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    Re: Bartender Liability (Ohio)

    4301.21 Rules for sale of beer or intoxicating liquor for consumption on the premises.

    The sale of beer or intoxicating liquor for consumption on the premises is subject to the following...
  2. Pleadings: Re: Rule 60(C)(1) Timing to File Less Than One Year

    Go to any Main library or probably a law school library, find the U.S.Code Annotated, among that group should be volumes for the Rules of Civil Procedure. Look up rule 60. There should be case law...
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    Defamation: Re: Can You Sue for Defamation Over a True Statement

    It can be, yes. As one example, in Ohio it is a criminal offense to publish or communicate publicly a police office's home address by certain persons.

    http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2921.24
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    Hiring a Lawyer: Re: 16 Year Old 4th Violated and Damage Done

    As far as dog sniffs and PC under the 4th AM, for one to believe this is such an egregious privacy violation as to declare the US Communist ruled, I don't see that. Evidently, the GA Constitution's...
  5. Business Issues: Re: Can You Use Your Home Address as a LLC Mailing Address

    Bud, scroll down to: 1.21 Zoning Ordinances, see possible restrictions for a residential business. If the concern here is a residential vs. commercial zoning, I don't see how a Mailbox "in and of...
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    Re: Foriegn Ownership of Interstate 10

    Here is one of the Private toll bridges in Ohio, connecting Ohio and West Virginia I have traveled a few times.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newell_Toll_Bridge

    Also the Ohio Turnpike is...
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    Re: Stopping for School Buses in Private Parking Lots

    I believe "used by" means the school has a daily or routine interest in, not just an out of norm stop.

    This does not address that issue we debate, but may offer some insight?
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    Re: Stopping for School Buses in Private Parking Lots

    Turbo, you are assuming that IF you are correct, you can pass a bus unloading school kids as long as it's on property you describe. Some other law may apply, would you think? Endangering children,...
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    Re: Tricked into Child Support

    Lucky he isn't a male seahorse, he carries the babies after the deed.
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    Re: Tricked into Child Support

    Common law in many jurisdictions. I read law cases on that controversial topic many years ago.

    https://law.justia.com/cases/kansas/supreme-court/1993/67-978-3.html
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    Re: Tricked into Child Support

    Tricked? No! If you were 13 and the victim of statutory rape, and fathered a child, you are still legally responsible for child support.
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    Other Violations: Re: Moving Violation- Ticketed in Another State

    I guess the fine isn't double then? State Troopers can only cite under State law, I will check again. Regardless, I would strongly suggest paying it, that is why compacts were created, out of state...
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    Other Violations: Re: Moving Violation- Ticketed in Another State

    MOM, you will not get the points, you were not driving, your daughter was. Fines for this offense are doubled, usually $150.00 + costs, so see what the waiverable fine is!

    If she does not pay the...
  14. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Jim, I understand your argument of the word "Arrest" as in this 6th Circuit case, was Richardson under arrest or just detained pursuant to Terry. I was just wondering about the "citation-search" as...
  15. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Can a City Be Stopped from Issuing 'Permit Parking Only' Ordinance

    Bud, here is a case of an action in Mandamus Ex-rel, the Writ was granted. As you see, such a Writ is scrutinized for content. Yes, the Relators challenged the law after passage and before it's...
  16. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Thanks again Carl, "exactly" what I wanted to know, you are the Man. :D
  17. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Can a City Be Stopped from Issuing 'Permit Parking Only' Ordinance

    Detail that Bud. Not by a Writ of Mandamus, or even Prohibition, those are Extraordinary Writs. A Declaratory Judgement challenging the Constitutionality of an Ordinance not in effect? It's not an...
  18. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Thanks Carl, was just curious how that legally played out!
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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: Hov Violation Riding a Polaris Slingshot

    IF you were cited on Federally owned property like a National Park road, maybe under the CFR, you might have a reasonable argument.

    Article 6 is not absolute in nature, for example, some State...
  20. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    The same in Ohio for a Minor Misdemeanor. An arrest in not permissable except for the following.

    http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2935.26v1

    The problem I see with CA is, if one is considered "under...
  21. Re: Times V Sullivan and the Equal Protection Clause

    Oh, while I think of it, a good notable case to read on the subject is Falwell v. Hustler magazine and "parody" defamation.
  22. Re: Times V Sullivan and the Equal Protection Clause

    Gertz v. Welch (1974) will explain more, issued several months after Sullivan, for a more detailed legal explanation of the liability needed in both. Look it up
  23. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    My point was, and that word "Arrest" is subject to context, as Carl said. Knowles states a Citation is not the = of Arrest, as in "Search incident to citation"and "Search incident to arrest".
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    Re: Incorrect Labeling at Macy’s

    There are laws that "directly" prohibit price tag switching for customers, why should it not apply to you?
  25. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    They can use the word Arrest how they wish, but the USSC said a Citation is not the functional equivalent of an arrest for 4th Amendment purposes. Also, Ohio case law, years prior, ruled the same.
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