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    Legal Malpractice: Re: Law is Neither Obeyed Disobeyed nor Broken

    Place your arms akimbo in thought and muse over Pascal's wager.
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    Re: Legality of Employee Discount Loophole

    Criminally it would probably be based on some type of fraud, if pursued. Civilly, they may sue you to recover any $ amounts. What you are claiming to do is, among other possible torts, is "Unjust...
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    Re: Legality of Employee Discount Loophole

    Are the cards in question your companies cards or say gift card Visa's etc.
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    Re: Legality of Employee Discount Loophole

    When you buy a gift card does it have to be activated at the register?
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    Re: Legality of Employee Discount Loophole

    And who quoted that windfall to you? Some other employee with no authority who did it too, or upper management?

    You mean to say if a TV is retailed at $1,000.00, you can buy it for $500.00?
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    Drunk and Impaired Driving: Re: Exicigent Circumstances

    There is no sneak sheet template for anyone. Why are you not appointed an Attorney by the court?
  7. Other Offenses: Re: Can a Person Be Convicted of Attempted Burglary if They Did No Enter the Home

    California Penal Code:Preliminary provisions.

    21a. An attempt to commit a crime consists of two elements: a specific intent to commit the crime, and a direct but ineffectual act done toward its...
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    Drunk and Impaired Driving: Re: Exicigent Circumstances

    What do you mean by, you signed an arrest warrant?
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    Drunk and Impaired Driving: Re: Exicigent Circumstances

    A Search, which a blood draw is, prior to Judicial authority is "presumptively unreasonable".

    This case outlines such, as the person arrested was conscious.
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  10. Thread: No Stipulations

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    Re: No Stipulations

    Fallguy, here is an example for illustrative purposes. A person can dismiss their complaint "Voluntarily", or by "Stipulation".

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/rules/frcp/rule_41
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Does Owner or Driver Pay Car Accident Damage

    That is for Civil liability, I said "Criminal". Ohio has such a law, that was my basis. Reading through the RCW, I can't find any law that specifically permits such a charge? Seems odd. If it is...
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Does Owner or Driver Pay Car Accident Damage

    Probably both will be sued Jointly, as there was no Insurance to pay out. The owner may also be charged criminally with letting the daughter drive the car for such as "wrongful entrustment",...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: First Ticket for 16 Year Old Teen

    (b) and (c) are alternatives to suspension, etc. You would have to plead with the court to do those.

    https://law.justia.com/codes/kansas/2015/chapter-8/article-21/section-8-2117

    It appears,...
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    Other Violations: Re: Impeding Traffic Ticket

    Unless you have had at least one other traffic citation/offense you were found guilty of in the past year, since you were cited under state law, it is a Minor Misdemeanor, no jail time, no jury, max...
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    Police Conduct: Re: Is Evidence Tampering Common and Accepted

    "Thou shall not bear false witness against thy neighbor".

    We are not talking about preventing a holocaust here and the only way to prevent it is to frame a person (s).
  16. Thread: Search and Seizure

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    Re: Search and Seizure

    Carl, what I was referring to in post 9, was, let's say, arguendo, such a provision was included in the Order about random S@S, it is not a lifetime crutch. I've heard of restrictions like stay away...
  17. Thread: Search and Seizure

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    Re: Search and Seizure

    I've heard of conditions concerning PO/RO's, but any random S@S does not last forever. I don't know exactly what the phrase means in a direct context absent explanation though. I can tell you this,...
  18. Thread: Search and Seizure

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    Re: Search and Seizure

    You are out right? I did not mean bail, I over read it, sorry.
  19. Thread: Search and Seizure

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    Re: Search and Seizure

    Carl, can the court put that restriction on any person granted bail? I think this is what he really is trying do decipher.
  20. Behavior Regulation: Re: On the Legality of Employer Mandated Microchipping

    The "Mark of the beast" is simply symbolic of human evil.

    From my Biblical notation of Revelation, Chapter 13, verse 18:

    "Each of the letters of the Hebrew as well as in Greek has a numerical...
  21. Passing a School Bus: Re: Bus Started Deploying Stop Sign As I Was Passing and Honked. Will I Get Cited

    OHDriver, read this Statute, it outlines the procedure for issuing a Citation. It is a Minor Misdemeanor, regardless of the enhanced penalty to $500.00, no jail time. As to the Court suspending your...
  22. Retirement Benefits: Re: Questions: Collecting Ss Retirement Benefit at Age 62

    First, if you are grossing over the SGA when applying, they won't even accept your claim, unless it is a sudden illness as you say, and you are in the process of adapting to the SGA. SSD online...
  23. Retirement Benefits: Re: Questions: Collecting Ss Retirement Benefit at Age 62

    Ooopsy, I will get my eyes checked. :eek:
  24. Retirement Benefits: Re: Questions: Collecting Ss Retirement Benefit at Age 62

    Right, each person needs to look at their individual facts. If you love your job and are making good bucks, stick with it.
  25. Retirement Benefits: Re: Questions: Collecting Ss Retirement Benefit at Age 62

    He never mentioned anything about any disability of any type?



    Poster, consider this example, figures for easy math only.

    1,000.00 a month for 48 months (62 to 66) = $48,000.00...
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