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    Premises Liability: Re: I Got Hurt at an Amusment Park

    Whatever miss youtube.
  2. Re: Is a Felony Conviction a Form of Retributive Justice

    Do you mean the 1st offense DUI was a felony 4 or did you have others before?

    If you had others, a penalty can be enhanced (Sentence enhancement) to a higher classification, even though the same...
  3. Re: Is a Felony Conviction a Form of Retributive Justice

    My state, Ohio has 5 levels of felonies. I can't pinpoint it without checking, but we only had a level 4 felony until the Code was revised.

    I agree, some crimes are not of a level to be a felony,...
  4. Re: Is a Felony Conviction a Form of Retributive Justice

    Before the Industial age, it was not even conceived man could travel by rail, much less by computer.

    This is the age of science and technological progress.

    Misdemeanors are just as visible in a...
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    Business Issues: Re: Attaching Circulars to Residential Home Doors

    The most recent case, cited on 1st AM websites, which I was already familiar with, is Watchtower;

    http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/00-1737.ZS.html
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    Premises Liability: Re: I Got Hurt at an Amusment Park

    I was not refering to you posts answer jk, that was sound as you offered no crapola, therefore I am sure her comment was not directed at you.
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    Premises Liability: Re: I Got Hurt at an Amusment Park

    Whatever miss youtube.

    Posting history folks!
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    Premises Liability: Re: I Got Hurt at an Amusment Park

    My response was better than this crapola:

    ......The "oh you poor dear I'm so sorry of course everyone else is wrong and you alone are right" department is on the 8th floor, second door to the...
  9. Speeding Tickets: Re: Is Speeding in a National Park, 36 CFR 4.21(C), a Federal Misdemeanor

    The penalties are also in the CFR: Speeding is in part 4, and this lists the penalties.

    http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/cfr_2010/julqtr/36cfr1.3.htm
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    Premises Liability: Re: I Got Hurt at an Amusment Park

    Consult a personal injury attorney.

    IF a protusion is not "open and obvious" as to make no mistake it is there, liability may be imputed to the zoo, yes.

    A zoo is unique as a business. It must...
  11. Thread: Was I Arrested

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    Arrest Procedure: Re: Was I Arrested

    Initially, it appears you voluntarily went with him, right?

    Therefore, at any time during the investigation you were free to leave, you did not. Did you ask to leave at any time or ever ask if you...
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    Disorderly Conduct: Re: Can I Be Arrested for Taking Photos in a Theatre

    If I would have been the police officer called, I would ask questions before an arrest.


    1st, to be charged with trespassing, the person asking you to leave must have at least "apparant...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught Shoplifting in Ohio

    Again, the Ohio Rules of Criminal Procedure govern that.



    I know I am right! ;)
  14. Re: Civil Suit by Employer After Appeal Was Not Allowed

    Yes, that would be the "certificate of service" entry on the complaint. That is to certify a copy was sent to you. Wait and read it then.
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught Shoplifting in Ohio

    That is governed by state law, not local rules.



    I live in Ohio also, and a shoplifting/theft charge under $500.00 is a Misdemeanor of the 1st degree, over is a felony.

    Shoplifting is one...
  16. Re: Civil Suit by Employer After Appeal Was Not Allowed

    You have not been served in any way? Odd?

    You can request a copy from the court clerk.

    Have the party names and case # at hand when you go down.
  17. Re: Civil Suit by Employer After Appeal Was Not Allowed

    If you have a copy of the Complaint at hand, what does it state as a Cause of Action, and what court, Common Pleas or Municipal?
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    Getting Fired: Re: Terminated Without Cause

    You are welcome. If I remember correctly only about 2 or 3 states codify at will employment by statute, the rest, except one, are ingrained in the common law/Court made law.

    The At will doctrine...
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    Getting Fired: Re: Terminated Without Cause

    I will pray for you, as the times are hard.

    In a nutshell, you seem to be what is termed "employed at will". This means in a legal context, the employment relationship can be terminated "at will"...
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    Assault & Battery: Re: Battery by a Supervisor at Work Injury Occured

    The ACLU does not handle cases like this.
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    Re: Who is Responsible for Lost but Claimed Jewelry

    From the CA Civil Code:

    2080. Duties of finder

    Any person who finds a thing lost is not bound to take charge of it, unless the person is otherwise required to do so by contract or law, but...
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    Re: Driving on Suspended and Probable Cause

    Without checking for IL, but assuming it's valid, there is "no expectation of privacy" in a license plate on public display, therefore "running a plate" is NOT a search under the 4th AM.

    On an...
  23. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Arrested for "Failure to Appear" Without Having Due Process

    18 USC 242, et seq. are criminal charges, not civil.

    Now if they held you for two weeks until permitting bail, arraignment, that is another matter, criminally and civily. Civil damage claims are...
  24. Ticket Errors: Re: Material Error on Nm Speeding Ticket = Nullified

    A "harmless error" is just that, no harm no foul, one which the court will not dismiss the case for, it is different from a "plain error".

    In the event the court dismisses it for lack of...
  25. Trials: Re: Can a Judge Be Held Liable for a Wrong Daubert Decision

    Even contemporaneously, no legal dice, only in RARE circumstances can a Judge be sued and it permitted to go forward, it is like trying to sue the President for offical acts, the SC said a big NO to...
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