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    Re: Unmarried Mothers Rights

    Actually I don't know. The way the post is worded, it's not clear if the 15 year-old she refers to is the child she was pregnant with at the time or whether at the time she got kicked out she had a...
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    Starting a Business: Re: Paid Service - What to Do

    In what state are you located and in what states would this service be available? What kind of service do you have in mind? Without details there is no way to give you even some general information...
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    Re: Shoplifting

    Fair enough. But then under that definition you wouldn't know whether I might be a "trial lawyer" or not because you have never seen me in a courtroom. Your point is well taken, though, that not all...
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    Re: Unmarried Mothers Rights

    Ah, but you are assuming things that have not been stated. I asked whether she was married at the time. The reason for that is that the title of her thread only tells me that she was unmarried at...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    Why would a drive through pose a significant threat? Being enclosed in your car means you're not spreading the disease to any of those others in line, after all. Nor are you going to get it from...
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    Re: Unmarried Mothers Rights

    Were you married to the father at the time? Or were you unmarried and simply living together?
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    Defective Drugs and Medications: Re: How Mdl Legal Fees Work

    You're right. I'm assuming that MDL means Middle District of Lousiana or stands for multi-district litigation. If that's correct then that just tells me that the case was in federal district court....
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    Re: Shoplifting

    Then I still don't know what your definition of a trial lawyer is. But that's a rabbit hole we don't really need to go down for this thread, so save the time on it. That's certainly not going to help...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    It's not an issue of suspending the Constitution. It's an issue of what the federal courts will say the Constitution allows the government to do when faced with a crisis that, left unchecked, might...
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    Re: Shoplifting

    Another assumption, and one that is wrong unless your definition of trial lawyer is a lawyer who tries cases and does nothing else. Certainly I do more than litigate cases.



    How much of the...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    As you hopefully know, the domino effect argument is not a terribly good one. Assuming that just because you do one thing that X, Y, & Z will necessarily follow is not a logical assumption to make in...
  12. Re: Retaliation for Filing Discrimination Complaint

    Were you ultimately allowed the FMLA leave that you requested? Aside from the company giving you the run around on your complaints, the conflicting assignments, and the write ups for alleged...
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    Defective Drugs and Medications: Re: How Mdl Legal Fees Work

    There is no way to tell you what the fees will be because that depends on the fee agreement the lawyer has with the client (and lawyers do vary in the details of their fee structures) as well as the...
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    Re: Shoplifting

    We don't have enough information, but of course you never seem think there's a lack of information. We don't know how much evidence Walmart had of shoplifting or even if it suspected shoplifting. The...
  15. Re: How Much Jail Time Would I Get for Walking to a Friend's House in New York State

    A lot of the public does not really understand the details of the stay in place orders that their states have issued. I see nothing in New York's orders that says that you cannot walk outside. What...
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    Re: State Lockdowns

    Very generally, the Supreme Court has held that none of our Constitutional rights are absolute and that the government may impose reasonable restrictions on those rights so long as they are narrowly...
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    Re: Shoplifting

    It's pretty unlikely that anything will come of it. However, it does suggest that that particular Walmart store might have pegged you for a shoplifter. If so, and you try the same thing on your next...
  18. Federal Taxes: Re: Self Employed, Can I Receive a Refund

    You are required, of course, to report all your income on your federal and state income tax returns, even when all your income is cash. You do get to deduct your business expenses and take any other...
  19. Consumer Law Issues: Re: Is Returning a Purchased Used Car Consumer Law

    That would be a right of rescission. I don't know any state that provides for a right of rescission for a used car sale from a dealership, but if any do I am willing to bet it is a cooling off period...
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    Criminal Records: Re: Crimes Abroad

    Any country other than the U.S.
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    Re: Civil Lawsuits

    Other countries have different labor laws than we do. So suing a foreign employer for wrongful termination wouldn't really mean much here, though of course it's hard to know what any employer will...
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    Re: Civil Lawsuits

    Well, that would explain the dismissal of the entire case. Your complaint about something that foreign persons did to you while you were living in a foreign country would have to be resolved in the...
  23. Disability and Elder Law Issues: Re: Stimulus Check Payment Disabled Did Not Do Taxes

    Does she get Social Security disability or Social Security retirement income? If she does, then the IRS is directed by the Act to use the information from the SSA Form 1099 to make the stimulus...
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    Re: Civil Lawsuits

    Diversity is not a cause of action. It is a basis for jurisdiction to file a civil lawsuit in U.S. District court when the case does not involve either an issue federal law and the federal government...
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    Re: Osha and Coronavirus

    In the absence of OSHA regulations that detail specific covid-19 safety requirements that employers MUST follow you run the risk that the employer may fire you if you don't come and there might be no...
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