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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Excessive Bail-Lawsuit

    Judges are absolutely immune from suit for the decisions they make on the bench so you won't get anywhere suing the judge individually. If the court is part of the state court system (e.g. Tennessee...
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Whatever the "original definition" is that you are referring to does not matter. Old outmoded definitions of terms do not help you. Tennessee Code 55-50-102(19) is the definition of driver that...
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Reread what he wrote: "I'll probably ask additional questions about some due process issues and the what class misdemeanor a driving on suspension can be charged as if the last charge was over 10...
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    Re: Is Driving a Privilege or a Right

    Driving is clearly a privilege and not a right. You have made the classic mistake here that so many others have when trying to make the argument that driving is a right and that therefore the state...
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    Re: Cross State Title Issue

    You may be in luck. You quoted from KRS 186A.530. There is a problem with the statute in that subsection (8) states that disclosure by a nondealer shall be "made in accordance with the procedures...
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    Re: Cross State Title Issue

    Did he at any time represent to you that the title was a "clear title"? A clear title is one that is not a branded title (e.g. one in which the title is branded by the state as a salvage, junk, or...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Therapist Malpractice

    What things are you referring to here that are court documents? If you mean records that were admitted as evidence in a trial and that are now part of the court file then those would be public...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Therapist Malpractice

    No Harold. You're not thinking this through. You're not a lawyer so I don't expect you to understand the details of litigation. So let me explain in some more detail. The OP asked if the therapist...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Therapist Malpractice

    No. I quite clearly said otherwise. Focus on what I said the OP cannot force the therapist to admit to it. And that is quite true. Could the OP get evidence of it aside from an admission by...
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    Heirs and Beneficiaries: Re: De221 - is It the Right Approach

    You don't know that. He may well have had something that was his separate property and not community property.



    Section 7 of California Court Form DE 221, as indicated in the title to the post....
  11. Re: Sales Tax on Smart Phones More Than Local Tax?

    Then I don't know how the seller computed the taxes that are owed. One possibility is that they are adding sales tax for the state in which the shipping center for the phone was located (if different...
  12. Federal Taxes: Re: Cost Basis for Remainderman Heir when Remainderman Passed Away Before Life Tenant

    Your initial basis would be the fair market value (FMV) of your mother's remainder interest at the time she died. This will require computing the value of life tenant's interest on that date and...
  13. Re: Sales Tax on Smart Phones More Than Local Tax?

    I'd not be surprised that what the customer service rep has access to doesn't provide a breakdown of the taxes that are included. They likely just see the same sales receipt you have. Was this the...
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    Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Life Tenancy Termination

    A trust and a will are two different things. If the home is owned entirely by the trust then it would not be necessary for his girlfriend to sign off on anything because the trustee would have the...
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    Just to be clear, what exactly does the line item say that has the sales tax on it?
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Therapist Malpractice

    There is nothing you can do to force the therapist to make any admission. You might be able to prove it some other way, however. Let's start with what you do know. What is it that leads you to...
  17. Speeding Tickets: Re: Can You Be Pulled Over for Going 1 Mile Over

    I have a very good grasp of what our media does. Some are better than others. I know the ones that are more trustworthy and which are garbage. And despite the flaws in various news organizations,...
  18. Speeding Tickets: Re: Can You Be Pulled Over for Going 1 Mile Over

    That confirms what I thought.
  19. Speeding Tickets: Re: Can You Be Pulled Over for Going 1 Mile Over

    There is certainly a reason why he doesn't have one. But we don't know the reason and, importantly, we have no information to suggest he ever had one or that he's currently on probation. Guess all...
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    Trusts: Re: Trust Asset Reallocation

    That depends on exactly what the trust says she is entitled to get from the trust and what powers she has as trustee. If the trust is a revocable trust she may simply revoke the trust entirely.


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  21. Speeding Tickets: Re: Can You Be Pulled Over for Going 1 Mile Over

    I'm going by what the OP said:



    (Bolding added.) That suggests to me that he simply did not have a license. Had the license been suspended, I would have thought the OP would have said "however,...
  22. Speeding Tickets: Re: Can You Be Pulled Over for Going 1 Mile Over

    The penalty for driving without a license in Texas for a first or second offense is a fine of up to $200. There is no possibility of either community service or jail time. Specifically, the statute...
  23. Speeding Tickets: Re: Can You Be Pulled Over for Going 1 Mile Over

    A Texas judge may well think that, though Texas tends to be a more law and order kind of state than your state of California, meaning they cut offenders less slack in sentencing than you would see in...
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    Re: Was This Listing Even Legal?

    If the cosmetologist is an employee and if the employer has at least 15 employees that will not fly. Federal law has an exception to the prohibition of illegal discrimination in employment where a...
  25. Speeding Tickets: Re: Can You Be Pulled Over for Going 1 Mile Over

    Not the case with traffic tickets in Texas. Traffic tickets are adjudicated in Texas Justice Courts, which hear more minor matters. Under the rules applicable to Justice courts a person age 16 and...
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