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  1. Thread: Unwanted guests

    by IAAL
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    Roommates: Re: Unwanted guests

    My response:

    You pack up, and move. Remember, blood is thicker than water, and Jimmy cares more for his brother than you. If that wasn't the case, he would have kicked his brother and girlfriend...
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    Eviction Notices: Re: 3 Day Notice to pay rent, California

    My response:

    Mere posting not enough -- because you have a Due Process limitation. "A three-day notice clearly cannot properly be served by posting alone." Jordan v. Talbot (1961) 55 Cal.2d 597,...
  3. Thread: Why seat belts?

    by IAAL
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    Re: Why seat belts?

    My response:

    You're welcome, Aaron. Any time I can help you with a question, let me know. I'm always there to help.

    Your buddy,

    IAAL
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    Student Loans: Re: Arbitration Hearing

    My response:

    There is no way to accurately respond to your questions without first having read your school's arbitration manual and procedures. At the time of signing your Admissions contract,...
  5. Thread: Why seat belts?

    by IAAL
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    Re: Why seat belts?

    My response:

    "Most likely" is fairly vague and ambiguous. The medical costs of survivors of these types of accidents (especially those of helmetless m/c riders, is astronomical. Most are...
  6. Thread: Why seat belts?

    by IAAL
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    Re: Why seat belts?

    My response:

    I was referring to your statement: "I have never actually seen a calculation of the relative costs, out-of-pocket or otherwise." (emphasis added)

    I wanted you to see, at least,...
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    Re: Visitation Guidelines

    My response:

    Nope. You leave a note on the door saying, "We were here, and you weren't. See you on your next scheduled visitation date! Oh, and the kids don't appreciate your behavior."

    IAAL
  8. Thread: Why seat belts?

    by IAAL
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    Re: Why seat belts?

    My response:

    Google is your friend: Read Michigan seat restraint/medical cost statistics, Here
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    Getting Fired: Re: Can I be fired for a conviction?

    My response:

    Easy! As only one example, the employer wakes up one morning, and has an immediate distain for people of have red hair. Then, the employer calls the two or three redheads into...
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    Re: Seventeen Years Old and Moving Out

    My response:

    When are you going to be 18?

    Are you financially capable of caring for yourself - - with, at least, the common necessities of life; e.g., housing, food, clothing, etc.?

    Are you...
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    Probation and Parole: Re: Probation Violation in Florida

    My response:

    I agree. However, there is another alternative - - you can get rid of that recalcitrant, druggie, loser and start living a decent life that doesn't include the clanking of cell bar...
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    Emancipation: Re: emancipation in texas.....

    Where's "here"?
  13. Re: Boyfriends Ex had baby...but he doesn't know if its his or her husbands....

    My response:

    State name, State name, State name!! Tell us the State name for all the involved parties.

    IAAL
  14. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught shoplifting - what will i happen to me now?

    My response:

    Bam!, you did read the part in the writer's thread where he said he was already on probation when arrested again for the same type of crime, didn't you?

    How do you think a judge is...
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    Repossession: Re: turning a truck in

    My response:

    If the vehicle has a current value of, say, $8,000.00, wouldn't selling it for $6,000.00 make sense to you? In a "Deficiency Sale" (Auction), the vehicle will be sold for, perhaps,...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Damaging Merchandise = Shoplifting?

    My response:

    Ma'am, this is a United States law site - - not Canadian.

    IAAL
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    Repossession: Re: turning a truck in

    My response:

    Try selling the vehicle, first - - even if you have to take a loss on the value. Remember, there's still a contract, and you'll still have to pay the deficiency if you turn the...
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    Speeding Tickets: Re: Do you think I can fight this?

    My response:

    90 plus in Los Angeles? How the heck did you manage that?

    IAAL
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    Firing a Lawyer: Re: terminating my lawyer calif.

    My response:

    You write a very nice, but short, letter that includes the phrase, "You're fired!"

    IAAL
  20. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught shoplifting - what will i happen to me now?

    My response:

    You have no excuse. Being poor is not a crime, but stealing is a crime. If you're that poor, there are churches, and many other organizations, that could have helped you. How about...
  21. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught shoplifting - what will i happen to me now?

    My response:

    Sympathy? Sympathy requires having been in your shoes at one time or another. Decent, worthwhile, law-abiding, society has no "sympathy" because we, simply, do not steal. It's not in...
  22. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught shoplifting while on probation

    My response:

    Your phrase for the day is: "Oh, man, am I screwed."

    IAAL
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Distributing company information

    My response:

    Yes. Oh, and there's so much more! I wasn't about to release all that I know, because I also know that my posts are being copied and going to opposing counsel. IAAL isn't stupid. ...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Distributing company information

    My response:

    That is correct, just as long as you don't identify from whose manual you're taking the information.

    For example, you could print a section of the manual, and then use that as a...
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    Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught shoplifting, was I illegally searched?

    My response:

    Bam! cannot tell you that. Generally speaking, stores have cameras everywhere; however, he cannot disclose specifics, or specific locations, of those cameras. Give the guy a break!...
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