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    Re: Double Jeopardy

    Sorry, I misunderstood your statement. I thought you were interested in who the dissenters were, not that you found the two who dissented to be interesting.

    Actually, I don't really found it to...
  2. Hearings and Trials: Re: No Contest in a Trial by Written Declaration

    f you wanted to maximize your chances of not getting the point, DON'T DO A TBD. Go to court (or contact them ahead of your due date) and ask for traffic school at the outset.

    You can't plead...
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    Re: Double Jeopardy

    Did you read the decision? It was Gorsuch and Ginsburg.

    RBG wrote a dissenting opinion pretty much blasting the dual sovereign notion specifically, that just because an offense is defined by law...
  4. Re: Do I Need to Send Waiver of Summons in This Case

    You need to fill out the stuff that proceeds the actual waiver itself (The stuff that says why he's getting the waiver) and the case caption and your name and the due date on the waiver itself. You...
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    Re: Parking in Bus Zone

    Given the reference to OmniTrans, I'm assuming San Bernadino.

    I'm assuming this is the operative part of the ordinance (52.0121):


    (d) Marking of Bus Loading Zones.Bus loading zones shall...
  6. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    You're misinterpretting the first "AND" in the statute. That first phrase is an "applicability" qualifier. (L) applies to both accusatory pleadings and arrests (after Jan 1, 1981). Hence the...
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    Post-Conviction Relief: Re: Guilty by Plea Overtuned

    https://i.imgur.com/93O5Abp.jpg
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    Post-Conviction Relief: Re: Guilty by Plea Overtuned

    You understand wrong. Ham is a noble meat. Only, lesser luncheon meats can be indicted.

    The problem is that you made a informed, knowing, and voluntary plea and that's hard to reversed. ...
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    Extradition: Re: Innocent Being Extradited

    Jump like a fish, jump like a porpoise.
    All join hands in habeas corpus.

    Ignoring the nonsense immediately above, what he should do is get an attorney. The issue is not with NM, but Texas. ...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Starting Civil Action (Newbie)

    Lawyers like any other professional want assurance they will be paid. If your case isn't of significant interest for them to risk a contingent fee, you'll have to actually pay them normally.
  11. Thread: Test Post

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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: Test Post

    Images or links typically do that. This site has been recently completely innundated with spam for a streaming service, so I suspect your moderated post go lost.

    Try it again without any links...
  12. Criminal Records: Re: Challenge for Petition of Actual Innocent Within Statute of Limitation

    I think he is talking about 851.8(l). It would seem ineligibility at an earlier time fits in the description of "good cause."
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    Federal Taxes: Re: How to File Back Taxes Online

    Even the online services if you can't efile will let you print out the return and mail it in.
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Medical Malpractice an

    No, you can't just file a "form." It has to be a proper civil complaint. If you wing it, you'll likely have it thrown out and be barred from pursuing things. Get an attorney.
  15. Re: What Happens if a Defandant Knowing He's About to Lose Speaks Directly to Jury an

    Or Mickey Haller.
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    Foreclosure: Re: Foreclosure/Divorce Case. Need

    The only way to stop/slow foreclosure is to bring the mortgage payments up to date (or possibly refi the property). It doesn't sound like that is an option for you.

    You don't indicate where the...
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    Re: Carpool Lane Violation

    My info came from the 2019 traffic bail schedule.
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    Re: Carpool Lane Violation

    $490 fine (including costs), no points.
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    Re: Home Ownership

    In California, you can execute a revocable transfer on death deed. This will transfer the property to the beneficiaries listed automatically on your death. The property will still be subject to...
  20. Thread: Help

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    Re: Help

    If charged with a crime, get an attorney. If you are indigent and can not afford one, ask for a public defender.
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    Re: Home Ownership

    There are a number of ways to accomplish this. What you absolutely DO NOT want to do is put them on the deed now.

    There are a number of questions that need to be asked before we can go further....
  22. Assault & Battery: Re: Minor Wrongfully Charged with Second Degree Assault and Dismissed

    Nobody says that you don't have a right to defend yourself. You were told already that asserting self-defense is something you frequently need to do at trial. An arrest and charging only requires...
  23. Eviction Process: Re: Can a Tenant Withdraw a Supersedeas to Appeal Once It is File in Court

    I think the question is implied in the SUBJECT line (imagine a question mark at the end). It however makes no sense. And if you keep posting the same bizarre question, you're not going to get...
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    Medical Malpractice: Re: Medical Malpractice an

    I'm sorry for your loss.

    Civil cases ARE about the money. The medical board investigations are about investigating ongoing healthcare implications. It used to be for that end, that there...
  25. Co-Ownership: Re: Can You Sell a 1/3 Joint Interest in Real Estate

    JK is correct. WROS on a Michigan tenancy is even stronger (with regard to breaking it) than an entirety. The entirety is broken on divorce. The JTWROS survives that.
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