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    Arrest Procedure: Re: Arrested for Mexican Candy

    If the police had probable cause to believe that these were drugs then the answer is no, it's not a false arrest. The cops don't have to be correct that it was an illegal drug; they just have to have...
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    Evidence: Re: Responsive Expert Reports

    Of course, at least so far as the OP has said on this site, we don't know which person/organization is doing the arbitration.
  3. Speeding Tickets: Re: NYC Speeding Ticket and No Seat Belt Tickets. Both Lack Drivers License

    Maybe the officer won't show, but the manager shouldn't count on that. If the officer is still on the force at the time he or she may well turn up to testify. After all, officers get paid their...
  4. Traffic Accidents: Re: Rv Fire, Florida, 14 Months Later Got Bill from Dbi Services for 1,500 for Cleanu

    You'd need to contact the company find out who hired them and under what authority that person has to seek these fees from you. Understand, though, that damages caused by the fire may be your...
  5. Speeding Tickets: Re: NYC Speeding Ticket and No Seat Belt Tickets. Both Lack Drivers License

    A good thing. It means that clearly (1) the lawyer did a good job for you and that (2) the state couldn't meet its burden of proving you guilty. Even the guilty have the right to have the state prove...
  6. Speeding Tickets: Re: NYC Speeding Ticket and No Seat Belt Tickets. Both Lack Drivers License

    As a note, the retainer is not the fee. The retainer is an advance payment against the fees that the lawyer charges. That gets put in the lawyer's client trust account. So it may be that the lawyer...
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Traffic Accident with Injuries

    The insurance company is not obligated to disclose that information to you. You are not its insured (the driver covered by the insurance) and thus the insurance company does not have any legal...
  8. Patents: Re: Can You Build a Playground and Sell It Using Someone Else's Plans

    He asked this:


    The answer to that is maybe, but the details of the changes matter a great deal, and to get the advice he needs regarding his specific plans he'll need to see an intellectual...
  9. Patents: Re: Can You Build a Playground and Sell It Using Someone Else's Plans

    It possibly could be sufficiently different not to infringe on the rights of the other company. But in order for the OP to figure out if his plans will infringe on the rights of that other company...
  10. Patents: Re: Can You Build a Playground and Sell It Using Someone Else's Plans

    You're going to need to show the original plans and your plans to an intellectual property attorney for advice on whether you will infringe on the rights of that other company. If you end up...
  11. Loan Agreements: Re: A Circumstance to Be Asked to Be Released from a Co-Sign on an Auto Loan

    You apparently don't know if your income was inflated or what the standards for granting the loan with a co-signer was for that creditor. So even if you could use the dealer inflating your income to...
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Traffic Accident with Injuries

    If the statute of limitations (SOL) is near expiring then you need to make sure you get the complaint filed with the court before that occurs. I don't see any extension in Washington state for the...
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Traffic Accident with Injuries

    You aren't required to have a lawyer. But the at fault driver's insurance will do everything it can to pay you as little as possible and to delay paying you for as long as possible. If you proceed...
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    Life Estates: Re: Selling Property with Life Estate

    If your father transferred the home to you and retained a life estate for himself, then pretty much any buyer will want both you and your father to sell your respective interests — his life estate...
  15. Air Rights: Re: Standard Roof Over Hang-Going to Court

    The problem you have with this one is that even if the shed does not violate the zoning ordinances having any part of your structure over the property line is a trespass to the other property. Thus,...
  16. Premises Liability: Re: Tire Damage from New Constrution New Door to My House

    Potentially yes. If you sued you would have to convince the court that nails ended up on the roadway from the negligence of its employees. The hardest part of that will be tying the nail you had to...
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    Discrimination: Re: H1b Workers Over Us Workers

    Unfortunately, replacing a high paid employee with someone who will do the job for less pay is not itself illegal. But replacing U.S. citizen workers with H!B visa workers may violate the federal law...
  18. Traffic Accidents: Re: While Driving My Motorcycle Someone Turned in Front of Me

    I do deny it. You have your opinion, and you are entitled to it. It is an opinion of intense hatred based on having a few bad experiences yourself, and from that you exaggerate just how bad all...
  19. Traffic Accidents: Re: While Driving My Motorcycle Someone Turned in Front of Me

    Those are done for entertainment and don't always reflect how things really went. Television and movies in general do a poor job of accurately portraying real trials. Most real trials are not very...
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    Re: Help

    You two are talking past each other on two different points. Budwad is noting that PA law requires a notice of intent to sue prior to filing a tort claim against a local government agency. You are...
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    Traffic Accidents: Re: Filed Law Suit

    The rules don't require much for an answer. All the defendant is required to do is state whether he/she affirms or denies each fact stated in the plaintiff's complaint. The defendant does not have to...
  22. Traffic Accidents: Re: While Driving My Motorcycle Someone Turned in Front of Me

    I just think that since you had a stake in the outcome it affected your perception of what you witnessed. That's a very common human reaction and I have no reason to think you are different from...
  23. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Forgot to Pay for a Plant at Lowes, Walked Out from Exit While on Phone

    I don't suggest going back, telling them that you walked out with the plant without paying for it, and then offering to pay for it. While I agree with most of the others that it's not likely the...
  24. Traffic Accidents: Re: While Driving My Motorcycle Someone Turned in Front of Me

    I suspect that your bias in your own case affected your objectivity in the matter. Moreover, the fact that you have described in other posts lines of questioning in trials that are normal, rather...
  25. Traffic Accidents: Re: While Driving My Motorcycle Someone Turned in Front of Me

    I'm well aware of your view of lawyers, Harold. I'm also aware that you don't truly understand how cases are litigated or what the ethical responsibilities of lawyers are. We do have an obligation to...
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