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    Re: Stopping for School Buses in Private Parking Lots

    I believe "used by" means the school has a daily or routine interest in, not just an out of norm stop.

    This does not address that issue we debate, but may offer some insight?
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    Re: Stopping for School Buses in Private Parking Lots

    Turbo, you are assuming that IF you are correct, you can pass a bus unloading school kids as long as it's on property you describe. Some other law may apply, would you think? Endangering children,...
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    Re: Tricked into Child Support

    Lucky he isn't a male seahorse, he carries the babies after the deed.
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    Re: Tricked into Child Support

    Common law in many jurisdictions. I read law cases on that controversial topic many years ago.

    https://law.justia.com/cases/kansas/supreme-court/1993/67-978-3.html
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    Re: Tricked into Child Support

    Tricked? No! If you were 13 and the victim of statutory rape, and fathered a child, you are still legally responsible for child support.
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    Other Violations: Re: Moving Violation- Ticketed in Another State

    I guess the fine isn't double then? State Troopers can only cite under State law, I will check again. Regardless, I would strongly suggest paying it, that is why compacts were created, out of state...
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    Other Violations: Re: Moving Violation- Ticketed in Another State

    MOM, you will not get the points, you were not driving, your daughter was. Fines for this offense are doubled, usually $150.00 + costs, so see what the waiverable fine is!

    If she does not pay the...
  8. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Jim, I understand your argument of the word "Arrest" as in this 6th Circuit case, was Richardson under arrest or just detained pursuant to Terry. I was just wondering about the "citation-search" as...
  9. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Can a City Be Stopped from Issuing 'Permit Parking Only' Ordinance

    Bud, here is a case of an action in Mandamus Ex-rel, the Writ was granted. As you see, such a Writ is scrutinized for content. Yes, the Relators challenged the law after passage and before it's...
  10. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Thanks again Carl, "exactly" what I wanted to know, you are the Man. :D
  11. Regulations and Procedures: Re: Can a City Be Stopped from Issuing 'Permit Parking Only' Ordinance

    Detail that Bud. Not by a Writ of Mandamus, or even Prohibition, those are Extraordinary Writs. A Declaratory Judgement challenging the Constitutionality of an Ordinance not in effect? It's not an...
  12. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    Thanks Carl, was just curious how that legally played out!
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    Traffic Lane Violations: Re: Hov Violation Riding a Polaris Slingshot

    IF you were cited on Federally owned property like a National Park road, maybe under the CFR, you might have a reasonable argument.

    Article 6 is not absolute in nature, for example, some State...
  14. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    The same in Ohio for a Minor Misdemeanor. An arrest in not permissable except for the following.

    http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/2935.26v1

    The problem I see with CA is, if one is considered "under...
  15. Re: Times V Sullivan and the Equal Protection Clause

    Oh, while I think of it, a good notable case to read on the subject is Falwell v. Hustler magazine and "parody" defamation.
  16. Re: Times V Sullivan and the Equal Protection Clause

    Gertz v. Welch (1974) will explain more, issued several months after Sullivan, for a more detailed legal explanation of the liability needed in both. Look it up
  17. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    My point was, and that word "Arrest" is subject to context, as Carl said. Knowles states a Citation is not the = of Arrest, as in "Search incident to citation"and "Search incident to arrest".
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    Re: Incorrect Labeling at Macy’s

    There are laws that "directly" prohibit price tag switching for customers, why should it not apply to you?
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    They can use the word Arrest how they wish, but the USSC said a Citation is not the functional equivalent of an arrest for 4th Amendment purposes. Also, Ohio case law, years prior, ruled the same.
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    Legal Research: Re: Until Further Order of the Court

    Here is an example of a "non plain meaning" word, if you will. Is a Tomato a Fruit or a Vegetable?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nix_v._Hedden

    I might add, sure, there are case law decisions...
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    Legal Research: Re: Until Further Order of the Court

    There is no case law dealing with "clear meaning" language as such here.
  22. Other Violations: Re: Ticket for Impeading Traffic Given Without Law Enforcement Seeing Alleged Violati

    That's the "Collective knowledge doctrine" or the "Fellow officer" rule.

    Also, issuing a Citation is NOT an arrest as the OP was not arrested, just cited.
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    Re: Identified As Driver Suspended

    10 - 4 :)
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    Re: Identified As Driver Suspended

    Am I missing something? The OP mentioned nothing about a vehicle search?
  25. Civil Rights Issues: Re: Is There Any Law or Legislation to Protect Civil Rights of Litigant Pro Se

    That outline is not correct. Can you sue a judge, that is, name him or her as defendant, sure. The Judge, by defendant's response, will be dismissed, trust me, Judicial Immunity. You can argue/appeal...
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