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  1. Copyright Law: Re: Can I, a Freelancer, Sue Another Freelancer for Copying Work I Do for a Client

    If I were supposed to make a commission from sales of the app, would I then have standing to sue?
  2. Copyright Law: How to Protect Software Code When Working With an Independent Contractor

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: US federal/California

    I'm a freelance programmer who is currently doing some work for a client. After discovering a bug that I was unable to...
  3. Travel and Recreation: Airbnb Property Was Not Clean When the Guests Arrived

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Utah (Utah County)

    We rented an Airbnb property a few months ago, for a gathering. Upon our arrival at the said property, we discovered...
  4. Transfer of Title: Re: Car I Sold Was Never Registered by Buyer, How Do I Prove the Sale to DMV

    It wasn't. I moved to CA from TX and kept the TX registration because I'm legally a TX resident.
  5. Transfer of Title: Re: Car I Sold Was Never Registered by Buyer, How Do I Prove the Sale to DMV

    I don't have the buyer's name/address, though, and I don't think I can get it at this point. Plus, this will only remove the car from my record temporarily.

    If I file a police report, will that...
  6. Transfer of Title: How to Prove to the DMV That You Sold a Car That the Buyer Didn't Register

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: California

    I sold an old car and signed over the title, but did not file the paperwork with the DMV. Now, I have a parking ticket for a...
  7. Re: Should Sec. Clinton Be Prosecuted for Those E-Mails

    There is a Congressional investigation being held today. Based on what has been released thus far, do you believe Secretary Clinton broke the law and should be prosecuted?
  8. Should Sec. Clinton Be Prosecuted for Those E-Mails

    The FBI has concluded its investigation into Clinton's use of her private e-mail servers for matters of State business. According to the recently released report (Statement by FBI Director James B....
  9. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Public College Restrictions on the Exercise of Free Speech

    @Taxing Matters:
    Here is an excerpt from the student handbook: " the College District, in compliance with State law, will not tolerate behavior by students or staff, which insults, degrades,...
  10. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: Public College Restrictions on the Exercise of Free Speech

    My apologies for not clarifying what I want to know.
    My question is: Is the college violating the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution?
  11. Deprivation of Civil Rights: Public College Restrictions on the Exercise of Free Speech

    My question involves civil rights in the State of: California
    I go to a college that is government owned and operated. I'Be discovered that the college has certain rules regarding speech:
    1) Do not...
  12. Homeowners Associations: Re: Can a HOA Fine Residents for Disregarding Stop Signs on a Public Road

    Ok, so until I get actual confirmation that the action in question is allowed by HOA rules, let's suppose the answer is "yes". Then, presumably the HOA is allowed by applicable law to fine the...
  13. Homeowners Associations: Re: Can a HOA Fine Residents for Disregarding Stop Signs on a Public Road

    free9man,

    An HOA official recently said the Assn. can take action if we tell them where the violator lives. However, the newsletter - which came out before then - stated that the road falls solely...
  14. Homeowners Associations: Can a HOA Fine Residents for Disregarding Stop Signs on a Public Road

    My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: California

    Our community's main thoroughfare is owned by the City. There is an individual who has repeatedly disregarded stop signs placed...
  15. Police Conduct: Re: Are Police Required to Disclose the Location of a DUI Checkpoint

    I see. But how much weight would the absence of advance posting of the checkpoint's location have if the Constitutionality of the checkpoint is challenged?
  16. Police Conduct: Are Police Required to Disclose the Location of a DUI Checkpoint

    My question involves police conduct in the State of: California

    My local police department has notified the local newspaper that the PD will be conducting a DUI checkpoint in exactly 1 week, but...
  17. International Law Issues: In Which Countries Do U.S. Citizens Have the Right to Consular Access

    Does such a right exist in all UN countries? Or just the parties and signatories of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations treaty? If so, what are the names of those countries?
  18. Repair and Maintenance: Re: Is My Landlord Required to Keep the House Up to Code

    It's the potential for deadly accidents that makes the railing really scary. If you fall off, you might land on the tile floor underneath. There's also a hardwood stair directly underneath the scary...
  19. Repair and Maintenance: Re: Is My Landlord Required to Keep the House Up to Code

    It's an issue with the upstairs railing. It's only as high up as the hip.
  20. Repair and Maintenance: Is My Landlord Required to Keep the House Up to Code

    My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: California

    We live in a house that's at least 10-20 years old. There's a portion of the house that presents a rather unsafe condition, so...
  21. Should States Be Allowed to Prosecute Illegal Aliens

    State and local police are, under law, allowed to assist federal immigration officers by arresting illegal aliens. Let's extend that power further. Let's have a law on the books that specifically...
  22. Minor in Possession: Re: 18 Year Old Charged with Underage Possession in Ocean City, Maryland

    I second LawResearcherMissy. A good lawyer's not just good for getting you found "not guilty," they can also argue for a sentence they believe is just.
  23. Initiation of Charges: Does State Law Apply to Crimes Committed in U.S. Territorial Waters

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: All coastal states/US

    Suppose, for example, that a man is on a cruise ship heading out of Los Angeles when he decides to assault another...
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    Search and Seizure: Re: Probable Cause for Searches and Arrest

    Is probable cause for a search a lesser standard than probable cause for an arrest, or just different?
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    Search and Seizure: Probable Cause for Searches and Arrest

    My question involves civil rights in the State of: All 50 states.

    Suppose, for example, that Officer Bob pulls Dan's vehicle to the side of the road. While Dan is pulled over, Bob sees evidence...
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