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transfer probation by Jack Brenkinfirk - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 09:53:38 EST ID:AeyeTq7w No.46256 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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is it easy to get probation transferred within your own state? I have a place to stay but im renting its not like some family member is just giving me a free ride there. Im looking to move there so I can hopefully find a job and stuff
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Oliver Drungernick - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 10:13:49 EST ID:I+R1uKQt No.46257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bet if you made this thread 2-3 more times you'll probably find the answer you're looking for
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Jack Brenkinfirk - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 18:38:32 EST ID:AeyeTq7w No.46258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46257
I am a black man being a repressed by an evil justice system. I deserve freedom. I deserve reperations.
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Jack Brenkinfirk - Sun, 29 Jul 2018 19:11:24 EST ID:AeyeTq7w No.46259 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46256
or how long would it be if I just ran out on it and said fuck it and just went to jail down the line? I'd rather do jail then be locked away in my house, go to gay ass classes, and do probation meetings
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Phyllis Dimmlewore - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 21:20:39 EST ID:Q9Klwmca No.46364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46259
OP you gon be alright :)


Texas Extradition Likelyhood, if I dipped by whatchathank? - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 03:40:41 EST ID:orqI6oVD No.46260 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'll try to make this as short n sweet as possible.

Seven months ago I was arrested for:

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF VEHICLE UNINDICTED; MOTION TO REVOKE PERSONAL BOND; STATE JAIL FELONY*DC427; BOND $20,000 + ELECTRONIC MONITORING; SID/TX

UNLAWFULLY CARRYING WEAPON HANDGUN; MOTION TO REVOKE PERSONAL BOND; CLASS A MISDEMEANOR*CC5; BOND $11,000

EXL=TEXAS ONLY; POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE PENALTY GROUP TWO, 1 GRAM TO 4 GRAMS METHYLENEDIOXYMETHAMPHETAMINE UNINDICTED; MOTION TO REVOKE PERSONAL BOND; 3RD DEGREE FELONY*DC427; BOND $10,000 + ELECTRONIC MONITORING

POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE PENALTY GROUP ONE, 1 GRAM TO 4 GRAMS METHAMPHETAMINE UNINDICTED; MOTION TO REVOKE PERSONAL BOND; 3RD DEGREE FELONY*DC427; BOND $10,000 + ELECTRONIC MONITORING

So after seven months of being on house arrest, my pre-trial officer makes the decision to pass a motion to revocate my bond. My lawyer got it pushed back, but I didnt know that amd cut off my ankle monitor two days before my supposed court date. They then visit the house to see whats up, and I was straight up honest to them of what I did. They then put it back on
.. ONLY TO TAKE IT OFF a few days later! I was relieved but super sketched out. Few days after that I see that I have warrants out for all four... whem I didnt before.
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Doris Fondlewill - Tue, 31 Jul 2018 16:24:50 EST ID:YlLWyFx5 No.46262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you have multiple felony charges. im pretty sure you will have warrants hanging over your head wherever you go. better to deal with it now.
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Charles Crungerford - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 02:11:59 EST ID:dsQTpT5W No.46263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46260
If the charges are serious 'enough,,' texas is pretty cozy with extradition. One woman had a joint and was extradited 'from' texas to a few states over. Over a joint.

Yea, hiding, I would say eventually you would be IDd.

If you feel have things down, a name ssn, etc to use. You will miss something. it is what it is. Unless you find pure luck. NCIC, database, can run masses of fingerprints. if one was ever arrested they would be finger printed and that goes into the database.

OK, maybe face these, a DA, judge, etc may combine charges into a fairly decent deal. If so, do not acquire any charges what-so ever. Or could face the max penalties for each charge if your PO parole revokes your probation.

Telling ya, if these are serious enough, or not even really serious, maybe just face these. Worrying about getting caught on warrants is a total strain.


Opinion, you said you have warrants? So they decided to bring up charges that did not previously exist.
If you have the means, you can go through a bail bondsman and do in Colorado they call it a walk through. Where you secure a bail/bondsman and simply post bail without being arrested. They may or likely would do the fingerprint routine, etc, but you would not be jailed, because you had posted bail,
as opposed to being arrested. (if these make sense.)
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Hugh Greendale - Wed, 01 Aug 2018 02:24:34 EST ID:9NmXPQAH No.46264 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46260
recognizance: assuring you will fulfill obligations by the court. Show up for court dates, no new charges, etc. House arrest. Work, to work and back home.

A court may offer 'personal recognizance' for some charges but not for others.
So one could have a PR bond for one or more charges, but still be held on others. Seen it happen before, make bail for a charge or two, happy, getting out,
yea. Then have a charge(s) somewhere else. So not getting out.

In all, if you think you can hack it, just go through the motions, make sure your attorney is on top of things, it is not fun worrying if or when you will get picked
up.
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Simon Serrystat - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 12:53:56 EST ID:q8hz+1Xc No.46296 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Turn yourself in, or leave the country. Otherwise you're going to have it hang over your head for something that isn't really going to take most of you're lifespan in time up. Sure nations have treaties with the USA but people lebit flea all the time.. There's so many people wanted in America that it's overbloated and if the feds aren't after you I doubt the police in India or wherever will even have the funding and resources or care to find you. America is different. The police are heavy handed and funded so they will catch you. Don't go on the run in the USA unless you're ready to die.
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Archie Hundergold - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 02:31:31 EST ID:IxT/GYnb No.46363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
THEY'RE COMING


Was fired and panicking. by Edwin Pummertotch - Sat, 08 Sep 2018 23:50:16 EST ID:mUg4D8sx No.46291 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Another one of these. TLDR can an ex-employer come after me with a lawsuit? Nothing was damaged and I stole nothing, no one was injured.

>having beers at my shitty job
>there's cameras in the buildings but was drinking in my car
>Maybe 6 or 7 of them, but definitely just feel buzzed and am keeping up
>personal life shit happens, start panicking
>don't finish my job but don't exactly care
>go home, have to work the next day
>fed up with the job, show up late
That was last Saturday, fast forward to my regular shift Thursday
>nervous because I'm pretty sure I'm getting fired
>it happens
>it's all kind of a blur, to be expected
>wake up yesterday morning and convince myself someone said "legal action"
>cops weren't there
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Edwin Pummertotch - Sun, 09 Sep 2018 18:36:01 EST ID:mUg4D8sx No.46294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46293
just paranoid since i was drinking. thank you for the tip, nb
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Derluft - Tue, 18 Sep 2018 14:40:16 EST ID:gndlNI6h No.46317 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46294
However, you said it was a blur, so how do you know you didn't do anything?
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Augustus Guvingwater - Wed, 26 Sep 2018 21:08:47 EST ID:mUg4D8sx No.46326 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46317
nothing happened lol. nb
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Augustus Blugglehudge - Tue, 20 Nov 2018 15:41:57 EST ID:WhacjvuZ No.46354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46326
So why are you pursuingthe idea of legal action? You where drinking on the job and got fired you num nuts.
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Archie Hundergold - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 02:27:57 EST ID:IxT/GYnb No.46362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is why we go to AL-anon, dad.


I fucked up halp pls by Hugh Bipperwetch - Fri, 27 Apr 2018 05:46:21 EST ID:aQWChG/b No.46189 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>February I had a hooker over we did drugs and fucked
>She robbed my bank card and took out over $1000
>I pressed charges but left out the drugs and hooker part
>Two months pass, cops keep calling me every week but I'm too scared to answer the phone. Last time I answered about two weeks ago they said they were viewing some camera footage of hooker using my card.
>I get high a week ago and message hooker basically saying let's call it a truce, can we bang because I'm too high
>Cops continue trying to reach me but whenever I call back the investigating officer is out of the office or had to take a more high priority case
How fucked am I legally? I'm leaving the country for two weeks in a few days then I'm moving out of where I live to another city for a month then I have a permanent flight booked out of my home country permanently. What should I do now? Lawyer up? Seems too late for that now. Should I change my phone number? IDK what to do guys. The bank gave me my money back but I'm sketching out hard because I know the police are gonna find the hooker arrest them if they haven't already and the hooker is gonna try and nuke me as well. I've been too scared to leave my house lately everytime I hear a siren I think fuck this is it they've come to throw me in jail.
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Frederick Brookshit - Sun, 27 May 2018 19:28:49 EST ID:eHeTK0lH No.46208 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46205
This.
grow a pair hugh
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Cyril Gorringsere - Tue, 29 May 2018 22:21:05 EST ID:H0HlAh4H No.46209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46200

You are such a colossal piece of shit, not everyone who breaks the law is as far gone as you are. The high school kid smoking weed is also a criminal, so he shouldn't turn in a murderer by your retarded lack of logic. The idiot doing drugs with a hooker is not in the same league as armed robber. Society realizes there are different levels of rebellious behavior, that's why something like hiring a hooker is usually a fine. Assholes who rob other people's homes on the other hand deserve to do jail time.

>>46189

OP, maybe you will stop hanging around sleazy people and take this scare as a lesson. You really should not have snitched and taken it as an expensive lesson though. The cops probably won't do anything, but the whore might have 'friends' whose shit list you are now on. Realize that most hardened criminals are like
>>46200
and
>>46205

Do you really want to keep going that same way until nothing seems moral to you?
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Jack Bedgeman - Tue, 05 Jun 2018 18:46:55 EST ID:E2CLany/ No.46213 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I get high a week ago and message hooker basically saying let's call it a truce, can we bang because I'm too high

You goofed up man. What can I say, you goofed.
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Frederick Worthingshaw - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 13:00:52 EST ID:qtL7+4km No.46297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46209

Hardened criminals just sound like people who mitigate their own problems. Op is a slave mentality who instead cries after getting played like a fuckboy. A smart intelligent functioning member of society would find a way to exploit the scammers right back.
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Archie Hundergold - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 02:12:18 EST ID:IxT/GYnb No.46361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46200
OP is a bitch, the dealer you burglarized is a bitch and I get what you're saying buttttt~~~~

Consider this!

I wish the dealer shot you instead of calling the cops. You are a sack of human shit.


Drug testing for civil service job by Emma Neckleforth - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 11:57:51 EST ID:EcFcfwI0 No.46356 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Not sure where else to post this other than this board. I was recently hired for a complaint investigator / code enforcement job for an incorporated village in New York and was wondering if its strange that I have not been asked to take a drug test. There was no Pre-employment test nor any mention of getting tested and the fact they already hired me. Granted I have only worked one week so far and I have a 6 month probation period. Since they didn't test me before I was hired I would assume they would try and test me sometime during that probation period. I would rather not ask the people I work with if they got testing so I don't throw up any red flags, but for some reason I feel I wont get tested because I'm basically hired or maybe that's just me being optimistic. If anyone has this type of job or knows someone who does any advice would be nice, I just want to be able to smoke.
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Jenny Blarringshit - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 17:18:36 EST ID:paj6021g No.46357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46356J
Just keep on keeping on.

Just, do not look like drugs or anything. Don't worry.
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Augustus Brookford - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 15:31:45 EST ID:8YRwbj9v No.46358 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Drug testing is expensive. Corporations do it for insurance reasons, but govenment jobs usally dont care or cant afford it.


Latin term by Ian Paggleway - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 15:47:08 EST ID:EiVbx+oT No.46242 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any law enforcement out there? I have a question.
There is a phrase the police sometimes use, Latin, which describes an officers discretion on wheather to charge or not charge on a crime do to it's possible non severity. for instance finding a man drunk in public just a block from his house and choosing not to arrest him considering the tweaker on the corner down the street is selling a bag at the same time and is more severe.
" 'Something' and 'something' of the law." Is how is goes I beleive.
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Alice Trotlock - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 01:49:35 EST ID:IdUQ2K63 No.46334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46333

Police really do not learn latin. It's really has no place. They may know 'laws," generally. But not necessarily law in general. In essence, that would require them to actually overthink.
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"The maxim generalia specialibus non derogant means that, for the purposes of interpretation of two statutes in apparent conflict, the provisions of a general statute must yield to those of a special one."
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This would generally apply to courts. But the principle, if say an assault is occurring or other significant crime is likely to be commuted, a j-walking or other insignificant petty crime should be ignored and the significant crime pursued. It does apply, latin. But you know the cops, oh we have a lawyer here. Often it's a true the person being detained may know law far more than a police officer. The I know my rights thing, like on COPs, media. People should know their rights and limitations by actors of government. Namely, those who can use thgeir positions to violates peoples freedoms.
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Nathaniel Bovingfedge - Sun, 21 Oct 2018 16:31:38 EST ID:8Xnsq3G1 No.46337 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's straightforwardly called "enforcement discretion" in english
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Angus Clattingmidge - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 11:09:54 EST ID:x5fORZKv No.46341 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46334
In canada, discretionary law intervention applies, regardless of if there's a warrant. It's been in our law since the cold war. They snowball and can search your place without cause if you let them, while that guy sells crack on the corner
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Fuck Faggleridge - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 12:56:48 EST ID:dO5Wn5IA No.46343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46341
In the US, if they say "do you mind" if we come in, it can be searchable. If you say no, they do this, why not, this and that. Say do you mind if I look through your house?
I told some cops to leave, I explained that they were searching through areas, that had nothing to do with,, their explanation. They did leave though. It's all,, not fun but stand up, or at least not let others with different careers trample on your area unless they have legitimate reason to.
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Reuben Carringnet - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 16:29:38 EST ID:A3OnO7QN No.46355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
In general, Latin is perfect for law.


Crime by Henry Honderton - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 01:00:57 EST ID:oMz59O6R No.46351 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I recently got fucked by a rich family i worked for, is there any way to benefit from knowing their account and routing number without being tracked or arrested?
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Henry Honderton - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 01:02:07 EST ID:oMz59O6R No.46352 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46351
bump with pictures
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Hugh Passleworth - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 20:53:54 EST ID:teKyuDs/ No.46353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>rich family
If you attempt to get food stamps or anything the IRS will fuck them in the ass if they're not paying taxes. I did this accidentally once and it was amazing

Don't do anything illegal


WHY WONT THIS POST WTF by Shit Menkinhack - Thu, 15 Nov 2018 09:38:34 EST ID:teKyuDs/ No.46347 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Would this count as vandalism or something?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOn3MmbV_II

Serious question. Ignore the fact it's anime
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Shit Menkinhack - Thu, 15 Nov 2018 09:39:42 EST ID:teKyuDs/ No.46348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
RE: Subject field

Nevermind

Question still needs answered
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Shit Menkinhack - Thu, 15 Nov 2018 09:47:58 EST ID:teKyuDs/ No.46349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would assume since the purpose of the machine is to be hit as hard as possible, that provides a kind of implied consent, making this a civil issue. Even if it could be proven that Vegeta knew the machine would break and intended to break it, it's too much of a grey area for any criminal prosecutor to touch

How accurate is this?
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Shit Menkinhack - Thu, 15 Nov 2018 09:53:41 EST ID:teKyuDs/ No.46350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46349
On that note, how does criminal prosecution work? Either the arresting cop or the accusing party files a report and then some prosecutor picks it up and decides whether or not to press charges, and then a judge decides whether or not to issue a warrant(assuming the cop didn't arrest them)?


Is it legal by xaveir.mod - Tue, 06 Nov 2018 19:55:18 EST ID:FuSsVgL4 No.46345 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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to ask a shop keep to raise the cost of stock to pay for an item for you and then sell t to someone else
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Esther Nengerbury - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 06:48:27 EST ID:wyiOLE1e No.46346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What?


Becoming a PI by Sherlock Dome - Mon, 13 Aug 2018 13:26:32 EST ID:p6LvcaWj No.46269 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just applied for classes to become a "private eye" or private investigator. Classes last 6 to 12 weeks. Wouldn't do anything involving drug busts, would open my own offices and bust people for abduction, attempted date rape and other serious crimes. My gramps has a licence so he could help me study. What does /law/ think about this idea?
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John Dungershit - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 20:51:39 EST ID:viGC9UGH No.46335 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>46269
U stoopid. Private investigators dont do any law enforcement they're just paid stalkers for petty things like "get dirt on this guy" or "is my gf cheating on me? Follow her around for a bit"
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Alice Tillingfuck - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 12:18:59 EST ID:m+gM4XhS No.46339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46335

Lol more criminals work with PIs than enforcers. Cops don't even want other cops one upping them what makes you think you're doing any type of enforcement. Op the job title you might want is bounty hunter for bondsman or detective
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Angus Clattingmidge - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 11:12:13 EST ID:x5fORZKv No.46342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46335
Yea. Pseudo-detectives actually die when they try to dontthat stuff
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Fuck Faggleridge - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 13:00:57 EST ID:dO5Wn5IA No.46344 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46269
PI is mostly show. Do what you like but, it is a possibility, but is mostly salesmanship.
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Archie Hundergold - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 02:00:10 EST ID:IxT/GYnb No.46359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP is a fag


Thoughts on Legalization? by Nigel Wangernot - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 20:26:01 EST ID:mrEf2eXl No.46340 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Something about the fact that Cannabis being illegal drew me into the allure. If it was legalized when I was a child, I probably wouldn't have given trying it a second thought.

Now that it is legal here in Canada, and government regulated, I can acquire some of the cleanest and dankest bud on the market. I feel like a kid in a candy store.


Landlord/Tenant Law + a douche by Nell Duckbanks - Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:39:51 EST ID:y6a/Kvzh No.46220 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Aight /law/ here's the situation.

Renting a single room in a 4br in CA. My lease states that I'm just renting the room, and that I’m responsible only for my portion of the rent. The kitchen/living room is “shared space.” Other tenants’ leases say the same thing. Landlord found us all on craigslist, but we’re all friends now. Pretty cheap rent so we WERE happy.

Except the landlord is a douche. A pretty big douche. He's got it in his mind that he can walk in and out of the place whenever he feels like it, knock on doors when he wants and generally bother us if it suits him that day. He brings over furniture that he doesn’t want and sticks it in the living room and then yells about how the living room is cluttered (what???). He will critique a messy stove or jacket left on the couch when he’s feeling annoyed and someone is home.

It’s pretty clear that he just comes here in a bad mood and takes out whatever frustration he’s feeling on us. Last time he came over, he freaked out on me about the “state of the living room” when I had literally just vacuumed it the day before. Yesterday his tirade ended with him saying “I’m hiring a maid for this house and you all are going to pay for it.” None of us want to pay for a maid, and the house really doesn’t need it. On top of that, he JUST raised the rent this year, so asking us to pay more is pretty unreasonable. I’m pretty done with him, so I was hoping someone on here could help me consider my options.

He claims that since we're just renting the rooms, he's allowed to walk in whenever the he wants. I know that generally, in California a landlord has to have reasonable cause to enter the property or has to give 24 hours notice. He literally never does this.

He think that because we just rent the bedrooms, he’s free to enter/leave the “shared space” as he pleases. Honestly I wouldn’t be all that bothered by this if he wasn’t a huge dick about it, but he is.

Do I have any options here? Is there any way we use this as leverage to make him stop bothering us? Can I fuck this guy legally somehow? I’m willing to go all out putting a significant amount of effort into documenting whatever I need to, I dislike this guy that much.

Thanks
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Basil Hishwire - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 12:30:38 EST ID:frxhM7vt No.46222 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46220

You are basically SOL. Consider finding a new place.
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Basil Hishwire - Sat, 30 Jun 2018 12:30:38 EST ID:frxhM7vt No.46223 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46220

You are basically SOL. Consider finding a new place.
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John Dungershit - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 20:58:38 EST ID:viGC9UGH No.46336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46221
Find a cheap attorney or a free legal aid (sometimes there's free legal aid and representation for tenants) and sue the shit out of him for breaking multiple landlord/tenant laws. Dont say anything to your landlord until he gets served with the lawsuit and start taking audio and video recordings of him when he comes by and says and does these things but dont let him see you recording but since you love there you have every legal right to record what happens there. Again keep him completely in the dark so he has little to no time to come up with a counter suit. Good luck man and get that bitches money
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Cedric Pozzlestotch - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 01:21:08 EST ID:Nczp0zDE No.46338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46336
California is a two-party consent state for audio recording, meaning it’s illegal to record him without his consent, and any such recordings would not be admissible as evidence in court.
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Archie Hundergold - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 02:02:58 EST ID:IxT/GYnb No.46360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46336
Goddamn, man. You are just an awful person.

Who raised you to be like this?


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