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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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Fucking Ciddledock - Sun, 15 Jul 2018 23:24:03 EST ID:cEwuNxwz No.46243 Ignore Report Quick Reply
that's a question?
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Edwin Dollerpid - Thu, 11 Oct 2018 01:46:48 EST ID:nmZGtgkl No.46333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46242
Mala prohibita? Male in se? Spirit of the law? Letter of the law? Those don’t exactly fit the scenarios you’re describing but whatever.
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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.


might be getting bullied by lawyer and po (this is a genuine post this time) by Clara Fubblesidging - Fri, 07 Sep 2018 05:23:53 EST ID:AeyeTq7w No.46286 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I dont want to be annoying to you guys but i really have no other resources or people to ask. I recently got a dui and put on probation which isn't bad but there's one problem. i live in the middle of nowhere and with 0 resources and ive been trying to leave this place for YEARS and now im fucked.

i told my PO i want to transfer and he said yes then i asked more about it and he came back and said i can't because of the type of probation i have where my sentence gets deferred for a year and my charges all get reduced. he told me i have to wait for the charge to get reduced which is like 9 months from now. i don't know if thats true because people have to move they can't just be stuck in one place if they have to move for something important just because they're on a certain type of probation, unless there's a qualification you have to already be living there to transfer or something. i told my lawyer i want to transfer to the city because there's more jobs down there and there's public transportation so i can get around and he just said "i dont care i dont feel bad for you i was born and raised here" like good job? you probably had more privilege than me your parents probably got you a car at 16 and you never had to struggle like me. then he just told me i need a job down there looked away and dismissed it all.

what actions can i take with my lawyer if he isn't helping me if thats true? do i have to force him to fight it? i feel like if i just force him ill get nothing. i paid him and i get "i dont feel bad for you"? I can't just go and hire a second lawyer to deal with this one specific part of the case becuase he won't do it, if there really is something he could do. i'd be hiring a legal team and wasting thousands, but it might be true that i need a job or a really good reason for moving but isn't the fact that i can't get a job or do anything here or even get around a good reason? are they obligated by law to do everything for a case though so it cant be true and he can't just say no or can he? can i just do everything to get a job if this is true and if i get one then hes forced to do it? what if he puts in minimal eff…
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John Subberstock - Sat, 29 Sep 2018 00:48:24 EST ID:AeyeTq7w No.46328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46325
well apparently i have to wait for my deferred sentencing shit to end and be on normal probation before i can transfer because the other county doesnt have the same program. and i guess my probation hasnt even started yet they made me just be on probation for the fuck of it while i wait for sentencing. i think im just gonna keep getting fucked over and over again probably gonna kill myself so this shit is just over with
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William Bellywudge - Wed, 03 Oct 2018 01:08:08 EST ID:AeyeTq7w No.46329 Ignore Report Quick Reply
one last question sorry...can i get house arrest and do that instead of probation? im thinking of doing jail because i just want to get this shit over with as soon as possible but i talked to someone and they told me that they have friends who are getting house arrested for way bigger charges

i heard people say they wrote letters to da's and judges before to help get probation terminated early and one guy said he got probation instead of a jail sentence by writing the DA. is there anything i can do if i just got sentenced with probation and just want to serve my jail sentence out on house arrest? i think the probation is too long and strict i just want to do this
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Fucking Nicklegold - Thu, 04 Oct 2018 16:23:38 EST ID:7+bAkpmb No.46330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46329
All good questions for your PO or lawyer. There’s way too many variables for random on a drug board to be able to accurately answer man. Good luck, though.
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Shitting Hubblefone - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 05:49:04 EST ID:aCuVaBsU No.46331 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46329
>im thinking of doing jail because i just want to get this shit over with as soon
>as possible

Tell the DA this, I am pretty sure your penalties will drop, possibly dramatically.
Unless maybe you have one of them private for profit jails/prisons there.
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Clara Drevingson - Fri, 05 Oct 2018 18:05:16 EST ID:AeyeTq7w No.46332 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46331
its not a private jail but the judge said if i got the misdemeanor id have to do the max time because its a felony right now that gets reduced during probation

if i could do it on house arrest it would literally save my life im already on house arrest with probation and no license anyway but im not that lucky. i feel like my lawyer just blows every suggestion i come up with down is he a shitty lawyer or is it just really hard to do anything but a basic plea deal?


What do by Charlotte Drombleluck - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 23:07:07 EST ID:mtkFXa4A No.46215 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Mother arrested supposedly smuggling drugs into a prison
>car impounded
>$50k bail

Should I raid her room for drugs?
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Albert Chenningwag - Sat, 18 Aug 2018 16:38:00 EST ID:FgPqQdZj No.46273 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46272
But the whole prison population doesn’t have 50k cash to spend on the stuff so you’d never be able to use it to post bail.
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Nathaniel Grandman - Sat, 25 Aug 2018 16:13:25 EST ID:n7FNuo1G No.46281 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46273
It would be trivial if person(s) were part of an organization, or respected by. There are different types of bonds. Surely the bail/bond would have been lowered.

Put up a house to ensure court appearances would likely be allowed.

Regardless, there is a lot of money that go through prisons. 50k
can be a simple message and it's done.
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Ian Breffingwell - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 20:55:44 EST ID:DMsa3Mjv No.46313 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46215
is your mom still in jail?
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Fuck Churringspear - Mon, 17 Sep 2018 17:36:02 EST ID:YlLWyFx5 No.46316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46313

nah she was over at my place last night
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Cornelius Honeyham - Thu, 27 Sep 2018 12:31:23 EST ID:DMsa3Mjv No.46327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46316
OK good, let freedom ring.


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 - Sat, 08 Sep 2018 23:55:10 EST ID:mUg4D8sx No.46292 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If it helps, the job was retail. im probably just making it something that it wasn't. in my head as i was turning in my keys i was convinced it was coming, and when i didn't i just imagined it? again, dumb post, just needed to vent and at least tell anyone. nb
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Simon Pablingnudging - Sun, 09 Sep 2018 18:21:57 EST ID:tyqJISl8 No.46293 Ignore Report Quick Reply
A lawsuit for what? God damn op you sound extremely paranoid about nothing

you didnt steal anything or injure anyone so why do you think legal action will happen?
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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


retail thefr by Lillian Shittingworth - Sat, 11 Aug 2018 11:08:26 EST ID:jqzo54jk No.46267 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I got charged with retail theft. It happened once before but the municipality let me take a class and it didn't count against my record. So this will be my first offense which is just a summary offense. No big deal right?

My question is how will job hunting go for the next five years? I have a job interview today with burger king. I plan on getting the job and buying a car in 4 months. Then I want to apply to the distribution centers who pay twice as much for full time work. But will I have a problem getting hired there?
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Ian Breffingwell - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 20:58:16 EST ID:DMsa3Mjv No.46314 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46267

They won't let you into canada for 5 years, and you'll still have to show all of your paperwork that the case is closed.


How Illegal Is This Statement by Sophie Pocklefoot - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 21:48:10 EST ID:IMoTGVEa No.46298 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>"I wish rogue members of the local Sheriffs deparment would assasinate a certain city politician, his chief of staff, and a certain private attorney. Then cover it up and make it look like random criminal acts. Based on the ancient precedent of the Roman Praetorian Guard. Who would execute corrupt politicians who far overstepped their authority."

I'm wondering if saying something like this on the internet would hypothetically violate a state or federal statute.
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Graham Seffinghood - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 23:25:23 EST ID:6eKTKAhf No.46304 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>"Hey since youre watching why dont you suck the enema shit out of my ass."
>"So you're picking on me because Im gay? Im not gay. Youre committing a hate crime you fucking pig bastard."
>"Fuck you Im in the privacy of my own home."

Alright Im good.
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Graham Seffinghood - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 23:31:24 EST ID:6eKTKAhf No.46305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>"Shut that annoying ass Jewish bitch up before I shut her up for you." (rhetorical)
>"Bitch I know the difference between Jews and non-Jews. Im like Christoph Waltz in that one Tarantino movie."
>"Hell yeah Im a fucking goy what the fuck are you going to do about it."
>"What the fuck are you going to do about it."

Okay I think thats enough.
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Graham Seffinghood - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 23:34:56 EST ID:6eKTKAhf No.46306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Im just trying to ascertain if these statements in an online forum is probable cause to investigate someone and or charge them with a criminal offense. If a client said these things on the future for example, would there be grounds for prosecution?
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Graham Seffinghood - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 23:36:03 EST ID:6eKTKAhf No.46307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46306
>on the future for example
On an imageboard.
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Isabella Nezzlefuck - Wed, 12 Sep 2018 13:33:10 EST ID:De1Lthn+ No.46309 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is a great thread. Really top shelf.


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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Archie Honeywater - Sun, 27 May 2018 03:28:06 EST ID:jt60eK3z No.46206 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46189
>I pressed charges but left out the drugs and hooker part

Pretty dynamic. Perfect move. Prostitutes are a mistake, but,
How you did this is gotta think.

Difficulty is how you met person. The drugs, hopefully
you have not drug convictions.

Everything should be fine. Stealing a thousand bucks
Kinda cut-and dry. Just figure out how you met, you
commuted at best a minimal crime.

She had to had a trail that is serious.
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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.


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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whatchathank? - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 03:48:57 EST ID:orqI6oVD No.46261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Been in and out of this community for over a decade, but somehow cant remember how to edit my original post.

The way I worded some of my short questions kinda sound bitchy, heres how I would better word them:

IF I CHOOSE TO RUN, HOW FAR SHOULD I GO? Ex: Hawaii?

IF I CHOOSE TO RUN, AND NATIONAL TRAVEL IS NOT AN OPTION CAUSE THEYLL FUCK ME, WILL I BE GOOD OUT OF THIS COUNTRY? Ex: Costa Rica?

Also by some miracle I am not a felon.. yet. I have had some pretty fucked off charges (devil in the details) but have managed to not get a felony (in texas atleast) (i have unextradictable charges in colorado, that texas knows about - 23 felonies) [yes... 23 unaswered for non-violent felonies, dont fucking ask its relatively irrelevant]
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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.


Need help by Angus Furringkock - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 14:16:26 EST ID:XayYWxbq No.46283 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I added this bitch because she was under suggested freinds. Turns out she was a cam girl but her site wasn't listed anywhere on her face book. She starts chatting me up and shit and I asked what she did. She fucking told me she was a cam girl and sent some bogus link saying I would be invited as a guest to cam with her. Anything I can do to get this bitch in trouble? What are even the laws on this shit?
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Angus Furringkock - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 14:19:49 EST ID:XayYWxbq No.46284 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46283
The link was trying to prove my age through a debit card payment advertised as free. Looked up the link she sent on google and there's this huge article about it charging 150$ a month if I had done it. I found out which cam this bitch is and I have her Facebook. What can I do to nail this bitch? Anything?
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Jack Gesslebanks - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 15:05:15 EST ID:3yVxbb4T No.46285 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46284
You can report the link she sent you because it's a scam service. She's not a real person and you're a fucking moron.
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Hugh Blemmerworth - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 12:42:16 EST ID:7FZIa6E5 No.46295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46284

It's a sex bot funding some Indian guys lavish lifestyle you fool


thief did IRS scam years ago in different state by Wesley Clemmerman - Tue, 21 Aug 2018 17:40:08 EST ID:biptQTo5 No.46278 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do you report someone you know stole thousands from the IRS years ago in a different state because they robbed an entire grow? all that would need to happen is for someone that works there to look into it.

how does one anonymously report a tip to the IRS about fraud?

>if helpful i will provide aftermath screenshots and more content
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Phoebe Sesslechot - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 02:29:11 EST ID:wsCKkFgo No.46279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=irs+report+fraud
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Clara Blatherwater - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 11:08:01 EST ID:v5Ejg6fF No.46280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>46279
u no fun


Doctor fucked up my brother-in-law by Eliza Pillybury - Mon, 20 Aug 2018 07:00:16 EST ID:eAFCuMas No.46276 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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My brother-in-law has been diagnosed with Bipolar type I for several years and has had manic episodes in the past that have required hospitalisation. In the last month or two his doctor prescribed him sertraline. Prescription of SSRIs without a mood stabilizer (such as lithium) to patients suffering from bipolar is known to induce manic episodes and...lo and behold, the cheese gradually slid off his cracker. He's currently in hospital on a 24 hour hold. The last several days were interesting, to say the least, as I'd never personally witnessed the onset of a manic episode.

That aside, assuming his doctor was aware of his medical history and previous diagnoses and episodes, would there be grounds for contacting a lawyer? This seems like malpractice, or at least stupid incompetence on their part.

I figured it'd be worth asking you guys before I potentially spend $$$ talking to a real lawyer talking guy.
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Caroline Chorringson - Mon, 20 Aug 2018 16:20:57 EST ID:3yVxbb4T No.46277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Medical malpractice attorneys will typically do an initial consultation for free. It's a big part of their business. You'll want to talk to your brother first and ask him about what his doctor said about the risks of that medication and whether or not they talked about a mood stabilizer. Mood stabilizers are not benign drugs and your brother may have decided against it in 15 seconds of conversation.


Fuck Payza by Walter Pickford - Sun, 19 Aug 2018 13:57:43 EST ID:Ys7X4VY3 No.46274 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Fuck these people.

Long story short. I put $300 in to make a crypto purchase. They gave me the run around for 2 weeks and then I decided to withdrawal it. The day before it was supposed to clear the US government seized their assets. I have bank records of the deposit and it was legally obtained funds...

https://www.justice.gov/usao-dc/victim-witness-assistance/obopay-payza
-I already contacted the email. They got my name and address, but I doubt I would hear ever back.

Is there any way to recover the money or should I just consider it lost? I think a lawyer consultation would cost me the amount that I have in that account so I figured I would discuss with random strangers what they would do.
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Hugh Pankinbed - Sun, 19 Aug 2018 19:35:34 EST ID:3yVxbb4T No.46275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
First of all, it's not your money. It's the company's money and they have some obligation to give it to you. Neither they nor the government can do that while their assets are seized pending legal action. I assume the assets will be liquidated several years from now and when that happens there will be a claims process.


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