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There are some people who tell you there is nothing worth fighting for by Fuck Pellerford - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 15:36:15 EST ID:I5RV8fro No.45792 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There are some people who tell you that what you are doing, is foolish. That it is impossible to stand up against the system, that the system is always right, that there is no point in resistance, no point in fighting back.

I say that the kinds of people who win, are the kinds of people who fight back! The kinds of people who take risks! How many of you take a risk just by coming here? How many columbians, brazilians, and other south americans, take a risk of getting deported, just for speaking their mind about drugs?

After all, you're not a suspect until you speak your mind about something! When you open your mouth and you say, "What sense does that make? Why do something that way?"

I say we push back! Little things at first. Pranks. Increasingly more aggressive and shocking pranks designed to elicit media attention. Then protests. But not stupid protest. Not gathering in front of a town hall and hoping somebody calls the media on us. Not getting your school newspaper to write about you in your college news letter. No. Targeting protests. At places where they will be forced to acknowledge our presence. We must block traffic, we must disrupt their infrastructure. People are too hypnotized to acknowledge anything is happenning until it happens in THEIR neighborhood.

They must see us, and they must be afraid. They must be afraid of us, of what we represent. The peoples Ultimatum. Either you clean up your act, either you allow us to hold you accountable for what you have done, or we will no longer respect your governments laws and authority. We will do what we please, where we please, and be damned of the consequence!

We are not slaves! We are not here to be you little gear or your little wheel in the big machine! We have lives! We have dreams of our own! We must continue our protests, we must push forward, we must prevail! Because without the appoval, without the consent, of us, the people, our government is in violation of the natural law and the natural order of democracy!
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Fuck Pellerford - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 15:54:20 EST ID:I5RV8fro No.45793 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You may wonder why it is I choose this picture.
Its because to me, the mountainback gorilla represents a peaceful creature. It tends not to fight unless provoked, such as when being removed from its natural environment and being placed in captivity. It will beat its chest to demonstrate against a predator, and when a sufficient threat to one of his communities young, it will fight back.

Expeditions to capture mountain gorillas are some of the most dangerous, because if they stay over night, get caught in a storm, or have a run of bad luck and their rover stalls out in the wild, there is a risk the mountain gorillas will track the kidnappers back to where they came from by following the tracks in the mud, then attacking them when they camp at night.

So you see, even a peaceful creature, like a gorilla, will fight when it thinks it is being provoked, when it thinks it has no other options. There have been reports of apes stealing assault rifles while they are sleeping or on guard duty. They have even tried to use such weapons against us by firing them into the air and trying to drive us off with the loud sounds of the gun firing!

This is not news. Gorillas have been known to steal human tools and use them for hundreds of years. But the remarkable thing is, that after stealing these weapons, instead of discarding them when they get bored with them like they usually would, they actually remember to keep these things for themselves, burying them in case they need them.

This reminds me of an old man, buying a gun for his young grandson. His son's generation didn't need a gun, because he was still there to protect him. But now he is old, and he does not have faith in his son, and feels his grandson might one day need protection. In fact, he makes it his last request, because his grandson has his grandfathers spirit.

He asks that he "protect his father and his fathers estate, that he look after and care for his father, for his father was a good man and raised you right, and you came out all right, so just do that for me, would you son? Just do that for me."

Those were my fathers last words to me.


Mildest "Assault with a deadly weapon " by Jarvis Pissledock - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 13:21:32 EST ID:X4ovzU2E No.45769 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I never imagined a claim this ludicrous in all my life. Heard that before I'm sure.

I was a cutter+addict and was on the verge of a relapse. Awful day, lost my job, argument with mother etc. I know I'm not special and except no sympathy in that realm.

So in this argument with my mom I imply that I feel like cutting again. I take a knife from the kitchen and lock myself in my room contemplating using again vs cutting. Mom threatens to call the cops. I beg her not to, and let me call my therapist. She disagrees because my therapist is lax about having me admitted when I honestly need it. Mom says she called the sherrifs office to have me escorted to the psych ward. I'm pissed but I let it go.

I came out of my room without my knife and talk to the cops. They sternly tell me to respect my mother, then leave.

A month later I'm at a party and there is a noise complaint. Everyone's names get ran. There I learn there us a warrant for my arrest. They give me a bond and let me go

ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON. I'm accused of brandishing a knife which counts as assault in this great state. To top it off, it counts as a domestic assault and cannot be dropped by the alledged victim.

I went to court terrified. I asked for a continuance out of fear that either a guilty or not guilty plea would have me locked up. I signed a doc willing away my right to a court appointed attorney. I cant afford my own so that fucked myself again.

I got a month before my next court date and likely jail sentence. My mom is willing to help in any way short of saying she lied.
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Sidney Briblingworth - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 19:00:11 EST ID:Fp/ImL6A No.45770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Get lawyer NOW. shut the fuck up, don't talk to anyone. Delete all social media accounts asap. Then hurry up and wait. You could have everything dismissed, but only with a competent lawyer.
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Oliver Widdlesud - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 23:09:16 EST ID:B4Ae2dkJ No.45771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>My mom is willing to help in any way short of saying she lied.

That's funny. The most likely explanation for what's happening is that your mom lied at some point about being threatened. But yeah, get a lawyer, get the evidence, and don't plead guilty to any violent crimes.
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Doris Nangerford - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 10:24:26 EST ID:I/hcLgWi No.45774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Do you have a lawyer? Get a lawyer. You probably can't get the case deismissed yourself, but any lawyer should be able to handle this if there's not more to the story. Don't plead guilty to anything.

If there's not more to the story police saw the after effects of an aggravated assault, and then just left y'all be? There's not a prosecutor in the world that would try to explain that to a jury.
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David Fellyfoot - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 02:58:34 EST ID:JWVt32cX No.45781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the way court usually works is you plead guilty, or plead to a lesser charge. it's all set up a certain way, to work a certain way. it's even rare a decent lawyer can get you off of a charge completely if the cops and judge has it out for you, which they seem to if they issued a warrant in that sneaky ass way. stop talking about your case. if you cant drop a shit ton on a good lawyer, expect a higher charge potentially. like i said good lawyers are there, and if they're well known and respected by certain people, they can get your charges dropped down to a plead agreement. it sucks but they really work against you if you plead not guilty. like pleading not guilty can land your ass in jail or with a rack of huge fines in the end. sucks but it is what it is cuz
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David Fellyfoot - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 03:04:57 EST ID:JWVt32cX No.45782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45781

**to a lesser plea

for instance my brother got arrested with a pizo and meth, that legit was someone elses in the car. they charged him with it, and he basically had no chance of winning. even his lawyer said use an addiction argument, so you can get a plea deal to a lesser charge, which he did, instead of both controlled substance, it was just a paraphernalia charge. like i said the courts aren't about guilty or not guilty, it's about how willing you are to play ball, and work with them. they don't want anyone going to trial. shit there's even fees if you lose a trial for a misdemeanor in many states, so right there, that makes you say guilty right away, fuck my record, give me the lesser fine and get me out of here. a mother fucker can kill 6 people and walk as long as he works with the police and courts to give them someone more beneficial, someone with a higher price. don't expect to walk just because your not guilty.


Don't know if this goes here but... by Nathaniel Pisslemadge - Tue, 07 Mar 2017 17:32:48 EST ID:BZ1vUXXT No.45775 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Girlfriend's in jail. Gonna write her a letter. However the rules say you can't send mail with a postage stamp.

...how the fuck do I get around that? Do they mean no postage stamps in the envelope? I have no idea how to send mail without postage.

http://www.shouselaw.com/century-jail.html#4

Please assist. I need to mail this female to tell her she needs to stay on her damned meds and stop making asinine decisions.

Pic unrelated: is a cool snake.
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William Tillingfield - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 02:53:14 EST ID:JZTg2czX No.45776 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Do they mean no postage stamps in the envelope?

Yes. Have you received mail with a stamp? USPS knows it's been used. Just send a letter addressed to her government name and inmate number at the jail.
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Archie Billingforth - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 11:42:01 EST ID:LaGGd+2y No.45779 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think it's because you can hide drugs in the adhesive. Can you take a letter to the post office in person and pay them cash to rubber-stamp it with the postage paid?
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David Fellyfoot - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 02:46:48 EST ID:JWVt32cX No.45780 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45775

a letter to a gf on lock should be supportive not a fucking lecture about getting your life together. nobody wants to hear that preachy bullshit when theyre facing that. id rip those letters the fuck up lol.

anyways just write the addresss of the correctional facility, her name, and inmate number.


Becoming a notary by Cornelius Sankintog - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 01:38:34 EST ID:U49euAj4 No.45777 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Does anybody have any words of advice to someone who wants to become a notary?
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Fucking Credgestit - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 06:18:45 EST ID:oa+kvnRs No.45778 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The rules are different in every state. I'm a notary in Georgia where it requires filling out a form and paying a 30 dollar fee. I think in other states you have to take a stupid test and it's more involved.


Deprivation of citizenship by Beatrice Saffingfoot - Fri, 17 Feb 2017 03:07:51 EST ID:esOKpsS6 No.45725 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Have you guys ever heard of this? What do you think? (Pictured is Theresa May, current UK PM and former Home Secretary. She has issued more deprivation orders than any Home Secretary in the last 70 years.)

The UK government has the ability to revoke the nationality of a British citizenship where it is 'conducive to the public good' to do so. However, the individual cannot be made stateless - they must have another nationality to fall back on. In 2014, a new law was passed allowing for deprivation of citizenship even where the person would be made stateless, provided that:

a) they are a naturalised citizen
b) they have conducted themselves in a manner seriously prejudicial to vital UK interests
c) the UK gov believes they are able to become a national in another country.

Personally, I think deprivation of citizenship is shit, a pathetically easy and secretive way of the UK gov preventing UK citizens returning to the UK. The Special Immigration Appeal Commission uses 'closed material procedures' where the individual is never told what they are accused of and neither is their lawyer. They're excluded from the court proceedings at thw whim of the gov and represented by a gov-appointed "Special Advocate" that they aren't allowed to speak to.

I know in the US it's much much harder to lose your nationality - you can basically only lose it voluntarily. What do you think about the UK laws?

(you can find more info here, if you're interested : http://sprc.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Ross-article.pdf Alice Ross from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism is basically the only UK journalist who covers this topic)


Absolutely Nothing Wrong With Me by Doris Cabberway - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 04:38:35 EST ID:ppLLK7oU No.45722 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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There is absolutely nothing wrong with me, at this point in my life. I have two felonies one traffic code related and one misdemeanor DUI all these charges were in two years. There was something wrong then I am not going to lie about that. I have a High School diploma, I test well PSAT,SAT, Community College placement exam, my grades all of it.

I work a minimum wage job for minimum wage.
I go to school to get an education so I can earn more than minimum wage.
I haven't been arrested for three and a half years.

Theres nothing wrong with me.
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Caroline Hudgesadge - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 13:52:59 EST ID:LG7TQpFl No.45723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
K
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Shitting Naffingstock - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 11:57:28 EST ID:Ulzvj3jF No.45724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
keep up with your probation/parole. don't fail a drug test, miss community service, or otherwise violate the terms. keep working at your job until you find something better, most felons i know get into selling cars at dealerships. stay away from bad influences and build the life you want

good luck man and take heat, you know how bad things can get if you fuck up. so don't even try to get involved in bad shit. especially while you are on parole/probation.


Verbal harassment? by Eugene Sisslelork - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 09:58:54 EST ID:/ExLSjhZ No.45719 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey! The following story is kinda stupid and simple but hear me out please.

My aunt moved in with my mom, myself, and my girlfriend in a 2 bedroom apartment. I don't know how long she is staying there but she currently is sleeping on a mattress under our stairwell.

The problem is, when my girlfriend and I go downstairs to the kitchen or leave the house, she talks to shit to us like about how my dead relative isnt here (who I assumed she didnt like) and how my girlfriend looks (short, handicap). Its been mostly towards my girlfriend until recently when I stood up for her and said "Stop talking shit to my girlfriend." I would ignore the insults to my girlfriend until recently, and now I'm being verbally harassed.

Is there some kind of law about verbal harassment to an individual in their home? What can I say or do to stop this from happening? It's stressing my girlfriend and I out and I believe we're being treated unfairly.
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Jenny Lighthall - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 22:45:26 EST ID:iQgrmD6f No.45720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45719
As with every question first we need your location, laws where you are are the issue at hand.
A couple questions also , does your aunt pay rent in some form, or is she named on the Tennant contract/agreement? How long has she been there?

Depending on you local laws your best recourse may be to just kick her out if you are a Tennant and she is not. This is also assuming you are on the Tennant agreement, if it's your mom's apartment just move out dude.


Pressing Charges for Childhood Abuse. by Jenny Hegglewell - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 01:46:18 EST ID:i4tspx15 No.45714 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've been considering pressing charges against my mother for childhood abuse, which included identity theft, to the tune of nearly $4,000 in debt in my name, as well as poisoning and attempted murder.

I definitely have evidence, police reports, CPS calls, as well as therapist visits from when I was that age.

I'm almost 25 now, and living in California. I plan to talk to a lawyer about it, but I was just posting this here to see if anyone has experience with something like this, or what I could expect from something like this, or if a court would even look at this.
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Hugh Wazzlenin - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 14:04:04 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you're talking about stuff 7 years ago minimum right?

Without hearing anything about the merits, which there is probably none, you're years beyond the statute of limitations on all claims, either criminal or civil.

HTH


Name change final judgement paperwork by Fanny Pinnerkine - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 23:54:12 EST ID:7SDHLtOE No.45713 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So ages ago I had posted about if I was in a position to change my name and decided to go for it. My hearing is on March 3rd, but apparently, I need to bring in a final judgment paper (Which I don't have on me.) Do I need to go to a clerk beforehand, or am I able to simply print it out and bring it?
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Nathaniel Bimmlesark - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 02:43:54 EST ID:Nx0pJM6s No.45715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i dunno

what is your new name OP
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Phoebe Worthingman - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 12:37:16 EST ID:gUqG/1ie No.45716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's almost certainly someone you can call who can answer this question for you
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Samuel Wenderdock - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 17:45:08 EST ID:/QJ1yNxl No.45718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wtf is wrong with her ass


In some trouble. Help. by Ernest Gandlefoot - Fri, 26 Feb 2016 11:15:10 EST ID:DTRF8mUI No.45155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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You can read the full thread with all the details here, but I'm gonna just tell you guys the abridged version. I'm a fucking idiot hothead.

http://boards.420chan.org/qq/res/499639.php

>23
>dont live at home
>young siblings still live at home
>Multiple times sex offender moves next door, convicted of incest, first degree sexual assault, repeated times on same victim
>has another 2nd degree sexual assault case from a dif time
>find out this guys fucked his sister over 100 times and threatened to kill her if she talks
>this happened over the course of 10 years. turns out that him and his brother were joking about it multiple times throughout the years over texts, his brother liked to watch
>The town wont do anything, the police wont do anything. legally he can live there
>He only served 9 months in county for this
>end up figuring out people in county with him, they say hes super creepy and bragged about how easy he got off, tell me to get him out of my neighborhood asap
>I go nuts
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Cedric Honkindale - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 21:55:29 EST ID:sB26aiAQ No.45707 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45703
>No one knows the amount of stress and bullshit im currently going through.

I sincerely doubt you're going through any tougher time than anyone else. Don't be such a baby.
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Lillian Hacklewater - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 00:06:22 EST ID:V33ehNk0 No.45709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45677
>Me and my lawyer both basically begged for it, the judge told me that i acted like a 17 year old and that he'd consider expungement if I complete my probation. Restitution, court fees, 40 hours community service, and dont have any more issues with the cops.
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Sounds about the expected outcome.

In current state, considering the nature of the crimes, which in the laws eyes could be considered pretty serious behavior. I believe they consider you to be a risk to some extents. As in possibly having incidents of the same nature in the future. Anger management is a clear sign of this.

Best bet, meet your PO, be pleasant. They are generally overworked so be part of the process.

Acting somewhat upset, agitated, etc is a definite do not.
At each meeting they take notes about ones demeanor.
Showing up about 15 minutes before any meetings is
a definite plus. They will notice this and note that.

Do not ask PO about expungement. Wait until the PO gets to know you in a positive manner.
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Martha Wankindark - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 07:41:28 EST ID:LaGGd+2y No.45768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
IT'S TIME TO STOP NECROBUMPING THIS THREAD IS OVER A YEAR OLD!!
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Sophie Banderbury - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 02:40:27 EST ID:DTRF8mUI No.45772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yea I've been doing my probation and got moved to low supervision pretty quickly and have just been coasting, working at a shitty gas station job. I only have to meet my PO once every 3 months now, next month i'm up. Can't bitch about that. Dropped out of school, have been applying for apprenticeships, im now getting sued by the dudes insurance company. Its way harder to find a legit job than I thought on probation, hopefully I hear back from some of these apprenticeships this week. I'm prepared to get a good job and start working my ass off.

No bump cuz this is old as fuck.
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Sophie Banderbury - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 02:43:23 EST ID:DTRF8mUI No.45773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I got a best man speech to give this fall, i can't fuck this up


Car question by Nell Henningchick - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 23:26:17 EST ID:2KIL/fZA No.45691 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it illegal to change the hood arnament/logo and swapping them between different cars?
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Cyril Bredgewater - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 03:32:50 EST ID:DYI+0dHA No.45692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not in the US.
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Lydia Foshham - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 15:27:34 EST ID:45huNpiF No.45693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45691
Nope.
Long as you properly own all the shit involved.
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Jack Miblingwill - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 23:24:21 EST ID:nJfAN+NJ No.45708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45691
Just don't try to sell it as something it isn't (which you'd have to be selling to special needs to get away with in the first place.)


Public Intoxication in Alabama by Reuben Woggleworth - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 12:58:34 EST ID:5qMDumVC No.45682 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Charged with Public Intoxication in Alabama. Alabama law states that public intoxication is a "violation", which is lesser than a misdemeanor or felony. Is it still necessary to report this on job applications when asked if I've been convicted of a crime even though it's more a petty offense than a 'crime'?
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Edwin Hissleville - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 03:47:13 EST ID:DYI+0dHA No.45684 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Public intoxication is usually a ticket that you have the option of disputing in court. Criminal convictions involve a mandatory court process and a judge issuing a judgment.
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Cedric Duvingwell - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 16:04:42 EST ID:45huNpiF No.45689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45682
Nope. Same as a jaywalking or parking ticket.
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Lydia Crashham - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 16:23:49 EST ID:5qMDumVC No.45690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45684
I am going through a court process though. My court date is next week.
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Barnaby Secklewater - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 04:22:46 EST ID:AXoTj1zI No.45698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45682
You are not really obligated to say you were charged for anything whatsoever.
It is generally in your best interests to 'not' offer these to employers.

Once you do offer information of a charge, to a potential employer or other entities;
It is basically information that can spread rapidly among the masses of information
clearinghouses.

Note the masses of background services, one simple misstep of sharing sensitive
information with one potential employer can be forwarded and follow you around.

Info clearing houses by nature are often indifferent and inaccurate.


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