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This happened in BC by James Femblestudge - Sat, 13 Feb 2016 23:47:35 EST ID:baf/Tz9j No.45120 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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It was literally the middle of the night and me and a friend went to a local park to try out a new vape. I brought all my weed because I was lazy.

We were stupid and didn't keep and eye out when we went to the park. Cops saw us and caught us getting high.

They get our names, joke about how the thing reeks, asks me how it works, etc. I responded with idk and one word answers for most of it. Then the other cop said we are under arrest for possession and then said she was going to search our bags, which is legal since we are under arrest.

A few more words and trying to make us feel bad smoking weed and then they let us go after confiscating our shit.

I didn't have any ID, they I only gave them my name and address.

We weren't taken to the police station, we weren't fingerprinted, we weren't told to show up anywhere or given any instructions about what we needed to do next, they just let us go without our shit. But the cops did say we were under arrest during the incident.

it's been 6 months and I haven't received any letters that tell me to show up to court to defend against charges.

I'm worried because the company I work for has business in the states and I'm lined up to take a bigger role potentially in american markets a few years from now. I really don't want this to have an adverse effect on my career.
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Clara Blytheworth - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 02:25:06 EST ID:d9L4L80t No.45121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45120
call the pd you were "Arrested" in and ask. give them your name and shit and then just go idk, i thought i was getting tickets. they will run your shit. from the sounds of it you got let off. how it goes in the states is you get a summons ticket then RoRed. as far as how quick shit comes from the courts. you will get papers within a month typically.
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Edwin Diddlestock - Sun, 14 Feb 2016 14:23:37 EST ID:U23++ADK No.45122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45120
You likely would have gotten a ticket or summons to appear in court. well in the US anyway. I would imagine they were just messing with you. Chances are they just made a report about a 'contact' ran your names and nothing more. Nothing that would be readily and easily searchable in my opinion.

But could contact the police department and see if there could be a warrant for an arrest
if you failed to appear, if they were being scum and didn't offer you a summons to appear or ticket to pay a petty fine or dispute the fine in court.


Tax Fraud by Basil Guddlehall - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 13:15:27 EST ID:t8dRDXLN No.45112 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I worked for a piece of shit a few months back that quit answering my phone on payday so I quit going.
Last week I got a W-2 reporting about a weeks worth of wages I never received.
I tried to call the number back and they said it's not them anymore but when I mentioned reporting it they got all buck so I know it's them.
How do I go about reporting this, I'm usually not one to tell, but fuck em.
The IRS website is confusing and I don't want to hire an attorney over $200 they never paid but I do think it would be pretty sweet to send this sleaze bag to federal pound me in the ass prison.
Are there any streamlined avenues to get this done or is it going to be a lengthy process filled with headaches?
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Jack Wallyworth - Wed, 10 Feb 2016 17:46:16 EST ID:M8D6syjY No.45114 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Like everything with the IRS there's a form for you to fill out. In this case it's a Form 3949 A.

Mail it in and you'll be fine.


Went to court today by Cedric Shittingfield - Wed, 03 Dec 2014 16:42:20 EST ID:CFR/zaxX No.43691 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The last 2 months have been rough, I got caught in a club with drugs and got the whole doorman/police/cell shakedown. After no comment during interview I eventually ended up and court today.
The dumb idiots tested a crushed up pill as coke and the actual pills somehow didnt make the trial. So one false count of a class A possession instead of 2, even though it was the wrong drug.
My solicitor was smart and instead of letting me explain the bullshit confusion, which would had lead to more bullshit and another court date for ultimately the same charge, made my case simple. I had nothing to say throughout the whole thing except guilty and got a fine.
The police are incompetent as fuck and have no idea what drugs are. Glad this crap is over but really fuck them and this whole drug war. However Im glad it happened in some ways cause I dont wanna do drugs anymore and remembering this whole fiasco will keep me in check.
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Edwin Blozzlenick - Sat, 06 Dec 2014 03:19:31 EST ID:DZFVkP15 No.43710 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43703
Reality is designer or rather unscheduled drugs, takes years to make them a scheduled class drug.

Marijuana as per the FDA in the US has no valid uses in medicine
So it is a class schedule 1, no medical usages, like LSD.

In reality, (OP) person should not have plead guilty to anything, as the prosecution would have had to show cause to pursue the case.

As for RC drugs, the average police, FBI, DEA, it is a comfusing state of affairs regarding
these issues. So is the ability to expedite scheduling of drugs.

It is a battle, not much so, but the solid established medical community and the federal government.
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Ernest Blubblelock - Mon, 08 Dec 2014 16:59:18 EST ID:5VoyghiA No.43726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43710
LSD is pretty much the only cure for cluster headaches, bro.
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Priscilla Trotham - Fri, 12 Dec 2014 15:17:25 EST ID:CFR/zaxX No.43744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43710
I shouldnt have pleaded guilty perhaps, but then a retest would have found that it was MDMA which is still class A..then they might have wanted me to explain why I had three bags of MDMA (powder and pills), then it gets complicated, they just want a simple story.. it wud all points towards ITS which in all honesty, is what it was...I cudnt have it hanging over my head any longer so the story was I went to a club, got drunk, bought coke and went to the toilet to do some. It was very stupid and I wont do it again, the end. Pigs still have my phone, lying scumbags
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Cornelius Sonnerville - Mon, 15 Dec 2014 22:56:08 EST ID:viBz2K2h No.43751 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dear lord, all this bitching over a fine?
My clients get heavy duty probation for the same type of plea and possibly prison time if they have priors. And even with probation, they're backing up years over their heads and have judges crazy enough to give them the full back-up if they fuck up probation in even the slightest.

So quit your "war on drugs" shit. The UK is paradise.

Also, your solicitor may have fucked up. What were you actually charged with, possessing the pills or cocaine? I would've gotten you acquitted.
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Ernest Pickhall - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 22:55:52 EST ID:VmW9tMgl No.45106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
gr8 b8 m8


I have this friend who got permanent nerve damage from a teflon pan by Rebecca Blamblechene - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 16:50:20 EST ID:o/Ek/m4G No.45042 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there anything this friend can do to be compensated by the pan company? They got teflon flu by cooking on low heat with this pan and its been more than a month and they're still shaky when they move their body in certain ways.
Does a person with low income have any chance? Its also a Korean company


This is the pan: http://amzn.com/B00SPUDQBC
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Fuck Pammerlure - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 00:10:07 EST ID:Sa6sQJQx No.45047 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45042
  1. Prove it
  2. Prove it beyond a reasonable doubt
  3. If the company didn't know at the time it was dangerous then probably not
  4. Didn't the whole teflon panic turn out to kind of be bullshit?

5. You probably won't be able to prove it and I doubt a lawyer will even bother with you after the initial phone call or consultation.
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Wesley Guvingpuck - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 20:13:49 EST ID:Kd+sUt8p No.45050 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45047
>Prove it beyond a reasonable doubt
Assuming this would be a civil case, you wouldn't need to prove to "beyond a reasonable doubt," as that's just for criminal cases. Regardless, OP still doesn't have much of a chance of success.
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Reuben Cicklekore - Sat, 16 Jan 2016 13:44:07 EST ID:U23++ADK No.45052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45050
Reasonable doubt, not even close to par with daytime fake courtroom drama.
All the comments,duuumb.

Really DuPont has settled many times for it's damages caused by it's products and practices. This item I believe claims 5 Teflon coatings, could be a flaw in the manufacturing process, as well documentation of this.

Not sure how long it stays in ones system but if one saw a doctor and saw above accepted levels of the chemical(s) and could correlate the physical conditions
to the exposure(s) then a case may be fairly straightforward. Time resource consuming but as it is now teflon as nice of a product it is intended to be,
has issues.
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Curious - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 15:40:59 EST ID:FaGbLTds No.45090 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45044

It might not have been caused by the teflon itself, but some kind of binding agent, or a paint, or a spray or something.
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Eliza Decklefock - Fri, 05 Feb 2016 13:10:55 EST ID:Nhoj62He No.45105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45090
you'll need to hire a doctor to examine the patent and makes the diagnosis that a PARTICULAR spray or chemical caused the issue or likely caused the issue. There are doctors out there that specialize in this sort of thing. However, if you're low income you probably won't be able to afford it.


Unwitting Antibiotic Treatment by Curious - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 16:04:41 EST ID:FaGbLTds No.45091 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, I know that there are various laws against administering drugs to people against their will. These laws usually are referring to roofies and GHB and the like, and some even specifically say that the substance has to be "poisonous, noxious, or toxic" i.e.; adding extra sugar/water/kool-aid mix to someone's drink isn't illegal (unless the person was diabetic or something i guess... but that's unrelated) and I imagine putting something like an OTC medication in a child's pudding to make them eat is when they won't is also not illegal. But what if you're trying to, say, give someone antibiotics (you know 100% for sure there are no allergy concerns) because you *might* have given them an STI (the clap) but you're not sure, they are not symptomatic, but you want to give them a prophylactic anyway, just to be certain. Now, I suppose this may fall under something like "prescription abuse", but antibiotics aren't scheduled substances, and you can even get them for something called Patient-Delivered-Partner Therapy, where you can get an extra dose of the drugs for your partner, without the doctor having to see them. Now, I know the idea of PDPT is to tell your partner what happened, and have them take the drugs, but... idk. I know that giving someone any sort of medication against their will is kinda a socially unacceptable thing to do, even with a hot highway's worth of good intentions, but is it actually illegal if it doesn't have any effect whatsoever, other than possibly curing the person?...
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Fanny Nammlechire - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 19:33:41 EST ID:ZwixIBj1 No.45097 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45095

Maybe she'll learn not to suck at relationships if she has to face the consequences of her actions. You're doing your friend a disservice.
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Phoebe Draffingwune - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 00:36:08 EST ID:9h0A8QkR No.45099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45095 the real question is does the legality of this really matter in the long run. chances are shes doing it already.


but your "friend" is a cunt and is probably going to keep cheating on her husband just saying.
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Rebecca Sinningset - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 07:45:59 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45100 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45095
Fuck your friend and her beta husband. No advice to be found here.
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Curious - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 11:51:53 EST ID:FaGbLTds No.45101 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45100

*shrug* fair enough. I thought this was /law/, not /moral/, my bad.
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Faggy Clipperspear - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 16:44:40 EST ID:PFZnnXGH No.45102 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45101
Here's a /law/ answer: this is very illegal everywhere.


Murder by James Dellyhid - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 23:33:28 EST ID:Sr8ww1UY No.45086 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Okay, bear with my vagueness for this, at the moment it is delicate.
I think I just solved a murder. I am certain beyond a reasonable doubt. I say solved but not in the sense I know who has done it; I haven't even attempted that yet but am certain I could with cursory research.
The event was ruled a suicide. I can prove it was not. I have at least three people who could witness to what I know is true. They are all in federal custody for what will most likely be there entire life.
The event happened 2000+ miles away and more than a decade ago. I have no involvement other than i know what did and did not happen. What is my next move?
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Curious - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 15:36:29 EST ID:FaGbLTds No.45089 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Contact a journalist, or maybe a lawyer group, like the ACLU or those Wrongful Imprisonment people. It kinda seems like the opposite of Wrongful Imprisonment, i.e; someone should be in jail, but they're not. Just start sending out emails to various law groups, maybe find an amateur cold-case/detective forum, where people try (and sometimes succeed) in solving old murder cases. If anyone would know how to or who to get it to, it would be them. I wish you the best of luck, this actually sounds interesting. Would asking for the details be... compromising of the case? If not, could you explain a little better? no names or anything, just a basic "Police think X killed himself, but A, B, and C (who are incarcerated) witnessed... blank.... happen, and when I looked into the details, i found... blank... and that's why X couldn't have killed himself", and then fill in the blanks?
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Esther Brondleson - Tue, 26 Jan 2016 16:44:56 EST ID:RGq8oVTZ No.45092 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45089
Will do. Would have never thought about those groups but no, I don't think the case would be compromised. As a matter of fact I'm sure somones's been on to what I know before and called out the people for it, they just lack a proper understanding of key elements and evidence that they don't understand the ramifications of what they are saying, especially leos when asked to retort. I would be thoroughly surprised if you have not heard of this case- it's probably one of the most famous. However, I don't want to cause a stir because A) if foul play is at hand the suspect would have more than enough time to maneuver defensively and B) the federal prisoners have no prior exposure to the situation and would be testifying, as experts, on drug manufacturing. I wouldn't want to tarnish their thought processes in any way.

I'm no lawyer, I've just been involved with and worked for the aforementioned, and all entailing life circumstances but my part in the play is long over now and rectified with the judicial system and society.

I'm pooring more research into it during spare time but objectively speaking I have found nothing that could point to the conclusion that was accepted by the state and the people.
I think it's about finding the right person to get the ball rolling I suppose, me being not the most valuable member of society, however knowledgeable on a subject. I'd really like to pin the Potential murderer but I'm sure he or she has been preparing for this for years or is already dead.
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Curious - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 16:14:55 EST ID:FaGbLTds No.45096 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45092

I think you should keep this up, especially if you think you can get the right thing done. Best of luck, and i'll check back this thread in a bit if you've replied at all. Feel free to ask me any other questions you have.
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Charlotte Gindlehood - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 22:50:11 EST ID:Kd+sUt8p No.45098 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Get NPR's Sarah Koenig in on the case.


Single-Wheel Skateboard patent issues? by Scigui - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 13:01:03 EST ID:YuhxTRcD No.45041 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I really like the idea of the self-balancing single wheel skateboard.
Goes 15+MPH, durable, sturdy, and best of all simple.

I'm wanting to re-create it with my own looks/ideas, but the patent issues for this type of technology seem cutthroat. Some other company was shut down at CES for having a similar one but the concept is so simple.

I don't know much of anything about the laws for these types of things I'm just a creative/techsavy type. Could have one made within a few weeks but am I going to get shut down because I have a board that uses a microchip to scan various times per second as to how a rider is leaning in order to deliver thrust in one direction or another? Or is it more of a design issue? Can the original creator of the skateboard come out and sue other skateboard companies for making them later on, demanding money and claiming they caused "irreparable damage" by making their own renditions of the same thing?

In all honesty I wouldn't mind selling them once I get a really good one made. The apparent original company for these "Future Motion" is selling them for upwards of $1,500-$2,500 and realistically I think I could make the same thing (if not better) for around $700-$800
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Scigui - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 18:12:09 EST ID:EnpaXKVB No.45053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45048

True, and I think the looks of it are what I'm most worried about now.
The cheap stuff existing in the market isn't of too much concern, as it will always exist, but if I were to do it I would want to separate myself from the competition by hosting an interactive store where people can come test the products, as well as a full service-center so if anything happens to somebody's board I can get the repairs done on the spot. Having parts / materials brought in separately is even easier than the assembled product too, so I could just try to bring in everything independently and assemble here to avoid customs being a pain and detaining a shipment for months just because it "looks like it might be something similar to that one thing".

If I get in buddy-buddy with a company that already makes them, perhaps I could get manufacturing rights / permission to modify. I do have a factory at my disposal but it's for other things..
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Molly Blozzlebidge - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 22:18:51 EST ID:Kd+sUt8p No.45055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45053
>an interactive store where people can come test the products
Talk about a liability nightmare...
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Charlotte Sirryforth - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 15:55:56 EST ID:Ix+RgLH+ No.45060 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45053
i dont think you undestand the cost of labour/parts in china compared to the us.

>>45055
talk about a one trick pony for a niche market on a highly competive field.
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Emma Grandfield - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 03:48:36 EST ID:+8mRkMeZ No.45069 Ignore Report Quick Reply
some chinese company got fucked fined and banned for ripping of some other company that already had the patent for this shit in us AND in china, lol. dont do what they did
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Scigui - Mon, 25 Jan 2016 13:09:40 EST ID:14LtB8qw No.45088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45069

Yes been keeping up to date on all this info, luckily I have really good relations with the Chinese company AirWheel, they currently hold alot of patents but SwagWay and like 12 other companies are in really hot water currently.


Honestly not sure where to put this by Walter Gumbleshit - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 06:28:31 EST ID:oYYHgUka No.45078 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need a finished resume by tonight. I want to make it for general IT support or entry level computer jobs. I have no college, no relevant experience, no references. What are some easy tricks to fill up a page with? I thought lawyers would probably be the perfect people to ask. Right now I am using a resume builder and adding the suggestions it gives me. But there is still a huge gap in the page. Should I just lie a whole bunch? Are there any specific tricks that would help me look more legit?

Thanks in advance
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Hugh Dibberbury - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 09:02:25 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45081 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45078
Did you try adding an objectives line and personal interests line? there is like 6 lines you wouldn't have otherwise.

NB for not really /law/
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Hamilton Fubberlock - Sat, 23 Jan 2016 13:28:38 EST ID:AE5cmVOn No.45084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45078
Not to be rude, but I would stick with flipping burgers.
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Nell Clullergold - Sun, 24 Jan 2016 00:30:00 EST ID:3iZ3Hsab No.45085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45078
I've worked in the industry for over a decade. I constantly have to REMOVE shit to make my resume more concise.


Failure to respond to jury stuff by Doris Pubberbanks - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 14:13:32 EST ID:1Ni7R3Vv No.45032 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I recently found out about a bunch of letters from the county courts regarding jury service. They were sent months ago.

The final letter makes it sound like they were pretty upset that I hadn't responded, and they seemed to be demanding my presence at the threat of a fine or jailtime.

Now, this was sent months ago and I'm currently attempting to contact the office and explain the situation and that I honestly hadn't seen these until it was far too late because I had been at a different address when they were sent.

I'm a white man with no criminal record and this is happening in NY state. What do you all think the odds are that they get really shitty with me and actually try to fine me or put me in jail for x number of days, even though I could prove that I was at a different address when they had been mailed?
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Betsy Blasslehood - Sun, 17 Jan 2016 20:50:51 EST ID:pAKLzmn9 No.45054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45032

Just do it and say you have a bias.
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Nigger Trotman - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 17:24:11 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45061 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45054
>just tell them you have a bias

Getting struck on purpose is a lot more challenging than people think it is. Lawyers are smarter than you, there's nothing you can say that's going to get you struck if a party wants you on the jury.
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Angus Crendlestore - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 12:58:29 EST ID:8Irkql7o No.45074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45032
my friend once totally forgot to go to jury duty in florida. turns out, the courthouse totally forgot that she totally forgot to show up to jury duty. they never said anything. i don't think it's that big of a deal.
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Phineas Drinningdale - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 13:41:25 EST ID:XKg4trwy No.45082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45061

Based on my research, a surefire way is to ask the judge about jury nullification.

The judge will give a talk to jurors explaining their obligation to find a verdict based on the law, even if they disagree with the law. Then you bring it up and ask about the fact that a jury can in fact find differently if they disagree with the relevant law, and how that jives with the notion that you as a juror have to find according to the law, regardless of your feelings on it.

The judge will probably be like "Hm, that's very interesting." and then let you go.
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Oliver Dussleford - Fri, 22 Jan 2016 15:41:21 EST ID:uLJPOHRz No.45083 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45082
>The judge will probably be like "Hm, that's very interesting." and then let you go.

Or the ADA swears out a felony obstruction warrant.

I will grant you that is rare, but it does happen. People are getting really sick of trying cases twice, so they are cracking down on this.


BA/Constitutional law by Henry Sunkinpudge - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 11:21:25 EST ID:Sa6sQJQx No.44994 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Would a degree in constitutional law be worth it? What kind of jobs could I get?
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Eugene Pipperlotch - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 17:21:35 EST ID:h2/ickQz No.45043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45040
They could probably go into legal research but honestly paralegal certificate is still probably a better option for this as most officers are going to want one to have the cert.
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Emma Grandfield - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 03:53:31 EST ID:+8mRkMeZ No.45070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just bite the bullet and become a lawyer, dude

then u make tha moneyz and u get tha bitchez
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Barnaby Drunkinwell - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 07:44:05 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45070
>hen u make tha moneyz and u get tha bitchez

In this economy?
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Angus Crendlestore - Thu, 21 Jan 2016 12:50:17 EST ID:8Irkql7o No.45073 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44994
your school counselor or school list of majors should be able to tell you the job position titles that are associated with major degrees
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Faggy Fuckingshit - Thu, 11 Feb 2016 02:16:14 EST ID:tJcLzVQ3 No.45115 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I suppose this shitty degree could help prepare you to be a police officer but I think "Criminal Justice" degrees are more common for that. nb month-later afterthought


Court tomorrow by Ian Greenfoot - Mon, 18 Jan 2016 01:09:40 EST ID:8p9XM8za No.45056 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I posted here awhile ago about how I punched a hole in my moms wall and the cops saw it because of something else and they arrested me and the cop told me my mom didn't have to press charges it was a necessary arrest and they found a bag of shake in my room and took it as weed. My mom and I made up and she sent a letter and called the da to have the charges dropped. I'm supposed to talk to an attorney but I had to cancel because my dad needed the car and I couldn't make it.

I have court tomorrow. I haven't heard from the da, and my lawyer said they'd call me back on my dads phone and they never did. Should I assume the charge was dropped and I just have the weed charge now? Do I still need to talk to my attorney?
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Nathaniel Gurringwell - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 13:19:45 EST ID:ga+e2ZgV No.45064 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45063
I already got the public defender but I haven't had the chance to talk to them are they going to refuse to represent me for fucking up? Will the judge be pissed I haven't talked to them?
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Shit Picklebury - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 17:02:02 EST ID:Kd+sUt8p No.45065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45064
They can't refuse to represent you...
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Charles Neddlecocke - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 19:35:08 EST ID:C3CJNrf4 No.45066 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45062
How about the state. You got a weed charge as well. Pa does not treat weed the same way as NY does.

And I can't really help you if you aren't being honest.
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Charles Neddlecocke - Tue, 19 Jan 2016 19:35:08 EST ID:C3CJNrf4 No.45067 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45062
How about the state. You got a weed charge as well. Pa does not treat weed the same way as NY does.

And I can't really help you if you aren't being honest.
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Fanny Pucklefuck - Wed, 20 Jan 2016 01:29:53 EST ID:Ix+RgLH+ No.45068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45062
>What else should I mention?
im home now so ill actualy go through your post step by step

>I want to keep some stuff private for personal reasons
this right here will prevent us from knowing the full scope of the issue and our advice will not be as good. anon image board is anon. if you are embarassed so fucking what.

>I haven't even got the chance to talk to one yet my dad made me cancel because he had work and we live in a rural area there's no can or bus or anything
you are facing at least one misdomeaner charge. do not fuck around with the dude who is representing you. if you dont care he doesnt care. did you contact friends and family looking for a ride? do not fuck around with this. this is serious.


back to op
>I punched a hole in my moms wall and the cops saw it because of something else
what is this something else? why did you punch a hole in the wall. were these done at the same time or infront of the cop?
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I Want To Get Lost by Emma Wallerserk - Fri, 01 Jan 2016 16:28:54 EST ID:yIrlJYPg No.44920 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If anyone would have decent advice the legal scholars here would. So basically I have to stick around for 3 years and some change due to legal troubles. However afterwards I was wondering how to get lost off you know start over with a new identity using loopholes in the law and legal grey areas if there any. I want to do this in a few years. Back in the day Totse had a guide about this, but its outdated.
Its alot harder now a days to get lost since thumb prints are in the DMV database and other technology.

I dont want to go off the grid or start over to do more shady illegal shit, but I want a fresh start something clean and legal even if its a fluke.
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Fanny Brookham - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 19:26:58 EST ID:EDDj9ssv No.44992 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44985
Im going to say its possible.
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Lydia Buzzforth - Thu, 07 Jan 2016 19:38:21 EST ID:uLJPOHRz No.44993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44992
Sure, if you don't work a real job, don't have a drivers license, don't have a real place to live, etc. Sounds awesome.
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Eugene Bruffingman - Fri, 08 Jan 2016 12:46:00 EST ID:1GxMrzFe No.44995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44993
There was some fugitive one one of those shows who had an acrive warrant and was a fugitive. And had all of those things, and this was post NCIC and fingerprinting at the DMV.

Im planning on doing this well after I am out of trouble.Not during.
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Jack Worringhall - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 17:00:40 EST ID:m02Hi6uQ No.45033 Ignore Report Quick Reply
There's nothing illegal about disappearing.
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Phineas Buzzgold - Thu, 14 Jan 2016 19:54:04 EST ID:EDDj9ssv No.45049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45033

But the new identity part is where I'm looking for the grey area.


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