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Really?? by Isabella Fogglenod - Wed, 05 Aug 2015 12:46:32 EST ID:foe/16fp No.44508 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I went to the court house today for a seat belt ticket . I emptied my pockets at the security checkpoint when I entered. Put my keys, wallet, phone, and cigs and lighter in the little tray for them to x-ray it and I walked through the scanner they handed me everything back no problem at all. I asked them where the traffic court room was and they laughed and said it's not in this building it's across the street. Reluctantly I leave and thank them kinda pissed because I used to always pay my traffic tickets in the court house. You would think they would put a sign or some shit saying, "Hey! Traffic court is across the street", because several other people got out of line and walked out when I asked the question so I'm not the only one. Getting to the point. I go into the "New Justice Center" and guess what another security checkpoint. I do the same routine empty my pockets throw all my shit in the little dish and walk through. When I get to the end to start grabbing my stuff a heavy set black women swats my hand away from my keys because they where the last thing I was going to grab. I was pretty shocked because I didn't realise why she wasn't allowing me to get my keys and then she picks them and up and asks, "What's this?", pointing to the replica metal gun on my key chain. I reply telling her its fake and solid steel if they wanted to run it through the x-ray again. She then calls over another officer to look at it and he says "Oh this is very bad you can get in a lot of trouble for this". I reply telling him it's only a scale replication and its not functional anyway shape or for and it kinda helps me keep up with my keys because of the weight. They continue to argue with me saying that I would have to fill out a bunch of paperwork and possibly speak to the head of security if I wanted to keep it adding that if they do confiscate it that I won't ever be able to get it back. I've had this fucking key chain for 5 years but was tired of arguing and did not feel like making a scene. I told them they can have it and they let me go pay my ticket.

It just makes me a little upset how stupid some of the rules are for being in a court h…
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Esther Clannerfed - Thu, 20 Aug 2015 23:21:20 EST ID:E3EscqXq No.44546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
boohoo little baby lost his toy gun. learn to drive faggot
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Hugh Blettingchot - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 01:19:05 EST ID:xFGPhhfm No.44549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44514
>no security in Canada
Congratulations on not having any black or Mexicans in your country
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Nathaniel Miffinghere - Tue, 25 Aug 2015 18:04:19 EST ID:FeYk0QL2 No.44551 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>44549
We have plenty of both. It's just the population as a whole is reluctant to start shit for no (or for selfish) reasons. Much like the rest of the first world outside of North America.
You guys seem to be amazingly unaware of just how anomalous your chronic violence problems are to the rest of us. And holy fuck, the current state of the Republican party is jaw dropping.
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Basil Lightway - Wed, 09 Sep 2015 03:08:39 EST ID:S5foeLay No.44613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I almost got locked up for having a brass knuckle belt buckle. the officer gave it back at the DMV when I left, and said to put it in the glovebox and leave it there til I get home and put it up....later on i traded it for an 8th of weed...
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A Wizard - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 00:06:52 EST ID:9biD5F4W No.44617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44549


Yeah, homogeneous racial and cultural groups do have a lower crime rate, than a bunch of people smushed together that can't stand each other.


Common Law Marriage Risks by Cornelius Fonkinfure - Wed, 09 Sep 2015 16:14:25 EST ID:XHqnl7XB No.44614 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can a woman inherit everything you own from a common law marriage (a "marriage" in which no wedding ever took place, but you're considered married by virtue of the fact that she's been living in your house/apartment for an extended period of time)?
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George Serryhadge - Thu, 10 Sep 2015 01:06:19 EST ID:WuMBn0hh No.44615 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Property/probate is largely the point.
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Nigger Semmleforth - Thu, 10 Sep 2015 15:03:54 EST ID:phYYb+wv No.44616 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This can't be answered without knowing what state your in. But I can say that likely there are not going to be intestate transfers of marital property for a common law marriage. I actually don't know any states that would off hand, but if you can give your state I can tell you for sure.


How fucked am i? by Matilda Mongerkud - Sun, 06 Sep 2015 02:30:27 EST ID:wpqUVqEw No.44594 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I currently live in the state of michigan.

about four months ago i was given probation for the possession of marijuana, two months ago I violated probation and dropped dirty on a drug test and didn't show up for another. this resulted in them revoking my right to have possession of marijuana struck from my record and also having my license restricted.

fast forward to today and I was just pulled over for having a headlight out. they saw my restricted license and impounded my car.

the thing is that in the compartment between the seats of my car i had a pipe that i had been using for tobacco, it has probably been around 4 months since i even smoked tobacco in it. The thing is that I think my roommate had used it for smoking weed before he let me use it for tobacco.

How fucked am I? I know they can search my car since they impounded it even though i didn't consent to a search.
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Phineas Bladdleforth - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 01:28:36 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44599
Your probation officer could recommend that your probation be revoked.
Which could be possible the judge giving you the maximum of the original
possible sentence. Or a few days in jail, maybe community service, a more
modified probation or none at all and or continue as usual with or without a
probation revocation hearing, where you may not having to actually be present.

If there is a hearing to be scheduled do not miss it. <<<<< IMPORTANT, another important,
do not acquire any new charges.

Generally probation wants a person to inform them of any new charges while on probation,
supervised or unsupervised 'as soon as they arise.' If probation officer does not know of the pipe
incident it would be a good idea to schedule a meeting with/him he to briefly discuss the issue.
This alone can make all the difference. At least talking with him or her on the phone as well.
They generally appreciate this proactive interaction as opposed to seeming like you are avoiding
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Angus Smallway - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 11:29:46 EST ID:wpqUVqEw No.44604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44600
thanks for the help, i do realize i was being stupid. should i mention the pipe if I don't know if they even searched my car and found it? would it then be likely that they would search my car after that? also, i read that it is actually a defense in court to say that I was not informed that it was used for drug purposes, is it worth it to meantion it?
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Phineas Bladdleforth - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 17:16:22 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44604
Oh na you weren't being stupid, just not foreseeing or fully understanding how much more difficult things can get with a few simple missteps.

I the police didn't mention the pipe then I would not say anything about it.
If they did say something but didn't give you a ticket or charge you with it I
would not mention it. Keep it simple I guess.
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Angus Smallway - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 18:07:32 EST ID:wpqUVqEw No.44608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44607

they didn't say anything about it but they also didn't have the right to search my car until it came to the impound lot. The thing is i don't know if I would have known about it by now, would they call me? or will they just put out a warrent for me randomly?
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Thomas Goffingdock - Tue, 08 Sep 2015 05:49:12 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44608
Generally they just search for inventory. Liability reasons. Here they would do inventory before being towed I believe. I would not see them charging you for it.

But I think a summons would be sent by mail.

Failure to comply with probation could be a warrant. Different states, different ways of doing things. Consider being in just basic simple contact with your PO in general. That alone may have been a requirement of your probation to begin with.


crazy ass bitch old lady by John Diblinglock - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 14:43:30 EST ID:POCmF57V No.44605 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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some lady in my apartment doesn't like me

what defense do i have if she makes up some bullshit lie against me?
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Phineas Bladdleforth - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 17:09:55 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44606 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44605
Don't worry much about it. Crazy old types are easy to read.


Piracy by Emma Gollyham - Tue, 11 Aug 2015 04:45:27 EST ID:vLzGr6f+ No.44528 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is there any legal difference between direct downloads (like from mega or similar sites) and torrenting when it comes to piracy? I read once that Direct downloading was less likely to be prosecuted because you're just downloading something someone else uploaded, whereas when you torrent you're technically uploading while you download so it's worse, or easier to prosecute or something.

Either way DDLs have to be less likely to be monitored than torrents right? there's no way they could possibly monitor all that exchange of data. Or could they?
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Hugh Chingerpitch - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 02:37:26 EST ID:LojUfQz3 No.44576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have no idea if there are specific legal distinctions (I'd be willing to bet that there are, though), but there are definitely trends, like another poster pointed out. Generally it seems like they're much more upset about sharing than about individual downloads.

When one person downloads content, that's one sale or subscription that they miss out on. If that same person shares that content, they could be facilitating the download of content by hundreds, even thousands of people. In the copyright holders eyes, this means that they are missing out on many, many subscriptions or purchases.

The one time I ever got a legal notice was when I downloaded a fairly new movie and failed to stop my bittorrent client from sharing it when the download completed. I got a legal letter demanding that I cease sharing and erase all copies of the file.
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Walter Billingbury - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 16:52:25 EST ID:SZc18DsL No.44580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>44575
Yes. I fail to understand how someone can type up that babble and keep a straight face.
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Fanny Sicklewater - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 05:39:26 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44580
huhrr duhrrr
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Wesley Brirrywater - Sun, 06 Sep 2015 15:27:50 EST ID:XV0glhwz No.44596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://torrentfreak.com/its-impossible-to-torrent-anonymously-lawyer-says-150906/

>While the lawyer has no sympathy for pirates, he doesn’t just sue people left and right. Crowell says he focuses on people who upload content persistently, seeding files for several months.
>“If you just download and don’t upload, you don’t cross my radar. I’m interested in persistent involvement over several months,” he says.
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Phineas Bladdleforth - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 02:00:56 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44602 Ignore Report Quick Reply
At times somebody may download a new movie or one that is released before it hits the box office. Just a 'delete this file' reminder from the ISP. That they had been contacted by the industry. Nothing much more.

Uploading 24/7 is the main issue. As one is actively distributing copyrighted media or intellectual property. I assume the industry may limit servers or peers to download others offerings to just their servers. Communicate with the up-loaders server (so-to-speak,) by just keeping a connection.

Few get sued, it is a difficult process.


How fucked am I by Jack Sankinhall - Fri, 04 Sep 2015 00:59:10 EST ID:wdEfWjcR No.44590 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok so i moved into a new apartment. I check my mailbox every now and then and get mail for the previous residents. Usually advertisements or coupons, but sometimes sealed envelopes. I just write RTS and put it in the outbox....

Anyways I was writing RTS on an envelope and my pen punctured the letter as I was writing. I put the letter in the outbox anyways. Can this count as opening someone else's mail?
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Nigger Brillershaw - Sat, 05 Sep 2015 16:49:09 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44590
Did you read it? Whatever the case intention would be the crime. It would not be a big issue anyway. We used to throw away mail sent to us that looked insignificant
cause, 'they don't live here anymore' afters as many months.
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Molly Fendernare - Sun, 06 Sep 2015 17:50:52 EST ID:wdEfWjcR No.44597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44592
no, just pierced the envelope while writing RTS on it.
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Phineas Bladdleforth - Mon, 07 Sep 2015 01:33:40 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44601 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44597
Regardless nothing to be concerned about in any way shape or form.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z54-QHEZN6E


Why drivers in China intentionally kill the pedestrians they hit by Charlotte Feblingford - Sat, 05 Sep 2015 03:57:15 EST ID:T5Wp2zYe No.44591 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://gladpeople.com/index.php/1/1840-why-drivers-in-china-intentionally-kill-the-pedestrians-they-hit


Multiple life sentences by James Mother Fucking Randi !lwriJ94kMg - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 05:12:34 EST ID:v1cO2LOv No.44577 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Just read up on James Holmes (Aurora Movie theater shooter) getting 12 life sentences at 3,318 years with out the possibility of parole.

I never understood the point of giving some one more than one life sentence. It just seems silly to me. Could some one here explain it to me?
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Nigel Finningwirk - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 05:55:26 EST ID:YNcyUHni No.44582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44581
*hundreds or thousands
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Basil Bibblecocke - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 17:18:48 EST ID:Km+BIWAt No.44583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it depends on what state youre in, a life sentence could just mean 20 years
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Nell Mullerdene - Wed, 02 Sep 2015 17:22:44 EST ID:5h9JqKIN No.44584 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44577

maybe we are just a comic book universe and in the far future James Holmes gets decryo'ed after a 3k year stint and becomes the villian in a new batman brain simulation(future movie technology)
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Fanny Sicklewater - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 04:05:27 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44583
Federal prison means sentence as sentenced, no parole. A life sentence by the state could mean 40 years, usually 40. But one could have parole hearings every 3 years. Or every year for that matter.
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Fanny Sicklewater - Thu, 03 Sep 2015 05:31:38 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44586 Ignore Report Quick Reply
More than one sentence/prosecution is not uncommon of crimes resulting from a single act or result of crimes. If deemed guilty of each crime, one can be found guilty of each crime and sentenced for each crime.

So penalties may apply to each crime. Hence in this deal prosecuted and convicted
for each individual crime.

At times though crimes may be combined as one, or multiple crimes as one. In this case
there is no reason to treat each aspect of the crimes as combined crimes. As each incident
were unique, even though they were one combined incident.


Under what circumstances can you be Baker acted? by Eugene Heckletire - Wed, 26 Aug 2015 09:13:05 EST ID:ckVqHIv6 No.44552 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi I live in Fla and my family is becoming very concerned with my behavior. I currently get social security for bipolar disorder and my family pays for some of my expenses for my apt while I wait for section 8 housing. I've stopped interacting with my family/ friends and they are concerned with my disinterest in work. Some of my medical assistants are suggesting I might have negative-schizophrenia or schizotypal. I haven't harmed myself or anybody else and I really don't want to subject myself to the pschward.

Also before anyone asks I'm not trying to extort my family. It was their idea to help with finances to make me a higher priority for government housing and see if it would curve my behavior.
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Caroline Chizzlechon - Sat, 29 Aug 2015 15:54:49 EST ID:ckVqHIv6 No.44566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44564
I live on my own. I'm not a minor but am still on my mother's insurance which does permit them certain power if I remember. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder as a child, which is why I have ssi. So that might give them leverage. I don't feel the need to go to therapy it's only heightened my oblong behavior. I get lonely but I'm so anal and sensitive that being around others causes me frustration/anger or I emotionally fold in fear. I haven't hurt anyone or self inflicted harm. My dad is more lenient with my behavior but my mom and her family holds to a very nuclear family/ white picket fence standards. I'm a social hermit not a mence. I used to have a nurse that would come to my defense but she switched jobs for better insurance. I have screamed at my mother before but she harasses me and provokes religiously out of resentment or "tough love" I don't know.
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Phoebe Crabberwill - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 01:33:05 EST ID:5jGSDw9r No.44567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
holy shit. you must have a really good disability attorney.
Every angsty teenager is "bi-polar". How the hell do you get paid for it?
inb4 you act like your emotional pain is something no other person could understand.

Also fuck you for leeching off of your parents.
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Nigel Fugglefoot - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 14:15:41 EST ID:ckVqHIv6 No.44569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44567
I didn't want to leech off my parents. Was their idea. I protested but section 8 housing was full in my area and it would be more difficult to move on the wait list. I was diagnosed after I tried to hang myself at 11. (The base from which I tried to latch to wasn't solid.) My family has a history of mental illness. My grandfather has bipolar to the point where he can't work. My father has extremely high anxiety depression. He hasn't been able to hold a job in years but refuses financial aid. One my other family members is an alcoholic with PTSD and my aunt hung herself.
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Nigel Fugglefoot - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 14:39:48 EST ID:ckVqHIv6 No.44570 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44569
Sorry. To be fair, I have been to multiple therapists since I was 8 and even had child services sent to my house once. My family has a history of "good ol boys/girls" marrying those that you might stamp dysfunctional. Which produces a terrible framework. I've never thrived in therapy or been open to change my ways. But I think they may have just diagnosed me with bipolar at such a young age due to family history and being safe considering I was still in maturation.
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Whitey Sandlehit - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 09:27:01 EST ID:83BhQicN No.44579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44552
Sounds like we're in the same boat, OP.
except my family and friends put me in hospitals or I ended up going unwillingly without them knowing for a couple days to a week


Yet another drug testing thread.. by Samuel Dappersud - Wed, 19 Nov 2014 19:14:20 EST ID:QSkteKyy No.43635 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So, riddle me this.
A job wants to drug test me prior to hiring.
They've got that right, unfortunately, right?
So they hand me a cup and tell me to piss in it.
Do i have to right to say, "No, sir! I will not submit to a urine screen! I find it degrading!
However, I will submit to a blood test"
Because i smoked reefer about a week and a half ago and I need this job. \
tl;dr Can I request a different form of pre-employment drug test, so long as i'm take a test?
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Basil Pivinglock - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 09:43:56 EST ID:sq7MN2u4 No.44126 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43635
>However, I will submit to a blood test
Assuming they don't withdraw their hiring offer for being an asshat, what does this accomplish, blood tests have a longer test range than piss tests.
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Ghengis Dong - Wed, 15 Apr 2015 13:06:57 EST ID:DIBa7XSE No.44127 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43635
Idiot, blood tests will confirm that you have thc-metabolite in your body for significantly longer than any piss-test and can't be diluted, faked, or otherwise tampered with.

This is all besides the fact that being an inconvenience will all but guarrantee they'll pick somebody who isn't a pain in their ass for the position.

Are you getting your first Summer-job at the water-park or some shit? You sound like a kid
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Oliver Niggerwater - Sun, 19 Apr 2015 15:47:32 EST ID:NYYcx4+i No.44130 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>43635

Ive gotten several jobs after taking tests I've presumed to fail.
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Jack Puffingbetch - Wed, 05 Aug 2015 13:49:32 EST ID:NlWdT6pR No.44509 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44130

Sometimes they don't give a shit if they find that you smoke weed, they're more concerned with finding out whether you're a cokehead or on the horse
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Ernest Padgespear - Sun, 30 Aug 2015 23:47:40 EST ID:U6aHttmO No.44572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Get fake pee from a smoke shop


Involuntary Commitment and Human Rights Violations? by Phyllis Pockwill - Wed, 20 May 2015 17:14:16 EST ID:Rws++HgS No.44225 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi there /law/

A friend of mine may or may not have been involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital after a court hearing. I've called the State bureau of mental health and human services, which is the psychiatric directory and have been told that they cannot confirm or deny whether he is being involuntarily held inside one of these facilities.

He expressed concerns of being targeted by an organized crime group which has attempted to blame him for certain things and I'm aware that the mental health loophole of being able to put someone in one of these places involuntarily and have it kept a secret from the public due to the HIPAA is sometimes exploited by unethical individuals in bureaucratic positions.

My question to you is how can I get around this loophole and possibly bring this to attention as a human rights violation? Regardless of whether my friend is in this situation, the fact that this loophole exists is disturbing.

What are my options?

What are your opinions on involuntary commitment and secrecy of what is essentially a prison sentence in everything but name due to HIPAA? Is this unethical considering the highly subjective nature of psychiatric diagnoses?
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Sophie Sunderfuck - Sun, 31 May 2015 02:36:53 EST ID:ZoxT3WUY No.44256 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44254
Mental hospitals exist. Are you and your friend deviants, as in drug users, gangbbangers, etc? His family may be lying to you to keep you away from him so he can get well. We literally just got my junkie sister commited today, and she's got a 72 hour mandatory hold, if the place feels as if she is a threat to herself or others, (she is, as she is an IV drug user) they can keep her for as long as THEY deem fit.
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Esther Clammerkeg - Tue, 02 Jun 2015 01:03:48 EST ID:sq7MN2u4 No.44261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44254
I don't mean this to be a message of condescension, but based on your specific concerns and the way you have been phrasing much of this conversation, you come off as being mentally ill. I base this only on a handful of people I know who have been diagnosed with mental illnesses, but if you come off in real life as you do in your text it is likely that the family is intentionally saying they don't no where their child is to you in order to keep you from disrupting his treatment. Your friend may have been committed involuntarily, but even so his rights are not being violated, but rather protected by restricting visitations and inquiries into his status. If he was involuntarily committed, this was probably done to help him, with either a family member or medical professional believing he poses a legitimate danger to himself or those around him.
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Samuel Cosslesag - Wed, 17 Jun 2015 16:15:38 EST ID:or6Ke+KJ No.44316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44225
Reading through this mess I'd say pokerface his parents and ask them if they think their son would be better off without seeing you. If they get uneasy, "I hope you're doing what's best for him" will yield a veredict. If they aren't hiding him you'll come off as a dick, but don't worry, that didn't stop me from answering.
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Nigger Ferryfuck - Thu, 18 Jun 2015 11:52:47 EST ID:U6aHttmO No.44320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How long has he been in there? They usually only hold you for 72 hours
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Hedda Binderlock - Sat, 29 Aug 2015 08:56:48 EST ID:wQP8IhJ1 No.44565 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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OP here their entire family is fucking mental found this thread later

They all accused me of being an undercover cop and started threatening me with some kind of mob connection.


Smoking Bans by Nathaniel Cinnerlock - Sun, 12 Jul 2015 16:37:37 EST ID:w2w0K0tj No.44402 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Smoking bans are enacted in my apartment complex, wherein we're all designated to smoke at the entrance of the complex. The smokers are perched there as if it were statues at the entrance of a temple. If I'm out there watching the neighborhood, and its a crime not to report activity - am I not on duty to any extent? Can i be compensated from anything to tax cuts or royalties from the apartment?

It may seem like a desperate grab for money, but I'm sick evaluating suspicious activity when I would like to have a quick break.
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Priscilla Darringfoot - Fri, 07 Aug 2015 20:35:41 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44517 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44476
Well good luck evaluating. Especially the confrontation aspect.

As we used to say to people like this, laugh and fuuuck you.

Street smarts, you gotta have em.
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George Durrybury - Sat, 08 Aug 2015 07:47:12 EST ID:qSw4baCn No.44520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44476
It's hard to give you a serious answer because your whole line of reasoning seems delusional; there is no case in which you are going to get compensation for this. It sounds like the kind of plot 12 year olds come up with that they are sure will get them rich. The world just doesn't work this way and to be honestly you come off as a bit out of touch with reality.

I am assuming you're not professionally trained in security and the building manager probably sees what you're doing as more of a liability than any benefit since if you get hurt trying to protect the building you could try and sue them. If the building wanted a security guard they would hire a professional in an official capacity.

The same goes for the local authorities. If you go around trying to stop crime you could find yourself arrested; cops don't like vigilantes because they get themselves hurt, can needlessly escalate situations, may destroy evidence or otherwise obstruct justice, and are just generally in the way.

As for 'mandatory reporting', if there is such, then more than likely it applies to everyone which nulls your claim. How are you any more entitled just because your habit forces you to be outdoors? Should all joggers also be compensated, what about people with dogs, or people who have to leave their homes to go to work?
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Hedda Fuckingman - Sat, 08 Aug 2015 18:43:46 EST ID:j6cYZyBb No.44521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44520

I see your point, and somewhere in there is my answer.

All you gotta do as apartment manager is make a jogging path that circles the establishment and put smoking shelters at lot entryways. Post up grass on blind spots for their dog owners. And it takes a roundabout drive to leave for work. I think we're on to something here
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Nathaniel Dronkinnetch - Sat, 08 Aug 2015 20:59:12 EST ID:eB40hfXG No.44522 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>44520
We had a community police people, freaking idiots. Although it was not really lawful to post flyers on telephone poles or whatever, they would rip these down and tear them up like they were some moronic force to be reckoned with. And just leave the flyers to blow around the streets, littering. Which made the streets look worse than they actually were minutes before. Small business owners and everybody else picked them up.

I guess to say that they saw the flyers as part of the 'element.' However posters policed themselves and would remove outdated flyers and certainly not even remotely throw them in the streets.

I asked or told the overextending overzealous mindless group, mostly towards the head bitch when I saw this a second time, something like, ever hear of a trash can, do you know what a trash can is, there is one right there. Needless to say they all started walking away, kinda bumping into each other, seeming dazed-like or something.
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Phoebe Wittingsedging - Sat, 22 Aug 2015 13:39:35 EST ID:wQP8IhJ1 No.44548 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I like your line of reasoning OP and think it's a shame it is really such a foreign concept to anyone with that oh so dull thing called common sense.

Then again is the monetization of justice not the root of all evil?


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