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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?
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.
Caroline Hudgesadge - Sat, 11 Feb 2017 13:52:59 EST ID:LG7TQpFl No.45723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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.
Jenny Lighthall - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 22:45:26 EST ID:iQgrmD6f No.45720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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.
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.


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?
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
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
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.


>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
>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.
Lillian Hacklewater - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 00:06:22 EST ID:V33ehNk0 No.45709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>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.
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
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.
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?
Cyril Bredgewater - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 03:32:50 EST ID:DYI+0dHA No.45692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not in the US.
Lydia Foshham - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 15:27:34 EST ID:45huNpiF No.45693 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Long as you properly own all the shit involved.
Jack Miblingwill - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 23:24:21 EST ID:nJfAN+NJ No.45708 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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'?
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.
Cedric Duvingwell - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 16:04:42 EST ID:45huNpiF No.45689 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nope. Same as a jaywalking or parking ticket.
Lydia Crashham - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 16:23:49 EST ID:5qMDumVC No.45690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I am going through a court process though. My court date is next week.
Barnaby Secklewater - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 04:22:46 EST ID:AXoTj1zI No.45698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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

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.

Corporate Law by Nell Brookfoot - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 21:29:03 EST ID:rHRgCDWm No.45683 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hail /law/,

I have a question.

I signed a Non-Compete Agreement with my company WAFFLE DINGLE, Inc. when I first started. Later WAFFLE DINGLE, Inc. was purchased by venture capitalists. At this point it became WAFFLE DINGLE LLC. .

Now correct me if I'm wrong, but I signed an agreement with WAFFLE DINGLE Inc. It became WAFFLE DINGLE LLC. Do I still have to honor the agreement? Does WAFFLE DINLGE Inc. still exist even though it became WAFFLE DINGLE LLC.?

Not that a Non-Compete is even enforcible in IL right now.

Anywho, is that a valid argument?
Edwin Hissleville - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 03:57:43 EST ID:DYI+0dHA No.45685 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Unless there was a clause stating otherwise, or some provision of employment law, you can safely assume that your contract can be freely assigned/transferred.
Nell Brookfoot - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 09:45:19 EST ID:rHRgCDWm No.45686 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dunno, I had an agreement with company A when I decided to work for them. But when company B acquired company A, I began working at company B which I never agreed to work for under a certain set of conditions. I don't see why company B should have the rights to the same terms I agreed to with company A, as I did not agree to uphold any of these covenants with company B.

I'm not a filing cabinet to be purchased and moved at a whim.

I'm actually seeing alot of arguments in favor of the proletariat in these situations.
Cedric Duvingwell - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 13:10:06 EST ID:45huNpiF No.45687 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pretty much all that stuff is transferred during sales.

What they CAN'T do is hold you to the standards of the LLC non-compete. Meaning that, say the NC you signed was for one year. The LLC folks can enforce that one year, but they can't say, "Well, now you work for the LLC, so the real time period is two years."
They CAN ask that you sign a new LLC though to change the terms if they need to.
Sidney Climblemack - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 14:45:55 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45688 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I'm not a filing cabinet to be purchased and moved at a whim.

you're not. You're a human being and can quit your job and be in no worse position then if you quit your job with the entity your contracted with.

Suing the Police by Henry Blunderhere - Wed, 07 Dec 2016 06:02:29 EST ID:Rb3WCeO3 No.45637 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Basically I want to sue the Police department in another city for negligence.
I live in another city but its within the same County.
What do you guys suggest?
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Samuel Tillingridge - Fri, 23 Dec 2016 00:05:00 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45666 Ignore Report Quick Reply
well I'll take the two coherent sentences out of that

>negligence in terms of law can carry a lot of weight. Right.

Not when you're suing the cops. there's basically one scenario that works, and it's almost never the case.

>I assume you are the same person that always defends police

In here, no. Professionally, yes.

Also I was a prosecutor before I was a defense attorney, but I'm not really sure what that second sentence was supposed to say because you write like an idiot.
Polly Mushtit - Sun, 01 Jan 2017 12:49:15 EST ID:ufCezW1K No.45673 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No big deal. I love law.
Ian Cusslebanks - Tue, 03 Jan 2017 02:59:59 EST ID:+wTHFocC No.45674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you have not looked into say police defense attorneys. Shit can be picked apart at every turn. But the methodology, All attorneys have this, which makes them unique to their practice. Generally police back police. So a seasoned, cops learn their defenses, by default.

If you are the kid who worked in the DA's office from past posting; by default
you are/were always against people asking if a lawsuit possible, or how to proceed in pursing a case.

Dynamic? many areas of law. You know any attorney can jump from practice to practice. As you say criminal defense, part of which is criminal defense of LE,
You have a lot of horsepower being you if you are good.

Mistake would be asking you for law advice. Even online. If person threw you a real scenario, he posed a could-be. Which as you know is a foundation is litigation, defense, and the other scenario. Practices in law.

As most attorneys say, good luck.
Augustus Shittingstock - Thu, 05 Jan 2017 12:49:02 EST ID:TlX+lmlh No.45678 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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They're basically trying to build a case against for crimes I didn't commit. They're using electronic surveillance against me in order to assist in their case. As far as I'm concerned they're using my interest in expensive cars, fragrance, electronics and expensive homes as a "reasonable indication" that I may be a potential terrorist/criminal. I also have an interest in technical subjects such as computer programming, aircraft, military subjects, and others but it's only as a hobby. I also study history and write alternate history scenarios. They also keep tabs on my porn habits.

I know but I can't prove that they've contacted my employers without my permission. I know that they've contacted potential employers without my permission in order to make it difficult for me to attain employment. I know they've tried to become involved in my education without my permission;all educational records are protected by FIRPA regulations. I know that they've become involved in my family life and my personal life.

However I can't prove any of it. But if they decide to file charges against me or harass me further I will sue them in Federal Court. Because LAPD has a history of corruption and blatant violations of the law.

Isabella Trotwater - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 08:09:29 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Unless the 9th circuit has some weird rule (I'm in the 11th) if they get probable cause you're going to have a hard time with a civil rights suit for false arrest or malicious prosecution.

Generally bad searches only have the remedy of suppression.

Copyright shit by James Gendlefore - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 02:24:49 EST ID:adsKHKQV No.45679 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So let's say I watch this one movie, and I found it to be absolute dogshit and a huge waste of potential. Let's say that it makes me so autist that I want to write like a book or something that involves the same concept that the movie. It's not a complete remake or something, but more like "inspired." Kind of like how Babylon 5 and Star Trek are similar but their own different thing.

Let's say the original creators of the movie I hate catch wind of this project I'm working on. What could I do to protect myself from being sued to death from them?
David Fuckingway - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 04:15:58 EST ID:HH5Qxc6P No.45680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not copy any trademarks, text, or characters. Like you can have a Spock, but he can't be Spock in name or all but name.

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