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Court reporting by Betsy Dimmerforth - Thu, 01 Dec 2016 13:11:47 EST ID:6HYelcHc No.45629 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I was thinking about going to school for stenography. I know court reporters make good money. My aunt makes 6 digits as one. Im 22 l, was wondering if anyone had experience in this field, advice etc.
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Phoebe Pickbury - Thu, 01 Dec 2016 15:18:58 EST ID:T0d1l+5P No.45630 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, your aunt.
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Priscilla Pivinglock - Thu, 01 Dec 2016 17:23:44 EST ID:2nkDgqsh No.45631 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Your aunt. I mean what are the chances that we a merry band of lowlifes would know anything about stenography.
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Sophie Pucklebury - Mon, 05 Dec 2016 15:50:31 EST ID:L7KxdZYE No.45635 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Start learning shorthand. You're going to need extensive training in it.
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Beatrice Breshstetch - Mon, 05 Dec 2016 16:02:45 EST ID:2r7yEDcB No.45636 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45635
I didn't know there was a standard form of shorthand.
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Cornelius Pibblestitch - Sat, 10 Dec 2016 12:33:59 EST ID:5dreFS/W No.45645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shorthand
If you go to uni your library has a book or two on one of the more common forms. Get cracking.


Gay Marriage by Nell Blythespear - Fri, 11 Nov 2016 10:42:01 EST ID:NAqaMqZ/ No.45598 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Now that trumps elected...

I'm gay. But I am not married. Do i have sufficient stake to sue the federal government to repeal their supreme court decision and restore the sanctity of marriage?
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Samuel Girringwater - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 00:30:10 EST ID:2RW26UXj No.45600 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45598
Process, look how many years for, whatever. Seek your local lgbt
community for help. Valiant things have happened. I believe our
state allows marriage as such, never did anybody harm.
It is it's there, no harm. Check out local groups.

Answer to question, why not? Trump is gay, a weird gay.
Notice, a flamboyant persona? Youtube it. Bi at best.

He will not the anti-homosexual. He has possibly
his words. He has no power, authority to control
fed gov. Nor Local powers. The people do.
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Reuben Susslebodge - Thu, 17 Nov 2016 02:44:58 EST ID:YnC2ubzU No.45603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45598
Trump never said he was going to do anything about gays. The only thing he stated was that the current system the Supreme Court has in place is good enough.
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Reuben Minnernane - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 18:22:06 EST ID:EpqQcmz+ No.45627 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45603

He didn't say anything directly, no.

What he has said is that he would do a lot to restore "Freedom of religion" and states rights, and we all know what people really mean when they talk that way in America. They mean rolling back gay rights and restoring the freedom to discriminate (Which a lot of red states already have in the ability to refuse employment and housing to people on the basis of sexuality).

In short, he doesn't have to do anything directly related to gays. All he has to do is allow states to do so. The same way Obama instructed the DOJ not to pursue marijuana charges in recreational/medical states, Trump can instruct his DOJ not to pursue any cases against those who may violate federal statutes or case-law when it comes to certain issues.
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Nell Sembleville - Thu, 08 Dec 2016 13:20:13 EST ID:Yhz4KtAR No.45640 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45627
Being president is in large part about keeping good pr going. Especially since you have to run again to stay there. All things considered what you're talking about, what ops talking about? These are legally unlikely scenarios. Hypothetical that could have people affected negatively? It sound like borderline fear mongering. I would say not to jump to a worst case scenario type idea right away based on assumptions here.
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Rebecca Clayshit - Thu, 08 Dec 2016 23:09:24 EST ID:jMsjNZxD No.45641 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45603
He is gay/bisexual. any Republicans are gay. Larry whats his name, whatever the case, he will appoint any person that does not reflect social values that this country is supposed to represent. He speaks of states rights, whuch means more Bshit from the right. States rights, how about the peoples rights. This country is now fucked, it is as abnormal on the politically right as any of the most fucked up regimes in the world. Few countries have as bad leadrship as trump and his crooked corrupt spiritually immoral people he seeks to surround him.


New Identity by Shit Huffingpick - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 20:53:54 EST ID:TtiDJUHT No.45604 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm working on creating a new strawman ie; passport,drivers license,academic record,financial records. I'm not asking for advice on how to attain such documents. I'm inquiring as to the legal consequences of getting caught using such documents. I have no intention of using stolen documents, only false documents or those attained from corrupt officials. I inquiring particularly in regards to the legal consequences withing the European Union,United States, and Canada.
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Samuel Braffinghit - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 07:21:13 EST ID:lZtFHH7T No.45625 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45604
If they can make a real history that is basically foolproof then great, if yoy have never been arrested even better. Likely very little as far as consequences. You would surely be detained for a while. If they cannot verify your identity you would be held until they do. So make sure it's right from the beginning for whatever ventures you a doing.
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David Drommlewater - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 21:40:04 EST ID:sMYt4o1U No.45628 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45626
If you are trying to clear yourself of your past, depending on the time passed and the money you have look into crime expunging. Could maybe save you some grief and tons of felonies. Again, once you are in the system, it is hard to stay different under it if you get what I'm saying.

You may want to look into setting up some false LLC if you aren't super broke. You can really mask tons of shit about your direct identity through one and it be "legal." I know some felons who set up a shitty LLC and run tons of paperwork through closeby states and all that shit making everything incredibly convoluted and difficult to follow. Technically is all legal but it is a good bit more expensive.
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Ernest Billingfield - Fri, 02 Dec 2016 21:17:14 EST ID:hFMQ799M No.45632 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45628
Any insights on how to do that?
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George Sabblestone - Sat, 03 Dec 2016 04:31:14 EST ID:VaWIad/z No.45633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45626
>>if yoy have never been arrested even better.

>Unfortunately that isnt the case.

My point was that, If one has been arrested in theUS there is an NICIC database? It scans fingerprints, it may or may not pick up on somebody's
prints but the arrest history is there. Seen it enough times.
So if no arrest success would be far better

If somebody can acquire a birth certificate they can get a social security card, an ID, drivers license, etc. That is basically the main link is a birth certificate.

Hope I could help more. Some figure ways to acquire these. Seems DMVs fingerprint people these days, at times their systems go down, eh? If it's not electronic the better. Scout around a bit maybe. See what things look like.

Research is all I can say. I have a relative who has been existing for years, air travel etc. Just under a fictitious name it seems. But he's paranoid yet sticks out like crazy, lives in a small one of those weird towns where drugs, barfights, etc.
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Ernest Puttingbatch - Mon, 05 Dec 2016 00:12:41 EST ID:trRf6tod No.45634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45633
I will agree, most paranoid cats suck at hiding in plain sight. The gray man is real and is the true way of hiding.


Regarding jobs. by Augustus Driblingham - Sat, 26 Nov 2016 01:37:11 EST ID:sMYt4o1U No.45611 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Anyone here ever worked a "legal" job where you pay taxes and fill all the forms and shit?

What is required on applications rather than what is listed? Are SSN's required to work a legal job? How does contracted work, work? Do smaller family businesses operate with less intrusion like say a massive corporation that would pay private firms for background checks and investigative practices for employment?

When you are single, poor and have nearly no possessions and make near minimum wage, how hard is filing taxes?

Is being completely off the "radar" so to speak a sure way to never get a job outside of small stores that aren't national chains? Such as the absence of a social media presence? What "extracurricular" shit is required? Such as mailing addresses, emails, phone numbers etc?

Basically, what all bullshit would someone need to go through to get a job after being homeless and without any credit history, permanent address, email, computers/internet/cellphone etc?

Are there any forms of jobs you can work without paying into 401(k) whatever that is, social security, healthcare etc? What of these are mandated? I won't live long enough to see any benefits from pensions, retirement, social security and all that shit. How does one not pay it? Or is that just jail time like everything else?

>Not really related but can you get a Drivers License in GA/FLA/SC without a permanent address and proof of residency? Is vehicle insurance required to get a tag or is it mandated and not a fine for not having like health insurance?

Thanks in advanced. Regards from a bum who never lived in society essentially. Not sure what this picture is lol
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Eliza Nullerwock - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 01:08:39 EST ID:sMYt4o1U No.45619 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45617
I don't really mind the taxes and shit, that doesn't bother me so much as the profile you get built when you decide to contribute to society and work a job. I don't maintain a steady address, don't have a phone/email/cell phone/social media and I drift around a good bit. I'm hesitant to do all this shit mostly because it is a huge investment that will take a month or more of complacency and idleness to pull in a return after getting all this shit in order and I don't care to maintain all that nonsense.

In addition, I'm sure it won't look good for a job just doing 2 months of work, vanishing to another town and starting again. I can't help but imagine that all this stuff is recorded and indexed at some 3rd party job approval/filtering firm.

I'm so cautious about starting all this shit. It is like the whole "game" is set up so you stick in 1-2 spots for your life and work the same job until you get old as fuck and spend 5 years "retired" and crippled and unable to do shit. I hate sitting around and fucking off. I've done oddjobs before to scrounge by and always end up running around like I'm on coke getting everything done in an instance. I'm sure an hourly job is far from conducive for this. Especially when most of these jobs are no benefit for hustling. So much paperwork involved. Thanks for the info though.
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Nicholas Higgleman - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 06:41:42 EST ID:nFdYrXUQ No.45620 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45619
>I don't really mind the taxes and shit, that doesn't bother me so much as the profile you get built when you decide to contribute to society and work a job. I don't maintain a steady address, don't have a phone/email/cell phone/social media and I drift around a good bit. I'm hesitant to do all this shit mostly because it is a huge investment that will take a month or more of complacency and idleness to pull in a return after getting all this shit in order and I don't care to maintain all that nonsense.

Are you an actual drifter, or just underground?

>In addition, I'm sure it won't look good for a job just doing 2 months of work, vanishing to another town and starting again. I can't help but imagine that all this stuff is recorded and indexed at some 3rd party job approval/filtering firm.

Why do you have to drift from town to town. That seems pretty extreme even if youre in a somewhat fucked situation.

>I'm so cautious about starting all this shit. It is like the whole "game" is set up so you stick in 1-2 spots for your life and work the same job until you get old as fuck and spend 5 years "retired" and crippled and unable to do shit. I hate sitting around and fucking off. I've done oddjobs before to scrounge by and always end up running around like I'm on coke getting everything done in an instance. I'm sure an hourly job is far from conducive for this. Especially when most of these jobs are no benefit for hustling. So much paperwork involved. Thanks for the info though.

I'd say a desk job is what you're suited for. This hourly shit isn't for everyone.
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Eliza Nullerwock - Mon, 28 Nov 2016 10:44:46 EST ID:sMYt4o1U No.45621 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45620
>Are you an actual drifter, or just underground?
I dunno both? I realize that the future is not suited whatsoever to people like me and I know I either have to fold to it or live homeless and on the underground side of life I guess so maybe both? I have a very mild obsession with secrecy and maybe some pseudo cult kinda bullshit to the more superstitious among us. I'm also a fucking weirdo and don't fit in well with people. There are the types that "aren't just the typical guy/girl" and then there are the people who end up starring off into space and babbling forgetting where they are if not constantly pushing and moving towards things. I'm the latter much to my chagrin I suppose. Drifting suits me wonderfully though.


>Why do you have to drift from town to town. That seems pretty extreme even if youre in a somewhat fucked situation.
See above. I don't "have" to but people are snakes and I prefer to keep them around for a short time before changing them out to new ones. Plus I live for new scenery. I grew up in a tiny town homeschooled so it was the same exact thing for days. Sit at home alone, in silence and wait for parents to get home so I could eat and then go to sleep. Repeat. I'm now to the point if I don't have near constant audio stimulation I'll get mildly freaked out. The white noise of being outside is chill as fuck. I'd rather sleep next to a highway than in a silent dark room for example. Plus there is always the option to disconnect, the freedom is about as much as you can get. When you are on the road, only you and you alone can control the situation. Fate is up to you and I love that concept. I guess psychologically I'm running from my problems but I'm doing what I love so fuck a therapist.

>I'd say a desk job is what you're suited for. This hourly shit isn't for everyone.
No thanks. A desk job sees about the fastest way to suicide to be honest. I don't see how anyone can stand that shit. I know what you mean by suggesting it though. The trait of running around endlessly getting shit "done" isn't common. Maybe I should trade stocks or flip houses or something like that…
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Samuel Gonnerkot - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 20:16:13 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45611
Without a social you can't work anywhere with more than 10 employees in Georgia. I'm not sure about SC or FL, but for Alabama you need a social for any work.

Filing taxes when you're single and poor is real easy when you don't make above the filing requirement because you won't have to file any taxes. I think that number is about 10K for this year.

No job can require you to pay into a 401k. social secuirty you have to pay into if you have an income. healthcare is a tax penalty if you don't have insurance. If you don't have a refund, you won't have a penalty.

You're not getting a drivers license without a SSN.
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Archie Pockridge - Tue, 29 Nov 2016 22:03:48 EST ID:sMYt4o1U No.45623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45622
Cool, thanks.

After research, it would seem that homelessness is a permanent condition in the US. God damn, everything is set up to fuck you if you don't have an address. Can't get a license without and address, can't get a job without a license, get get a tag/insurance without a license, can't get a job without proof of address and a phone number for most places.

Sheeeeit. Think I'll just live on the road and shoot myself when my teeth cause sepsis

I encourage people to really dig into what you do when you are homeless. Apparently some states issue DL to homeless but you have to be residing at a homeless shelter. If you haven't been homeless before, I'd have to tell you how bad of a fucking idea homeless shelters are. Apparently doing mail forwarding is getting in a grey area where it technically is illegal but not necessarily not ish?

>Kinda wondering how all these "Mexicans" in Cali are doing it being illegal immigrants.

Doesn't seem possible living here in the good ole U.S. of A. without being under someone's corporate or bureaucratic thumb.

>>45622
I'd imagine even part time, with minimum wage, 10k is getting close to filing levels. Besides, I'd rather be homeless than work for 10k a year. Especially if I have to keep a house/rent payment. How could you even legally eat at that level?
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Info Dilemma by William Fobberhudge - Mon, 14 Nov 2016 23:04:04 EST ID:j6cYZyBb No.45601 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sketchy father, makes decent money - bad with credit. Asks for SSN for a life insurance policy at a new job at some different state.

I guess i'm really curious about a workaround for the situation. Like a savings bond? I dont know, I'm on the fence for this garbage. I figure he's either trying to take my identity for something sketchy, or trying to test my trust or some weird shit.

Or.. what bad could come of giving it to him?

Thanks.


Insurance & Collision (Virginia, USA) by Frustrated Fred - Wed, 09 Nov 2016 12:01:58 EST ID:SKwFieMi No.45594 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I appreciate anyone who could give me some insight into the matter.

I left my place of employment approximately 1.5 weeks ago to drive home after my shift. It was late, between 12 AM and 1 AM. I am sitting at an intersection and the traffic light for me turns green. I begin to drive through the intersection and another driver tbones my car. It turned out to be an Uber driver (who is privately insured by Geico) with passengers in his car. Apparently, because he was transporting customers, any claims have to be made through a seperate insurance company that I have not been able to contact yet. This is what Geico, his car insurance people, has told me after finding out he was driving commercially. For the record I'm with State Farm.

To complicate the matter, I have been working with Geico this entire time. My car was totaled in the accident, so Geico suggested I sign away the title so they could junk it. I did so and immediately after this they informed me of the nature of insuring their client and that since he _was_ driving commercially there is nothing further that they could do for me and that I would now have to contact Uber for whatever solution I can get.

Because of the nature of the collision paramedics and police had to be called to the scene for the injured parties, me included. I've actually been prescribed pain medication to make the lacerations I sustained manageable while I work my physically intensive, from which I have had to take reduced hours.

Now I seem to be stuck, as my insurance company hasn't seemed to put any effort forward in helping me.

I don't see any other option than to take the uber driver to court, and at the same time it seems like something highly illegal is going on here. How is it that Geico only informed me of their lack of coverage regarding the uber driver after I had signed away my car.

I appreciate any and all help!
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Frustrated Fred - Wed, 09 Nov 2016 12:05:12 EST ID:SKwFieMi No.45595 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>work my physically intensive [job], from
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Albert Bobblelone - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 07:09:32 EST ID:JgrhRLWY No.45597 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Dude it's been a week and a half


international crimininal record by George Sezzlehedge - Fri, 04 Nov 2016 17:25:28 EST ID:NTVPwyL1 No.45586 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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made this thread on random and was told to go here :)

If i travel to australia on a tourist visa from scandinavia and commit drug offences i.e get busted with amounts of drugs high enough to be considered a sales amount(once in in the country, not a smuggler), does the conviction that follows show up on my scandinavian criminal record?
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Phyllis Hullyridge - Fri, 04 Nov 2016 18:20:43 EST ID:ItD4lz/7 No.45587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Australia is probably one of the hardest countries to smuggle shit into like that don't be a fucking idiot.
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George Sezzlehedge - Fri, 04 Nov 2016 18:22:18 EST ID:NTVPwyL1 No.45588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45587
im not a smuggler, im wondering about being busted with drugs once im there
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Cedric Chiffingford - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 16:09:11 EST ID:pyVSRWup No.45590 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45586
probably yes
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Shitting Sunnerpack - Wed, 09 Nov 2016 15:35:06 EST ID:41WVIfwd No.45596 Ignore Report Quick Reply
fuck it no who cares


Harassment by Cedric Chiffingford - Sat, 05 Nov 2016 16:06:22 EST ID:pyVSRWup No.45589 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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UK here.

My next door neighbour is on a 2 year licence for armed robbery.
Recently he has been making my life very difficult.

He was charged last month with 2 counts of wasteful employment of police and 1 of communication conveying false info.

He rang police alleging there was a man with a gun on the street, armed police attended at an address up the road and then I was visited and gave a witness statement as He gave my details as the caller.

Over the past few days I have received threats of violence from the man on social media which I have reported to the police.

My question is, how can he be removed? has he broken his licence at all?
The police are telling me to dial 999 if he approaches me and I am waiting for a call back to arrange an interview at a station, which I hope I can be escorted to.
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Phoebe Honeyville - Sun, 06 Nov 2016 02:44:03 EST ID:7+QTp73r No.45591 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>The police are telling me to dial 999 if he approaches me
No it's a new number: 0118 999 881 999 119 7253
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Phineas Piblingham - Mon, 07 Nov 2016 05:18:22 EST ID:BdxeygMu No.45592 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>45591
Isnt that the number for pirate videos????
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Hamilton Buzzville - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 19:29:06 EST ID:Hua+OjVm No.45676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Buy a dog?


Burner phones in australia by Henry Wimblestone - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 19:57:43 EST ID:hQ0qnoyd No.45565 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Yo, not sure if its the right place for this but i need to find out how to get a "burner" phone in australia. I do some dodgy stuff and think the popo are on my trail. I know there is identification stuff you need when registering the sim card like a drivers license or medicare number. Whats the best path for me to go down? find an old sim card, or use fake details.. but then thats fraud and a whole new charge hahaha. Has anyone had any experience in this before?
Cheers
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Jenny Blackdock - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 03:19:20 EST ID:GjQVtkoi No.45566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45565
You should know how to fugure this out, order one. Aus my not allow these,
don't know. I believe the right-winger part of US congress pursued to make these illegal at one time.
https://duckduckgo.com/html/?q=throw%20away%20phones
Kinda like prepaid phone cards I would guess.,
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Augustus Gungerwore - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 17:15:59 EST ID:NI2HhCqf No.45567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
stop doing dodgy stuff. if you are making bank the jail time isnt worth it. if you arent making hands over fist in dollars the legal fees wont be worth it. just cut it out.
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Jenny Blackdock - Wed, 19 Oct 2016 17:24:55 EST ID:GjQVtkoi No.45568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45567
On the other hand, keep all profits totally separate, hidden. Keep whatever drugs,
at different places. Not all in one basket. All in all, getting caught is not good.
So learn the shit or be in a place where you loose everything you made.
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Albert Fillyforth - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 17:28:54 EST ID:EpqQcmz+ No.45583 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Buy them in cash. Don't buy them from the place down the block, go somewhere else to get them.
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Cornelius Clenningpad - Tue, 08 Nov 2016 13:16:19 EST ID:pyVSRWup No.45593 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45565
what do you consider a burner?
pre paid phones are all over aus, I literally just googled that shit and testra and optus straight away.
or do you mean a sim free phone? cos then you just get said cheap phone (car boots if youre really prang) and order a free sim to work.

the questions youre asking make me think youve just started a simple weed round or something equally out of your depth


False police reports by Shit Shittingworth - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 17:27:12 EST ID:IiYaHesh No.45578 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I got hit hard with a false police report - I have hard evidence of lies as well as a mind as more...

Its whatever... anyways i'm wondering what kind of lawyer to go to or what law this falls under. Civil or Criminal, etc... looking for lawyer
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Nicholas Honeyfuck - Mon, 24 Oct 2016 17:44:45 EST ID:GjQVtkoi No.45579 Ignore Report Quick Reply
civil rights attorney, aclu? Don't fall for the internal affairs deal where they ask you your name number.

If it is prosecutable a district attorney may help. File a case is a federal district court, Time bareed so act quick, sue for damages. A lot of work. So civil attorney is your safest bet. Be aware cops can be pretty evil given the power they can access, don't let them know your intentions, if they know they will try to scare
you.
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Nathaniel Fimbletidge - Tue, 25 Oct 2016 07:22:16 EST ID:XiU6Ym8v No.45582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What's false about it? Is what the cop says he observed false or is he just relaying things he was told that are false?


Need help desperately by Graham Pittcocke - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 15:12:16 EST ID:DTRF8mUI No.45573 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Live in Wisconsin.
Sold a car in march. Never sold a car in my life before. The dude who I sold it to told me that a bill of sale isn't needed and I just needed to sign the title.

Guess it got abandoned somewhere in PA. Now I have court (which I entered a not guilty plea by mail) and am gonna have like a $600 fine for abandoning a vehicle.

This is just the beginning of my trouble. You see, I did a bit of investigating and found the tow yard that took my car. They told me that the car is now in the salvage yard, however, it sat in there yard all summer and got a fee of $8500. I was never contacted and never knew about this until now.

What do I do about this? I tried contacting the bar association in the county, I was directed to them as they could supposedly give me a free consulation. I have yet to hear back from them.
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Caroline Bunderkit - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 19:58:21 EST ID:uvRe8PYi No.45574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You aren't legally required to have a bill of sale in a lot of places, but you've probably figured out that you should always have one anyway. The really important part however is the title transfer. If you can't prove that the transaction was completed, you might end up eating the $600. The good news is that there's probably a statutory limit to the amount a salvage yard could make you pay.
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Doris Briblingtetch - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 20:07:48 EST ID:DTRF8mUI No.45575 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45574
it isn't the salvage yard, its the tow company.
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Nicholas Honeyfuck - Mon, 24 Oct 2016 17:56:46 EST ID:GjQVtkoi No.45580 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45573
see if person transferred the car to his name, license plates, title, registration, fight it from there. I f you have that info it would be much easier to begin with. Talk with traffic court on what you can do in the meantime.
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Basil Wudgeridge - Mon, 24 Oct 2016 19:53:22 EST ID:5BgfoSlY No.45581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45573
If you canceled insurance on the vehicle, the tag should be invalid/turned over to the state. If you have record of telling the insurance company it was sold then you could probably get out of it.

Bills of sale hold little water in court without a witness signature.

>Get a lawyer.


Driving without insurance in Texas by Esther Picklepedge - Wed, 24 Feb 2016 14:44:55 EST ID:oYYHgUka No.45143 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Let's assume SWIM drove past 2 cops, and has heard that some of them automatically scan license plates and check insurance database while driving by. He made it home without being stopped. Is there a chance he will receive a ticket in the mail or a knock on the door?
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Clara Naddlenet - Fri, 04 Mar 2016 16:15:34 EST ID:Rl8u8xLM No.45191 Ignore Report Quick Reply
They use that ANPR fuckery here too. Except they automatically ticket you for everything and mail it to the vehicle owner. Lots of kids will drive their parents car and get fines and then the parents will get their insurance rates fucked and they will get ~200 dollar fines because Timmy Fuckstick went 80 in a 70mph zone.

If OP isn't paranoid enough, it is extremely easy to build a database on driving habits and locations by simply using a method similar to POST data that they use to log chan users information.
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Jack Snodbury - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 20:43:55 EST ID:DIgD3Yye No.45562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you get a knock on the door do not answer the door. You do not have to talk to the police. If they have a warrant that is completely different and in that case give them your full name then use your 5th amendment rights and say NOTHING until you get to talk to your lawyer.

If you get a ticket in the mail contest it. It's unlikely anyone will show up to court on the prosecution's side. Find free legal help if you need it and get a lawyer if you are really worried.
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Polly Giffingbury - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 14:34:40 EST ID:mW7/FFIC No.45576 Ignore Report Quick Reply
cops in my state have technology that automatically scans plates as soon as they switch on their lights. it's the best way to catch bikers as following bikers after a few miles isn't allowed
expect the cops to show up/mail you/call you/send a process server
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Graham Pockstone - Sun, 23 Oct 2016 08:15:43 EST ID:NI2HhCqf No.45577 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45562
>say NOTHING until you get to talk to your lawyer.

something thats not really talked about on this board is the cops then have a right to detain you till you do speak to a lawyer. "i want to speak to a lawyer" doesnt mean they just let you go it means you need to get in touch with a lawyer and if you dont have one on retainer this might be a bit of a process aka you are going to be spending a night or two in a holding cell.
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Molly Pellerstock - Thu, 03 Nov 2016 14:55:36 EST ID:62ptGJZI No.45585 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45577
I don't know where you live, but in most US states 72 hours is a typical limit for detention without charge and asking for a lawyer has no bearing on that. It's certainly no magic phrase where you lose the right to walk away if you would otherwise have that right.


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