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PDO Accident

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- Sun, 03 Nov 2019 14:46:03 EST hGTbGhf5 No.46523
File: 1572810363217.jpg -(232597B / 227.15KB, 1920x1080) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. PDO Accident
Hello anons I am currently being sued in civil court regarding a accident that I was at fault for around two years ago. Briefly, I rear ended a car on a highway in heavy morning traffic. That car then collided with a third vehicle in front of it. Obviously the damage to the third front car was not too bad and the driver drove away immediately after getting all the necessary info from us. He now wants to be compensated for some chiropractic 'work' he went through. I am insured so not too desperate, though this is annoying. He even wants a jury. The cop who showed up to the scene however, wrote PDO on the accident report. I looked this up and it seems to mean Property Damage Only. Does this help my case?
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Cedric Nishsturk - Thu, 07 Nov 2019 13:09:02 EST owr2izIy No.46527 Reply
>>46525
Haha thanks for the hints. I won’t make myself hard to find I want this to pass as quickly as possible. I will cooperate fully. I heard about this first from a summons that appeared on my doorstep.

>>46524
I’m a bit confused. Are you saying it doesn’t help that he wrote PDO? The guy was not hurt in fact he left almost right away.


>>46524>>46524
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Cedric Nishsturk - Thu, 07 Nov 2019 13:11:28 EST owr2izIy No.46528 Reply
>>46523
If there were pre-suit negotiations should I have been contacted? I have no heard from the insurance. At least I don’t think so.
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Charlotte Fannermadging - Thu, 07 Nov 2019 17:33:21 EST WgpkrNEQ No.46529 Reply
>>46528
They probably would have contacted you. If there wasn’t it’s ptobsbly because the other guy’s lawyer got the case right up against the statute of limitations (2 years in my state) and had to get the complaint out to keep from being time barred.

You let your insurance company know right?

Fishy DUI

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- Sun, 26 May 2019 17:19:23 EST +1KRmpqs No.46396
File: 1558905563468.jpg -(13003B / 12.70KB, 280x373) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Fishy DUI
The other night I was stopped because I may have not come to a complete stop at a stop sign. I was leaving the bar at about 3 AM in Missouri. I gave him my license but wasnt able to find my insurance card, which ended up being buried in my glovebox. The officer suspected me of drunk driving and began to do the finger thing where you follow with your eyes. At that point I had stopped drinking about 7 hours prior and I know I was sober enough to drive. I was instructed to get out of my car and do the rest of the field sobriety test which I was passing with flying colors, but it seemed like he was purposely prolonging it for the slightest hint. They put me in cuffs and were about to take me to the station when I requested they breath test me on the spot to conclusively prove my sobriety, to which they refused and said I can only blow at the station.

When I got to the station, he said a blew a .7 which is twice the legal limit. It wasn't until I was home and calm enough that I realized the legal limit is .08 and twice that is .16 and at .7 I would be dead. I should have got a good look at the device because Im afraid they will fabricate records, the officer even told me he knows how to work on the breath device which was kind of ominous.

I have a lawyer but I'm pretty sure he's just a civil case worker and Im not sure how good he would be, but he has known my dad for over 20 years.

The officer said my license would be immediately suspended but after checking the dmv site it is still valid. For first offense DUI in Missouri it looks like 5 days jail/60 day suspended license, but the officer told me it would be suspended for a year starting that day.

So basically, Im pretty sure I blew a .07 which is legal, I have insurance when they said I didn't, and they got me for not wearing a seatbelt when in reality I had just removed it when I was stopped. I can't prove that I stopped at the sign but Im not worried about that.

If I show my valid insurance and my breath test concludes I was sober, then all Im looking at is a minor traffic citation (failure to stop at a sign/seatbelt) right?
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Charles Shakehood - Fri, 31 May 2019 16:36:23 EST 5nDOwEe2 No.46410 Reply
So did you ever find out if he mispoke about your level? Like you have to be able to get that information in discovery, right?
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Nicholas Blytheman - Fri, 31 May 2019 18:23:38 EST QLfkBtvL No.46411 Reply
>>46410
This is what I'm thinking. I really think he did mess a lot up, lile he read my Miranda rights after I had already been arrested and blew into the breathalyzer which I think is wrong, and there was no 15 minute observational period. He pulled up my record and saw a possession charge I got 7 years ago (which is the only charge Ive ever had, which was expunged and I knew it) and was saying stuff to himself like "possession of hallucinogens in 2012!" as if he was trying to validate himself and his mistakes. It turns our my lawyer handled a case where his client was driving drunk and was involved in a fatal accident, and he got the case dropped. So I think Im safe lmao, but I'll definitely report back with everything the officer fucked up once I have all the proof and whatnot.
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Beatrice Clayville - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 22:25:00 EST gKgf0FQX No.46522 Reply
don't wake the sleeping dragon op they probably realized they fucked up and aren't going to press charges

shoplifted tobacco

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- Fri, 04 Oct 2019 17:44:31 EST Hb0nQcJL No.46501
File: 1570225471612.jpg -(88229B / 86.16KB, 1200x675) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. shoplifted tobacco
So I am on my daily homeless man grind, looking for work, eating on my food stamps, etc. Well it just so happens I live in a town with sidewalks and storefronts (wow, right?)

and some asshole thinks its his right to sell addictive tobacco and advertise it on giant posters that he posts on the sidewalk in my direct line of sight when walking to buy my groceries.

having no money and desperate for a fix (my father smoked and i was exposed to second hand smoke all through out my childhood) i walk into the assholes shop and take some of his cheapest product.

i go back to the shelter but he calls the cops and they cite me for retail theft.

how do i convince the judge it's the asshole with the giant signs for addictive substances on the sidewalk ' s FAULT?

Ill take the appeals to the supreme court damn it summary offense or not
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Shit Blatherwater - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 19:56:15 EST E0xFchwI No.46513 Reply
>>46506
its illegal for shops in my state to advertise outdoors. the shop here has a trapezoidal entrance, which mainly advertises to anyone (attracted by their bright lights and neon displays) who walks through the threshold.

i will argue that the displays are eyecatching to someone on the street. thanks.
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Walter Dobblesedging - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 21:58:32 EST YXwoQ1m5 No.46518 Reply
>>46501
I have never heard of a town with sidewalks and store fronts. Where do you live? Which country is this? This has put me to a point where I can't tell down from up anymore. This is shocking. Basically the earth's tectonic plates are shifting below me in high speed. Nothing has actually ever been this disorienting. lol Just two days ago I was saying something completely different. "I expect my calmness to last endlessly." But this knowledge, this stuff I'm seeing right now, just fully disorients me. True shellshock.

Burglary

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- Tue, 17 Oct 2017 19:54:15 EST t/5niU+5 No.45946
File: 1508284455032.png -(485934B / 474.54KB, 637x848) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Burglary
So here's how it is...

I got caught breaking into some cars and in my state, NV, that is a burglary and a felony. So the official charges break down to 4 burglary felonies, 2 damage to property misdemeanors, and one unlawful possession of a debit card gross misdemeanor.

Now I can't in any way afford a high powered attorney and my public defender isn't too enthusiastic about fighting my case.

The current offer is plea no contest to one felony and the gross misdemeanor and the DA won't oppose diversion court and Ill pay restitution and do probation but have a felony on my record.

The original plea offer was plea no contest to one felony and pay restitution and do probation with no mention of diversion court.

One lawyer I spoke to said I have a good case to just argue for diversion court after taking the original plea offer and that sounds good to me cuz I want to keep my record clean in the long run but my appointed attorney said once a new deal is on the table the old one is now unavailable.

Does anyone know anything about this? What do you guys think I should do?
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Dextrolord - Sun, 13 Oct 2019 13:12:30 EST vqPJ2tGS No.46511 Reply
>>46493
>>46507
>>46510
Why do you guys gotta be butthurt about this? Cmon it's a druggie board where my degenerates at?? I've always been a thief, and while I don't steal anymore the rush from getting away with it will always be pretty nicely remembered.
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Phyllis Clunderchidge - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 23:24:33 EST pIPKtC0X No.46515 Reply
>>46511

i am a druggie degenerate but not a thief. there is a difference between 'lel butthurt' and having some sort of principles
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Dextrolord - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 15:10:35 EST vqPJ2tGS No.46516 Reply
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>>46515
meh I was high and read it like you guys were ignoring that I did do my time and keep atoning for the crime after I got released. And I was fucking baked and took it personal haha.

Turns out I was the one overcome with feelings of butthurt my sincerest apologies. I am not quite as high now and find this all funny. Maybe later tonight I'll do a bunch of drugs and think differently, only time will tell.

divorce court soon and shit

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- Tue, 01 Oct 2019 14:02:06 EST GVnd7W63 No.46495
File: 1569952926141.png -(586060B / 572.32KB, 1866x918) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. divorce court soon and shit
what constitutes fucking marital property?
specifically our home is it OUR home or fucking
am I fucked because I was arrested for a burg for breaking into our house after married if I can prove it was our house then id be
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Caroline Bliffinglure - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 12:33:31 EST VwjMbwK7 No.46508 Reply
>>46495
It sounds like you were not living there at the time and your name is not on the title? You dun goofed.

Shamanism

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- Sun, 28 Jul 2019 15:58:09 EST KA3ySLP+ No.46441
File: 1564343889445.png -(296500B / 289.55KB, 2000x898) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Shamanism
Some police officer actually forgot to tell me and forgot to tell everyone else that if you combine psychedelics (lsd, shooms, ...) with cannabis in high doses alone then it's actually not the same activity as drug use but belongs to a term considered shamanism and that HUMANITY WOULD NOT HAVE SURVIVED if people do not use this shamanism so they will not become a shithead and start a fight because they are bastards that also are assholes instead of being kind normal people that come along with eachother.
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Esther Meshbut - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 08:17:20 EST QubSV7eI No.46451 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Rebecca Clottingsot - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 06:12:38 EST gpSToKAT No.46478 Reply
Following the shamanic path with psychedelic drugs so far has led me to Luciferianism. I'd love to talk about it

transfer probation

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- Sun, 29 Jul 2018 09:53:38 EST AeyeTq7w No.46256
File: 1532872418492.png -(66305B / 64.75KB, 1092x1037) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. transfer probation
is it easy to get probation transferred within your own state? I have a place to stay but im renting its not like some family member is just giving me a free ride there. Im looking to move there so I can hopefully find a job and stuff
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Wesley Nicklebury - Mon, 04 Mar 2019 05:42:07 EST GJIzyOZV No.46366 Reply
Kick it with probation or parole. Do not screw anything up. Not even a petty offense.

Provide probation with compelling reason for moving. Especially employment. Should be able to work things.
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Nell Sishshaw - Fri, 13 Sep 2019 06:14:49 EST cfYutFUh No.46468 Reply
>>46256
Still trapped here because god is making my life shit. I’m being forced to go to a job/college program. Do you think I can ask them to go to college or find a job in a non shit area to move there?
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Cedric Sagglestadging - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 04:37:24 EST UrrgM6jj No.46475 Reply
>>46468
If you have some concrete proof to show, that would definitely make it easier..Especially if it makes you look like you are going to do well.

Landlord/Tenant Law + a douche

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- Tue, 19 Jun 2018 18:39:51 EST y6a/Kvzh No.46220
File: 1529447991102.png -(21988B / 21.47KB, 90x83) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Landlord/Tenant Law + a douche
Aight /law/ here's the situation.

Renting a single room in a 4br in CA. My lease states that I'm just renting the room, and that I’m responsible only for my portion of the rent. The kitchen/living room is “shared space.” Other tenants’ leases say the same thing. Landlord found us all on craigslist, but we’re all friends now. Pretty cheap rent so we WERE happy.

Except the landlord is a douche. A pretty big douche. He's got it in his mind that he can walk in and out of the place whenever he feels like it, knock on doors when he wants and generally bother us if it suits him that day. He brings over furniture that he doesn’t want and sticks it in the living room and then yells about how the living room is cluttered (what???). He will critique a messy stove or jacket left on the couch when he’s feeling annoyed and someone is home.

It’s pretty clear that he just comes here in a bad mood and takes out whatever frustration he’s feeling on us. Last time he came over, he freaked out on me about the “state of the living room” when I had literally just vacuumed it the day before. Yesterday his tirade ended with him saying “I’m hiring a maid for this house and you all are going to pay for it.” None of us want to pay for a maid, and the house really doesn’t need it. On top of that, he JUST raised the rent this year, so asking us to pay more is pretty unreasonable. I’m pretty done with him, so I was hoping someone on here could help me consider my options.

He claims that since we're just renting the rooms, he's allowed to walk in whenever the he wants. I know that generally, in California a landlord has to have reasonable cause to enter the property or has to give 24 hours notice. He literally never does this.

He think that because we just rent the bedrooms, he’s free to enter/leave the “shared space” as he pleases. Honestly I wouldn’t be all that bothered by this if he wasn’t a huge dick about it, but he is.

Do I have any options here? Is there any way we use this as leverage to make him stop bothering us? Can I fuck this guy legally somehow? I’m willing to go all out putting a significant amount of effort into documenting whatever I need to, I dislike this guy that much.

Thanks
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Thomas Nosslewick - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 15:23:57 EST KduxPQri No.46369 Reply
>>46360
Are you serious?
Landlords not giving tenants any privacy in their own home were not raised right.
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David Fonningware - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 16:58:23 EST ZEkRdO72 No.46472 Reply
>>46220
Sounds like your landlord is has no cerebellum; protozoa doing what the Sims do best.
It doesn't fall under "Breaking and Entering - California PC 459" because there is no theft or intent of theft, unfortunately. (quite the opposite; sounds like he's using your living room as a storage unit!)
Your home isn't a hippie commune.
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Cedric Sagglestadging - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 04:32:12 EST UrrgM6jj No.46473 Reply
>>46360
here is what I see, the landlord is looking for ways to keep deposits. I would bet he keeps logs of his ongoing 'visits.' About how things are soo messy, out of place. As to cause damage. I bet he would seek carpet cleaning, or hardwood floors being scuffed, to hire a professional to fix things that were present before, or just normal wear and tear. Or his unwanted furniture dumping as a mode of things being in disarray.

Here is one, Thumb tacks holes in walls for posters or whatever, as to need a new complete paint job of the entire house, or whatever. And claim damages, as to require a complete new paint job. When a dab of wet paint would easily fix the issue.

(“I’m hiring a maid for this house and you all are going to pay for it.”)

Do this, check his past legal history. Possibly he has brought tenants to court over, 'damages,' in the past.

Google your address, and see if maybe the property is up for sale. It's all been done.

Note his visits. Maybe do video audio of his visits in the common area. I doubt legally he has and expectation of privacy of
unannounced visits.

Intellectual Property Rights

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- Thu, 16 May 2019 12:04:28 EST v+Wstg9T No.46388
File: 1558022668834.jpg -(70388B / 68.74KB, 450x600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Intellectual Property Rights
So it's my understanding that intellectual property laws only prohibit people from profiting off of someone else's IP and that it doesn't stop people from just using their IP for themselves, like you can draw a picture of mickey mouse and put him on your fridge, but if you try and sell that picture, Disney would sue your ass. Is this correct, or do they just not go after people who use it for personal purposes because they don't really care enough but it's actually illegal?

Also, say you were to just give that picture away, or you built something, say a coffee maker, from schematics in someone else's patent and then just gave that away for free, would that be legal?
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David Fonningware - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 16:24:35 EST ZEkRdO72 No.46470 Reply
>>46388
Even if you sold fridge-meister Mickey Mouse, Disney would probably not know or wouldn't waste their resources or time to sue you even if so.

To the coffee maker; that is entirely legal...but I'd be too proud of building it to sell it.

Arrested for not talking?

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- Sat, 31 Aug 2019 15:47:32 EST FRWZMpRk No.46457
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6l6tMt3KR6A
10:15

"He's your boyfriend, and we're investigating a crime right now... tell me, you're gonna obstruct our investigation? Which is arrestable?"

I'm no lawyer, but isn't what he's saying a lie? It sounds like the cop's trying to get her to tell him whether or not the guy being placed under arrest is her boyfriend/tell the him his name. Isn't this a direct violation of the 5th amendment? Can't you legally plead the fifth in this type of situation without being charged with obstruction of justice or whatever charge he's talking about?
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Molly Padgetick - Sat, 31 Aug 2019 20:23:32 EST dWnFA6/1 No.46458 Reply
She could have said "I'm not obstructing anything" and walked away. Her rights were not violated. The cop just lied by implying that not non-compliance can lead to arrest which is something they do every day.
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Edward Sogglesore - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 02:16:14 EST vEid6OnJ No.46460 Reply
She walked up to the police. She wanted her phone. She claimed she was her girlfriend. The cop asked her what his name was, the officer said how can I
give you your phone, that we don't even know who he is. She folded and
gave his name, to get her phone. The arestee gave a fake name. He had
warrants. This confirmed this.

The fake name, could have been anybody. And if they let him go with a summons to appear in court, who would appear? Yea nodoby. So a warrant would be put out for (name of somebody.) If they did let him go. And the name he used as an alias could have gotten (somebody arrested.) Possibly in the worst possible time. With his kids, who would be taken 'temporarily' by child services. Or released to a relative or guardian. Traumatized possibly if taken by child services.

In all, she went up to the police, they had every right to ask who he/she was.
They were trying to figure out who this guy was. Simply that. I don't see that
they were interested in her name, which I have seen it happen, where she could have had warrants as well. To top it off, 'their ride' took off when they saw what was up, so they obviously knew he was shoplifting, and as well, possibly had warrants/drugs in the car.

Note: the cops immediately 'offered' for her to find herself a way home. Without running her name, as it looks. Which, if cameras were not there, they likely would have run her name. With every reason to to do so, or with simple discretion, to not run her name. Her attitude was kind of immediately abrasive.

Ok in all, if she gave them a fake name, would this have matched between her and her boyfriend? If they found different, she would likely be arrested. If the name he gave didn't jive, he would have gone to the police station until they found out who he was. If he had been arrested before, which he was, it would have come up rather easily through I believe the NCIC database.
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Polly Grimridge - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 18:46:35 EST cfYutFUh No.46464 Reply
>>46457
If they have evidence to arrest they will arrest. No amount of talking will take away evidence. If they dont have evidence to arrest then they cant.

I’m not resisting, i want a lawyer, I’m not answering questions. Fucking nazi state we have to beg not to be tackled and arrested.

CCDD (Cherokee County Dick Department)

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- Mon, 22 Jul 2019 07:12:54 EST 1iNGZv8c No.46437
File: 1563793974086.jpg -(124004B / 121.10KB, 539x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. CCDD (Cherokee County Dick Department)
So a few years ago someone I know was pulled over in their vehicle because according to the deputy she touched the white line on the road with her front right wheel. He searched her and found that she had a prescription bottle with 2 of the same meds but different dosages and arrested her. When she got to the Jail he asked her if she had anything else on her because if he took her in and they found it they would charge her with crossing guard lines with contraband.
After she admitted to having marijuana on her she was charged with that as well.

After being bonded out the charges for the pills were dropped because she proved she had a prescription for both but was stuck with possession charges for marijuana.

She was sentenced to 3 months in jail and I'm wondering. The bond company nor the court reimbursed the woman for her bond about the pills in wrong container.

Technically speaking the deputies made an illegal arrest for the meds so shouldnt the other charges be dropped too considering evidence was obtained through an illegal arrest.

Her court appointed attorney told her "You have no rights, they can pull you over whenever they want they don't have to have a cause." Then not only that but the crooked court appointed attorney refused to submit her non guilty plea and forced a guilty plea to the judge on her behalf after she told him she didn't want to plea guilty. This all happened in cherokee county georgia btw.

Anyways. / what do you guys think about this?
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Angus Grimstock - Wed, 07 Aug 2019 07:35:50 EST I0kzmY5f No.46448 Reply
>>46447
You don’t have to be in custody to file a habeas, I’m assuming these are felony charges so you have 4 years from the date of the plea.
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Simon Chigglebon - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 14:52:36 EST UVLE1vgN No.46450 Reply
Dubass DA wonderboy

I FOUGHT THE LAW

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- Tue, 27 Aug 2019 04:35:26 EST 9r4Bo1B1 No.46455
File: 1566894926449.jpg -(62572B / 61.11KB, 720x796) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I FOUGHT THE LAW
AND THE LAW and I came to a mutual amicable understanding but still low-key dislike each other

Trump appears to back off plans to commute Blagojevich's

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- Mon, 19 Aug 2019 03:32:08 EST i0N0DyTI No.46453
File: 1566199928159.png -(59854B / 58.45KB, 412x275) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Trump appears to back off plans to commute Blagojevich's
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/trump-appears-to-back-off-plans-to-commute-blagojevichs-sentence-after-push-from-illinois-republicans/ar-AAFN9yx

Blago as 'it's known as was a scumbag, is a scumbag and the sentence fits the (partial) crimes for which he committed. Don't see many liberals or any for that matter seeking his release. This gives public corruption an OK. By the president no less. Blago's extreme arrogance and open corruption, many countries he would be dead by now, punished by death for corruption.

Arranging for sealed information to be released upon your death

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- Wed, 22 May 2019 19:49:43 EST 4pMdnYXQ No.46390
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So, I want to make sure that, if certain assholes kill me, that people know why. However, for various reasons, I can't just go to the police and tell them. Is there any way I can put the evidence in a safe deposit box and then have it open and publicized if I am killed?

How can I make sure that it is executed if this happens?
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Frederick Pozzlelot - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 05:00:58 EST Mj5/O3iV No.46427 Reply
>>46422
What is your potential high-risk lifestyle, sailor boy. What are you doing here on a high risk, 'drug board'

You don't know shit
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Jack Sandlehere - Sat, 20 Jul 2019 15:05:31 EST +5CHY9OL No.46433 Reply
>>46390
Yes you get a lawyer and write and will. That's like a will is for. The hard part is affording a lawyer you can trust.
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Eliza Neddlenudging - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 09:36:28 EST 120iPTnL No.46452 Reply
Lawyer here - what state in the us are you in?

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