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- Sat, 19 Aug 2017 11:53:22 EST lK4wLNYj No.45899
File: 1503158002338.jpg -(1302336B / 1.24MB, 2560x1920) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Advice
If someone fell for a fake mystery shopper scam and cashed a check sent to them, then spent the money. If the check came back bad, what would happen? Could one just get off with it since they didnt write it or slowly pay their way out?

Double Jeopardy and Traffic accidents.

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- Fri, 04 Aug 2017 22:52:42 EST jx+p2huj No.45890
File: 1501901562295.jpg -(405854B / 396.34KB, 2100x1525) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Double Jeopardy and Traffic accidents.
I just read an article that had me curious on how double jeopardy works in traffic accidents for deaths.

Lets say you get into a traffic accident and someone dies. If they issue you a citation, but don't charge you with manslaughter and you plead guilty to the citation, you can never be charged with the manslaughter if the manslaughter charge isn't issued before the resolution of the citation correct?

What happens if you get into an accident, get a citation and then a year down the line the person injured dies and the death is determined to have been caused by injuries originating in the accident? Can you then be charged with manslaughter or would it be a violation of double jeopardy?
Charlotte Cliffingbadging - Fri, 04 Aug 2017 23:33:56 EST Krei5ac1 No.45891 Reply
That's a really good question. It would depend on what the original ticket was for and how the state codified their vehicular homicide laws.

But I can tell you this is a real life issue. Prosecutors understand potential DJ problems when they emerge. If there's an accident, prosecutors don't take pleas unless they know the other party is ok. If it's possible there is going to be a serious injury or death they won't resolve the case until they find out how it shakes out.
Basil Greenman - Sat, 05 Aug 2017 02:45:14 EST WV1oCIVL No.45892 Reply
are you braindead? they would be two different crimes. the "traffic citation" and the manslaughter. two charges. only probably civil, and one criminal
Esther Hurringdig - Thu, 17 Aug 2017 08:08:37 EST /SnCyTv3 No.45897 Reply
I was going to let this go, but no I'm a prosecutor and I'm very aware of how this all works.

I'm only rehashing because I actually had another case yesterday where someone came in to pay a traffic ticket only to have to be told by me that the reason he can't is because he actually killed the other driver. We won't let him ple to a lesser charge because it will preclude the coming vehicular homicide charge.

With regards to your points about criminal and civil, both the causing the accident and causing an accident that resulted in death are criminal and civil.

Legal Thorns While Disabled

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- Sat, 17 Jun 2017 19:46:09 EST 7SDHLtOE No.45872
File: 1497743169244.jpg -(35022B / 34.20KB, 564x757) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Legal Thorns While Disabled
I'm 21 years old and physically disabled in my lower-ligaments enough where I use a walker as an aid. Without getting into the weeds of it, my family acts as my landlords. I receive SSI, Medicaid and pay rent, have a lease etc. My mother will routinely invite me to stay on their property which is an exotic duplex as a tenant -- later get tired of me and bully me into finding a new apartment nearby. Rinse lather repeat. My mother will use any favor or assistance, be it food, function as transit to thumb over me. In my current area, there aren't many resources at my disposal. My condition seems to be getting worse, as she becomes more belligerent and neglectful with time.

It's about that transition time again, and I want out of this loop. I haven't been dubbed incompetent legally and have touched base with shelters and transitional housing organizations.

I have a means to the Greyhound but if my family tries to bar my efforts how exposed am I? I'm worried about being in some way institutionalized at the hands of my family or during my travels. If my mom tries to make a legal case to be my guardian do I have to stay put? If she calls the police? What about once and if I set foot off the Greyhound technically homeless?
Hamilton Bongerfield - Mon, 24 Jul 2017 16:15:35 EST JRU/esLs No.45885 Reply
You're mentally fit, adult, and mobile. No one can stop you. Leave the abusive cunt. She's just bleeding you for benefits anyway.

Do confidential informants/ undercover cops sell drugs?

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- Thu, 09 Jul 2015 20:35:37 EST ojLuBvKt No.44392
File: 1436488537700.jpg -(41220B / 40.25KB, 570x449) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Do confidential informants/ undercover cops sell drugs?
A buddy of mine recently arranged to get a half gram of coke off someone at his work. The co worker ended up having his mom drop it off to him and now he is paranoid that the woman was a confidential informant or undercover cop. The coke she gave him was real and was really good he said. My question is are confidential informants allowed to sell drugs or just buy them? And if it was an undercover would my friend have gotten arrested on the spot or would they contact him later? It's been a few days and he hasn't heard anything yet. Have any of you heard of anyone getting busted from buying a small amount of drugs off of a CI? Or do they usually just bust dealers?
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Augustus Sidgewater - Fri, 10 Jul 2015 18:21:58 EST Q1HU56X7 No.44394 Reply
The reason cops don't generally distribute drugs into the wild is the potential for civil liability and bad publicity. It's incorrect to say they can't do it.
Ebenezer Cheffinghall - Sun, 12 Jul 2015 08:31:38 EST y3iUDtgs No.44396 Reply
Cops sell drugs all the time. Look up the story of the anti-narcotics unit in south Texas that got busted recently for not only selling drugs, but trafficking and providing security for huge shipments.

Of course, they were behaving criminally, so they weren't acting in the scope of their duties.

That said, I don't know why they'd bother busting somebody for a half gram. And they probably would have done it when the dope was dropped off.

Is the half gram gone? If so, "your friend" should just keep "his" mouth shut if the cops show up. If the coke is gone and metabolized they're not going to have much of a case, are they?

>This video clearly shows Ms. Fondleworth receiving a half gram of cocaine from our undercover officer.
>(your lawyer says) Not at all. Ms. Fondleworth had asked to borrow a small amount of sweetener for her coffee. It was just Splenda. And since it's gone, y'all niggaz can't prove shit.

Parents died, selling a piece of land...

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- Tue, 09 May 2017 14:13:02 EST SkoVvcQ/ No.45840
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Hello. Basically, my parents died, and my brother and I were supposed to inherit their stuff. Some family members tried to steal things, and then they all died too. But they messed up the process before dying (they also stole a bunch of shit, but it was years ago and doesn't matter now). We inherited some land, and they had tried to sell it. So the land was locked up and we had to get a lawyer to get it back for us. He is basically working for free, doing us a charity.

We were able to sell a house (it was pretty much destroyed, father was a hoarder, mother an alcoholic) and we sold a small thing of land. I got money from both of those transactions. Now we are trying to sell the last bit of land.

The lawyer needs tax records or something, and he is trying to get them from the people in another state where the land is. I haven't spoken to him in months. My brother was taking care of everything, but honestly, I don't trust him.

My question is, should I call the lawyer and ask him what's going on? To see if there is anything I can do, or if the land has been sold or something? Since he is pretty much working for free I don't want to make him mad, but I know that's a stupid fucking reason not to contact him.

This process has gone on for years, and i just want it to be over now, i'm constantly reminded of my dead family

Any advice is appreciated, thank you.

>tl;dr trying to sell inherited land, lawyer is working for free, i don't trust my brother fully, haven't heard from lawyer in months, how do i go about getting the money and ending all of this
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Molly Burringstene - Sat, 20 May 2017 02:24:33 EST txBI1x0f No.45848 Reply
Welp, having been the victim of about 3 family inheritances and having been around people with their parents dying. I can basically tell you this:

Forget it. You're brother has probably made off with the money. You got fucked and you'll spend more in lawyer fees fighting for the money than you will get back. Then you will burn all bridges with your brother and split up what remaining family you have in an Us vs. Them debacle. Also, the lawyer probably isn't working for free unless you know him and your brother probably paid him without your knowledge. Depending on who was executor of the estate and all. Unless you are looking at millions of dollars. It isn't worth dealing with because this is all far too long ago to fall favorably to you and as is usual in these cases, your brother did this:

>He was named executor of the final will and testament of whoever.
>Your brother took a ton of shit and sold it or kept it.
>Bought a lawyer with some of the money so he has legal council. (Lawyer can lie to you all he wants.)
>Made up some bullshit story.
>Essentially laundered the money of the estate while under the guise of, "Probating or summing the estate."
>The probate process "takes" years of paperwork and expenditures. Which means the estate's value is being drained from the net or sum and is funneled into your brother's pockets and to lawyer fees.
>Eventually, when all is nearly drained, the value gets sent to the court, blah blah blah, fees paid. Money is gone and you're fucked.
>Process typically takes about a year to burn up the probating process or summing of the estate etc.

Both my parents went through this chaos and my half-brother went through it with his father and his family. Basically, my father got about 10k dollars and a shitty car and some tools when the estate was at least 700k and he was to take 50%. Him and his brother don't speak and that is that. My mother got a shitty 400 dollar piano and now doesn't speak to any of her multiple siblings. Not to mention, siblings who hadn't been seen for years and spent most of their time behind bars, showed up with a TV lawyer and wanted to fist fight anyone who tried to take the "money or house." The whole estate totaling a meager 43k dollars. Which meant that after lawyer fees for every party involved, meant they all lost money paying for council. They just got some pictures out of the whole ordeal and maybe a few worthless and broken trinkets. Same ordeal with my half-brother. My friends dealt with the same bullshit. Even the only childs had people who weren't even closely related popped up out of nowhere and protested the will.

Inheritances split apart families and rarely does the money end up anywhere but in 1 or 2 people's pockets. Half the time, that money doesn't even end up in a blood relatives pockets.

Of the biggest dramafests I've endured, dealing with inheritances is the worst. Everyone thinks that it is all fine and we will split it fairly. Until they see dollar signs. Then their whole blood is thicker than water mantra evaporates and you get their true nature.

Anon Mask

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- Mon, 15 May 2017 18:11:22 EST uS1YbzUm No.45845
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I am VJ'ing on community television in Vermont very soon, and wanted to know what the popular opinion, and legality of wearing a Guy Fawkes Mask on television was. I will be playing heavy metal videos and emceeing in between videos. My script only includes topics of sex and drugs.

Is there anything I should be aware of?
Ernest Gublingmog - Mon, 15 May 2017 19:08:21 EST 4u82Kt5+ No.45846 Reply
Are you from the past?
Angus Shittingway - Wed, 17 May 2017 20:50:49 EST xWg7OLxY No.45847 Reply
I like how edgy you are.

Good job with that.
Henry Dirryled - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 00:59:31 EST D5RBIXIm No.45866 Reply

>popular opinion,

It's passé.

>and legality of wearing a Guy Fawkes Mask on television was

The police go to Tom Hardy's house and arrest him every time The Dark Knight Rises airs on TV.

Seriously, what on earth makes you think wearing a mask on TV might be illegal? That it's a Guy Fawkes mask specifically?

Some states have laws against wearing masks in public in certain circumstances. On TV is not in public. If you're concerned, talk to a lawyer.

DUI warrant without any evidence?

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- Sun, 12 Mar 2017 05:01:52 EST 184DMAot No.45785
File: 1489309312525.jpg -(48990B / 47.84KB, 473x672) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. DUI warrant without any evidence?
Recently I had to visit a fuckawful local hospital trying to get help detoxing from alcohol. I made it maybe a mile but couldn't quite get the rest of the way due to the symptoms so I had to call an ambulance.
One came soon enough but a cop came at the same time for whatever reason.
Both asked me questions such as when I last drank and I said like 12+ hours ago and if I was drunk then. I said something along the lines of 'if I were drunk I wouldn't be having this withdrawal.'
The cop wanted to search my bag and I let him because fuck knows why I was suffering hardcore. I had nothing illegal in there though I did have two unopened beers, one from a 6 pack which he surely saw. The only other sorts of drugs in the bag were OTC or prescriptions in my name, none narcotic. The car had absolutely nothing incriminating inside but it was not searched and even in that state I wouldn't allow that much.
I had also not recently used weed or received narcotics legally. (I may be an alcoholic but at least I know not to fuck with pills I'm not prescribed.)
I think the cop and EMT talked a minute but I'm not sure because I was delirious at that point. Anyway the cop fucked off and the EMT asked me if I wanted to go to the hospital. Don't know why he'd go full retard there because I've never been asked that after calling 911. Surely he didn't think I was just having another panic attack with all the shakes and sweats.
Anyway I went to the local hospital, worst in the state BTW and proceeded to be treated like a complete waste of bed space. I'm in there a lot for other health problems but this time they didn't even bother with blood tests or anything else and I didn't lay eyes on a doctor the whole time. HOWEVER knowing my tolerance and poor metabolism due to early liver disease I highly doubt I was below the legal limit even after all that time just due to how much I drank so quickly.
I know I'm being paranoid but I just need someone to tell me; can I be charged or convicted with DUI or a lesser charge even with no evidence against me? Even if just brought into court for it and found NG I think my family would lose their last shreds of respect for me.
If relevant, this happened in Kentucky. pic unrelated
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Phineas Huggleworth - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 14:55:03 EST 5sPPNv6g No.45818 Reply
OP, wouldn't an open container count as evidence against you?
Shitting Cleshmig - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 07:39:09 EST mIfLaiQJ No.45873 Reply
OP here decided to drop back in to say I'm doing better now. Later that day I tried weaning myself off with the remaining beer but it only bought me a few hours before I gave up and had to tell my parents what was going on so I could get a ride to a more distant hospital that actually pretended to give a shit. (They had an actual detox ward, not that it's required to give me vitamins, fluids, and benzos.)
Getting strip searched and locked in a detox ward wasn't great but at least I was so stoned on ativan the time flew by and I barely remember it.
That week really sucked dick but at least my family was supportive, though I do resent the lack of trust they show me now even after notably improving with new medicines.
I still feel lucky as hell now though in retrospect I was beyond pissed I didn't get treatment then and there. I don't believe I was over the limit (or I would've called an ambulance from home) but I can't say with absolute certainty. Guess God was looking out for me in ways I couldn't understand then because I sure as shit had been praying throughout the experience.
There were none. I left the opened trash at home and ofc I'm not going to be opening one on the road. In my mind they were in my bag in case I got admitted but once again had to wait 8-10h (not exaggerating) to get any medicine like when I needed morphine and fluids for pancreatitis. Yes, it's stupid but going through w/d you know is potentially fatal makes you desperate.
Like I said, I don't keep anything incriminating in my car

I hesitated to bump this old thread but I do so in the hopes that maybe it will help someone else.
what are you talking about - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 01:37:15 EST jfLfHc8z No.45880 Reply

dont let the door hit your ass on the way out, fourskin scum


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- Sat, 10 Jun 2017 09:09:32 EST p4qhtRH5 No.45867
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Have crime rates only gone down because weed and other drugs are no longer punishable by prison time for possession?
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Jack Sambleway - Wed, 14 Jun 2017 03:13:42 EST 3tQZzHu2 No.45869 Reply
gotta have drugs violence crime, privatized prisons and politics rely on this, as well
what are you talking about - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 01:34:56 EST jfLfHc8z No.45879 Reply
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pretty sure crime is on the rise in most of the world dude what the fuck are you talking about?

also im pretty sure if the coppers find me with 100 kilos of the good stuff, i am going to prison. what are you talking about?

r u n

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- Fri, 05 May 2017 16:49:48 EST cEyPnwoh No.45838
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Any one have any methods for learning and teach others about corruption and lies about the government peacefully without getting targeted by them . Many people have been raided for even peacefully organizing discussions. Thank you
Betsy Hammlehood - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 00:35:25 EST DMsa3Mjv No.45871 Reply
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speak in person instead of with a masked avitar on stoner forums,
use secure messaging apps to contact journolists,
publish a zine under an assumed name with a seperate email account for correspondence.

Mail Order Bride

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- Tue, 25 Apr 2017 20:26:08 EST ktMT+Utt No.45834
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Are mail order brides legal? I've been looking into and I'm still confused.
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Betsy Hammlehood - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 00:27:01 EST DMsa3Mjv No.45870 Reply
it's online dating with foreigners
just thought you should know that
Nathaniel Faffingbet - Fri, 11 Aug 2017 07:57:52 EST QyjdDUnF No.45893 Reply
It's fine as long as they put air-holes in the container.

Mold in a rented house

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- Wed, 24 May 2017 10:36:58 EST zPnDBNQb No.45858
File: 1495636618863.jpg -(44844B / 43.79KB, 453x604) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Mold in a rented house
After about a year i noticed mold at one of the windows, I just cleaned it regularly but then I noticed mold in a corner and it won't go the fuck away, it's ruined the paint there i mean. Now I found mold in another corner.


Can i be held responsible for the mold?
Lydia Cloddlehire - Thu, 25 May 2017 08:30:48 EST dyKfMR0H No.45859 Reply
Just call your landlord and notify them of the mold in the other corner. I would refrain from mentioning your previous mold experiences.
Henry Muttingput - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 23:47:49 EST gH48gIIQ No.45863 Reply
Naw, unless it was somehow your fault. Tell the owner to fix the issue. it is water getting through somewhere. Likely the roof. Siding, windows etc, that need caulking. If you have a ladder inspect the roof Shingles. If you have the means have it inspected by people who inspect houses before people sell buy them. That would protect you from owner saying you are responsible or somehow at fault. Keep the time of noticing these issues as, well maybe noticed these at some reasonably recent time time, but just cleaned theses and it's getting worse and he needs to address these.

Review your agreement, so you don't make a mistake as it may say to bring up issues as soon as noticed and possible, or you could be liable. So recent noticed issues, let him her, the company know about these asap. Keep all
records. if legal record conversations if people are jerks. Do a walk through
with them and note issues of this. A inspector may be a good idea, $120.00 bucks? for a who property inspection, I forget.

Could get you out of a lease and losing deposit if you have to end up in court.
Yea you should have informed him/her immediately, if not for your sake at least, for their investments sake as well. If a house could just need ne shingles, or a shared property, could be anthers rental, property causing this issue.
Sidney Pittford - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 01:09:13 EST THD7y+P7 No.45864 Reply
Keep in mind, if you have been keeping your Bob Mould's Mold Farm in that window, you may not have as strong a case.

Getting a mortgage for my brother, good idea?

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- Mon, 22 May 2017 17:24:53 EST 3CnYEA3p No.45852
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Hi everyone,

I come to you bearing a complicated question.

The backstory:
I come from a family of four (who lives in the UK), me (25), my brother (29), mother and father. We all live together in a two bedroom flat, which means me and my brother share a room. We are both getting pretty sick of each other, and there is seriously sibling rivalry and hatred brewing between us. I have graduated from university in 2015 in a BSc (bioscience major) and currently in a part time job in a job which is related to my degree. My brother on the hand has been a criminal all of his life, mostly drug dealing but occasionally in the past has dabbled in robbery and other types of petty organised crime. He has spent most of his later teen/early 20s life in prison. He hasn’t been in prison since 2012 (of which he served 3 years for attempted robbery), he spent a short stint in prison in 2015 for a few months but was acquitted due to lack to evidence. He has left high school at the age of 16 and hasn’t been in full time employment since and has purely funded his life from his criminal activities, although he has recently started to trade in stock markets with his experienced friend which only provides a little bit of side money. He has come to the point of his life now where he wants to buy a house for himself, but with the life he leads at the moment is unable to attain a mortgage due to him not being employed and being able to prove he has a steady income. My mother bought the flat that we live in currently under a mortgage around 2014, and she only has around 10k left to pay back now.

The question:
My brother has tried to get a mortgage himself and cannot do so because of his life, what he would like to do is what I believe is a joint? Mortgage under mine and my mother’s name, and he will be paying all the payments for it. The question in essence is how will this effect me? What kind of vantage points should I consider before making a decision to help him out? How will this affect my getting a second mortgage eventually in the future for my own house? How will it affect this?
HYPOTHETICALLY speaking, if he were to go back to prison, could I abandon the mortgage? Or re-mortgage? I mean what kind of trouble would I be in if this were to happen? In your opinion what should I consider and think about the most. I come to you with the utmost ignorance in regards to these topics, I don’t now much about law/mortgages/housing. I am totally inexperienced in this field, and would lie some advice. I am going to contact a lawyer for advice but wanted to ask online before I did.

Thank you very much for the help, very much appreciated
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Ebenezer Blackfield - Tue, 23 May 2017 08:45:33 EST dyKfMR0H No.45856 Reply
So, first, I am a lawyer, but not a UK lawyer or a real estate lawyer, so I'm speaking now just from general principles of property law in common between the US and UK. Take with grain of salt and consult counsel in your jurisdiction.

As I understand your post, the facts are essentially this: you and your mother are contemplating taking out a mortgage loan in your names to purchase a home. Your brother will actually reside there, and will be financially responsible for the mortgage payments.

This is a lousy idea.

Remember, when you take out a mortgage loan to finance the purchase of a piece of property, you're borrowing real money. The bank will want that money back. You and your mother will be financially responsible for making those payments, from the perspective of the bank. Your arrangement with your brother is your business, and not their problem.

If he went to prison, or simply stopped making payments because he's a shithead without a job other than fucking day trading penny stocks, you would be on the hook. The bank would begin issuing demand letters for you to payment. These would potentially escalate to debt collection efforts, and, eventually, foreclosure on the house and its sale at auction to satisfy your debt. You can "abandon" the mortgage only in the sense that you could try to sell the house in order to satisfy your debt to the bank.

You're looking at the costs of having to cover rent for any months he doesn't pay, plus the transaction costs involved in securing a mortgage or selling the house to satisfy the mortgage if he bails, plus the risk of damage to your credit. Also, at least in the United States, there would be some risk that a court might view this arrangement as de facto you buying the house and renting it to him, in which case you would have all the legal responsibilities of a landlord (i.e., he could demand that you make repairs, etc.).

>>He'd rather just not pay rent for a place he doesn't own. In his mind he will pay a monthly "rent fee" but instead it would pay for him to own the place.

I read this to mean that under your deal, he would be the one who would be building equity in the house? Notwithstanding that the property and mortgage would actually be in your name?

Look, this is a shit deal. The way to look at this is not in terms of "will it cost me money to enter this arrangement" it's "what are the potential risks". Your brother is asking you to take on ALL the risks of owning a home, taking on debt, and becoming a landlord, PLUS his credit risk (that is the risk of his nonpayment), PLUS all the legal and transaction costs involved in taking out the mortgage and dealing with any eventual sale of the house so that he can enjoy all the benefits of property ownership. If I were advising a client, I'd tell them it was extraordinarily imprudent, no matter what your brother's character is like. Given that he doesn't appear to have gainful employment and has a significant criminal history, I'd tell them it was pants on head retarded, and that said brother is trying to fucking take you for a ride.

Your brother may have "come to the point of his life now where he wants to buy a house for himself" but he has not come to the point of his life where anybody with enough brainpower to dress themselves should be loaning him money -- and that includes you, even through this silly transactional structure he's proposed.
Fuck Sebbleville - Tue, 23 May 2017 17:07:01 EST +nvaoWnH No.45857 Reply
>I appreciate your response, but it doesn't answer any of my questions.

Allow me to clarify.

>Seriously fucking don't. It is financially the most retarded thing ever. Fuck your family, you don't owe them shit if they have fucked up in the past.
Eliza Gezzlewell - Sun, 28 May 2017 10:33:46 EST fPFGx2b8 No.45860 Reply
I'd just like to add extreme doubt that he's trading stocks for his jobless income, and propose that has instead returned to some manner of crime.

When can they send you to the funny farm?

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- Tue, 02 May 2017 16:08:37 EST w9qlNc4Q No.45836
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I'm going to see a specialist to evaluate whether I might have Bi-polar disorder

Since this is a mental health issue, I'm cautious that the topic of suicide is going to come up

I think about it often, but I don't practice self harm and I have no actual intent to follow through, it's just a though I have when I get depressed

My question is, legally, at what point can a medical official recommend you be detained for psych eval or such? Is it at their discretion if you mention that you just have the thoughts, or do you have to actually display signs of self harm or declare an active intent?

Thank you for feedback
Frederick Blosslewell - Tue, 02 May 2017 19:29:06 EST hTo+W3Re No.45837 Reply
It depends on where you live, but in general it's up to the doctor based on whether you represent a danger to yourself or the community. There's also professional standards, oversight by a judge, and the constant threat of legal action if they fail to act or act improperly. If you're not a minor or in the care of someone else, just keep it PG-13 and you will probably be fine.

Haha LAPD Fuck You

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- Sun, 26 Mar 2017 23:34:39 EST FDKPbW3v No.45799
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If you had a case you would have already arrested me.
Haha fuck you, I have nothing to hide.
I'm doing nothing wrong.
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Augustus Pobberkit - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 00:08:19 EST FDKPbW3v No.45831 Reply
>Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
>The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized
>No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.
>In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.
>Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.
Augustus Pobberkit - Sun, 23 Apr 2017 04:39:51 EST FDKPbW3v No.45832 Reply
>Stasi's College of Law (Juristische Hochschule der Staatssicherheit, or JHS), and applied to political opponents in an effort to undermine their self-confidence and self-esteem. Operations were designed to intimidate and destabilise them by subjecting them to repeated disappointment, and to socially alienate them by interfering with and disrupting their relationships with others as in social undermining. The aim was to induce personal crises in victims, leaving them too unnerved and psychologically distressed to have the time and energy for anti-government activism.

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