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Need help desperately

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- Fri, 21 Oct 2016 15:12:16 EST DTRF8mUI No.45573
File: 1477077136486.jpg -(34302B / 33.50KB, 268x395) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Need help desperately
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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Doris Briblingtetch - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 20:07:48 EST DTRF8mUI No.45575 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 GjQVtkoi No.45580 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 5BgfoSlY No.45581 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

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- Wed, 24 Feb 2016 14:44:55 EST oYYHgUka No.45143
File: 1456343095411.jpg -(45379B / 44.32KB, 500x333) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Driving without insurance in Texas
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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Polly Giffingbury - Sat, 22 Oct 2016 14:34:40 EST mW7/FFIC No.45576 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 NI2HhCqf No.45577 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 62ptGJZI No.45585 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.

Marijuana and Court

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- Fri, 21 Oct 2016 01:02:44 EST pVQwII5U No.45570
File: 1477026164671.jpg -(31332B / 30.60KB, 325x356) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Marijuana and Court
A friend of mines lawyer says that they might not have to appear in court for a misdemeanor violation for marijuana. Lawyer also told them that they pushed back the court date. Friend has never met lawyer in person because they do not live in that state. The credentials of the lawyer seem to check out, but do they have reasons to fear? (friend is paranoid) Friend is facing their first charges of possession.

it's a conservative state in a not so conservative county. Friend is wondering if not appearing in court yourself for a misdemeanor violation of a small amount of marijuana is common/should they be worried. They do not want to be traveling through this state again, get pulled over, and told that they skipped court.
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Martin Pockdock - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 01:51:37 EST BHHp2/IG No.45571 Reply
I don't know how common it is on the whole, but it's very common for out of state parties to only have a representative. When you have to be there, there's no ambiguity about it.
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Phoebe Broshspear - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 05:18:21 EST GjQVtkoi No.45572 Reply
>>45570
Talk with DA before court. H/ she, may call it void or nothing. No attorneys, leave it at that. Your District attorney would make a minimal of the case if you talked to num/ner.

Fighting speeding ticket in court

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- Thu, 13 Oct 2016 23:18:02 EST 6Lf5Wrmr No.45560
File: 1476415082485.jpg -(861191B / 841.01KB, 1366x768) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Fighting speeding ticket in court
What's up /law/. I got a speeding ticket back in July and instead of paying the fine and all that bullshit I figured I should have my day in court. The pig caught me at 1 am on a nearly empty road while hiding under a bridge, and he felt very smug handing me the ticket and saying it could be doubled since construction workers were present. I literally didn't see them and when he pointed them out they were on TOP of the bridge I was driving under. Plus it was 1 am so how would I know they were working.

I've done some research on fighting the ticket and I have a chance if I can prove that I was driving safely under the road conditions even if i was speeding. I think I have enough evidence for this. I wont argue that I wasn't speeding because I probably was, but not by much. Anyway, since I think I have a shot should I represent myself, or get a traffic lawyer? Will a lawyer get me off easily, and are they expensive? Court is 2 weeks from now, but I will try to push it back as far as I can to waste the officer's time so he doesn't show up and I get off even easier.
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Clara Crullerson - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 02:45:01 EST ZqOMNLEb No.45561 Reply
>>45560
Officers do not show up for basic speeding tickets. Plain and simple.

Double fines are often imposed for roadwork present. No matter if workers are even present. Just that these are construction zones. Were work is often done around the clock.

Surely there were no signs whatsoever coming up to this, right?
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Just a guess, maybe a $120 fine, 3 points lost. Points replenished after a year?
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Nicholas Nillykirk - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 21:20:39 EST 6Lf5Wrmr No.45563 Reply
>>45561
>Officers do not show up for basic speeding tickets. Plain and simple.

You sure about that? Goes against everything I've heard
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Nicholas Nillykirk - Sun, 16 Oct 2016 21:35:07 EST 6Lf5Wrmr No.45564 Reply
>>45563
Also in my state fines are only doubled if workers are present.

didn't respond to traffic ticket in time, am I fugged?

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- Thu, 06 Oct 2016 20:21:53 EST dERtujz6 No.45551
File: 1475799713314.jpg -(97736B / 95.45KB, 600x504) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. didn't respond to traffic ticket in time, am I fugged?
live in PA. Got a speeding ticket on the 26th of last month, today is the 6th so it has been 10 days and I haven't responded to the citation summons yet. Tried to use the online citation Am I gonna get a bench warrant put out for me? I really wanna keep my record as clean as possible. If a warrant does get put out for me, how fucked am I? Will it significantly impact future job prospects?

as for how I am going to deal with this, I will head to the courthouse first thing tomorrow morning and hope I can get a plea submitted before the warrant goes out. How good are my chances of saving my skin, /law/?
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John Nurrydire - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 00:32:17 EST U3HIz5OR No.45553 Reply
>>45552
Lawless people. You will not have a warrant put out for you, Pleading not guilty will accomplish nothing. The officer will not show up regardless of anything, this would not change anything whatsoever anyway if he/she did or did not.

If the citation does not require a mandatory court appearance pay the fine asap. or you will be subjected to more points taken from you. Read it. Should be basically the same across the board in the US.

Pay fine or appear at a hearing, 2 maybe three choices, guilty, not guilt,

'no contest' may be allowed but changes nothing.

The court would not accept a not guilty plea. It is not a jail-able offense.

Sounds like you got cut some slack regardless what the officer wrote aside from what could have been the outcome of points taken.
Best possible outcome of appearing it taling with the DA and get one point taken off at best. Read you ticket carefully.

I never really say this to people for the most part, but don't be a weenie about this.
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Archie Crapperchirk - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 21:44:43 EST dERtujz6 No.45556 Reply
>>45553
ok I wont be a weenie, paid fine NB
rip 140 dollars, you go to a better cause than buying 3-meo-pcp for my schnoz
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Basil Bunworth - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 18:43:36 EST UIDaknlX No.45559 Reply
>>45556
On the other hand going to court could have still have had to pay fine, but less points taken. Guess depends which wa7 the wind blows. Whatever.

I made a $100 bet in a pool game, I should have really been at home anyway but was wored on my way home. A most almost impossible shot that have got me free drinks where people say if you make this I'll buy whatever you want. Needless to say I missed. I guess the person would not have taken the money if I asked or sniveled, whined, explained my inability to have really thought things through. but he kinda acted like you made the bet so0, I just gave it to him. Bad timing to lose that money to top it off.

Copyright vs United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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- Sat, 24 Sep 2016 17:05:10 EST H+qBoNKs No.45528
File: 1474751110721.jpg -(153048B / 149.46KB, 2000x2130) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Copyright vs United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
http://www.un.org/en/universal-declaration-human-rights/

Article 27.

(1) Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.
(2) Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
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John Nurrydire - Fri, 07 Oct 2016 18:10:05 EST U3HIz5OR No.45555 Reply
>>45554
In africa they held machete elections to keep free lections from coming forward, as well for real and real purpose genocide.
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corey - Tue, 11 Oct 2016 04:14:24 EST H+qBoNKs No.45557 Reply
>>45555

as far as i can tell copyright and patents are crimes against humanity, just as machete elections are.

in my land it is a common belief that you can get fined and go to jail for not being enrolled to vote.
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Basil Bunworth - Wed, 12 Oct 2016 18:34:08 EST UIDaknlX No.45558 Reply
>>45557
In the US there are all kinds of attempts to suppress voting. Changing the rules, some successful some were too idiotic and had to change their straightedges. Some higher courts shot down some of these.

Drug testing local govt job?

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- Mon, 03 Oct 2016 20:41:20 EST LJvVpkRr No.45546
File: 1475541680402.jpg -(53033B / 51.79KB, 960x720) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Drug testing local govt job?
I'm going in for an interview soon for a job working for a local city in WI. I'm not sure yet if they're requiring a drug test. I haven't smoked for about a week and I usually smoked regularly ~3 times a week, so I'm not sure how I'd fare yet. But anyway, because this job is technically with local government, what happens if I fail the drug test? Is it filed away somewhere? Is it a "oh well, can't hire you, sorry" and part ways? What exactly can happen? Any input is appreciated, thanks!
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Frederick Drollerdudge - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 22:39:31 EST +2gZNBBA No.45547 Reply
>>45546
Yea you likely would not be tested on the spot. It would at least be recorded locally if another part of local government inquired about another employment position in local government.

Just don't smoke until you know. A week even without smoking, don't even worry.

Final Paycheck

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- Tue, 27 Sep 2016 14:53:19 EST EkhpPxkJ No.45531
File: 1475002399926.jpg -(39940B / 39.00KB, 568x308) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Final Paycheck
I was recently contacted via email from my employer stating "You were scheduled to report for work on 9/24/16 at 10:30 am as described below. You did not show up for your scheduled shift and failed to notify me of your absence. I attempted to contact you via telephone today 9/24/16 at 2:42 pm regarding your absence. Please be advised that your absence from work was without notice and unauthorized. Your employment status with (Company) may be in jeopardy. You must respond to me via telephone or email within 24 hours of the date and time of this email to address your failure to report to work and communicate accordingly and to confirm your future work availability. Please know that if I have not heard from you by the deadline above, your employment will be separated due to Job Abandonment which is deemed a voluntary resignation per (Company) Attendance Policy. Should you have any other questions or concerns promptly contact Human Resources"

My question is regarding the language of Voluntary Resignation and if that is simply a fancy term for Fired or Terminated or is it stating that I personally quit my employment of my own willingness. The reason I ask is because I did not respond to the email within the time frame and due to my states rules on firing I am to be compensated by the next business day if I am fired.
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Ghengis Dong - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 00:25:14 EST G+2Q+DsP No.45540 Reply
>>45533
That's not at issue. OP claimed his state (So I assume he's in the U.S.) mandated that he be paid the very day following his termination, rather than at the end of the pay-period. Which seemed pretty petty, but I assumed he was in some kind of bind. I've never heard of such a thing though, seems pretty ridiculous

Given the glacial pace of this board. I'd bet OP's already been paid by now anyway and the thread can just die.
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William Socklechit - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 19:39:32 EST sq7MN2u4 No.45543 Reply
>>45531
Depends on your state, I know in Texas, and probably most at will states job abandonment/ no call no shows are considered voluntary resignation/termination or quitting, and makes you ineligible for most termination rights and unemployment benefits.
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Nathaniel Fuckingson - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 11:45:00 EST ttF4e1kf No.45544 Reply
>>45531
If you were flat our fired. Flinstone your fired. Then if that i the law then I guess it could stand. You should have contacted them if you wanted to keep your job.
You failed to show up and or respond, so it was on your part you resigned.

Now if you were fired like came to work intoxicated and screwed up, a liability,
then you could be fired.

I have willfully resigned every job I ever lost I believe by not showing up, by at least calling in with an excuse before during or after. Expect you paycheck on
the regular pay date.

Apartment shit

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- Wed, 07 Sep 2016 20:18:22 EST e3WkEkly No.45505
File: 1473293902359.jpg -(274766B / 268.33KB, 1128x1500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Apartment shit
Could really use some help making sense of this lease addendum for my apartment and my specific situation.

TLR - Leasing company's dicking me over and wasting my time with something I don't think I really need.

So I'm trying to get my name taken off my apartment lease so that my two roommates can continue living in the apartment while I move into one of my own at a different location. I was told that if I didn't fill out a tenant release addendum, I was going to be held liable for any further leases my roommates sign for the apartment. Worse yet, they're charging me $100 for a release fee.

According to the addendum, it's set up with the expectation that I'm trying to get out of my lease early, but as of today, I have paid the rent for my 12th month of my 12-month lease. I'm not trying to move out early, simply move out at the very end of the month.

To make everything worse, my property management staff has been incredibly incompetent about the whole process. I first asked about this nearly two weeks ago. I've been down to their office three times myself, and my roommates twice to sign a two page document. This last visit ended up with them losing my original copy of the addendum we all signed, as well as my signed check.

My move from my last apartment to the one I'm currently in wasn't even remotely as frustrating as this whole process has been.

What I really want to know is if a tenant release addendum is what I really need. My roommates intend to sign their own lease on their own credit at the end of the month so they can stay in the same apartment, but I just want to go my own way and the lease we signed for 12 months.

At the very least, could I raise hell about their bullshit and get the release fee waived?
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William Pangerwater - Sat, 10 Sep 2016 09:35:12 EST NI2HhCqf No.45510 Reply
>>45509
yea well they are in the business of making money and usually butt fucking of hte customer is worth while, especially when said customer likely wont ever be handing them money again.
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Edward Pibbergold - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 00:08:20 EST 97IMsrir No.45539 Reply
>>45509

leasing companies and landlords are in the business of being shady and incompetent professionally
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Reuben Porryhall - Sat, 01 Oct 2016 10:11:47 EST pbjNc33I No.45541 Reply
>>45509
Well if the renewal is automatic if no notice if given and it had lapsed into another month then,, If it is stated there is a release fee if no notice is given then I guess. I have seen this as commonplace.

I have known many landlords. Some were speed heads but sensible when it came to tenants rights. If you really think you are getting the shaft then look into you local tenants rights authority.

Reality is if you are on an automatic month to month recurring lease, and did not give what may be considered reasonable notice then you seem to fit in with what the contract states. While they seem to have charged you for the release, then the release should actually be standing and active.

You should get a statement of the release since you have been charged the fee release agreement.

I am no attorney but have rented with 6 month yearly leases, dodged landlords by default not paying rent, did midnight moves. Had associates take companies to court when they terminated their tenants leases and lost their property and prevailed with relative ease. Seen scumbag redneck landlords that
if they didn't have the landlord job they could not hold a job, where they screw people over and should in reality have their reality checked for them.

Watch those leases. Most are not extremely complicated. End lease before agreed upon, pay a fee
for terminating conditions of a lease. Just make sure your lease is actually terminated as they charged you for it. Get documentation of this, surely they can accommodate you with this.

Dog Sleep

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- Tue, 23 Aug 2016 00:21:44 EST DdhqDKi8 No.45485
File: 1471926104006.jpg -(67872B / 66.28KB, 1000x667) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Dog Sleep
What kind of things could I be charged with if I euthanized my mother's dog without her consent?
You know, using the vet, nothing crazy.
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Martin Shittingson - Wed, 14 Sep 2016 23:00:07 EST v/jyjLTt No.45519 Reply
Potentially theft, destruction of property & defrauding the veterinary practitioner + damages for emotional distress.
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Edward Pibbergold - Fri, 30 Sep 2016 00:01:45 EST 97IMsrir No.45538 Reply
just do it yourself. kidnap the dog, drive it into the forest, pet it for 20+ minutes, talking kindly to it, say a sincere apology/prayer/statement of kinship, then slip your knife just under the base of its skull, killing it very quickly. then dig the grave, bury the dog, mark the site (if you want), and tell the mother where the burial site is (if you want)
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Nicholas Lightspear - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 23:45:13 EST FUPE6YoH No.45545 Reply
>>45519
It's not out of spite!
She just doesn't want to (or cant afford) putting it down and it really should be done.

Death at sea

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- Fri, 23 Sep 2016 15:01:14 EST dRA5cg4Z No.45526
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My friends dad (mid 60s) and a local bar manager (married, but not to him) died in a boating accident in the ocean. He was more or less crippled in one leg and several people refused to go fishing with him because of it.

They were reported missing,and after a C.c. search they were both found dead.

The husband is now trying to sue my friend (manager of the estate) for a million dollars, which they don't have, for wrongful death.

The major hitch is that the lawyer representing the woman was already employed by the manager of the estates wife on another case. They will no longer return her calls or email.

What would your next step be? Counter suit against woman's family for luring the old man out, filing conflict of interest report, or both. All advice is appreciated.
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Nicholas Blunnermodge - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 21:23:45 EST 2o+VJHKj No.45527 Reply
>The husband is now trying to sue my friend (manager of the estate) for a million dollars, which they don't have, for wrongful death.
The husband is suing the estate, not the manager/trustee of the estate. The trustee of the estate is ultimately responsible for responding to the suit and if there are other stakeholders for the estate they can sue HIM if he doesn't fulfill his legal obligations.

>The major hitch is that the lawyer representing the woman was already employed by the manager of the estates wife on another case.
Is the other case related or on-going? If not, that's irrelevant.

>What would your next step be?
Consulting with a qualified attorney who can assess the wrongful death claim and explain what it would take to fight the suit. If there's more than a few thousand dollars at stake, that's a no-brainer.
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Edward Pibbergold - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 23:57:49 EST 97IMsrir No.45537 Reply
what's a c.c. search?

Eviction hearing

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- Mon, 26 Sep 2016 08:48:43 EST ByXcjrSR No.45529
File: 1474894123573.jpg -(1283691B / 1.22MB, 2825x2775) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Eviction hearing
so i haven't paid my rent for this month. i work in construction and my office sent me home a bunch of days this month because there was no work. It took me a while, but I found another job last Thursday, the problem is that I don't start until this upcoming Friday.
I spent all weekend selling everything I own, except for my laptop (which I'm pawning later today) and my truck, which I plan on selling later today as well (I have a buyer lined up for it), in an effort to cover the rent and fees before the hearing.

I received a summons last week, and my hearing is in three hours.

Am I fucked? What should I do? I'll be able to pay the rent and the fees at the end of the week, but I'm afraid the judge is gonna be just like "fuck it" and give an OK to have me out of there.

tl;dr, eviction hearing today, but I'm able to pay what I owe at the end of the week, what should I say/do?
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Edward Pibbergold - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 23:54:08 EST 97IMsrir No.45535 Reply
dont sell your computer or vehicle man, those are crucial essentials. get a title loan or loan from a family member. after you pay that rent your first thought will be, "FUCK i dont have a FUCKING CAR" and your second thought will be "FUCK I DONT EVEN HAVE A FUCKING COMPUTER TO DISTRACT ME FROM NOT HAVING A FUCKING CAR" then you will become a heroin addict

Shipping wine internationally

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- Mon, 26 Sep 2016 11:50:05 EST OB5WXTuQ No.45530
File: 1474905005834.jpg -(61098B / 59.67KB, 1080x1776) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Shipping wine internationally
Has anyone ever done this? Ship wine from a foreign country via usps? Im on base and I really want my lady friend to get this stuff I bought her, but wine and perfume apparently cant be shipped. I'm hearing that the alternative methods are a real fucking hassle. Im just wondering how easy it is to get alcohol past customs?
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Edward Pibbergold - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 23:52:34 EST 97IMsrir No.45534 Reply
why the fuck cant wine be shipped? when i went from us to asia and back, all them countries just asked you to declare your alcohol to customs, i think the limit was like a handle of liquor lol. is it different in the mail than carrying it on your person? ive never tried to mail an alcoholic beverage before

Car accident, didn't call the cops

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- Sat, 10 Sep 2016 13:10:13 EST /WdPKYtx No.45511
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So someone backed up into my car the other day. It was the other person's fault. I was insured but didn't have my insurance information with me at the time, so didn't want to call the cops and risk getting arrested for driving without insurance. We do exchange information and I have a picture of her insurance. I called her insurance company who inform me that the policy had been cancelled. Great. I call the other driver and tell her this and she acts surprised, claiming she made a payment last month and she will check it out.

Now what do I do. She lives in my apartment complex which is where the accident happened. Would it make sense for me to call the cops and have them take statements from both me and her and file a report, or am I wasting my time and the best thing I can do now is hope she pays?
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Cedric Damblelock - Fri, 16 Sep 2016 21:48:53 EST K2comxKc No.45523 Reply
>>45511
Hit and run may be a start. It is what it is.
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Archie Shittingman - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 04:47:27 EST NI2HhCqf No.45524 Reply
this would likely be a civil suit where youd have to sue them for damages.

the burden of proof is much lower, not resonable doubt but perponderance of evidence. the fact you have he id, and insurance a a credible story likely means you would win.

text her asking whats up. texts are great evidence.
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Angus Debberfit - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 16:39:42 EST Wc83n62P No.45525 Reply
>>45511
wouldnt hurt to try. im my exp tho cops dont do a damn thing.

even when I caught some faggots breaking my car windshield in a parking lot, called the cops, gave them accurate descriptions with video. Found the ass holes an hour later. And did absolutely nothing cept ask if they did it, no? okay free to go. fuck the police. Take matters into your own hands.

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