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My employer subjected me to a blood test

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- Mon, 16 Dec 2019 00:46:40 EST XlHtm45/ No.46580
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Long story short.

I came in with a hangover and not brushed teeth at 11, around 2 they apparently noticed I smelled of alcohol. 5pm they called me in and questioned me and told me id have to get a drug screening. They didn't swab me but after a lengthy conversation with the company's medical thing I was sent to med express for them to draw my blood to screen for alcohol. After 30 minutes they told me they don't do that there and I went back to my job. After another lengthy conversation with the company's medical thing I was sent to the hospital who sent me to the ER where I waited 2 hours for them to also tell me they don't do that there. After a call to the manager who instigated all of this and telling him all this he says "well, just call it" and calls off the whole thing.

Can they even fucking do that?
Hamilton Sankindale - Thu, 19 Dec 2019 15:08:34 EST q7IKVe6F No.46582 Reply
Can they do that? It seems like they already did...
Alice Sangerdale - Wed, 25 Dec 2019 11:20:56 EST puggTd3w No.46583 Reply
Med Express does do drug tests. (screenings) They thought it was wrong to do so in your case. They, your employer screwed up.

How to take out criminal charges on an officer

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- Sat, 23 Nov 2019 17:45:26 EST JTn7Nvmj No.46548
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Long story short, an officer illegally confiscated my firearm. I have already filed a complaint for violation of US Code Title 18 Section 242, Deprivation of Rights under Color of Law. They took it/filed it as a "complaint," however. I want to make sure this officer faces this as a criminal charge, not a simple "complaint." What procedure should I follow? I live in Tennessee if that is relevant
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Esther Trothall - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 04:43:25 EST eHt0vVrg No.46577 Reply
Tennessee, is common for forfeiture. If you have attorney, seek damages, if possible. You may be discouraged, but keep on. They are far weaker than they act or seem. Keep on your rights.
Charlotte Clangerpire - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 15:11:29 EST zoDbd7Q+ No.46578 Reply
Civil court, if one seeks damages against loss, or damages. It means no matter if one is on duty. One can pursue a civil case. If a cop beats somebody, they are not protected. In a civil case. It is the same as, say, one stole your possessions. So say one takes ones ones personal property. While actually on duty. A civil case has complications, it may, it will complicate things. In general it is still a civil case.

So, if person took your property, (OP) he did so, he did. Ok, law, is there reason for his/her to take your property. Can they justify doing so. In what way, in what manner.
Charlotte Clangerpire - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 15:26:38 EST zoDbd7Q+ No.46579 Reply
Interesting, taking ones say, simple $800 dollars. Because. How is it divided?

I may carry X amount of money. Soooo, if some cop decides to confiscate, say $3,000 bucks. My wallet. My federal jurisdiction cards. Feds are as person said, has oversight over police departments. If a police department becomes soo corrupt, it can be held to oversight, or
if it is widespread beyond, their scope of duties, can be dismantled.

This has been proven between between departments, and further.


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- Tue, 26 Nov 2019 01:55:56 EST cfYutFUh No.46551
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Is there any way to run from probation for a dui and get my license back? I have to run from my shit hole state because i have no other choice and i dont want to lose my license forever

I talked to someone online and they told me they ran from their stupid shit and they had their license suspended and everything too and they said when they ran they put a warrant out and shit for them and they just paid back all their shit and their warrants went away and they got their license back and everything

I just dont think it will work for me because god follows me around ruining my life and i live in the strictest fucking shit hole 3rd world country state in the world with the most strict laws worse than third world cut your head off shit

I have to run becuase every single logical solution i find god ruins and god ruined my life
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Hedda Piddledale - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 02:56:37 EST zoDbd7Q+ No.46558 Reply
If they, who you spoke with didn't have a dui, then that is that. Yea, if you want your license back, just deal with the probation. I guarantee running from probation,
it will likely be worse. Extradition for dui? Well extradition for probation violation seems fairly possible. If so, you will eventually be IDd by police, that is probable. They may see, outstanding warrant out of wherever. And that is that, either they will let you go or keep ya and take you back again. I just know this, facing justice
is easier that getting picked up, especially if it is at a time you think things are going well, or at times you think thinhs could not get any worse.
Jarvis Billinglock - Wed, 04 Dec 2019 13:18:36 EST yp/nodBw No.46566 Reply
i mean, you can try driving without license in baja california. i hear mexican cops can be bribed by the layman
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Ghengis Dong - Mon, 09 Dec 2019 11:18:44 EST YOcVLdlQ No.46567 Reply
You will only fuck up your life worse by running.

You won't be able to have a legal license anywhere in the country until the terms of your probation are fulfilled. If you violate by leaving state indefinitely you will 100% be facing prison time. Clients at my office have spent months awaiting extradition and didn't even have it counted towards time served, so effectively they spent about two years incarcerated for a 1st offense DUI because they did stupid shit like what you're suggesting in this thread.

I'm sorry you're in this situation, but you will only fuck yourself into a deeper hole if you run

Fleeing from probation

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- Thu, 14 Nov 2019 16:29:28 EST /UjG95o+ No.46538
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I’m running from probation becuase my life is hell and its ruining my life and i cant do it anymore. And theyre targeting me.

If my license got suspended can i just run and get my license back after its done being suspended? It’s just a misdemeanor so i dont really gotta worry about anything. I talked to someone online and they told me they ran from probation with a suspended license and they just paid their fines off later and then all their warrants and shit went away and license wasnt suspended anymore

Can i just run and as long as i pay off all my shit i can get my license back? And the only thing is i just cant run back home? I dont really care about that shit i just wanna leave as long as i get my license back i dont really give a shit.

So just pay my shit off and wait and they have to give my shit back on the run as long as i do pay it off and everything? And the only thing i gotta worry about is a warrant 3000 miles away in a place i never wanna go back to anyways?
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Augustus Clobbertare - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 13:08:41 EST cfYutFUh No.46554 Reply
It’s a misdemeanor so they won’t EXTRADITE me

The fucked up thing is that this is literally a minor misdemeanor. The only misdemeanor on my record. This fucking garbage as state treats any misdemeanor like a national class a felony. Not even fucking joking. I’ve talked to people in other states with serious felonies and it’s like a slap on the wrist compared to my fucking MISDEMEANOR. and I’ve been on the shit for over a year with nothing but good behavior. Literally still tasted like I robbed a fucking federal bank with a gun and shot someone or something. THIS IS SO FUCKED. I literally have to run
Hedda Piddledale - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 02:47:02 EST zoDbd7Q+ No.46557 Reply
Yea, reality can be a misdemeanor can be treated worse than many peoples felonies. I don't know why. I think it may have something to do with city county revenue$, especially if they are on you case so hard.
Charles Trotshaw - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 19:43:25 EST F1q0c8o5 No.46559 Reply
Sometimes. I have a felony that is complete bullshit. But people can strangle their girlfriends and get a county year at most.
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Probation, drug tests, dodging them

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- Wed, 13 Nov 2019 01:05:12 EST F1q0c8o5 No.46533
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I don't expect to get much out of posting this, but does anyone think I could get in "trouble" for re scheduling a drug test? I have to take super serious drug tests because somehow probation thinks that I could be using drugs that aren't tested for on their panel tests.

Which, maybe I have. I re scheduled my next test for a week later than it was supposed to be. I've done everything I've been asked to do and never failed a test yet but somehow I still received a bad report the last time I had a court appearance. If they keep complaining I could actually go to prison even though I haven't done anything wrong.

I think that I've made the best choice here - the lesser of two evils, because I'm not actually sure (even though I've ceased use) that I'll pass this test. The extra week makes me feel more confident. I'm not sure what they'll do the first time I fail a test, and I know someone who failed about half a dozen of them before they threw him in jail. I don't know if I'd be so lucky though.

Besides that, what can I do to win the favor of my p.o.? I suppose I have a serious drug dependency and honestly I can't stand being sober and I'm a completely different and better person when I'm using. Getting high takes priority over anything else in my life - everything comes second to it. I don't even have much of a will to live without drugs. I feel like a total failure in life and the drugs motivate me and change my personality in a way where I actually can conquer things in my life.

..wat do?
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Sidney Pickdale - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 14:42:56 EST duLAvH8s No.46537 Reply
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What the fuck is your charge?
They don't actually send people to pound you in the butt prison for small scale possession (no matter what some of the retards try to tell you).
Easiest way to pass a drug test is to not do drugs. it really isn't that hard bucko.
>how old are you? 28?
grow up dude
Martha Dondlefune - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 22:57:35 EST F1q0c8o5 No.46539 Reply
I take gc/ms or elisa drug urinalysis in addition to 9 panels. They can see everything in your system. Caffeine, nicotine.. anything. This is the first time I've ever re scheduled it and I actually thought I had other conflicting appointments. I was wrong about the time of one of them and the date of the other. It did benefit me to do this though. I'm going to tell the truth and hope I'm believed.

I'm a felon. Your common sense isn't useful.

I don't feel comfortable doing any of that. I go to report and that's the only contact I generally have with them. Thanks for the help.

The very last thing I want to happen in life is to go to prison. I'm doing at this point a great deal to avoid it & I don't feel like I deserve it either.

I'm sure it will work out. Thanks everyone.
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Angus Honeyfield - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 00:34:10 EST eY+wzBfz No.46543 Reply
>I don't feel comfortable doing any of that. I go to report and that's the only contact
>I generally have with them. Thanks for the help.

I can see that. Distance. I had a po call me, thinking I was in trouble, she said, the time for all this is almost up, 2 years. She said, you could have had this over with if you paid a fine a long time ago. Meanwhile I was worried about getting picked up. Dang

Police alerted from facebook messenger

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- Sat, 28 Sep 2019 01:58:34 EST tWRmm503 No.46483
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Someone I know had police ask them questions about making facebook comments. Me and her were just talking about shit and both of our facebooks went black. So wtf happened there for our facebooks to get deleted within seconds of each other then a few days later police show up asking her questions? Neither of us have committed a crime but we were talking about some edgy stuff and our life problems. But we've always done that. Literally we are wait getting arrested by the cyberpolice? Isnt that free speech and privacy invasion if so?
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Charles Buddledare - Sun, 10 Nov 2019 08:53:43 EST c7QxMohZ No.46531 Reply
OP here gotta update so police were by more times after. First I was a domestic terrorist then I was a murderer now I am just being charged with having racist conversations on facebook which carries 2 year sentence. I was accused of being
an extremist member of a far right group and also associated with incels and
a devil worshipper and in charge of recruiting nazis for terrorist plots etc. But that
all dropped but the alleged hate speech stuff didn't when I cannot even really
member saying anything racist.

Anyways they also monitor my emails and texts and send me faked ones relating to drugs as well.

This ia unbelievable but its true. It seems like they just framed me or something.

I know they are reading this and it will have consquences but have to share it somehow because this is a police state now a communist one.
Shitting Drengerpodging - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 12:49:27 EST F1q0c8o5 No.46532 Reply
always use proxies bro. dont even let them dox you - make new e mails, etc
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Betsy Clangerfield - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 22:40:07 EST 1FDjVYzg No.46535 Reply
>This ia unbelievable but its true.

Yea, I can see it. Document everything. File motions of discovery. The media would pounce all over this, if
you can show this happened and is happening. Lawsuits for this could and should be a realistic option.

Encrypt your dns, in firefox it is easy, and the dns requests would be encrypted but as per the instructions,
would likely be retrievable if one sought to do so.

Is this illegal?

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- Tue, 10 Sep 2019 03:00:55 EST gpSToKAT No.46461
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One of my roommates keeps eating my food, so here's what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna buy some chinese tomorrow and eat just a tiny bit of it, then sprinkle LSD all over everything and put it in the fridge. I can guarantee none of these motherfuckers living in my house have tripped before. It's gonna be a bad time. /law/, am I about to commit a felony? If so please reference the law as well as you can so I can look up the USC and see it for myself lol
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George Smallcocke - Sat, 05 Oct 2019 02:05:55 EST J53uEaUD No.46503 Reply
But reality, what dose would simply cause diarrhea in an otherwise healthy person with say, no constipation. The answer is basically no dose would be actually predictable. The dosage instructions are clear, a little bit too much, could be too much, too little, can be hazardous as well. Some are stimulant laxatives, which
try to force a stool from a constipated person by mechanical means. Which, some people simply cannot take these or they could have a very negative reaction.

Even as a prank, a recommended dosage could prove harmful to some people.
But as 'law' it's not we were not trying to harm anybody, it was just a prank. We used the recommended dosage.

It is intent.
George Nerringhood - Thu, 07 Nov 2019 23:26:13 EST VaAL87Ax No.46530 Reply
There are a lot of ways they could know, of find that something is lilkely wrong

PDO Accident

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- Sun, 03 Nov 2019 14:46:03 EST hGTbGhf5 No.46523
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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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Hedda Sevingfadging - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 17:20:57 EST OAqps2xf No.46525 Reply
All of this. Your insurer has an absolute duty to defend, so make sure they know you’re being sued.
You probably found out from them after pre suit negotiations you never knew were even happening didn’t come to a settlement.
All I can say is you’re probably fine and since is chiro you’re talking a within policy limits case, the insurer gets to nickle and dime when it’s their cash on the line.
As a former insurance defense lawyer all I can say is please cooperate with your lawyer and don’t make them come find you because that’s the fucking worst.
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Cedric Nishsturk - Thu, 07 Nov 2019 13:09:02 EST owr2izIy No.46527 Reply
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.

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.

Cedric Nishsturk - Thu, 07 Nov 2019 13:11:28 EST owr2izIy No.46528 Reply
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.

Fishy DUI

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- Sun, 26 May 2019 17:19:23 EST +1KRmpqs No.46396
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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?
Nicholas Blytheman - Fri, 31 May 2019 18:23:38 EST QLfkBtvL No.46411 Reply
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.
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
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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
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.
Walter Dobblesedging - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 21:58:32 EST YXwoQ1m5 No.46518 Reply
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.

divorce court soon and shit

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- Tue, 01 Oct 2019 14:02:06 EST GVnd7W63 No.46495
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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
Caroline Bliffinglure - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 12:33:31 EST VwjMbwK7 No.46508 Reply
It sounds like you were not living there at the time and your name is not on the title? You dun goofed.

transfer probation

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- Sun, 29 Jul 2018 09:53:38 EST AeyeTq7w No.46256
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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.
Nell Sishshaw - Fri, 13 Sep 2019 06:14:49 EST cfYutFUh No.46468 Reply
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?
Cedric Sagglestadging - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 04:37:24 EST UrrgM6jj No.46475 Reply
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
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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.

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Thomas Nosslewick - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 15:23:57 EST KduxPQri No.46369 Reply
Are you serious?
Landlords not giving tenants any privacy in their own home were not raised right.
David Fonningware - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 16:58:23 EST ZEkRdO72 No.46472 Reply
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.
Cedric Sagglestadging - Sun, 15 Sep 2019 04:32:12 EST UrrgM6jj No.46473 Reply
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
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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?
David Fonningware - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 16:24:35 EST ZEkRdO72 No.46470 Reply
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.

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