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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
>>45868
gotta have drugs violence crime, privatized prisons and politics rely on this, as well
media.
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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
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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
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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
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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.

>question:

Can i be held responsible for the mold?
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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.
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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.
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Sidney Pittford - Tue, 06 Jun 2017 01:09:13 EST THD7y+P7 No.45864 Reply
>>45863
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.
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Fuck Sebbleville - Tue, 23 May 2017 17:07:01 EST +nvaoWnH No.45857 Reply
>>45855
>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.
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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
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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.
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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.

Moved states, No documents.

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- Wed, 19 Apr 2017 18:16:55 EST 7SDHLtOE No.45822
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Got short on luck and eventually just hopped states and crashed with a buddy.

Went to my mom who kept my social and birth certificate beforehand. She I guess lost it transferring to a new appt in my home state.

Where to go from here to get my life straighten out?
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Martha Gunningnag - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 08:03:52 EST NGRDarb/ No.45828 Reply
So do you have ID?
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Phineas Bollerworth - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 20:02:31 EST 7SDHLtOE No.45829 Reply
>>45828
no I apologize, phone shit the bed and it was saying it didn't go through.
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Emma Bardbanks - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 11:27:39 EST R25Uyzaw No.45830 Reply
Your birth certificate is the corner stone of your documented identity. You can get a copy from the state/county where you were born though it may take time and money. Once you have that you'll want to establish residency and try to meet your new state's requirements for a state photo ID. They accept a laundry list of things as proof of identity.

Disablity income & Paypal

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- Wed, 19 Apr 2017 19:17:10 EST 7SDHLtOE No.45826
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due to a screw-up from my bank, I can't access my bank until they get the correct info on my account which they estimate will take a few weeks. i receive disability and once my account exceeds $2,000 they totally cut me off. Landlord agreed to let me not pay this month and just pay the two months after it's handled. however by next month my i'd be over 2000+. I have acess to my debit but that's all. if I kept the money in PayPal, for now, would Social Security let out the hounds on me?
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Charlotte Birryherk - Thu, 20 Apr 2017 01:06:17 EST obJbVY8y No.45827 Reply
If you want to use Paypal, load money onto a card but don't redeem it until you think it's safe. Then there's nothing that looks like impropriety. But you may not need to. Unless your account is frozen, some transactions may be placed on hold pending action by the bank and these should be reflected on your net balance which is what should be reported. It's like writing a check that someone hasn't cashed.

Shoplifting lol

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- Tue, 05 Apr 2016 15:39:41 EST Mo0Jkj74 No.45261
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Hey guys so I'm just wondering about little thing,
got busted for shoplifting earlier and was banned for life from all Whole Foods in the country. They said if I even stepped foot into another store I'd get arrested.
Is this real? They took a picture of me and my ID but how would they know if I went into a different store?
Their cheese is just so tasty and expensive.
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Phineas Huggleworth - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 14:57:34 EST 5sPPNv6g No.45820 Reply
>>45261
OP couldn't resist their fine selection of artisan cheese.
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Doris Clammleville - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 02:42:00 EST dxus8607 No.45833 Reply
>>45820

"What are you in for man?"

"Uh...I stole some cheese."
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Matilda Chullysat - Tue, 09 May 2017 14:21:13 EST SkoVvcQ/ No.45841 Reply
>>45833
OP sounds like he is a Skyrim character or something

a guy in a prison you'd talk to before he was beheaded for stealing cheese too many times

Full custody battle question

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- Thu, 12 Jan 2017 15:10:43 EST oevBmkbA No.45695
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Hey guys - So, few questions

Firstly, my wife is a drug addict(benzos) and is physically and emotionally abusive. Recently, she has been physically and emotionally abusive. Subject is a bruise she gave me from biting me because I wouldn't let her in the bathroom 'cause I was taking a shit. Anyway, here's my problems and questions:


Her mother is probably going to buy her a lawyer. That's fine, but - I am probably starting my new job next week, which means I'll have money for everything. Rent, etc. Won't need her for shit. Furthermore, when I get a Mental Inquest Warrant and Emergency Protection Order out on her, what are the chances of a judge granting it? I'll be filing for full custody as well. But how do I really get her gone for good? What steps do I need to take? She is causing my son to have irreversible anxiety and I can't do it anymore. Thanks in advance guys!
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Barnaby Secklewater - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 00:56:14 EST AXoTj1zI No.45696 Reply
I don't know much but restraining orders are generally easy if one can show that one has a realistic concern for their or others welfare, well being, safety.

Seek a simple restraining order. The biting alone is troubling, a judge would generally
consider a picture favorable moreso than just a 'she bit me at some point in time.'
Taken that in consideration with statements of past/present behaviors.

She need not be present when filling this. She 'could' contest this, I believe upon 7 days notice? Or withing the time a restraining order is granted.

If you express concern about yours and your sons welfare and why, then should be no reason why it would not be granted. Do document this stuff. Do not get into mutual confrontations, arguments.

If she is fully like visibly, physically, verbally out of control you can call the police. No doubt her attitude will be as erratic. As well if the marks are still visible, the (police) would likely not act on that but just as well take that into consideration on your statements and her present behavior.
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Sidney Shittingshit - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 01:42:00 EST DMsa3Mjv No.45816 Reply
Please try to resolve this amicably, i.e. out of court.
better for everyone that way.
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Phineas Huggleworth - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 14:53:31 EST 5sPPNv6g No.45817 Reply
>>45816
This. Even if she's struggling with addiction, she's still your kid's(') mother and they deserve to have her in their lives. I mean, assuming she's not a threat to them, etc.

Benzo addiction is hard af. What's worse, breakups make things really bad. Good luck to you and your children OP.

Whistleblowing

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- Thu, 19 Jan 2017 13:06:34 EST 17IJ8gha No.45699
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Hey guys.

I was intricately involved in an organization that made fraudulent claims on products they sold to various state government bodies across the US. The products they sold did not meet specification standards set by the various state governing bodies, but were sold as if they were. They've been doing this for over two decades. The purpose of doing this was to cut manufacturing costs on their end.

How it works is samples of a particular product is sent to a laboratory for approval, and when it is approved, it can be sold statewide for government contracts. The samples this organization submitted were fabricated from small batches outside of the cheaply made mass production batches. These small, high quality batches were submitted as representative samples of the lower quality large batches. They outcompete competition by cheating.

When a sample fails a field test, the contractor is forced to pay back the money it was paid to perform the task, and these costs are passed onto the organization that provided the product.

There are potentially hundreds of claims to be made.

What do you think? Should I do anything about this?
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Fuck Pellerford - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 16:00:38 EST I5RV8fro No.45795 Reply
Or you know, Union Carbide.

I wasn't sure which you meant.
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Fuck Pellerford - Fri, 24 Mar 2017 16:06:06 EST I5RV8fro No.45796 Reply
Haven't you ever heard of "prototyping"?

The final product is not representative of the marketing sample. You just need to reword you're contracts, slide some boiler plate underneath and do the usual, "Sign here, SIgn here," bullshit.

Meanwhile, work on upgrading your clients to the better materials. Bury their claims, try to quickly settle for about 10% of what they are worth in legal fees and lost sales, try to fill the backlog so there are as few as complaints as possible and word of mouth keeps spreading about your "amazing" products.
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Sidney Shittingshit - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 01:27:14 EST DMsa3Mjv No.45813 Reply
automobile manufacturers have been doing this since the 80's

potential wax manufacturing felony charge

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- Sat, 21 Jan 2017 18:22:09 EST qj2brHNd No.45705
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So a few months ago my buddys house was raided for suspicion of 'cp' (there was none of that shit) because the fucker was using onions w/o vpn i think. Anyways its this guys 8th offense and my first offense. They raided the house and found me laying in the spare bed next to a wax vape and so i was inititally charged with paraphenelia and had to spend some time in jail. I was living there temporarily because me and my neighbor and roommate were dabbin all summer/self medicating. The guy admitted to the police that everything in the house was his but i didnt know that at the time and because i have good morals i straight up admitted that some fo the wax was mine. There was around 14+ grams of shatter in the house and like half of it was mine truly so i admitted to the police that it was mine but nothing else. My dabs were stored in those little rubber containers that you can get at your local headshop and i had like 5 of them full of wax. Keep in mind this is my first offense and i was scared shitless with a rifle in my face with a bunch of police in the house so thats partly why i straight up admitted some of it was my personal use.

Anyways a couple months later they send me a big ol envelope in the mail and they are trying to charge us with manufacturing of dabs which is fucking ridiculous. They think we were both participating in a grow op when we were not, and there is no evidence of a grow except for like those metal things that keep tomato plants up, a bag of miracle grow, and a single LED light. That doesnt prove anything. LED lights are used to fucking light up dark areas and thats not illegal. They want to charge us with manufacturing which is a felony in my state.

Im hoping for just a simple and serious misdemeanor for possession of a schedule 1 narcotic. Ive tried contacting my lawyer multiple times but he never gets back to me.

Anyways i think the cops are just trying to fuck us up as much as they can so they are making too many assumptions and just throwing them at us.

Has this happened to anyone else? Any advice? Im pretty sure ill be fine with the possession of both wax and paraphenelia. My court date is in 2 months. Give me some input guys if you dont mind. This is my first time ever being arrested and i dont know what to do really.

Also there was a legal mushroom spore syringe which contains no psilocybe, what do i say about that?
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David Fellyfoot - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 03:30:50 EST JWVt32cX No.45784 Reply
>>Anyways i think the cops

That's exactly how they do. they want to throw as much on you as possible if they're raiding you at gun point. it sounds like you just being there and admitting that any amount of it was yours put you in a fucked situation. thats enough wax to be considered distribution in a most states, especially if some was in separate container. call a better damn lawyer and hope you beat the case without having to catch a distribution charge (it's a felony in every state, so in manufacturing, it's federal in many cases depending on the amounts too).

if you're gonna sleep in spots like that you gotta be ready to hold it together with a gun in your face. that's the reality of America. dude has 8 charges. once you catch your first 2 charges, the law has it out for you for life.
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Polly Dandlebug - Sun, 26 Mar 2017 23:37:52 EST FDKPbW3v No.45800 Reply
>Anyways i think the cops are just trying to fuck us up as much as they can so they are making too many assumptions and just throwing them at us.

This is pretty much what they're doing to me.
If they had any evidence they would have raided me or arrested me.
They do this shit when they have absolutely no case or a weak case.
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Sidney Shittingshit - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 01:24:08 EST DMsa3Mjv No.45812 Reply
they just want to fuck with you; this sounds like a grade B frame-up job.
if your lawyer can't be bothered to return your calls, fire him and find someone who answers their telephone and is willing to go to trial.

don't say another word to cops or prosecutors from the district attorney's office.

they already jailed you for the bong, the attempt to try you again is double jeopardy. there's probably a political motive to go after couch-surfing stoners, do you have any enemies in local politics?

Probate Court Records

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- Thu, 06 Apr 2017 12:47:18 EST 9HzRFqxV No.45809
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I'm a wholesaler in Florida and I'm currently building my seller lists through public court records. I noticed as I'm going through the formal administration cases that sometimes they will have 3 separate cases back to back with the petitioners having the same last name/maiden name. Now.. clearly to me this means its a family is fighting over the descendant's estate and the brothers/sisters all filed for separate probate cases, if my understanding it correct.

Now here's my dilemma, if say I acquire a property through a scenario like the one above, is it possible for the other family members to sue if say, the brother short sells the property to me without the others consent? Can they sue the person on the other side of the contract?

I try to get answers from other wholesalers, realtors, and brokers and they all tell me I'm thinking too much about it and they've never had a lawsuit etc etc. Personally, I do care because one lawsuit could mean the end of my business as I'm just starting with very little capital.

TL;DR: Can I get sued for selling a property in an open probate case that is being litigated by multiple relatives of the seller? I tried getting answers from a family attorney and he couldn't even say yes or no for legal reasons. Can someone just answer the damn question?? lol
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George Seblingham - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 14:50:04 EST 37zVoeS6 No.45810 Reply
Anyone can sue you for anything, genius. What you have to ask yourself is what boxes you need to check to make sure you can have such a suit thrown out on day one. Pay a probate lawyer in Florida for a consultation.

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