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Q: A friend has defaulted on payments on a car loan and are now making life threats against me and my family

A friend/employee need a car, i took out the loan with the agreement they would pay the monthly payments they contacted me last week asking for a 1000.00 dollar loan i said i could not Yesterday i found out they had not paid the car payment Dec or Jan In contacting them about this it has now become... Read more »

Shazam Kianpour
Shazam Kianpour answered on Feb 12, 2014

This is a serious allegation. If you are truly being threatened, then law enforcement may need to get involved. Of course if you call the police, the party threatening you may argue that you have committed "Theft" and police may come back and charge you with a serious felony if you decided to... Read more »

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Q: If you have a charge for fraud from seventeen years ago in a different state from the one arrested is there extradition
Shazam Kianpour
Shazam Kianpour answered on Feb 12, 2014

In general, state reciprocity means that if one state is requesting you be arrested due to felony charges, then the felony charges are extraditable. So yes.

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Q: Arrested on out of date search warrent and held for four days

What happens when your house , property & car is searched drugs were found (100 grams of cannabis & approximately 3 points of amphetamines and one glass pipe) refused bail spent 4 days and 3 nights in jail. Then granted bail then found out search warrant was out of date by 4 weeks.

Shazam Kianpour
Shazam Kianpour answered on Feb 12, 2014

This is not a simple question. The warrant issue must be researched. Sometimes there are "cure"s that the state can use. Such as claiming you were committing a crime when they stopped you so regardless of the invalidity of the warrant, under Colorado v. Bertine, the vehicle impound law decided... Read more »

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