Urbana, IL asked in Criminal Law and Civil Rights for Illinois

Q: you didn't answer my question because you obviously dont understand the question..

if you read my last question thoroughly then read this question thoroughly then you would understand my question..other than that you dont have to answer if its too hard to understand instead of complaining because im trying to find answers and you dont have them or just one of those who help this bogus justice system and the unlawful acts of their officers..my life and freedom is at stake and i need help getting answers i that i dont have money to pay a lawyer to help me understand..so unless you can send me a link to something i havent already searched myself or tell me things i havent already reseached you can bypass my questions..thank you

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Gary Kollin
Gary Kollin
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL

A: If you would have the courtesy to write in complete sentences beginning with capital letters and ending in punctuation marks, it might assist in understanding your inquiry.

perhaps paragraphs could also help.

If you choose to use your self created punctuation that is your choice. But I, for one, will not spend my time deciphering your writing.

IIf you feel self righteous enough to believe you can write that way,that is your choice. You are asking me to do something for free. If you do not want to spend the time, then good luck

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