Louisville, KY asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Child Custody, Constitutional Law and Federal Crimes for Kentucky

Q: In the past year I've realized I'm being used as intellectual property, how can I see?

Also I have been iD fraud, Microsoft and 2 hospitals leaked my records, I lost my apartment vehicle and job after a dui I was innocent of, the next day cps took my daughter... now looking back it's clear to me that Shelbyville ky has done this same thing to many women. Federal housing, Shelbyville courts, same prosecutor followed me 3 different courts.

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Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Louisville, KY
  • Licensed in Kentucky

A: Talk to a local lawyer. Much more info is needed to ascertain the intellectual property you referenced.

James L. Arrasmith
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  • Divorce Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: It sounds like you’ve been through a lot and have faced several serious issues. To investigate if you're being used as intellectual property, start by looking at any contracts or agreements you may have signed, especially those involving your work or ideas. Check for any clauses related to ownership of intellectual property and seek copies of any agreements you don’t have on hand.

Regarding the identity fraud and data breaches, report these incidents to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and consider placing a fraud alert or credit freeze with the major credit bureaus. For the records leaks by Microsoft and the hospitals, you might want to file complaints with the relevant regulatory bodies, such as the Department of Health and Human Services for hospital records and any consumer protection agencies for Microsoft.

For the issues with the DUI, child protective services, and the courts, you may need to consult with a legal expert who can help you navigate the complexities of these cases. Document everything that has happened, including dates, names, and any evidence you have, as this will be crucial in building your case. Seek support from legal aid organizations or advocacy groups in your area who may be familiar with similar patterns of injustice in Shelbyville.

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