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Q: How do I get a right to use sonic in my game?

I'll pay for the copy right.

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Sep 23, 2023

Contact the owner of the Sonic character’s copyright and make it a generous offer.

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Q: My senior class organized a game where everyone buys in and receives a cash prize. Is this legal?

My senior class organized a game where everyone bought into the game and the winner receives a cash prize. It is organized by students, not affiliated with the school. Every player signed an agreement that they accepted the rules. Students are being kicked out of the game, despite not violating any... View More

Contact the Colorado Attorney General to file a consumer protection complaint.

https://coag.gov/office-sections/consumer-protection/

This may also be considered theft and/or fraud. Filing a police report may be appropriate.

You would also have a civil action for breach of...
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Q: I pre-ordered something and was only told by the end of the month that the order was pushed back

nvm disregard

First, I practice in Colorado and not in Texas and I'm not your attorney, so this is intended as general advice and I would suggest you contact a Texas attorney if you determine you need one. However, you posted this in a Colorado forum. So I'm assuming you're in Colorado.... View More

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Q: Are the quarter pusher machines like you see in convenience stores legal in the state of Colorado?
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
answered on Apr 13, 2017

While Colorado has exceptions for "social gaming" and "charity gaming" (see a lawyer and/or the CO Dept. of Revenue for all the details), all other forms of gambling require a license and/or are restricted to specific locations/situations. In other words, coin pushers are not... View More

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Q: Can I sue an illegal gaming place for my loses

There is a cyber cafe in my town that has opened. They have the computer but they also have these standing machines that you put money into the slot machines. The gaming program that they created for this has the person shoes one of the rules to go up or down to determine if they win or not and... View More

Tristan Kenyon Schultz
Tristan Kenyon Schultz
answered on Nov 13, 2016

Contact a local attorney.

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