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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Internet Law for Washington DC on
Q: My best friend is on house ARREST his trial has not started if he fire his court appointed will they send him back

This Been going on for 6 months he wants to fire his court appointed will they send him back to jail if he do

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Internet Law for Washington DC on
Q: My best friend is on house ARREST his trial has not started this be going on for 6 months they keep extending

If he fire his court appointed will they send him back to jail

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law and Internet Law for Florida on
Q: Can I sue Facebook for violating my 1rst amendment right

Hello, Facebook has banned my account for violating its standards on sharing explicit content on minors. However, I have shared no such thing and they did not produce a reference to the post in question. They also did not give me a chance to appeal the matter. Not only that but they have banned me... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Internet Law for California on
Q: Is erotic role playing (ERPing) online be illegal if under 18s are involved?

Erotic role play in game involves the use of characters to pretend said characters are engaging romantic/sexual things. If between two adults, it's OK. But there is no age-check in place, hardly anyone ever asks the age of the other person before roleplaying. You might think the other person... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Internet Law for Texas on
Q: In the state of Texas, is there a standard for jurisdiction in internet cases?

If someone is charged in a place like Denton County which lies in the Texas 2nd Court of Appeals territory with Harassment 42.07 (which was ruled unconstitutional by this appellate court) by authorities in Dallas County (which lies in the 5th Court of Appeals territory), wouldn't that make... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Copyright, Intellectual Property and Internet Law on
Q: Hey, what happen if I get sued in the USA and loose the case if I don't live in the US ? I live in Europe

Hey, I'm selling software who is ""illegal"" in the USA, but It's not illegal in my country,

I'm getting sued for Copyright Infringement / "create unauthorized derivative works",

I live in France, what can happen If I have to pay someone but don't do it

0 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury, Internet Law and White Collar Crime for Oregon on
Q: So I have an online stalker

Stalker has hacked email, 5 cell phones ,changed my number 4 times, apps, accounts, Pay pal, web site , and pretty much every part to of my life. Has followed me harasses me on line with her friends. Ruined my work copied it and made products. She made death threats tampered with my car, contacted... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation, Communications Law, Identity Theft and Internet Law for Georgia on
Q: Is it legal to display a realtors name, phone number, email and also their personal address in an online directory?

I am creating a directory website which has thousands upon thousands of local realtors. I acquired a lead list, and pre-populated the member profiles (who are not actual members of the directory, it is just pre-populated information into the directory) with their name, phone number (which may be... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, DUI / DWI and Internet Law for Arizona on
Q: Is there a way to get my mugshot/10 year old felony charge removed from Google?

I was convicted of a felony DUI when I was 20 (I am now 29). I am trying to get my career started and am not happy with having my record and my mugshot being the first thing that comes up when my name is Googled. I have not been in trouble since, have completed all terms of my probation/sentencing... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Copyright and Internet Law for New York on
Q: Is my issue a legal stand for a lawsuit?

_I am on a social network that we share information one to others' there was some who did for their own study in Jewish Genealogy, they tried to find names and places true Subscribers lists in antique Hebrew Books printed before the 2nd WW, so I researched lots of books, went to libraries to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Internet Law for Ohio on
Q: OK I sold a moped as is to a guy a month ago it broke down now he come back tell me he want his money back

So what the law say about that,,,?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Internet Law and Sexual Harassment for New Jersey on
Q: Can her parents press charges on me once she is adult? Like when i go to the states after she's 18 , can they?

So me and my girlfriend are in a long distance relationship. She is From New Jersey and am from Asia. She's 17 and i am 20. We sexted, shared our naked pictures and her parents saw it. But we did it with both our consent. I dont know if her consent matters because she's a minor. Her... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Federal Crimes, Civil Litigation and Internet Law for Washington on
Q: For federal court, does the "time-of-filing rule" include considerations of injunctive relief vis-a-vis jurisdiction?

Suppose two parties are based in the same state, and the plaintiff has filed a trespass/conversion tort claim in federal court. To file there, the plaintiff must be seeking injunctive relief. Suppose that after the claim and motion to dismiss are entered, the defendant surrenders to the plaintiff... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Personal Injury, Civil Rights and Internet Law for Indiana on
Q: I got a question so as a victim do I have to testify at a bail revocation

Cause the person who did this violated the no contact order and the bail revocation hearing is before the trial

Charles Candiano
Charles Candiano answered on Aug 22, 2021

Only if you want his/her bail revoked.

2 Answers | Asked in Entertainment / Sports, Internet Law and Trademark on
Q: Under what agreement do I have to register my company which currently own a production company?

This company is mostly about making entertainments videos, movies,dramas,films and musics which is what I aim to achieve on this company. That is why i want to know how I can register it. At the moment we are screwed. The company has more than 44 new volunteer applicants.

Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta answered on Aug 6, 2021

It is unclear what your question or need is.

You need the assistance of an attorney to identify your next steps.

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1 Answer | Asked in Sexual Harassment, Internet Law and Criminal Law for Oklahoma on
Q: I am being blackmailed with a video of sexual nature taken of me at 16.

I have proof of him threatening me directly and through another person. He has harassed me on and off since I dated him a year ago. He harassed me and other girl last night and is not threatening to post said video as a way to keep me quiet about his harassment last night.

Charles Watts
Charles Watts answered on Aug 4, 2021

Contact an attorney as well as file a police report regarding the harassment and threats, and consider potentially filing a VPO. There are specific statutes regarding this type of crime and it should be taken seriously.

1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Business Law, Intellectual Property and Internet Law for Arizona on
Q: Does a volunteer own the intellectual property they create for a company if no agreement is made saying otherwise?

In the US (specifically Arizona), if you create intellectual property (e.g. website, social media channels and 3rd party sales channels) as a volunteer (I was a volunteer in a business my husband was a co-owner in, I was not paid, wasn't asked to do create the IP nor directed in any way and... Read more »

Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta answered on Jul 23, 2021

Depends on any communications or agreement.

Most likely any creation would be considered as a gift.

Depending on the value of the creation an attorney can advise you on what to do

1 Answer | Asked in Copyright and Internet Law for New York on
Q: Are rewritten articles legal?

It is widely known, that it is illegal, to copy articles 1: 1 from Websites and then publish them under your own name on your blog.

However, what about rewritten articles? To what extent do articles have to be rewritten in order to be safe with the copyrights laws?

Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta answered on Jul 25, 2021

Depends. You need to consult with an attorney.

You can write about the same topics, but the words and order, the creation itself, needs to be unique, in order to be safe.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Internet Law and Juvenile Law for New Jersey on
Q: My daughter is being cyberbullied by other students and the school is not doing anything to fix this. What to do?
Amber Forrester
Amber Forrester answered on Jul 15, 2021

While you may not be able to do much to force the school to take action, there is a criminal offense in NJ pertaining to cyber-harassment (found on this site by searching for 2C:33-4.1) and you could file a complaint at the police department against those bullying her under that statute. That said,... Read more »

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