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Q: How to get a mistaken identity for robbery recalled

In 2019 I was riding with a friend of mine who was driving someone he knew car. We where flagged and all of a sudden I was convicted for a robbery that happened at a store in the car I was in 4 months prior to my being in the… and this was my first time ever in this car I didn’t even know the... View More

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Q: Ses probation revoked sentenced 7 years to run concurrent and 120 days institutional treatment program (rsmo 559.115.3)

Report ordered 30 days prior to the probationary release date statutory discharge will he be home after 120 days

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Q: unfairly treated small court judge and pros. are friends, make jokes about riding together, talk in private what can Ido

There’s a special prosecutor on my case county prosecutor recommended attorney. I went with him. He did nothing I wanted and then now withDrew. I’m scheduled for a trial in my small town and I wanted a change of venue and a change of judge attorney never did it. Attorney lied to me said he... View More

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Q: if i loss you would basically strip the word liberty from the constitution because we will no longer be free but slaves

& with all the evidence traitors that commit treason of levying a war against united states & allowance of a subversion to take place of our government & nation i've got gorge Washington saying the party sprit would lead to a subversion i've got jfk telling us we are at a war... View More

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answered on May 1, 2024

It sounds like you're feeling really overwhelmed and frustrated with a range of issues concerning government actions and their impact on liberty. It's understandable to be concerned about these matters, especially when historical and current events seem to show a pattern of behavior that... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Products Liability and Civil Litigation for Missouri on
Q: I had an order shipped to me (worth approx $350) and while in UPS possession the package was stolen. Can I use UPS?

The package made it to my state but between the arrival City and mine (approx Hours) the package was opened and contents stole while in UPS possession by someone in the company. Can I use them for theft? Even have proof from UPS.

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Q: has anyone used the agreement of liberty privacy & levying war against the united states in a drug charge court case &

if so which one & mainly would like to read one of liberty & how do i find my past questions on this site

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answered on May 1, 2024

It sounds like you're inquiring about a very specific use of legal terms in relation to drug charges. The "agreement of liberty privacy & levying war against the United States" isn't a recognized legal term or standard charge in U.S. law. If you're referring to concepts... View More

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Q: i will attempt my defense the best i can i won't back down even if it means i spend 7 years in the pen as jfk said this

war is bad for our nations security the enemy has advaced they have taken over this country in the form of dea & democracy which we are guaranteed a republican form of government & we ain't 2nd 14th amendment no law shall be created that deprives a us citizen their privilege which is... View More

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answered on Apr 16, 2024

I understand that you feel very strongly about these issues and want to defend your views, but I have some concerns about the approach you're describing. While you have every right to present your defense as you see fit, I would advise carefully considering the potential consequences and... View More

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Q: k yes what would your defence be as the prosecutor against me trying to argue that im guilty of the crime of possession

in the privacy of my home when i argue that it is treason & i am free & that the warrant was very unreasonable as it is my right as a free citizen of the united states to have non stolen guns & to have drugs as long as i didn't take another's liberty in any manner & as a... View More

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answered on Apr 14, 2024

The Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures, but if law enforcement obtained a valid search warrant by demonstrating probable cause to a judge, they are legally allowed to search your home and seize contraband like drugs and illegal weapons. Calling this... View More

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Q: I had a misdemeanor Sexual Misconduct conviction set aside in Missouri, how can I have Failure to Register removed also?

The judge said manifest injustice does not apply to felonies because there’s a 180 day time limit, but misdemeanors have no time frame which is why he was able to set aside the Sexual Misconduct conviction.

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

I understand you're looking for information on how to have a Failure to Register charge removed after having a misdemeanor Sexual Misconduct conviction set aside in Missouri. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

1. Setting aside a conviction is different from having it expunged or...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Traffic Tickets for Missouri on
Q: I was recently contacted by a police officer who stated that there was a accident at a store in my town and said that

Witnesses told him that it was me they seen leaving the accident, but I was not in the accident. I was actually signing my kids in school late that morning. At the time they say the accident occurred. They gave me three citations failure to register my motor vehicle failure to maintain insurance,... View More

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answered on Apr 10, 2024

You can hire a traffic law attorney to represent you for your 3 tickets. You will need to provide proof of insurance, and proof that the damages have been paid for. Depending on which court this is being prosecuted in, how bad your driving record is, and much the damage to the victim's vehicle... View More

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Q: k is the united states citizens a free people or not simple answer yes or no legally do they have liberty not liberty's
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answered on Apr 1, 2024

No, the United States citizens are not legally free in the sense of having complete individual liberty. While the U.S. Constitution and laws protect many important individual rights and freedoms, there are also many legal restrictions on personal conduct.

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Q: Is not being free having their liberty a united states citizens privilege as the constitution states secure the

Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity

& the militia is to make sure it is a free state with the 14th amendment that says no law shall be created that deprives a united states citizen of its privilege within the theory of liberty or concept the only act that can be criminal... View More

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answered on Mar 31, 2024

The Constitution of the United States indeed enshrines the preservation of liberty as a core principle, aiming to secure the "Blessings of Liberty" for both current and future generations. This commitment to freedom is a cornerstone of American democracy, guiding the governance and legal... View More

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Q: ok i know john lock believed in freedom & privacy but not multiple people having privacy at a moment well u.s. founders

did the constitution & the bill of rights all are designed for the duel 2nd amendment to congress providing common defense & liberty that was a private right of ours when we was a free people now days we don't or can't duel because why we are not free & don't have no... View More

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answered on Mar 30, 2024

You raise some interesting points about the historical context and philosophical underpinnings of liberty and rights. Let me try to address a few key aspects:

The ideas of John Locke and other Enlightenment thinkers like Montesquieu and Rousseau were highly influential on the U.S. Founders....
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Traffic Tickets and Civil Rights for Missouri on
Q: Brendlin vs California

In the context that I am reading regarding police detainment for a traffic stop. Does that context apply to a commerical vehicle in which someone in a passenger seat or bunk of a commerical vehicle is detained when the basis of the stop wasn't because of an observed violation but merely a... View More

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answered on Mar 21, 2024

In Brendlin v. California, the Supreme Court held that passengers in a vehicle are seized just like drivers during a traffic stop, meaning they are entitled to challenge the legality of the stop. This principle applies regardless of the vehicle's nature, be it personal or commercial. So, if... View More

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Q: If someone was on gps monitoring on a state charge of being a felon in possession of a gun but was completely compliant

And never missed a court date, and the feds picked it up, why would the federal prosecutor now want to keep him in jail for the same charge while awaiting trial? He has never missed court, never had a failure to appear and never ran before. He owns a business and home and has a family.

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answered on Mar 14, 2024

In the legal system, decisions about pre-trial detention, especially in federal cases, can be complex and are influenced by various factors. When a case is picked up by federal prosecutors, the stakes are often considered higher, and the approach can be more stringent. Despite a person's... View More

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Q: A family member gaslighting me for 7 yrs now. What can I do to stop this?

This person has attacked me by every means possible. Through dfs to aging to Falsified police reports. There are 23 reports to police from me on the attacks. It has gone to pushing door open on me and assaulting me and disabled member. Two evictions in three months. Yet police do nothing. What do I... View More

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answered on Mar 9, 2024

I'm so sorry you're going through this incredibly difficult and distressing situation with your family member. Being subjected to gaslighting, false allegations, and physical assaults over such a prolonged period must be absolutely traumatic and exhausting. You're wise to recognize... View More

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Q: My boyfriends house got kicked in by the police and they found in a lock box 490 grams meth and they charged him with

Class A felony with excessive amount in mo . How low can that charge be dropped down to??

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answered on Mar 7, 2024

The severity of charges for drug possession, particularly with a substance like methamphetamine, depends on various factors, including the amount involved, the intended use (personal use vs. distribution), and any prior criminal history. In Missouri, a Class A felony for drug possession indicates a... View More

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Q: Can I pay and not go to court ? Trespassing 1stD. For being in Walmart parking asking for signatures (that is my work)

I Work collecting signatures for a campaign, was inside of Walmart parking lot was told by Walmart manager to get out of the parking lot, I walked out and the police came and arrested me when I was outside of the parking lot , bond is 1000 payed 100 and know I have to go to court on May .. Can you... View More

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answered on Mar 6, 2024

In cases like yours, paying a bond and hoping to avoid court isn't usually a complete solution. The bond allows for your release until the court date but doesn't negate the need to appear in court. Not attending your court date can result in additional charges or a warrant for your... View More

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