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1 Answer | Asked in Communications Law, Internet Law, Libel & Slander and White Collar Crime for Arizona on
Q: How do I go about legally getting a cease and desist signed and state seal served on YouTubers to stop online harassment

I have a open civil suite case already open court docs signed and found out this person is attached to my other harasser / stalker

T. Augustus Claus
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answered on Oct 20, 2023

In Arizona, to legally address online harassment, you can follow these steps. First, consult an attorney with experience in online harassment cases. They will help you draft a cease and desist letter outlining the harassment and demanding it to stop. Once sent, if the harassment continues, you can... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Copyright, Business Law and Communications Law for Arizona on
Q: We do internet videos and a major american television show is asking us to sign a "Material License Agreement"

We are wondering what liability can come from this? We do not currently make money from the internet and are just making interesting videos. The contract says we grant non-exclusive license. We're fine giving it away for free but since we don't make money from this, we just want to make... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Mar 8, 2021

An Arizona attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. Because of its complexity and detail, this could be a difficult post for an attorney to respond to without knowing more information, and likely seeing the agreement you mention. If you continue not to get a response,... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Products Liability and Communications Law for Arizona on
Q: My daughter was given covid vaccine she under 18 yrs old and the failed to ask for moms consent

consent when they realized herage they proceeded to continue giving her the vaccine and gave her a date to return for the 2nd vaccine but took back her copies of the paper work

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Feb 23, 2021

You may have a technical claim, but as the vaccine has been used on millions with few side effects, you may want to consider if you don't want her to have the second dose which would be highly beneficial to her.

For advice on a claim contact the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association...
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1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody and Communications Law for Arizona on
Q: Privacy of communication between children and non-custodial parent

I am recently divorced and my ex-wife is monitoring texts between me and my children, as well as hovering over them whIle we talk on the phone. Is this legal in the state of Arizona? Don't I have some form of privacy allotted to me when talking with my children?

Randi Sirlin
Randi Sirlin
answered on Sep 25, 2018

In terms of what is legal in the State of Arizona, this depends, in part, on what your parenting plan states.

Most parenting plans do contain clauses regarding communications between the parent who is not with the children and the children and a good parenting plan will include orders that...
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1 Answer | Asked in Communications Law and Criminal Law for Arizona on
Q: Will the cops go across the united states to arrest someone for exchanging nudes with a minor?

So I meet this girl on a 18+ dating app she asked for my number I give it to her I then get multiple pictures of nude photos I then send some back and then I noticed she was minor after i already sent the nudes she apparently lives in South Carolina and I live in Arizona what will happen? Her... View More

Matthew Maerowitz
Matthew Maerowitz
answered on Nov 14, 2017

This sounds a lot like a scam. I answered your question previously. To be safe you should never text nude photos to ANYONE.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Communications Law for Arizona on
Q: Is it illegal for someone to read your private text messages by snooping on your phone?

My sis and I are in our 30s and do not live at home. My mom offered to take my sister's phone in for an exchange. When the software was uploaded on the new phone, old text messages (which had previously been deleted) showed up, revealing a conversation that my sister and I had. We were... View More

Glenn B. Manishin
Glenn B. Manishin
answered on May 12, 2017

No, it's not illegal unless the mother hacked into the phone or used software to disable encyption.

1 Answer | Asked in Animal / Dog Law, Communications Law, Education Law, Family Law and Public Benefits for Arizona on
Q: My dog was dognapped three years ago and she is missing again the people that took her put up new flyers. Can I sue?

I have her daughter her for DNA testing I have the old flyers pictures and Facebook posts. When she first went missing we kept putting flyers up and someone kept taking them down. Now her face is on all of these flyers three years later and she still looks exactly the same. Is that legally still... View More

Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki
answered on Dec 19, 2015

If your dog was stolen, the passage of time doesn't change the fact it's your dog. There are deadlines for filing lawsuits, but sometimes exceptions apply.

Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general...
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