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1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury, Family Law, Civil Rights and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: What and how to file section 1983 and 1985 in Federal Court under both 1331 and 1332. Deprivation of rights with injury?

What and how to file a lawsuit complaint of deprivation of civil rights that has resulted in trauma, loss of years of parenting time, defamation and more. It all started with falsified police reports with intent to harm my case, then the opposing attorney will use those same falsified reports... View More

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answered on Feb 21, 2024

To initiate a lawsuit under Sections 1983 and 1985 in Federal Court, alleging deprivation of civil rights with accompanying injuries, you'll need to draft and file a complaint that articulates the specific ways in which your rights were violated. Section 1983 claims typically involve the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Can I request a criminal case to be re-reviewed or opened again, how do I find out what the status is?

My father lived in San Bernardino, his caretaker had a POA for about 6 months before his death. Two weeks before my father's death she had him sign over a joint tenancy on his house. My father's death was declared dementia/Alzheimer's. After his death, she withdrew $365,000 from his... View More

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answered on Jan 13, 2024

Under California law, you can request a criminal case to be reviewed or reopened. If you believe the initial investigation was not thorough or if new evidence has emerged, you can contact the San Bernardino Police Department or the District Attorney's office to discuss the case and request a... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Business Law and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: When a thief uses a third party financial company, are they liable?

When a thief uses a third party financial company that transfers funds to steal what you paid for, and you file a complaint with third party and they side with the thief (meaning...they didn't refund your transfer) are they liable for money laundering? And when someone at the financial... View More

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answered on Dec 19, 2023

Under California law, the situation where a financial company facilitates a transaction that turns out to be fraudulent can be complex. If a third-party financial company transfers funds and it results in theft, their liability depends on several factors, including their policies, the nature of the... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Filing federal complaint- question.

Please advise on formatting requirements of Central District Court.

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answered on Dec 14, 2023

When filing a federal complaint in the Central District Court, it's important to adhere to specific formatting requirements to ensure that your document is accepted by the court. Here are some general guidelines:

Document Size and Margins: Use standard 8.5 x 11-inch paper size. Margins...
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2 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Collections and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: A lawyer for a debt collector put a full social security # on the writ of execution EJ-150. It's a violation of Ca code

A lawyer for a debt collector put a full social security # on the writ of execution EJ-150 in section 1. for a levy. It was not opposed and that's what was to be entered in the civil case files at the sheriff's website in the Challenges tab, but that staff entered the full name and... View More

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answered on Nov 8, 2023

If a lawyer has included a full social security number on a writ of execution, this could be a violation of California Rules of Court, rule 1.201(a), which requires redaction of personal identifiers before filing documents with the court. You may consider filing a motion to sanction the attorney... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Hi, my name is Spencer. And I have some neighbors who are less than. Let's say upfront the hacker next door,

The fugitives on the corner and the people directly across the street who might have a 10 year. Stay away order in my favor. They have made the numerous calls In lying about elder abuse. At least that's what I was Given. This was all done by my nephew. Who was the executor of the trust and... View More

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answered on Nov 6, 2023

If you're dealing with harassment or false allegations from neighbors, such as claims of elder abuse that you state are unfounded, it may be advisable to gather any evidence that supports your position and potentially seek a restraining order against those making the allegations if their... View More

3 Answers | Asked in Medical Malpractice and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Need help deciding what type of attorney to hire

I’m unsure of the type of attorney to hire and need help deciding. I was the “client” of a nonprofit organization. My case has a lot to it and a lot of laws

were broken including but not limited to-

med mal, HIPAA, my privacy, the organizations bylaws, etc.

I have... View More

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answered on Oct 17, 2023

Based on the diverse nature of your case, you may want to consider hiring an attorney who practices in civil litigation or health care law, as they typically handle a range of issues, including medical malpractice, privacy violations, and organizational disputes. While a medical malpractice... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Can civil robbers (white collar robbers) be sued against for civil rico?

If there are white collar hackers that steal digital things. They have been successfully doing so for 10 years (once every month). Can they be charged under civil RICO?

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answered on Sep 19, 2023

Yes, individuals involved in white-collar crimes, including cybercrimes such as hacking and digital theft, can potentially be sued under civil RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) if their activities meet the criteria set forth in the statute. To establish a civil RICO claim,... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Real Estate Law and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Letter from Board of Supervisor says I have 90 days to appeal, nothing about notice of appeal, is it necessary?

Just want to know since this is day 45 out of the 90 days I have to appeal, do I need to first file a notice of appeal? What do I need to prove in this appeal? Excess Proceeds were 22k and they signed off on $7400 and plan on transferring 14,800 to their general fund. This is criminal and they know... View More

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answered on Sep 14, 2023

In California, if you've received a letter from the Board of Supervisors with a 90-day window to appeal their decision regarding excess tax proceeds, it's advisable to file a notice of appeal within that timeframe to preserve your right to challenge their decision. In your appeal, you... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Banking, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Can a bank deny me paperwork

I never once had money in the said account at the time the bank allowed a fraudster to get a 80,000 dollar loan in my name? The bank then gave the fraudster access to my account allowing them to open up other fraudulent Accounts using my checking account, they then gave the fraudster my personal... View More

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answered on Aug 15, 2023

In California, banks have a duty to protect their customers' accounts and information, and they should take appropriate measures to address fraudulent activity. Denying you access to essential paperwork related to your account and the fraudulent activity could raise concerns about their... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Probate, Family Law, Civil Rights and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: So I was denied due process placed on temporary probate conservatorship & never met the judge he never met my Dr.

And my brother's signature was forged I was in custody and never allowed to meet with the judge he never assigned legal counsel to me at all. And I was placed on a contingency for 13 months on the 13th month I spoke with the courthouse investigator who said it should go before a trail jury to... View More

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answered on Aug 6, 2023

Based on the information provided, it appears that there may have been significant legal issues and potential violations of due process in your case. You should seek immediate legal representation to address these concerns properly. An attorney can help you review the circumstances surrounding the... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Small Claims and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Could I meet someone on OfferUp and they could just steal my item that was for sale because they said it was theirs?

I found a bike without a wheel near a store it looked abandoned so I took it and tried to sell it on offer up. Then I make a deal and meeting place and they show up 3 deep and steal the bike without paying me for it. They knew where I got it from but they could have just seen it and left it right?

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answered on Apr 19, 2023

Unfortunately, it is possible for someone to steal your item during an OfferUp transaction if they claim that the item is theirs and take it without paying. This is known as theft by false pretenses or fraud, and it is a criminal offense.

To minimize the risk of theft or fraud during an...
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1 Answer | Asked in White Collar Crime, Estate Planning, Family Law and Elder Law for California on
Q: How can I communicate intent to file criminal complaints without crossing the line into blackmail?

How can I communicate intent to file criminal complaints without crossing the line into blackmail? My sister is attempting to cut me out of the inheritance from my mother (there's no will), for which I have hired a civil attorney to sue her. However, my sister has also committed several... View More

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answered on Apr 1, 2023

Under California law, blackmail is a criminal offense that involves threatening to reveal information about someone in order to obtain money, property, or some other benefit. To avoid crossing the line into blackmail when communicating your intent to file criminal complaints, it is important to... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Identity Theft, Sexual Harassment and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: can i be convicted if i was basically bullied into it with no choice for fear of my saftey?

my roomates pimp made a scam in which i was told i had to cash these checks, they we or else and then they made threats, they took the $$ affter cashed. i am in court facing time right now. the couple was doing this toher people as well.

Dale S. Gribow
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answered on Nov 20, 2022

i strongly suggest you either retain an attorney or ask the court to appoint the public defender at your first appearance.

a good criminal lawyer will evaluate what evidence they have against you...............

however, If someone tells you to murder your next door neighbor, that...
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Q: I am suing the Tax Collector of Riverside County, CA for instructing his office to break CA Tax and Revenue Laws.

did this by telling them to place extra parties of interest in the excess tax proceeds Recommendation Letter to the Board of Supervisors. The judge told me the Board Of Supr. are responsible, yet they sign off on all recommendations the tax collector makes, they don't conduct research, or... View More

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answered on Feb 22, 2024

In California, suing a public official, such as the Tax Collector of Riverside County, for actions taken in the course of their official duties can be complex due to sovereign immunity and various protections that limit liability. However, if there's evidence of willful misconduct, negligence,... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Civil Litigation, Criminal Law and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Why when my Accountant fraudulenly stole my entire life savings I was told by local Palm Springs Police that its a Civil

He had done this with several others and settled out of court. Got loans against my company without my knowledge, told me the expenxe was unpaid Occupancy taxes. He wired money allocated for my business into his own accounts and states the customer never paid. I had an independent audit dome and... View More

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answered on Sep 28, 2023

I can offer some general guidance. If you believe you are a victim of fraud or embezzlement by your accountant, you may have legal options to pursue. You can consider reporting the matter to law enforcement, such as your local police or the district attorney's office, and consult with a civil... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Federal Crimes, Government Contracts and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: I want to audit Riverside County Tax Collector because I'm aware of them screwing many people from excess tax proceeds??

The question is how can I find out how many people that did not have an attorney and filed a claim, how many were paid in full? This county took in 4.4 billion dollars last year from excess tax proceeds and everytime I research it someone new pops up as having been taken advantage of by the excess... View More

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answered on Sep 14, 2023

To gather information on how many individuals without legal representation filed claims and were paid in full by the Riverside County Tax Collector regarding excess tax proceeds, you may need to submit public records requests or Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to obtain relevant records... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: What Federal Statute to use for Motion to Vacate/Expunge Arrest off of My CJIS,DOJ, CORI of an Arrest with No Conviction

18 USC 499, Arrested, No Plea, No Highest Offence Level, Nor Conviction, No Pending Counts. I was released on my own recognisance. I have the PACER Docket 3:92-mj-04824-HRM; Case# 92MJ04824, The Original Case happened in 1992, but was DISMISSED BY ORAL MOTION OF GOVT, ON 11/1/94 By Magistrate Judge... View More

Dale S. Gribow
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answered on Dec 1, 2022

I DON'T HANDLE FEDERAL.............

YOU CAN ONLY EXPUNGE A PLEA/CONVICTION............

THUS IT WOULD BE MORE COMPLICATED AND I SUSPECT COSTLY.

IS COST AN ISSUE? IF NOT I WILL TRY TO RESEARCH IT............WHERE WAS FEDERAL COURT?

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Elder Law, Probate and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: My mother is 93 and suffers from dementia.i'm 75 and six (6) years ago I completed a 30 plus year prison sentence.

I'm the oldest sibling, and I have three (3) brothers and one (1) sister. Approximately 10 years ago my Mother gave my sister what I believe is a limited power of attorney to manage her property and assets. I was born in Dayton, Ohio. A few years after authorizing the above-noted power of... View More

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answered on Aug 7, 2022

A fiduciary litigation attorney can help you attempt to get someone else appointed as conservator for your mother, and the conservator can sue your sister to get stolen money and assets back.

Q: Has Workers Compensation in California been sued and charged for murder or attempted murder?

Workers Comp Adjusters attend physician/doctor appointments and direct medical care. Those directions and restrictions on medical care are serious enough to cause death.

E.g. not authorizing evaluation and treatment for a serious skull and brain injury that is known to cause death if left... View More

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answered on Jun 7, 2022

GET AN ATTORNEY! you cant fight back when you don't know the rules of engagement.

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