Let's say a Person A files for unemployment benefits but doesn't have an address so he has them sent to Person B's address. Well then when the unemployment benefits arrive in the form of a debit card to Person B's address, Person B decides to go ahead and activate the card and... Read more »
It is against the law for an attorney to counsel someone on how to evade the law or commit a crime. Perjury is a crime as is subornation of perjury. In your scenario, A has committed a crime by falsely applying for benefits, but if he never worked then he did not amass the required quarters of...Read more »
So i called my bank to cancel it and they said if i cash it somewhere else the mobile deposit wont go through so ill be fine, i cashed it at a PLS store and days later the funds were released to me on my bank account so i got the money twice. A week later PLS sends me a letter saying I have 10 days... Read more »
Somebody that I’ve known for years and I thought was my friend ended up coming over to my Apartment the other evening, and my “Ring” doorbell camera recorded them picking my front door lock, entering my apartment, And stealing $20,000 in cash From me plus several expensive devices from me,... Read more »
If those are Natural rights and not privileges, and the Constitution doesn't give the federal government the power to strip rights away, how have they been able to justify doing so, even with a felony conviction?
in riverside they are claiming listening devices and spiritual eyes from a certain church that they can see in my home and they have probable cause to watch,as well they are monitoring my bank and finances and they left drugs in my home i reported this to police by giving them the bag of meth...i... Read more »
More information is needed in order to respond to your inquiry. Any lawyer would need the full context of what you are talking about. The few details you have provided are insufficient to permit me to offer any kind of reasonable advice. Prepare a full chronology of the events starting at the...Read more »
If what they were lying about was to get out it would cause a PR nightmare. I was lied to in the hopes I would believe the lies and go away. WRONG I went nowhere. This problem they created caused myself the loss of money. I had looked up the law term for fraud. I am not an Attorney but the... Read more »
Although you probably do not know it, you are operating a small business in California. And since your small business involves currency trades you may be violation federal or state law doing what you are doing for a living.
And BTW, in today's brave new world of super high-tech...Read more »
I’m specifically referring to your right to own and possess firearms. If these rights are unalienable and god-given, never having been granted to you by the federal government to begin with, how can they take them away after you’ve served your time for a federal conviction?
The city came in and condemn the home due to tampering with PG&e and they said they were condemning the home due to insufficient lighting but yet they want $7,000 for the bill on PG&e that I don't have and I'm not going to pay what can happen to my home due to not paying
This is a big civil case there’s big corruption in this city, they ignore my demands even if i show the legislature that proves them wrong, i need an attorney who is willing to go against a P.D. And fire department to the extent that i know they have crushed my rights
Given the situation where you, a normal citizen, sees a person pointing at a cop that is taking covered. The person with the gun does not see you in a vehicle. Are there any repercussions if you were to ram your car into the person with a gun to stop him? Can it be considered self defense?
The U.S. has elected to seek deportation for those who lie on their immigration forms, even if the lie took place long ago. This, because there is no statute of limitation in civil immigration law. There is no statute of limitations for murder. In the genocide cases, the Government of Germany is...Read more »
You can be criminally charged with Robbery (Penal Code section 211), or Larceny (Penal Code sections 484 & 487), depending on circumstances. You can also be sued for Trespass and Conversion, with an allegation of punitive damages. It's not your dog and you have no right to take him. If...Read more »
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