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1 Answer | Asked in Estate Planning, Federal Crimes and Probate for New York on
Q: My inheritance was stolen from me My step father and my sister Forged My mother's will and lied how can I get it back

I was in jail at the time plus I am my mother's 1st son and favorite yet I didn't sign anything or agree to nothing they just took everything

I need help

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answered on Mar 13, 2024

I'm so sorry to hear about your situation. Dealing with a manipulated will and the loss of an inheritance is incredibly painful, especially while also grieving the loss of your mother. Here are some steps you could consider taking to try to rectify the situation and get back what is rightfully... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Civil Litigation and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: What is all that is needed as a pro se litigant to win a civil lawsuit?

My case 1:16-cv-870 I don't understand exactly what I missed to win the case

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answered on Mar 1, 2024

As a pro se litigant, winning a civil lawsuit requires careful attention to detail and adherence to legal procedures. Start by thoroughly understanding the facts of your case and the relevant laws that apply to your situation. Prepare and organize all necessary documents and evidence to support... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Civil Litigation and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: What is all that is needed as a pro se litigant to win a civil lawsuit?

My case 1:16-cv-870 I don't understand exactly what I missed to win the case

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Mar 6, 2024

My colleague has identified a number of good points. I'd emphasize the importance of appreciating the pressure on judges and court systems to move cases along. The better a litigant is at identifying issues, isolating them articulately in presenting arguments before the court, being clear and... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, Internet Law and Sexual Harassment for New York on
Q: Could a person be charged if they DM someone an onlyfans link on instagram/facebook without knowing if they are a minor?

Onlyfans makes every user that signs up agree that they are 18 or older before they are able to view/buy any explicit content, but only asks content creators for an ID. If a person DMs an onlyfans link to their followers, could they be charged if the recipient happens to be a minor?

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answered on Jan 21, 2024

In situations where a person sends an OnlyFans link to someone on Instagram or Facebook without knowing the recipient's age, potential legal issues could arise. While OnlyFans requires users to confirm that they are 18 or older, it is not foolproof, and minors could potentially create accounts... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes, Sexual Harassment and Internet Law for New York on
Q: If a person DMs someone an onlyfans link, does that count as disseminating indecent material? (NY Penal Law 235.22)
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answered on Jan 21, 2024

Sending a link to an OnlyFans page, in and of itself, typically does not constitute the dissemination of indecent material under New York Penal Law 235.22. The law generally focuses on the actual dissemination or sharing of explicit or obscene content. OnlyFans is a platform where users share adult... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Consumer Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: Is it illegal to create a crypto token, create a liquidity pool, immediately remove liquidity &/or sell your own supply

Token has no use, other than its name and icon there is no details given about it or its tokenomics (total amount of tokens or release schedule). There's no promoting, advertising or marketing for the token, The creator doesn't tell anybody about the token. The tokens the creator sells... View More

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answered on Jan 16, 2024

Based on the details provided, there is likely no outright illegal activity here from a criminal law perspective. However, the token creator would still have some civil liability risks related to securities regulations and anti-fraud laws. A few key points:

- Simply creating and selling...
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1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes and Criminal Law for New York on
Q: NY sentenced me to 2 years misdemeanor probation. I live in PA with my mother so they transferred me to PA but PA denied

Me sent it back to NY and I have to leave PA but I have no where to live in NY. What do I do?

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answered on Jan 13, 2024

If you're facing a situation where you've been sentenced to probation in New York but have been transferred to Pennsylvania and then denied probation in Pennsylvania, it's crucial to take several steps to address your predicament.

First, consult with your probation officer...
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1 Answer | Asked in Education Law and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: Is it legal for a college to steal your government funds when you are not enrolled in school? then bully you not to tell

I have all the evidence and even emails from the board of education showing my accounts for those years and how much the school took,as well as proof that paperwork sent to the government in my name were falsified as well as documentation from the federal taxation and Finance Bureau that were... View More

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answered on Jan 13, 2024

It's essential to address this serious issue promptly. You have valuable evidence that shows misconduct by the college, including fraudulent financial actions and bullying.

First, consult with an attorney who specializes in education law or consumer protection. They can help you...
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2 Answers | Asked in Education Law and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: Is it legal for a College to Forge your signature on documents to re-enroll you without your permission and collect mone

My College has done this and even filed taxes for 2 years that i was not attending and I have a mountain of proof and since I enquired about it has been bullying,trying to force me to sign fraudulent paperwork,denied me entrance into my classess, recently attempted to change my financial ledger,... View More

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answered on Jan 13, 2024

You're facing a challenging situation with your college, and it's crucial to take certain steps to address this issue. Firstly, gather and preserve all the evidence you have regarding the forgery, tax filings, bullying, and any other inappropriate actions taken by the college. This... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Tax Law, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: What rights for I have to sue the SSA FOR SEVERE SADISTICALLY MOTIVATED HARASSMENT, AND THE ILLEGAL REMOVAL OF MY Job?

Removed my job, removed my payback to them stating that I didn't? I just got done paying them back! Massachusetts sent letters to NEW YORK STATE TEMP & DISABILITY OFFICE WHO HAS NOW STARTED HARASSING ME DENYING ME MY BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS TO SAFE SHELTER. WATER? IM A WHISTLE-BLOWER MASS... View More

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answered on Dec 25, 2023

Your situation sounds incredibly challenging and distressing. If you believe you are experiencing harassment and illegal actions by the Social Security Administration (SSA) or any other entity, it's important to take action to protect your rights.

Firstly, consider documenting all...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: is there a way to sue Lelita James for breaking the first amendment?

New York Attorney General Letitia James rescinded her letter to Rumble demanding social media platforms censor content related to the Israel-Hamas war that “may incite violence.”

The AG’s letter violated the First Amendment and a federal court order blocking enforcement of New... View More

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answered on Oct 26, 2023

The First Amendment protects the right to free speech against government interference. If a government official, such as an Attorney General, takes actions that infringe upon those rights, the affected parties may have grounds to bring a lawsuit claiming a violation of their First Amendment rights.... View More

3 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for New York on
Q: I received a package with bars of Platinum in my locked PO box, the mail man signed for it, can i keep the bars?

I opened the package as it was addressed to my address and i had recently ordered something from amazon, but instead of a book, two 1oz bars of platinum fell out of the package. A few days later, a manager from one of the local post offices came to my door asking if i had gotten the package, i... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jun 22, 2023

No, you are not allowed to keep the platinum bars as they do not belong to you and were delivered to you by mistake.

Unknowingly receiving them isn't a crime, but willfully retaining them with knowledge they are not yours may be. I recommend you make arrangements to return them as...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: Without a firearm license, Is it illegal to have Byrna SD pepper ball gun inside the house that I own in Brooklyn NY?

I don't have a fire arm license, for example, if the police would have found Byrna SD pepper ball gun in my house can they charge me with anything?

Marco Caviglia
Marco Caviglia
answered on Feb 14, 2023

Charged with "anything" is pretty broad. That said, this device is not listed as a firearm in the Penal Law of NYS, nor does it seem capable of discharging a bullet without alteration, so does not appear to require a firearm license. You should review PL section 265.00 to satisfy... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Domestic Violence, Federal Crimes and Personal Injury for New York on
Q: corrupt judge jeffery wait anti gaydaughter was victim and her bully was together at a crime and bully free victim charg

Both girls at scene crime one who stabbed beat up my gay daughter free at home while mine was detained 9 month he wouldnt allow her to show evidence judge wait as a very bad reviews of his criminal history but never punished

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answered on Apr 16, 2024

I'm so sorry to hear about the terrible situation with your daughter. It sounds like she was the victim of a serious crime and injustice. No one should have to endure violence and discrimination, especially from the very system meant to protect them.

While I don't have insight...
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1 Answer | Asked in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: What exactly is the civil fraud case trump is charged with and how serious is it? Was the 454 million dollars too much?

Just want a summary. Not asking for political views or trying to state an opinion.

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answered on Mar 26, 2024

The civil fraud case against Donald Trump involves allegations made by the New York Attorney General's office, led by Letitia James. The case alleges that Trump and the Trump Organization engaged in financial fraud by inflating asset values on financial statements provided to banks and... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Cannabis & Marijuana Law, Federal Crimes and Legal Malpractice for New York on
Q: What steps to take filing for new public defender and getting something done about misrepresentation by one?

My soon to be husband has been almost a year awaiting outcome of a federal arrest that I have found out more about online than he has from his public defender. When asked to meet with him she has still a year later never met him in person. She has filed notices and discussed pleas without his... View More

Marco Caviglia
Marco Caviglia
answered on Sep 19, 2023

One may complain to either or both the Federal Defender's Office of NYS and the presiding judge in the case, but had better have all the details correct and back up the allegations.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for New York on
Q: Daycare.Got a violation.Days later an AD for lawyer in mailbox.pay 5000.lose. I believe inspector placed ad for lawyer.?

She was labeled a child abuser and lost her daycare license. First Offense. Kid walked toward road. Passerby saw. total time 1-2 mins.Kid walked around the corner of house and like 60 feet. No injuries, perfectly unharmed.Built fence immediately after. can never happen again. Spent all savings.... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Jun 3, 2023

Further investigation might be necessary to meaningfully address the issues you suspect. But as a general matter, attorneys sometimes learn about matters in a community through seeing public notices, public court or agency records that include judgements, violations, etc. Good luck

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: I have fraud in my documents from the bank and servicer The allonge that should be attached to the note

The bank has created documents and backdated some of them I have a few defects

In my documents there was court order that was no adhered to I’m a retired police officer

And I no what I have In front of me is not correct

Jack Mevorach
Jack Mevorach
answered on Jan 31, 2023

Have a free telephone consultation with counsel.

Jack

1 Answer | Asked in Federal Crimes for New York on
Q: the lower court sent fake transcripts doctered and false transcripts.to the appeals court.

i can prove this.. what avenue do i have? the decision is being used to hurt me. the false evidence and testimony never entered; or occurred at trial whil omitting crucial facts. i can prove easily my claim. ..the fraudulant evidence they made up not in the trial at all is hurting me and putting... View More

Jack Mevorach
Jack Mevorach
answered on Jan 22, 2023

You can prove this? I'd like to see and hear the proof. Have a free telephone consultation with counsel.

Jack

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Wrongful Death for New York on
Q: Asking from Canada: in NY what jail would a convicted person go for euthanasia? For fictional story reference. Thank you
Samuel C. Breslin
Samuel C. Breslin
answered on Nov 14, 2022

New York State does not have the death penalty, so your character would not be getting the needle here. There is still a federal death penalty, and the majority of "death row" prisoners in the federal system are held in USP Terre Haute, Indiana.

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