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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Identity Theft and White Collar Crime for California on
Q: Law authorities are constantly snooping on device and impersonation by intercepting txt/calls constantly. With intent...

to have my works and ideas with my identity. I have the information on individual to whom is sponsored by authorities. Fortunately I not needing criminal lawyer.

David Michael Lehr
David Michael Lehr answered on Feb 21, 2021

Law enforcement can only get a wire tap for 30 days at a time by court order. It often leads to an arrest. If you have not been arrested, or notified that you were tapped and that the investigation is finished, then you are probably not being tapped.

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1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Copyright, Identity Theft and Intellectual Property for California on
Q: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Can we make arguments for laws around transmission of signals being focus by trajectory on human

Can we make arguments for laws around transmission of signals being focus by trajectory on human. CAN WE SOMEHOW argue that the problem with using transmission in fix target trajectory can be found within a certain count of signals being used in telecommunications cluster generation as a way of... Read more »

Leonard R. Boyer
Leonard R. Boyer answered on Feb 17, 2021

Exactly what are you trying to accomplish? Your question is not clear.

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Can I take someone to court for ssi fraud?

I have had primary custody of my child since 2014, the child was living with me since 2013 and has specials needs. His mother has 0 contact besides an occasional phone call. 2016 she filed SSI and collected income for the child threw SSA. She collected several thousands of dollars none of it went... Read more »

David Michael Lehr
David Michael Lehr answered on Feb 10, 2021

Call social security

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3 Answers | Asked in Banking, Bankruptcy and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Do I need a bankruptcy lawyer

Identity theft not caught until my credit card account was long depleted for my business

Ernest Charles Payne Jr
Ernest Charles Payne Jr answered on Feb 6, 2021

File a police report for the identity theft (PC 530.5, et. al.) and a fraud claim with the bank and/or credit card company. You should not need to file bankruptcy.

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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Someone took out a title loan on my car without my knowledge. My car was repossessed and repo agent charging me 150

To retrieve my belongings and are keeping my car. I filed police report and sent to the lender. How do I get my car back since I had no knowledge of a title loan

Yelena Gurevich
Yelena Gurevich answered on Feb 3, 2021

Get a copy of the loan and see who signed it and who it was given to. Are you the only person on title to the vehicle? Check your credit to see if this loan is being reported on your credit reports (go to annualcreditreport.com). You may need to hire an attorney to sort all this out. Time is... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft, Intellectual Property and Internet Law for California on
Q: Hello, since when are "security agents" danish welfare recipients in Mexico. Those people are stalkers and thiefs.

*Since when are they danish welfare recipients?

There has been defamation surrounding my nationality status. It appears to be that what I did under a danish nationality has been transferred to other people due to claims of it being false, which is a lie, as I even hold father's... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow answered on Jan 26, 2021

more info needed.

i don't understand what you are asking and suspect my brethren won't either.

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2 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft for California on
Q: A recovery facility gave my belongings to another client. They are using my debit card for fraudulent charges.

While staying at a recovery facility in Riverside, California, the facility gave my belongings to another patient who is continuing to use my debit cards for fraudulent charges. Do I have a case?

Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II answered on Jan 26, 2021

Of course you have a case if a facility is allowing fraudulent use of your debit/credit cards. You need to contact your local police regarding the fraudulent charges and file a criminal complaint. You should also, immediately close the bank account that the cards are drawing from, and move it to... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Consumer Law and Identity Theft for California on
Q: How long can Charles Schwab hold my money legally after they close my account. They said I was in chex systems

They said I was in chex systems so they can't open my account due to fraud. I sent them my California ID along with a utility bill as a second proof of address. As a courtesy. To help expedite on proof of who I am. They keep telling me someone from fraud will call me. To tell me how I can go... Read more »

Ian B. Lyngklip
Ian B. Lyngklip answered on Jan 25, 2021

If they are telling you that there is a problem with ChexSystems, there are two problems. The first problem is that ChexSystems is a credit reporting agency that publishes data relating to bank and checking accounts. The major banks report NSF checks to ChexSystems, and that agency regularly... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Identity Theft and Legal Malpractice for California on
Q: WHAT LEGAL FORM WOULD I NEED TO FILE TO A CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT AS COUNSEL, PROPER, SELFREPRESENTATION

CASE 5:2018 CV 06164-EJD AT 280 S. FIRST ST. SAN JSOE CALIFORNIA, BEING A VICTOM AS DEFINED "ALL PERSONS WITHEN THE UNITED STATES WHO HAD A CONSUMER GOOGLE+ ACCOUNT FOR ANY PERIOD OF TIME BETWEEN JANUARY 1, 2015 AND APRIL 2, 2019. WELL IM STILL HAVING TECHNICAL IOSSUES OF SECURITY BREACHES AND... Read more »

Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II answered on Nov 6, 2020

Your case is being processed by a US District Court. There are no forms, but there are a lot of rules that you must follow. Federal Courts are very strict on the rules. Best if you retain an attorney to assist you, District Court Judges are not very patient with Pro Per plaintiffs.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft for California on
Q: My brother is worked at Home depot and he was giving things away and got caught with petry theft by embezzlement pc504

He has a phone call with an officer coming up what might be the consequences

Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II answered on Oct 29, 2020

Has your brother ever heard of "Miranda rights?" Like "you have the right to remain silent....." Well, everything he says to the police officer will be recorded and used against him to support what are apparently criminal charges. Your brother needs to contact a Criminal... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft, Lemon Law, Sexual Harassment and Trademark for California on
Q: Can you help me p

Someone been got into my phone

Timothy John Billick
Timothy John Billick answered on Oct 22, 2020

Please consult a privacy attorney to help you with this matter.

1 Answer | Asked in Internet Law and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Someone accusing me harassing them by sending text messages but i did not do it. Please advise.

They are using my cell phone number.

Maurice Mandel II
Maurice Mandel II answered on Sep 23, 2020

You need to find an expert in Cell Phone Technology like the guys on Catfish, who can show that someone cloned your phone and is sending messages pretending to be you from the clone. People masquerade as others all the time. It has been an email problem for about 15 years.

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Summary probation when fined with i.d. theft..... Gave false name when police got us for being out during covid

Im in CA and am facing an identity theft charge; I used an old classmates name out of fear. The officer was intimidating and now knowing how the jail is in my county, had me just purging her name and bday. I got fined for being out during covid and it eventually came back to me. Now I have a court... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow answered on Sep 21, 2020

more info needed.

you should set up a consultation with a criminal lawyer in your city asap.

if you can't afford a lawyer one will be provided for you at the 1st court date.

write out a detailed summary so that the lawyer can spend more time thinking about the case...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Identity Theft for California on
Q: High Risk for severe Covid, DA is recommending 6 years 8 months for 9 felony charges yet co-def got summery probation

Feb. 2020, while at court, I suffered a mild stroke, could barely form simple words, disoriented,etc. My attorney, knowing I did not want to plead guilty without a deal, entered guilty plea to 9 felony ID theft charges. I have several health issues which makes me high risk of severe Covid-19. The... Read more »

Rhonda Mae Hixon
Rhonda Mae Hixon answered on Sep 21, 2020

If you entered a plea at a time when you were not thinking clearly due to the stroke, you might want to have your plea withdrawn. Discuss this with your lawyer. If it was a 'good deal', and there are no problems of proof,for the DA, you may not want to. You might be looking at more time... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Communications Law, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for California on
Q: Will I get in to trouble?

My ex from 2015 has his electricity account using my email. I have called him multiple times to change it as well as emailed the company. Nothing has happend. I want nothing to do with him. Could I get in trouble for using the email to log in to his account and changing the email myself? I would... Read more »

Louis George Fazzi
Louis George Fazzi answered on Aug 20, 2020

Who knows what the future may hold? I don't have a crystal ball that will tell me what could happen at some time in the future.

Sometimes the only way to get something done is to do it yourself. As long as you don't impersonate someone else, or misuse another's identity for...
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1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Domestic Violence and Identity Theft for California on
Q: I found out my ex-husband is using his girlfriend to write letters in my name regarding our children.

My ex-husband is using his girlfriend to write letters in my name regarding our children. I have a protection order against my ex-husband. What can I do?

I only know because my ex-husband never logged out of my laptop and a notification came up from his email.

What do I do? I... Read more »

Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow answered on Aug 19, 2020

MORE INFO NEEDED

IF YOU HAVE A LAWYER POST THIS TO HIM/HER.

MAYBE A RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST HER?

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Identity Theft and Small Claims for California on
Q: I found out that my ex-husband has his girlfriend ease dropping on our conversations and recording it illegally

I found out that my ex-husband has his girlfriend ease dropping on our conversations and recording it illegally because it is confidential and she has no business with information on our kids. She is also writing letters in my name in regards to our children.

According to California Law... Read more »

William John Light
William John Light answered on Aug 19, 2020

If PC 632 applies to you, you can sue both. Your post indicates that you are in Colorado Springs. If that is true, section 632 may not apply to your benefit. That issue hasn't really been decided. If federal law applies to interstate calls, only 1 party need consent. Not sure what... Read more »

4 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Identity Theft for California on
Q: I have trial readiness court scheduled tomorrow. Can i tell my lawyer that i am not happy and want a different lawyer?

He has done nothing to help me at all. He hasn't contacted any witnesses and he barely remembers anything from the last time we spoke. He just stands around laughing and chatting with the DA and tries to convince me to take a deal. He hasnt returnes my emails and i feel like he hasnt tried to... Read more »

Rhonda Mae Hixon
Rhonda Mae Hixon answered on Aug 5, 2020

You could ask the court for a Marsden hearing, where you have the opportunity to explain the breakdown in the attorney client relationship (because of his refusal to investigate/subpoena witnesses) such that you have no trust in the lawyer's ability to defend you, and request appointment of a... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft and Consumer Law for California on
Q: My four-year-old student loan was just added to my credit report. It ruined my mortgage is this legal

I got a business school loan refinanced by local bank. At the time it seem like their policy was not to report the debt to credit bureaus. Four years later with a perfect payment history they decided to report it. It didn’t hurt my credit score but it did hurt my debt to income ratio and now... Read more »

Scott Richard Kaufman
Scott Richard Kaufman answered on Aug 2, 2020

You have a right to accuracy. If it's inaccurate you have a claim.

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