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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Internet Law for Nevada on
Q: Can I press charges on my brother for tampering with my internet services after having him removed for non payment?

My brother has been living with me for two years without any payment of rent,power or internet services. I recently denied access to him for use of the internet. And he's been pulling my cable from the wall.

James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Jun 8, 2024

Based on the details you provided, your brother's actions of pulling the cable from the wall to disrupt your internet service may constitute property damage or criminal mischief. However, the specific charges and their applicability depend on the laws of your state and the extent of the damage... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Internet Law for Nevada on
Q: An online user is extorting and spying on their supporters. How do I address this legally in court?

GaroShadowscale does possess a group of loyalists who can and will be able to spy on any of his Patreon supporters: you can find much evidence in videos of him on YouTube, but I erge you act quick, for he and his "wigglies" are doing everything they can to ensure any and all proof of his... View More

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answered on Jan 11, 2024

If you believe that an online user is engaging in illegal activities like extortion and spying, the first step is to gather and preserve any evidence that supports these allegations. This might include screenshots, videos, or any other form of digital documentation that demonstrates the user's... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law, Internet Law and Health Care Law for Nevada on
Q: Can you advise on what the tax implications might be when providing telehealth across state lines?

I'm a psychologist, in private practice, licensed in CA and Nevada, practice is in NV, want to provide telehealth in CA. Would income earned from a CA resident or a CA company (insurance) result in my paying taxes? If yes, would CA tax me on my entire NV earnings since CA des not have state... View More

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answered on Dec 25, 2023

When providing telehealth services across state lines, like from Nevada to California, you may face unique tax implications. If you earn income from California residents or companies, California may require you to pay taxes on that income. This is because states generally tax income earned within... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Business Law and Internet Law for Nevada on
Q: I am in the state of Nevada. I recently came across an advertisement from a licensed car dealership for a car for $1

Is this a binding price? Excluding any document and processing fees. The ad includes VIN number and all car details.

T. Augustus Claus
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answered on Jul 18, 2023

In general, advertisements are considered invitations to make an offer, not binding contracts themselves. However, there are exceptions and legal principles to consider. In Nevada, if the ad includes the VIN number and all the car details, it might be seen as a specific offer rather than a mere... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Internet Law for Nevada on
Q: Do judges actual read complaints filed in district courts or are complaints scanned by the clerk and algorithms create r

Create responses; orders, judgements and mail them to the plaintiffs?

Griffin Klema
Griffin Klema
answered on Mar 22, 2019

No, the U.S. legal system does not use AI to decide cases. People (judges and juries) decide the issues in disputes before a court. While there may be some automation, those processes are not substantive in nature.

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1 Answer | Asked in Copyright, Personal Injury and Internet Law for Nevada on
Q: What can I do if someone is sharing my explicit content that I've made, directly to their own underage community?


Marcos Garciaacosta
Marcos Garciaacosta
answered on Feb 27, 2019

if the content is yours you can stop them to use it.

If they are using a platform like youtube you can get youtube to help stopping them.

It always helps to have a copyright registration.

Contact me if you need any consultations

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, International Law and Internet Law for Nevada on
Q: Liability for Independent Contractor processing payment checks?

I am an independent freelance contractor who has been contacted by a potential employer for virtual assistance. They are hoping that I can commit transactions for customers on their products and process orders for their customers in form of checks. I am wary of the opportunity as it seems a little... View More

Richard Sternberg
Richard Sternberg
answered on Mar 16, 2018

This is a very common Internet fraud that lawyers have been seeing for at least a year. I used to get a couple such emails a week. I guess they’ve moved on to non-lawyers, because I warned someone off this on last week. Most likely, the checks you receive are bad, but they take 2 weeks... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Products Liability, Intellectual Property and Internet Law for Nevada on
Q: I have images I created. Can someone take those images without my permission and save it for their Private collection?
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Oct 3, 2016

If you put them up on the web, it's basically a "take this & distribute" invitation. Note how photographers, others copywright images.

1 Answer | Asked in Internet Law for Nevada on
Q: How do i find out the owner of a private registered website

There is a privately registered website that an individual posted information about me on. I want the information removed. The poster is anonymous, and the information is private information that I don't want made public. (It is from an ex girlfriend, I'm sure). The website has a... View More

Timothy James Walton
Timothy James Walton
answered on Feb 7, 2011

While I doubt that you are correct that someone who has gone to the effort of successfully hiding will appreciate your finding them and respond to your sob story, it is a fact that you can sometimes find the true operator of a privately registered web site by sending the appropriate letter to the... View More

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