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Q: How do I repesent myself in identity theft charges?
Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Mar 25, 2019

That's an incredibly tough question. While the basics of practicing criminal law are straightforward, every case is unique, and requires a plan of action specifically catered to that case, its facts, and the law. Your best bet is going to be to see about either have a public defender represent you,... Read more »

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Q: Should the closing attorney at a mortgage closing act as the notary public for the closing?
Kelli Y Allen
Kelli Y Allen answered on Jan 16, 2019

That is very common.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law and Identity Theft for Mississippi on
Q: Need to know about my probation status,Need to file identity theft Because of incarceration, time served, grounds I hv

What legal grounds I have

Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Nov 8, 2018

There's not a whole lot that an attorney can go off of to answer your questions. You may want to consider reaching out to an attorney privately.

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Q: Have several questions reguarding my identity Apparently identity theft Time served on false pretense charges
Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Nov 8, 2018

You may want to consider reaching to an attorney on here if you have questions concerning any pending charges. Most attorneys, myself included, are happy to provide a brief consultation.

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Q: Do Sonic fast food restaurants tell the amount you have on your card, on the receipt?

Im just leaving a Sonic fast food restaurant. I placed my order & used a card to make my purchase. Before pulling up, I knew the amount that was on my card. The carhop came out & I gave a $1 tip, she asked did I pay w| card, i responded yes. She rushed back in & returned to me, saying it didnt... Read more »

Arthur Calderon
Arthur Calderon answered on Apr 7, 2018

Not necessarily. Your best bet would be to see if perhaps the initial transaction was cancelled out. Regardless, if you review your account and see a double charge, you could reach out to the manager and see about getting a refund on one of the transactions.

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Products Liability, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Mississippi on
Q: Can someone get a vehicle financed but get the check in someone else's name without them knowing?

I sold the vehicle about 6 months ago but received a message today he financed it. He said the finance sent it to the bank but the check is in my name. He wants me to cash it for him. What does this mean for me? I was unaware of this till I received the message asking me to cash it for him.

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Jun 12, 2017

You would know if he financed it. If you sold it you got the proceeds because it's in your name.

He should ask you just to sign the check over to him.

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