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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and Construction Law for Missouri on
Q: Is it true that since a scam in 2018 where I sent cash to someone through Western Union I cann not sue that person

Is it true that since a scam in 2018 where I sent cash to someone through Western Union I cann not sue that person

I mean like having them proscuted now they live in the US I know there contact information and they live in Illinois and I am in Missouri thank you in advanced

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answered on Jun 21, 2024

There's no blanket rule preventing you from pursuing legal action against someone who scammed you in 2018 via Western Union. However, there are some important factors to consider:

1. Statute of limitations: Each state has time limits for filing lawsuits or criminal charges. You'll...
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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: Served an unlawful detainer by plaintiff that obtained a deed 2 my home from a man who obtained a collectors deed illega

County collector issued a collectors deed to a purchaser illegally. It was a 3rd offering sale but staff at cty. office lied and said it was A post 3rd year sale denying me my 90 day redemption period. Also it allowed that purchaser to sale the deed to a third party whose now served me with an... View More

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answered on Jun 17, 2024

I'm sorry to hear about the difficult situation you're facing with your home. Based on what you've described, it seems there may have been serious legal errors and improprieties in the tax sale process that resulted in your home being wrongfully deeded to another party. Here are a... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Tax Law, Real Estate Law, Constitutional Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Missouri on
Q: Can a county collector change a 3rd year tax cert. sale into a post 3rd yr. Sale 4 dys. After auction ?

Can a collector take you off as the payee of your real estate tax and apply it to different person's account?

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answered on Jun 13, 2024

The actions you describe may raise serious legal concerns. Typically, a county collector should not have the authority to change the terms of a tax certificate sale after the auction has concluded. If the rules of the auction were altered post-sale, this might violate established procedures and... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Real Estate Law, Tax Law and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: Can a county collector change a 3rd offering auction into a post 3rd year auction in just four days past the sale date?
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answered on Jun 13, 2024

In Missouri, the process for tax lien sales and auctions is strictly governed by state law. A county collector must adhere to specific timelines and procedures established by the Missouri statutes. Changing a third offering auction into a post-third year auction just four days past the original... View More

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Q: In regard to Missouri Constitution Article III - Legislative Department Section 39(f)

I am trying to determine if a 501(c) 3 is allowed to sell raffle tickets, for a prize less than $2000, in another state. The organization is in Missouri. Thank you.

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answered on May 24, 2024

The Missouri Constitution Article III, Section 39(f) allows 501(c)(3) organizations to conduct raffles, provided they follow state regulations. However, selling raffle tickets in another state involves additional considerations and compliance with that state's laws. Each state has its own... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: if a person has their liberty & is supposedly a free person their allowed contraband since they are free

because freedom is the allowance of being able to do almost anything correct liberty does exists it is very much real & is not abstract you might not be able to see or touch it but you can feel it its kind of like air where you can feel it but not see or touch it its not imagined & my 2nd... View More

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answered on May 24, 2024

Having liberty means you are free to make choices about your actions and words, but it doesn’t mean you can possess contraband. In a society governed by laws, certain restrictions are in place to ensure safety and order. While freedom is about making choices, it is also about respecting the laws... View More

1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI, Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: Can a felon (dui) own a modern muzzleloader in Missouri?
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answered on May 24, 2024

In Missouri, owning a modern muzzleloader can be complicated for someone with a felony DUI conviction. Generally, federal law prohibits felons from owning firearms, and this includes modern muzzleloaders that use inline ignition systems, as they are considered firearms under federal law.... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Missouri on
Q: has anyone used the agreement of liberty privacy & levying war against the united states in a drug charge court case &

if so which one & mainly would like to read one of liberty & how do i find my past questions on this site

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answered on May 1, 2024

It sounds like you're inquiring about a very specific use of legal terms in relation to drug charges. The "agreement of liberty privacy & levying war against the United States" isn't a recognized legal term or standard charge in U.S. law. If you're referring to concepts... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: I had a misdemeanor Sexual Misconduct conviction set aside in Missouri, how can I have Failure to Register removed also?

The judge said manifest injustice does not apply to felonies because there’s a 180 day time limit, but misdemeanors have no time frame which is why he was able to set aside the Sexual Misconduct conviction.

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

I understand you're looking for information on how to have a Failure to Register charge removed after having a misdemeanor Sexual Misconduct conviction set aside in Missouri. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

1. Setting aside a conviction is different from having it expunged or...
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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Consumer Law for Missouri on
Q: Can I be not let into a bar because of personal reasons?
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answered on Mar 21, 2024

Absolutely, you can be denied entry to a bar for various personal reasons. This might include not meeting the dress code, showing signs of excessive intoxication, or previous issues such as altercations or unpaid tabs. Each establishment has its own rules and guidelines which they are legally... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Criminal Law for Missouri on
Q: My boyfriends house got kicked in by the police and they found in a lock box 490 grams meth and they charged him with

Class A felony with excessive amount in mo . How low can that charge be dropped down to??

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answered on Mar 7, 2024

The severity of charges for drug possession, particularly with a substance like methamphetamine, depends on various factors, including the amount involved, the intended use (personal use vs. distribution), and any prior criminal history. In Missouri, a Class A felony for drug possession indicates a... View More

2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: how is the militia able to enforce a regulation in the privacy of a citizens home that enslaves him or her thought

militia is to make sure it is a free state & enforce law not a enslaving regulation such csa

thought we was a free people the courts say they are liberating us but it is the opposite

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answered on Feb 29, 2024

Under Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, Congress is explicitly granted the power:

To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions; and

To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the Militia,...
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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: how is the militia able to enforce a regulation in the privacy of a citizens home that enslaves him or her thought

militia is to make sure it is a free state & enforce law not a enslaving regulation such csa

thought we was a free people the courts say they are liberating us but it is the opposite

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answered on Feb 25, 2024

The concept of a militia in the United States is historically tied to the defense and security of the state, rather than the enforcement of regulations within the private homes of citizens. The role of militias has evolved over time and is defined by law, including the U.S. Constitution and various... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: I need help with how to start a lawsuit against a corporation , a manager of , and also the 2 city police officers ?

I'm disabled and was treated in an extremely humiliating manner by all involved and I can prove they had absolutely no grounds for those actions. Furthermore, I gave them the proof they needed to not treat in such a manner and all proceeded not just to curse me through the store as I was asked... View More

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answered on Feb 22, 2024

Here are the key steps to starting a lawsuit against a corporation, manager, and police officers in Missouri:

1. Consult with a civil rights and personal injury attorney. Find one experienced in handling cases against corporations, police misconduct, and ADA violations. They can evaluate...
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2 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law and International Law for Missouri on
Q: Does Missouri have to honor treaties of the United States of America? If so does this also mean with foreign treaties?
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answered on Feb 5, 2024

Not necessarily. A treaty is an obligation of the federal government. It is not binding domestic law unless it has language expressing that it is "self-executing" upon ratification or it has been implemented by an act of Congress.

In Medellin v. Texas, the US government had...
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2 Answers | Asked in Constitutional Law and International Law for Missouri on
Q: Does Missouri have to honor treaties of the United States of America? If so does this also mean with foreign treaties?
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answered on Feb 4, 2024

Yes, Missouri, like all states in the United States, is constitutionally obligated to honor treaties made by the federal government. Article VI, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution, commonly known as the Supremacy Clause, establishes that federal law, including treaties, is the supreme law... View More

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2 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Employment Law for Missouri on
Q: can a job not hire a person based off a tattoo when their company polices dont say anything about tattoo
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answered on Jan 15, 2024

In the United States, companies generally have the discretion to set their own dress code and appearance policies, which can include restrictions on visible tattoos. However, if a company does not have a specific policy regarding tattoos, making a hiring decision solely based on a person's... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Family Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: What can be done if you have been through your depositional and jurisdictional hearings without adequate counsel

I was provided with an attorney but they never filed any emotions on my behalf I was never allowed to call any witnesses or produce any evidence on my behalf. It's an attorney provided by the state and they have done absolutely nothing to help me in my case. They have denied me my... View More

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answered on Jan 15, 2024

If you feel that your state-appointed attorney has not adequately represented you, you have the right to raise this concern. Ineffective assistance of counsel can be a serious issue, especially if it impacts your constitutional right to due process.

First, consider discussing your concerns...
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1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Tax Law, Constitutional Law and Construction Law for Missouri on
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I paid $18,000 for my house and 2011 then I pulled a building permit in 2011 the same day I interned started working on my house I'm still working on my house my understanding is the building permit stops the value from increasing until an inspection is called for when I am done with... View More

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answered on Dec 30, 2023

In your situation, dealing with property valuation and taxation in Jackson County, Missouri, there are several key points to consider.

Firstly, the link between a building permit and property valuation can vary. Typically, a building permit itself doesn't freeze the value of a property...
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2 Answers | Asked in Family Law, Appeals / Appellate Law, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Missouri on
Q: I filed a motion to intervene in my daughter's CPS case in the state of Missouri. It was denied. Can I appeal this?

If I cannot file an appeal can I file a motion for view or some other type of motion to get back before the judge because I have new evidence and what this is to call and I am better prepared at this point for the allegations of the state is making against me I am trying to get a protection order... View More

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answered on Dec 17, 2023

If your motion to intervene in your daughter's CPS case was denied in Missouri, you generally have the right to appeal that decision. The appeal process allows a higher court to review the lower court's decision to see if there were any errors in how the law was applied or interpreted.... View More

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