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Q: I have a rather unusual question. Could someone tell me Leap software, Leap desktop and Leap cloud is for?

This was found on my personal computer, I do not work due to disability. I am the sole user of this computer and it is used for basic emailing, and Facebook. It does not have any remote access etc that I am aware of.

Anthony M. Avery
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answered on Sep 1, 2023

It just sounds like an advertisement.

1 Answer | Asked in Libel & Slander, Criminal Law, Civil Rights and Communications Law for Tennessee on
Q: Can anything be done to a person who has constantly sent me threatening messages through different apps?

I've been sent threatening messages from the same person through different accounts and they have made fake accounts just to be able to send these messages to me. Does it still count towards harassment even though it's fake accounts and names?

Paul E. Tennison
Paul E. Tennison
answered on Oct 20, 2020

Yes, you may want to consider seeking an Order of Protection against this person. You could also consider calling the non-emergency police line and reporting the harassment. Sometimes a cease and desist letter from an attorney is successful in getting someone to stop messaging. If these options... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Communications Law and Internet Law for Tennessee on
Q: Can a corporation require me to give access to my phone at any time and expel me if I do not comply? And is this legal?

Im 19 and in a fraternity and our chapter advisor is making members sign a document that says, "Upon request of the fraternity service center, Province Archon, Chapter Advisor, or Executive Officer, I will immediately, without delay, open and share any electronic communication that I have been... View More

Griffin Klema
Griffin Klema
answered on Mar 22, 2019

It sounds like the fraternity is a voluntary non-profit organization. In the U.S. we enjoy what is called freedom of contract, which allows us to make agreements for all kinds of things. Sometimes agreements can't be enforced (even if you sign them). What the document is describing sounds... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Communications Law, Criminal Law, Family Law and Juvenile Law for Tennessee on
Q: Can I sue DCS for perjury, slander, & failure to perform duties my state obligates them to fulfill during my case?

DCS said a subpoena was signed by me to notify me of court. I had no idea about court & lost custody by default for FTA. No child abuse or neglect alleged or found on me, no failed drug screens by me, no misdemeanor it felony charges by me, how can they just take my children from me?

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot
answered on Oct 26, 2015

You need to actually speak with an attorney who handles these types of cases, juvenile dependency. Without doing that, there probably is no hands on help available to you. Instead of asking how to get your children back, you ask only if you can sue them? I don't get it.

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