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Is this the form you are asking about?
If so, did you want to upload your copy and let me know which specific sections you have questions about?
No that is not the form I used. I did compose one myself to exchange
no prosecution-immunity for a non-stalking type of future protection form.
How do I upload my copy?
Please contact customer service to learn how to upload the form. You can use the one I sent as a go-by to correct or revise the one you made yourself. Also, if you are making your own version, you can add language in there that states that you have not been offered or received any monetary consideration in exchange for signing the waiver.
Yes, you may still be able to file a civil suit so long as you waiver does not state that the reason you are signing the waiver is that the suspect has not engaged in any wrongful or improper conduct.
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Hello, Maverick. Here is the copy I drafted.
I have read your draft and it generally looks good. However, I am not able to make any specific recommendations or suggest any specific modifications as that would fall in the realm of offer you specific legal advice for this situation. As per JA's site disclaimers, if you want legal advice, you must formally hire a lawyer of your choice.
Ok, thank you for taking the time to review it.
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