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Can I sue someone twice? Won on civil. Now, this is criminal

Can I sue someone twice? Won on civil. Now , this is criminal because my home is pulling away from the addition and I have a grandson that plays on that side of the addition. I keep him from over there as much as possible. I want to include his wife in the criminal sue because she knew her husband wasn't license.

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Kim Courtney

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My fiend wrote me a check for $1,500 on the 12th. The next

HelloJA: Hello. What seems to be the problem?Customer: My fiend wrote me a check for $1,500 on the 12th. The next morning I cashed it and yesterday I had a -$1,512 in my checkings account. $12 for a fee. My friend is ignoring me. So I'm stuck and can't pay it at all. I'm unemployed. I trusted my friend.JA: Since estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No I gave my information at a website for lawyers but haven't gotten any calls or anythingJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: No that's it. My friend lied to me and now I'm stuck with a -$1,512 checking account.

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Barrister

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Worked medical doctor couple years who accepts no insurance.

Worked for a medical doctor for a couple years who accepts no insurance. He has not claimed thousands upon thousands for years. I tried to make him legit. He owes IRS a lot. But, he has a gambling addiction and his wife a severe shopping addiction. He gambled away our pay. He was angry that I, the manager, called him about it. So after he took a loan to cover payroll, he fired 3 of us. He kept only one person. He is now fabricating stories. He told everyone and I mean everyone that we all stole his money. Now all the cash he took for 2 years, he is saying we took. He filed false police reports, he claims he filed with the Philadelphia district attorney too. We are all 100% innocent. I contacted the IRS. How can we get the district attorney to talk to us? Can we? Those private criminal complaints are all fraud. Doctor has pill popping problem, gambling, his wife forges scripts, she shops with stolen credit cards...they are bad people.

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Years I have lived in a gated apartment complex. 2 years ago

for four years I have lived in a gated apartment complex. 2 years ago a tenant moved in and he has been very noisy with his vehicle. revving up his motor and speeding in and out of the complex beyond the set speed limits. I have for three years made formal complaints to office management. since then the front office has gone through three office managers. the last one that left two weeks ago was in the process of moving the tenant to another location but that didn't happen. I am at my wits end about what to do. I have consulted with the police and they said they couldn't do anything unless the complex had cameras setup to record the incidents. other than my taking videos I don't know what to do. please help.

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Barrister

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I owe a payday loan the account is delinquent. I've had some

I owe a payday loan the account is delinquent. I've had some financial hardship. Now there getting in touch with me though email, and are threaten legal action on me. Please advise, I am afraid, I cannot work if I am arrested and will loose my job, and still will be unable to pay this loan in full. Do you have any options for me? Please advise, I live in the state of TexasThank YouKaren WattsThe email statesComplaint Case File No – 24SK2206Plaintiff/Complainant – ACA – American Cash AdvanceAFFIDAVIT COPYThe legal affidavit states three allegationsCount 1- Violation of Federal Banking RegulationCount 2- Collateral Check FraudCount 3- Theft by DeceptionAffidavit implies the Plaintiff, ACA, utilise the EFT which stands for an Electronic Funds Transfer to solicit a payday loan into the Defendant's bank account. At the time of repayment, the EFT was returned by the Defendant's bank, Constituting of a worthless Electronic Check.The affidavit implies that the defendant has taken out this loan with no genuine intentions of returning the funds back to the Plaintiff; as a result, the Plaintiff has written the amount to be loss and declared it to be possessed by Theft under section 55 of the Criminal Code of Conduct 8, Section 8.1.2The affidavit implies the total pending amount including the principal amount of the loan, and interest rates possessed under the Defendant is a total amount of $1287.77 which has been reported by the Plaintiff to legally settle the whole account in full which if not legally refunded, will amount to a full penalty amount of $6500.00 USD to be paid at the remanded local Court provided by the Defendant's local Authorities. Any dispute to penalty prepares the Defendant for a 90-day full incarceration.The affidavit implies if the Defendant do not have any prior convictions which is not limited to worthless Checks, Grand Theft or Money Laundering, An Arrest Warrant will be issued followed by the necessary disciplinary actions covered under section 55 of the Criminal Code of Conduct 8, Section 8.1.2 if the Defendant fails to fulfill his/her legal obligations before the end of the rectification date.Thank You​Officer Brian Rosner​

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Alex J. Esq.

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I have some unauthorized charges on my credit card, the bank

I have some unauthorized charges on my credit card, the bank is not doing anything to help. I know the person and don't really feel like getting the law and courts involved, jst want my money back...I have confronted the person and they just rolled their eyes..I need to know how to write a letter so I'm protected or hire a paralegal to write it...Thanks, RW

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Ely

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My ex partner, a law student, and s new girlfriend, a

My ex partner, a law student, and his new girlfriend, a paralegal, are suing me what I believe is a ridiculous lawsuit, because they know they can and they think I would have to hire an attorney. He also owes me over $5000.I am limping along as a pro per. They have recorded me illegally, told me they would request "sanctions" when they did not receive my fax on time and forced me to drive back to the office at night to re-fax, lied in her summary of our meet and confer, and started sending my emails to my ex- attorney. When I asked them multiple times to stop, and that I was turning him into the Bar, they forwarded that email to him as well, and he has since visited my LinkedIn profile. They have done much more, and bullied me every step of the way.Is there any way to let the Judge know about all of this? He is known not to tolerate bullying, and is fair.

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Ely

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I run a junk hauling business. During the course of our

I run a junk hauling business. During the course of our operations we pick up materials that are recyclable. Among those materials are ferrous and non-ferrous metal products that can be sold to metal recyclers. I have strong reason to believe that one of my managers has been taking those metals to a recycler who pays cash, no questions asked. I am in the process of gathering evidence – asking that this particular recycling company provide me copies of the sales tickets, which show date, types of material, amounts paid etc. He has found several so far and has agreed to go back at least to the first of the year.Since these metals become the property of my company at the point where we pick them up from the customer, it seems that these sales would qualify as unlawful/fraudulent asset conversion.I guess my questions are many:- given sufficient evidence, should I consider asking authorities to file criminal charges for his acts, or- is this, on a practical basis, probably a civil tort, requiring me to sue him for damages, or both?

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Ely

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Is it recommended to file a motion to dismiss BEFORE the

Is it recommended to file a motion to dismiss BEFORE the arraignment whee my husband will plead NOT GUILTY"?

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Zoey, JD

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