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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Amanita86] * 1
    #25141970 - 04/15/18 10:05 PM (1 month, 9 days ago)

You can remove her easily,  and you won't owe her a dime if she's not on the lease.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Enlil] * 4
    #25152496 - 04/20/18 07:14 AM (1 month, 4 days ago)

Can i put fake sidewinder missiles on my SUV without getting in trouble with da cops?


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: LogicaL Chaos]
    #25153389 - 04/20/18 03:31 PM (1 month, 4 days ago)

What would potentially push a cop to charging someone with a concealed weapon if they had a pocket knife on them? I carry a self defense, tactical blade w me, although I get nervous about being searched and charged w a concealed weapon. The blade is around 5-6" long and its very clearly a self defense/combat weapon. I feel safer carrying it, but i never feel safe from the police and i dont want to give them a reason to attack me and ruin my life. Given the size of my blade, Im in the market for a smaller one. But anyway, back on topic... Should one always have their knife visible (say a belt clip) if they don't have a conceal permit... and also, is such a permit neccesary w knives?

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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Lipa Kreepa]
    #25154825 - 04/21/18 10:27 AM (1 month, 3 days ago)

I'm pretty sure that knife laws vary state by state and sometimes even municipality by municipality. And a firearm is a much better self defense weapon than a knife.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Grey Fox]
    #25155243 - 04/21/18 02:11 PM (1 month, 3 days ago)

Yeah. Im in Louisiana and our knife laws are a little ambiguous. The one thing that it clears states is no switch blades... but not much otherwise regarding length and concealment.

And yes, i havent been able to afford a handgun yet. If and when the day comes, im thinking about a 38 revolver that is compatible to fire 357 ammo as well. But for now, a knife and a prayer is all i have regarding self defense


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Lipa Kreepa]
    #25155260 - 04/21/18 02:20 PM (1 month, 3 days ago)

A revolver is good personal defense for the wilderness of Canada but not a ccw.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: LogicaL Chaos]
    #25155426 - 04/21/18 03:25 PM (1 month, 3 days ago)

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Can i put fake sidewinder missiles on my SUV without getting in trouble with da cops?



Depends on the cops. It's not illegal,  but that doesn't matter much to most cops.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Lipa Kreepa]
    #25155649 - 04/21/18 05:07 PM (1 month, 3 days ago)

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Yeah. Im in Louisiana and our knife laws are a little ambiguous. The one thing that it clears states is no switch blades... but not much otherwise regarding length and concealment.

And yes, i havent been able to afford a handgun yet. If and when the day comes, im thinking about a 38 revolver that is compatible to fire 357 ammo as well. But for now, a knife and a prayer is all i have regarding self defense




I see. All the best. I believe that any 357 magnum revolver can also fire 38 special, but a revolver that is chambered in 38 special cannot fire 357 magnum. The two rounds are the same diameter, but the 357 magnum is longer and fires at a higher pressure.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Grey Fox]
    #25155703 - 04/21/18 05:27 PM (1 month, 3 days ago)

Ahh, thanks for the clarification Grey :thumbup:


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Lipa Kreepa]
    #25189431 - 05/07/18 01:04 PM (18 days, 14 hours ago)

Someone I know was in the middle of a move and needed her dog and her cat watched momentarily. The time frame was never discussed but it ended up being longer than expected.  The entire time she was giving this guy money for food, and for vet bills, and visiting them on occasion.  It got to about the 5 month mark when the move was finalized and the dude said she had abandoned them to him, get the dog registered in his name and now won't respond to her.

She's opened a claim up in the civil courts in Pittsburgh suing him for custody of the pets back. They said if he wins somehow ( she has all the texts and bills to prove their agreement and the amount of $ she spent, about 1400 ) she will be etitled to her $.

What is the likelihood of her recieving her animals back, even though it was a 6 month stretch before she wanted them back.

If the courts do rule for her to get them back, how will she?  What if he still refuses?


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: vandago]
    #25191496 - 05/08/18 02:43 PM (17 days, 12 hours ago)

If a non-U.S. citizen breaks USA laws, and they are indicted in a USA court, can the indictment remain sealed indefinitely until they catch the person in their home country and then extradite?

Will the statute of limitations not set in if this is the case?

Does the statute of limitations in USA differ depending on the crime?


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Anonymous #156]
    #25191708 - 05/08/18 04:59 PM (17 days, 10 hours ago)

No expert here but I've known two illegals who got caught selling drugs. They were put into jail here then when their sentence is done they get sent to mexico and do jail there as well.

If you flee to your home country if the crime is serious enough there will be cooperation between the two nations

Most serious crimes have no statute of limitations
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For indictable (serious) offences such as major theft, murder, kidnapping or sexual assault, a defendant may be charged at any future date; in some cases, warrants have remained outstanding for more than 20 years





I might be mistaken but I do believe that in any case they could file a civil suit if they can't get the criminal one for whatever reason.
(If I'm wrong I would like to know)


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: bodhisatta]
    #25197785 - 05/11/18 04:51 PM (14 days, 10 hours ago)

In the scenario I'm asking about, the person is not within the USA. USA laws were broken, but done so from outside US borders. The country where the person resides, however, has an extradition treaty with USA. Not sure if this changes anything from the scenario you proposed.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Anonymous #156]
    #25197794 - 05/11/18 04:58 PM (14 days, 10 hours ago)

Interesting I wana know the answer too. Say you're a American citizen. You travel to Germany and fuck a prostitute then travel to the Netherlands and eat some magic truffels. Does this make you a criminal back home even if its a-ok in the countries you did stuff in?

Or was the law broke abroad a USA and foreign law?


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: bodhisatta]
    #25197894 - 05/11/18 05:57 PM (14 days, 9 hours ago)

My understanding is that you are only held accountable for the laws of the country that you are currently in. So the USA couldn't argue a case that you broke their laws while in another country unless you somehow bring it home with you. IE: Drugs, Trafficking, Theft, etc.

Now if you are charged in another country for a crime, as you have stated extradition can occur. But if you aren't charged in another country, you will find it hard for the USA to charge you for something you did outside of it's borders unless it somehow implicitly affects the country itself or another American.

Edit: There are some exceptions, such as if you are running a Trafficking ring in another country but are using the money and living back in the states. The USA can definitely charge you if they build the case. So at the end of the day, make sure the wrongdoing doesn't result in foreign charges, cannot be physically tied to you, and doesn't affect another citizen of your country. At least that is my understanding- Not a lawyer.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Marshwood_Bear]
    #25198018 - 05/11/18 07:09 PM (14 days, 8 hours ago)

What about internet crimes. Say someone is living in germany and they take a US based website off line. What is the extradition treaty there


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Marshwood_Bear]
    #25198182 - 05/11/18 08:37 PM (14 days, 6 hours ago)

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My understanding is that you are only held accountable for the laws of the country that you are currently in. So the USA couldn't argue a case that you broke their laws while in another country unless you somehow bring it home with you. IE: Drugs, Trafficking, Theft, etc.

Now if you are charged in another country for a crime, as you have stated extradition can occur. But if you aren't charged in another country, you will find it hard for the USA to charge you for something you did outside of it's borders unless it somehow implicitly affects the country itself or another American.

Edit: There are some exceptions, such as if you are running a Trafficking ring in another country but are using the money and living back in the states. The USA can definitely charge you if they build the case. So at the end of the day, make sure the wrongdoing doesn't result in foreign charges, cannot be physically tied to you, and doesn't affect another citizen of your country. At least that is my understanding- Not a lawyer.





I probably should have clarified more, I'm definitely aware that the USA can't go around picking up everyone everywhere for any law they break

The crimes in specific would involve breaking US laws from within the USA, it would be considered as if they were broken on US soil, per say.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: Anonymous #156]
    #25198494 - 05/11/18 11:13 PM (14 days, 4 hours ago)

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What about internet crimes. Say someone is living in germany and they take a US based website off line. What is the extradition treaty there




That depends entirely on how much evidence is left behind by said "hacker", if someone is planning on doing something like that, they should definitely know how to obscure their tracks before doing so. As for extradition, Germany and the USA are allies who regularly cooperate with each other legally. But I would say as long as they aren't targeting major assets or US government sites, the USA wouldn't try to extradite them, usually not worth the hassle- They would probably refer any evidence to the proper authorities in Germany, however, and I wouldn't be surprised if local PD started looking into things.


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I probably should have clarified more, I'm definitely aware that the USA can't go around picking up everyone everywhere for any law they break

The crimes in specific would involve breaking US laws from within the USA, it would be considered as if they were broken on US soil, per say.




I might not be understanding everything, but if the person has already been charged by a US court and their country has an extradition treaty with the USA- The process could be pursued.

But Yes; If a non-citizen breaks US law either within the US or against a US company or citizen whilst being outside the country, charges can be pursued if a proper case can be made.


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    #25199445 - 05/12/18 02:38 PM (13 days, 12 hours ago)

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If a non-U.S. citizen breaks USA laws, and they are indicted in a USA court, can the indictment remain sealed indefinitely until they catch the person in their home country and then extradite?

Will the statute of limitations not set in if this is the case?

Does the statute of limitations in USA differ depending on the crime?




Sorry other people are not getting the real gist of your question. Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, wait for Enlil for a better answer.

Statute of limitations vary depending on the offense charged and who is prosecuting you (Federales v. State). You can look up the statute of limitations for the offense you are worried about online relatively easily.

But be aware that the statute of limitations time period freezes when an indictment is filed even if it is sealed.

In some cases there may be a legal remedy based around the Speedy Trial Clause or due process / predujicial delay, but those would depend on the exact circumstances of your case. And these would not apply if you were trying to fly under the radar and avoid apprehension and prosecution.


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Re: Ask an attorney [Re: bodhisatta]
    #25199488 - 05/12/18 03:14 PM (13 days, 12 hours ago)

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Say you're a American citizen. You travel to Germany and fuck a prostitute then travel to the Netherlands and eat some magic truffels. Does this make you a criminal back home even if its a-ok in the countries you did stuff in?




Eating truffles is fine. Engaging in conspiracy to import truffles to the US could land you with charges.

The US expanded its extraterritorial prosecution powers as related to sex tourism in 2003.  So paying a 16 or 17 year old prostitute is extremely illegal for a US citizen even if it is legal in the country you travelled to and the sex is consenual. However in your specific example legal prostitutes in Germany have a minimum age of 18 since 2008.

Many other countries claim extraterrorial prosecution of their own citizens for sex crimes. It's a good thing.


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