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    Not to my knowledge. All court documents and...

    Not to my knowledge. All court documents and info from the state elude to the process being immediate.
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    EXACTLY my point in my post. But some...

    EXACTLY my point in my post. But some courthouses make you pay for copies... still, it's a few cents per sheet, instead of $1.95 for each one. If you can download the forms, do it... get 'em for...
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    Ahh.. good. If it was over 1 year old, you'd...

    Ahh.. good. If it was over 1 year old, you'd have zero chances.

    So you can do a few things:

    1- If you bought it somewhere like Best Buy, you can take it to them; they can sometimes accept it...
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    You may... what kind of laptop is it and how old?

    You may... what kind of laptop is it and how old?
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    Again, that really depends on where you live. ...

    Again, that really depends on where you live.

    For example, here in WA, you file with the District Court in your county and have a court date assigned where you present the case to a judge; that...
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    Check with your local courts before you pay a...

    Check with your local courts before you pay a website like the one he posted... many courts, like the WA State courts, offer 'family court' forms for free, so you can download all the forms you need...
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    Duh... that's right... you have to be a citizen. ...

    Duh... that's right... you have to be a citizen. I'm intrigued now to know how someone on a visa got a jury summons...
  8. Oooooh.. yea, I read that to be an accident. ...

    Oooooh.. yea, I read that to be an accident.

    Well, tort law is a lot looser than criminal code, so it's very plausible to see parents of a child on a suit, because it's likely suing the kid is...
  9. Lol... like we learned the first week in law...

    Lol... like we learned the first week in law school: "Only a fool is his own attorney".

    It's called Pro Se and it's perfectly legal for any person to represent themselves, even if it's a bit of...
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    This is usually because of a profile issue. ...

    This is usually because of a profile issue. Here's a way to resolve the issue:



    ... or you can remove profiles from your laptop and the issue will disappear.
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    Witness statements and circumstantial evidence. ...

    Witness statements and circumstantial evidence. DAs typically do not want to present a case on all circumstantial evidence, but it can be done; typically before a grand jury, as they are easier to...
  12. There are certain circumstances where the parents...

    There are certain circumstances where the parents are jointly responsible.

    If the daughter owns the car in her name and the insurance is in her name and the vehicle registration is in her name,...
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    First off, it really depends on where you live. ...

    First off, it really depends on where you live.

    But typically, you do the name change through the state or county court system. There is a specific motion for name change and, for example, it's...
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    In CO, you can be chosen for Jury Duty if you do...

    In CO, you can be chosen for Jury Duty if you do one of the following:

    - Pay taxes, both employment and property
    - Obtain a driver's license
    - Register to vote
    - Register a vehicle

    If she...
  15. Question: Is it illegal.

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    Kind of correct. Those actions are illegal under...

    Kind of correct. Those actions are illegal under tort law, but not criminal law. Tort law or civil law is bound to damages and fiscal penalties, rather than in carceration.

    <-- law student. :D
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    Ehhhh before you give her that rubber stamp, it...

    Ehhhh before you give her that rubber stamp, it was her idea to let him stay with us, when I was vehemently opposed to it and she pleaded with me to let him stay. Damn bleeding heart. I love her...
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    I hadn't even thought of that... he's so poor, I...

    I hadn't even thought of that... he's so poor, I doubt he's going to rent a truck. Of course, how he's going to get his bed and a few other large items out is beyond me.

    As much as it annoys me,...
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    Yea, my wife said the same thing. We're also...

    Yea, my wife said the same thing. We're also moving at the end of the month and he has no idea where, so I'm not concerned about that and I'm not concerned about him actually hurting me, because I...
  19. Question: Is it illegal.

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    Yes. Libel. In civil court, you can be sued for...

    Yes. Libel. In civil court, you can be sued for damages on: libel, slander (possibly, as vocalization of the claim would have been made to assert the written aspect) and defamation of character. ...
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    Grrrr! That's what I was afraid of. Well, he's...

    Grrrr! That's what I was afraid of. Well, he's leaving either Thursday or Friday, so the eviction process would be pointless, TBO.

    However, I think I'm going to contact the company looking for...
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    WA State sublet (not exactly a roomate)

    I have a person who has essentially sublet a room in my townhouse for 3 months and is not under any written agreement with my landlord. Our agreement is 100% verbal and he has zero documentation to...
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