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How far can the cops go?

A:  Lets see, felony eluding, speeding, possession of stolen propery, it depends how bad the police want them. They will tap the phone lines for voice and data communications, surveilance of their homes and other known hang outs, and probably harrass family and friends daily. And I should point out, it appears you know where the fugitives are, aiding and abetting is a felony with sentencing guidelines of 2 to 5 years in prison....

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Tenants rights

A:  Re Locks : No you cannot change them. Re Notice : Must be written. Actually, you can change the locks on your property. The landlord or agent has no legal right to enter the property anyway while you are a tenant without your permission and so has no need for a key. You would though have to replace the locks with the originals before you leave without any damage to the doors etc. This could backfire however if there was an emergency and the landlord was called and couldnt gain access (such as for a gas or water leak etc). You would then probably be liable for the cost of breaking in and the repairs afterwards. Notice should be given in writing, otherwise how can you prove youve given notice? I rent 2 house''s and a small flat. I would...

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Can I contact my home w/o getting busted?

A:  Without charges even being pressed----presumably just an investigation going on----it seems highly unlikely that the police would go to the trouble of getting a warrant to tap their parent''s phones. (Do these guys have more to worry about than just the motorcycle and "evading arrest through high speed chase" rap? If not why don''t they just go face the music and get this over with? Although admittedly the cops do look askance at people endangering the lives of other citizens in "high-speed chases for miles".) If they need to get in touch with their parents, isn''t there a family member who lives elsewhere and has e-mail through whom they could communicate? Letters are a great way to communicate, provided one sends it from a city that is not your own---or sends to an...

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Can I contact my home w/o getting busted?

A:  Without charges even being pressed----presumably just an investigation going on----it seems highly unlikely that the police would go to the trouble of getting a warrant to tap their parent''s phones. (Do these guys have more to worry about than just the motorcycle and "evading arrest through high speed chase" rap? If not why don''t they just go face the music and get this over with? Although admittedly the cops do look askance at people endangering the lives of other citizens in "high-speed chases for miles".) If they need to get in touch with their parents, isn''t there a family member who lives elsewhere and has e-mail through whom they could communicate? Letters are a great way to communicate, provided one sends it from a city that is not your own---or sends to an...

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This Fails The Smell Factor - Big Time

A:  Sure has the potential for a bad smell- I doubt the county prosecutor is medically competent to judge that a person is of sound mind---but he may beenough to show he ws not of an unsound mind and the he knew what he wa doing to name the attorney on the accounts. Mans kids sure could use an independent second opinion in NY? He also got the old man to put his name on all of his accounts totalling roughly 800k as joint tenency. "So the family has very little recourse." Not sure how they arrived at this conclusion. They are free to contest the will. "They can't put the will or estate into probate because everything is already in the lawyers name." That doesn't mean they cannot pursue inclusion of these...

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Why was the California Gay Marriage Ban struck down?

A:  a homosexual judge was ignoring the voters and legislating from the bench. this turd needs to be replaced... The reasons for overturning a popularly elected law is because it never should have gone to a referendum in the first place. Your constitution and bill of rights clearly articulates the rights and obligations of each citizen. They are federal guidelines enacted for the entire nation. The arguments have been made, analyzed and accepted as valid that to deny the right to marry to gays and lesbians is discriminatory and as such they should be allowed to marry and have the same rights as other heterosexual citizens. If they have the right to marry, so do the gays. Since it''s based on federal statues and guidelines the States have no

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Are medicaid behavior contracts binding if not signed by either party?

A:  I read all of your questions, and technically , these are NOT "legal" questions except as they would apply as evidence for the parties should you be discharged and apply for unemployment and there is a controversey over "cause". If any employee beeives their employer is not following the rules and regulations of the employer, they should in writing, note that on the documents and then sign them. If you refuse to follow written instructions you can be terminated for cause. thius is mush like a courtrrom, when the judge interperts the law differently than one of the attys, the atty objects, and it is noted on the record, that way the atty protects himself , so he can appeal the ruling later should he lose. HOWEVER the trial goes one, with all...

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does criticism of president Obama cause disunity in the United States?

A:  I am not sure I understand your question correctly because you have used at least one word (precocious) incorrectly.  I think you are saying that harsh criticism of Obama makes it more difficult to unify the country.  Is that correct? I would agree that harsh criticism of president Obama makes it difficult for the country to unify.  Criticism of the president is often very personal -- not just limited to a criticism of his policies.  It is clear that many conservatives hate him personally. However, it is not the criticism of president Obama that has caused disunity in the US.  It is just another symptom of a problem we have had for a long time.  I could have written the last paragraph during the Bush administration...

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Is the church entitled to return my money for the unusable burial plot I paid for?

A:  The answer will be a matter of determination for the court, based on all of the facts and documents involved. Some of the considerations may include, among others, whether the documents contained any warranties as to fitness of the property, whether fraud was involved, any fault of the parties involved in the condition of the property, and duty of inspection by the parties. A person who has been unjustly enriched at the expense of another may be required to make restitution to the other. Despite not having a contractual agreement, a trial court may require an individual to make restitution for unjust enrichment if he has received a benefit which would be unconscionable to retain. A person may be deemed to be unjustly enriched if he (or she) has received a benefit, and keeping it would...

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How do we provide proof to the landlord of our 60 day notice?

A:  You should carefully review your lease agreement between yourself and your landlord to determine your rights and obligations relating to the premises you are renting, as well as your rights and obligations to terminate your lease agreement. The notice required by NJ law to terminate a lease is required to be in writing. The answer as to whether the charge for parking is allowed will depend on the contract terms involved. It will be a matter of subjective determination for the court, based on all the facts and circumstances involved. Contracts are agreements that are legally enforceable. A contract is an agreement between two parties that creates an obligation to do or refrain from doing a particular thing. The purpose of a contract is to establish the terms of the...