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What would happen if i ordered something illegal in my state?

A:  The people who are shipping the stun gun should know that they are not allowed to ship it to you. It''s their responsibility. they won''t check the mail just as long as you don''t flash it in public why the f$$$ would the police check the mail when there''s other crimes I mean come on how much crime is done in a mailbox on a daily basis just play with your stungun in like a desert, or a forest or something where they won''t see it if you get caught you could be sent to jail because there was this story of this kid who had a gun that looked real but it was fake and a cop shot him and the cop didn''t go to jail cause he was just doin his job if you flash a gun you could be sent to jail for jailtime similar to that of a real gun or worse shot to death so be careful...

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Is it legal to drive if you lost your license/wallet and can't find it?

A:  yeah you can stilll drive but you''ll need it sooner or later. yea it''s illegal you''ll go to jail, don''t drive! You most always carry your license on you at all times. If you get pulled over without it they will take your car away. I don''t know if it is illegal, but you will prob get a ticket. Yes it is illegal. If you get stopped without a valid liscense you will not only be ticketed but you will be unable to drive so unless you have a friend with you who has a valid liscense or someone who can come get the car, it will be impounded. If you get caught hope you get a friendly officer but you need to make your way down to the DMV as soon as possible, they can replace your liscense....

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Father in law passed away, no will and papers in a mess, what happens now?

A:  No will or trust? Probate is gonna steal half of his estate! Sorry. ;-(= His estate will go to his biological son. Step-children have no right to inherit from step-parents. Life insurance policies are not part of an estate. If he the step-son is the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, he has the right to collect. Do you need an attorney? I don''t think so. He has only one heir, and his estate is a small one. You really do need a good lawyer - yes a probate as mentioned above They can search county records, etc. for any and all information you need. My mother specializes in this and I too am from NC.....if you would like some recommendations on lawyers (depending on exactly where in the...

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Does the IRS tax you after you already paid the federal and the state taxes on lottery winning?

A:  You''re confused. There is withholding, but you aren''t TAXED until you file your tax return. Same as with your paycheck and withholding, and your W-2 at year-end. Your winnings, if any, are added to your other income, and your exemptions and standard deduction are deducted to come up with your taxable income. Then after your tax is determined, they look at your withholding and determine whether you get a refund or owe more money in tax. Gambling is throwing your money away. You lose FAR more than you win over time, unless you are the VERY RARE Big time winner, and your chances of that are BAD. With legalized gambling, with state lotteries, your money goes to state for lottery costs and general funds. Having

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What happens When a Custodial Parent Relocates a Child Without Permission?

A:  “I have read about the subject of relocating with a child in Florida, How the courts make the decision and so forth. But my question is, what happens if the mother takes off with the child with no warning or consent from the father, across the U.S.? Is this illegal? Will authorities bring the child back to Florida? Is there something I need to do to keep the mother from leaving with the child? I am the secondary residential parent with visitation and the court order states nothing of relocating.: You need to consult with a family law attorney in Florida. However, generally speaking, if a custodial parent takes a child away such that the non-custodial parent is unable to exercise their court-ordered parenting time (visitation), then...

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What are the restrictions of getting a license if you are 18 already?

A:  If you''ve never had a license before, it doesn''t matter how old you are - you WILL be issued an instructional permit before PennDOT will even consider allowing you the opportunity of obtaining a license. You don''t just magically know how to drive once you turn 18. Driving is a learned experience. You have to learn how to drive, you can''t just wake up one morning and suddenly know how to drive if you couldn''t drive 24 hours earlier. 18 & over do not have the restrictions on their permits as those under 18. You will still need a licensed driver riding with you when you drive, but there is no minimum "hold time" or minimum training hours that you must have before you are eligible to schedule your skills test. No restrictions............. 18 and Older?Although not mandatory,...

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If you''ve been in love with someone forever, how do you know when your not in love anymore?

A:  I suppose it depends on the specifics of why you love anyone in general. I personally include things such as intelligence, and a usefulness to humanity among other uncommon traits when I look for someone(Is it hard to believe? Strange? Why ''wouldn''t'' I feel more strongly toward someone who was smart and cared about humanity, because it does influence how good I feel about a person.). More common traits include attractiveness, sexual/romantic activities, communication, sense of humor, how fun they are, health/fitness... and a bunch more. Whether you realize it or not, a lot of people pick and choose from what traits people are looking for, and ignore other traits. It wouldn''t even be uncommon to love someone for certain reasons, while the other person loves you for other reasons you may...

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What do you do when you get in a minor car accident?

A:  First you call the police, second, you call your insurance, third you exchange insurance information with the other driver. Remember to never admit to being at fault. If the other person does not have insurance then they probably will get a hefty fine. You will probably have to get your vehicle repaired through your own insurance. go to the doctor trade contact information and license information. Call your insurance....if you want to file a claim under your uninsured motorist provisions...but if it is super minor it does not sound like a wise thing to do as your insurance rates could go up. If the other person refuses to pay, you will need to take them to small claims court. Protect yourself today incase you do need to file a suite by filing a police report by going down to the police...

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Can you get permission to drive to school and home with just a permit?

A:  someone is "Pulling your Leg" Not going to happen. Just think of how many 16 Year old''s are going to school and NEED to drive. The Highways and ByWays would be just full of this genre. It is just what California needs.Your answer would be "NO" Sorry What, you pass a written test and then get to actually drive on streets, with traffic, experienced careful drivers and idiots alike, without training? LOLOL!! I have said it before, "I heard" is a pretty poor research tool! But, just for laughs, go to the DMV and ask permission. Let us know how it goes. that is not true by any means! if that was the case i would have driven myself to school and back! There are only a couple of states that do have provisions that will allow this & CA is...

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My asylum case is on immigration court ,If I get mari usa citizen, who will give me gc? court or immi office?

A:  Your asylum case is in court. Now you marry a US citizen and make life difficult for yourself and your spouse. Wait till they grant you asylum or deport you. If your asylum case is rejected, you will still be deported to your home country no matter you have married a US citizen. You will be asked to file a fresh petition on basis of your marriage FROM your home country. So, do not get married as of now. If you are deported, ask your spouse to come to your home country and marry you, and then file your application in the US Embassy in your home country. You get a Green Card always from the Immigration, not from a court. Are you asking if you get married will you become a US citizen? It''s very difficult to tell. But no, marriage does not give you citizenship, even if you have applied for...