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Does anyone know the law on transporting things in your trunk in NYS?

A:  I would imagine that as long as the K9 dog doesn''t fall in love with your car you can pretty much haul whatever you want to in there. Your side view mirror should be enough to see behind you. I donā??t know the law but its I am sure that itā??s the same as it is in Texas, the item must be secured, the item must not stick out and you must be able to see clearly behind you. I did research and I did not find anything either. But I can say that you need to use common sense. If the item is sticking out to the point where it is an obstruction to your view or to someone else then you shouldn''t be hauling it. You need to make sure that the item you are carrying fits the trunk properly and does not cause a hazard to you or to another driver. If you feel that it is a hazard then I suggest you...

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What Are The laws About transporting A Minor Across state lines?

A:  If you have any doubts, ask a lawyer first. Don''t get legal advice from Q&A sites. That said, it''s perfectly legal unless there''s a reason you shouldn''t. As long as you''re not doing it for criminal purposes or violating a restraining order or other similar court order, it''s legal....

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What are the laws on transporting tobacco?

A:  There is no good tobacco from Europe, at least nothing that should be smoked! LOL It depends on how many is "a couple packs of cigarettes"? 1, 2 , 10, 20, 100?...

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Does federal law prohibit shipping liquor across state borders?

A:  Section 1716 of Title 18 prohibits shipping ''intoxicating liquors of any kind'' through the mail. Although the chapter in which the law appears is dedicated to the United states Postal Service, it clearly states that liquor is ''nonmailable'' without regard for the entity delivering the liquor.References:GPO Access: 18USC1716...

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Is it lawful to transport gold bars from England to Canada?

A:  It is not unlawful to transport gold bars into Canada. Canadian customs requires incoming travelers to declare currency or monetary instruments, such as gold bars, that are greater than or equal to $10,000 in value.Source:Visitors to Canada: Coming to Canada...

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What do the laws state serving liquor in Oklahoma?

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I might be moving to New Jersey; can I bring my firearms if they are not on the banned list?

A:  If the weapons are on the banned list, then you cannot bring them. If they are not on the banned list, then they are not banned and you can bring them. Call law enforcement for the township you''re moving to and they''ll be happy to answer any questions you have. Sorry about moving to New Jersey, by the way. NJ makes you work hard to pass tests and stuff to legally own handguns and they aren''t going to accept any information concerning past licenses. But to license them they will probably make you take a test, psychological background check (if anything comes up) you will be denied, shooting range test, etc. You will need to license those hand guns with your local police department and don''t even think of a concealed carry permit. Nobody gets one of those except retired police officers....

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Leg broken by Champion Kickboxer no warning--Q

A:  Hire a lawyer and sue him. He should have pressed assault charges against the bum. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk You have the lawyers on this board drooling on their keyboards! Call the cops, make a report, find the biggest, meanest, greediest attorney in the yellow pages and go see him with the police report. He/she will kiss you if you don''t mind. In fact, what am I thinking. I have a VERY good friend in Florida who would take the case TODAY. If you want a referral, post back and I''ll give it to you. Yes a referral would be excellent, after some more digging in to this guy turns out he''s also owner of a flim company in Ca thats worldwide, some people just think they can get away with anything. My brother in law is still in pain today from this and he works on his feet all...

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Legal ramifications of leaving state to avoid prosecution?

A:  Bennigan88: Read the headline news in the newspaper. There is a very famous case of a person who fled California for another country. That person was arrested in Switzerland recently, and is being extradited. He fled 30 years ago. You might want to have a look at that case. Bennigan88: While the Polanski case is in CA, it's an entirely different situation, although does show that warrants never expire.  It might also suggest that fleeing can make things exponentially worse....

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How Did World War I Start?

A:  The assassination on 28 June 1914 of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, the heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, is seen as the immediate trigger of the war, though long-term causes, such as imperialistic foreign policies of the great powers of Europe such as the German Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Ottoman Empire, the Russian Empire, the British Empire, France, and Italy played a major role. Ferdinand''s assassination at the hands of a Yugoslav nationalist resulted in Habsburg ultimatum against the Kingdom of Serbia. World War I was a military conflict centered on Europe that began in the summer of 1914. The fighting ended in late 1918. This conflict involved most of the world''s great powers,assembled in two opposing alliances: the Allies (centred around the Triple...