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What are the laws about shipping cigars in the United states?

A:  Hmmmm.... While I am not positive, I think shipping tobacco is fine as long as it is not intended for minors. In otherwards, do not ship them to your friend who is under 18 at a P.O. Box in his name only so he can get cigarettes... I think you are fine if all involved parties are consenting adults....

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Is it legal to ship wine?

A:  Each state has it's own laws for shipping into their state. You'll need to check before sending. The US Postal Service will not allow alcoholic beverages meant for consumption, you can't even reuse a box that once contained alcohol. You'll need to use a private carrier. The recipient will, of course, have to be above 21 and sign for the package....

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Is it legal to purchase cigarettes over the Internet?

A:  Q: Is it legal to purchase cigarettes over the Internet? A: Some states have enacted laws that restrict the sale and shipment of cigarettes over the Internet to consumers in that state. For example, it is illegal for Internet vendors to ship cigarettes or cause cigarettes to be shipped to consumers in New York state. Moreover, a number of states have enacted age-verification laws to ensure that minors do not purchase cigarettes illegally over the Internet. Depending on where you live, it may be illegal for a delivery...

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oppen heim''s defination on public international law

A:  Public international law is the body of law governing relations between states, international organisations and, sometimes, individuals. At one time states were almost the only bodies that had rights and duties under international law, but during the twentieth century international organisations (such as the League of Nations and then the United Nations), multinational companies and, sometimes, individuals have also acquired rights and duties under international law. See Akehurst''s Modern Introduction to International law, 7th revised edition, 1997, for a fuller definition. Public international

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I often hear people argue on AB that the government is violating the Constitution by passing a law. However, these people rarely articulate what provision of the Constitution is being violated. Can anyone list some examples of violations?

A:  Under Texas law you are limited on the places and circumstances you can possess a firearm. You can not carry a firearm on your person unless you obtain a concealed handgun license and even then you are subject to limitations. According to the US Constitution, which supercedes state law, you have the right to bear arms and any law which would infringe on those rights is unconstitutional and therefore null and not law. Yes and no. The US Constitution does not forbid passing laws, per se. But, yes, many laws are, indeed, unconstitutional. For example, laws prohibiting pornography, cigarette...

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A company shipped items to me and billed me even though I didn''t order them. I''ve never done business with them before. I''m not paying but they insist I should return the items. Do I have to send them back?

A:  Any attorney will say you should make them available for pick up. Sending them back is the vendors problem. Consult with an attorney in your area for specifics. Kevin B. Murphy, B.S., M.B.A., J.D. - Mr. Franchise Franchise Attorney...

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What is the legal definition of Maritime law?

A:  Maritime law: A specialized body of law particular to transportation by water. A very specific body of law peculiar to ships and disputes arising from their use. Synonymous with admiralty law, marine law or shipping law. In Maritime law, authors Gold, Chircop and Kindred stated that maritime law covers: ''... the origins and life of a ship. This includes  the rights and responsibilities of those who have an interest in such a ship, whether involved in financing, securing, owning, managing, operating, provisioning and supplying,...

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Should cigarettes be illegal?

A:  No. Given that we are not paying for the dumba**es medical bills with tax money. no..if people like you think every thing needs to be illegal you ain''t going to have rights .should driving a car be illegal it kicks out more dangerous fumes than any cig. ED no. no, smoking should be required Yes and so should any chemicals that cause air and water pollution, cheeseburgers, french fries, booze, the sun, sex, mosquitoes, medications, cars and everything else that could be detrimental to our health....

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cigarettes vsss weed?

A:  I think you are still in high school buddy. When you have responsibility in the real world with a real job where logical thinking and decision making is involved and where your productivity=money for the company and the country, legalization of marijuana is going to drastically reduce the productivity of all persons and companies in a very large scale. It has nothing to do with your personal safety, or health. Therefore it is illegal. at least I think that is why and why it should stay illegal. Think of this way, you can flip burgers in McDonald''s while high, but can you imagine designing the computer circuits while under any influence? Prove that it has never killed anyone. Not really a realistic goal. When 99% of pot smokers, smoke both, how do you tell? When most car accidents...

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Can shopworkers ask ID for paper?

A:  Yes, it is the law, just like cigarettes. And if that person wants to keep his or her job, then it won''t matter how old you look. They should ID someone who has gray hair too. yes, tobacco product, must produce ID IT''S AN INSTRUMENT FOR SMOKING TOBACCO AND MARIJUANA THE PACKAGE CLEARLY SAYS NOT TO BE SOLD TO MINORS. THUS THEY CAN ASK FOR ID. Yes, ID is required in order to get any tobacco related product. Yes, because it is used for smoking...it is the law...they have to ask.and BTW lay off the weed and stop making lame excuses. Yes, it is ''legal'' for you to be refused the ''papers'' because you had no legal identification. Even smoking tobacco is illegal if you are under...