JJBee
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Does the 14th Amendment give people the liberty to break laws and constitutions?
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Yes and no. If a law is unconstitutional, its enforcement is against the law. So you can break the law, and then successfully fight the charge on that basis. But it won't feel like liberty when you're ...

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Can a renter retake posession?
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2 votes

yes, a lease for a rental entitles the lessee full use of the property being rented as agreed. the landlord is in violation.

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Can I sue a PCI violator
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You can, but probably won't succeed. You'd probably be better off reporting the noncompliance to card brands (e.g., Visa). PCI DSS is not required by federal law, and the few states that mention it in ...

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Law or guidance
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theres no general obligation, but if they discriminate between requests, the basis of their discrimination can make that a violation of law. e.g., theres no obligation to investigate every call, but ...

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In the eyes of the law, is a crime committed by a child too young to be charged, actually a crime?
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the crime is still committed; the law itself does not define the crime as pertaining only to a particular age group. its the difference between law breaking and law enforcement. just because you cant ...

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Is This Workplace Discrimination? What should I do about it?
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1 votes

It is discrimination, but not necessarily sexist or unlawful because the criteria you cited could apply to either gender. But that's for others to deliberate. If you can legally obtain her contact ...

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traffic stop, do you have to give id if no crime was commited?
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It depends. There are two questions: 1) Must a crime have been committed by you personally to make demanding your ID a lawful order? No. 2) Are there cases where demanding ID is not a lawful order? ...

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Are cops allowed to search my car without asking for my ID first?
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Yes, there is no obligation for cops in any state to ask for ID before investigating a crime. Now, you could argue that he had to know you were you (by checking ID) before investigating an accusation ...

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Lawful concerns about a tweet
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If you had said it to their faces in the hallway, would you have gotten in trouble? If so, then the answer is yes, you can get in trouble with your school. Probably not with the law, unless you made ...

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Is this fraud? Selling something technically true but most customer wouldn't have bought it?
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yes, it is fraud. the rope is not solar powered. the sun is doing the drying, not the rope. if the instructions were to heat up the rope, and then dry the clothes with hot rope in the absence of ...

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Do I need to post a notice in beauty salon if surveillance camera is on premises (California)?
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pretty sure youre ok as long as audio isnt recorded. no reasonable expectation of privacy in a salon. unless youre in a changing room or restroom within the salon.

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To what extent can a public college regulate the speech of its students?
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if its disruptive, they can limit speech. "Now, I'm not advocating discrimination, but it seems to me that, in the context of speech, such a broad anti-discrimination policy would be deemed invalid by ...

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Is it against the law to attempt gaining other person's banking information?
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No, it's not a crime to request the information. But it can be a crime to disclose the information: Information privacy law.

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If a company notifies you that calls may be recorded, can you record the call?
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Yes. There is no reasonable expectation of privacy if the call starts out with a message indicating that the conversation is not private.

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