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    rockmehardplace reacted to anniedorris76 in Wrong place wrong time.   
    You all can go to hell you dont know me 
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    rockmehardplace reacted to Tax_Counsel in Mail correctly yet incorrectly addressed?   
    No, they are not. The statute is one designed to ensure no one interferes with the delivery of mail to its stated address. As the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, which is the federal appeals court covering Colorado, stated in a case involving prosecution under this statute:
     
     
    United States v. Fleming, 479 F.2d 56, 57 (10th Cir. 1973). (Bolding added). So once the package was delivered to the addressee the passage of mail was done and anything further done with the package was not retarding or obstructing its passage.
     
    Here the package was delivered as addressed; no one interfered with the "passage" of that package. So there is no offense under the section you cited.
     
    Moreover, the statute only applies to U.S. mail. Delivery of packages or letters by private delivery firms is not covered by that statute, and while the OP does use the word "mail" in the post, it is far from clear that it was actually delivered by the USPS and not a private delivery firm like UPS or FedEx. 
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    rockmehardplace reacted to Donna M. Allen in Unsafe working environment   
    ElleMD, if you spend more time reading instead of trying to correct my sentences or paragraphs. I stated every thing in my situation as it happen, trust I lived it I know. Chemicals were mention and the title is "UNSAFE WORKING ENVIRONMENT", which both OSHA, responded an a report was followed up. Also, there were plenty of reasons for a complaint to EEOC, (EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION), means things happening wasn't equal because of my injury. If you go back and read again I explained my issues and the question was "should I file suit", based on unfair treatment, placing me in an unsafe environment consuming fumes from chemicals and products that were unsafe to be in an open area, having me to go back to 8 hours of work when my doctor order was 3 per day, etc...... My reason to post was for help in my situation, not to be criticize for how to write a paragraoh. I'm human that makes mistakes in expressing hurtful issues, for all you know my tears could have blind me thinking about this again. Be a solution not the cause of me having to respond in this matter. I know my rights as a busuness owner as well as an employee. Asking for assistant in answering the question is what I need now, anything else is not relevant.
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    rockmehardplace reacted to Donna M. Allen in Unsafe working environment   
    cbg, just because I asked for free advance, doesn't mean I'm illiterate by far. My question was directed to FindLaw, for legal actions not how to get a job. If you have answers to my questions, feel free to answer, if not stay a HR professional. Responding to my post, means you do have time to give I have a gift of typing while thinking. 

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    rockmehardplace reacted to Donna M. Allen in Unsafe working environment   
    cbg, doing my Masters program English, was never an issue. Just like you professional, find a hobby, I'm not it. BYE
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    rockmehardplace reacted to Mommytothebest in Enforcement of a visitation order   
    I know i'm responding to an old post BUT if the officer who you call feels like they want to enforce it they can. Well in my state at least. I live in California. The Mother of my step son failed to drop him off for a visit, he lives 3K miles away so when she said she was not coming and didn't we knew she was serious. We called the local police department and the officer filed a police report, called the Mother and asked her why she wasn't following the order and she also told him she knew she was violating the order. The turned the police report into the courts & asked that she gets charged with two counts of misdemeanors, we also filed contempt on her. 
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    rockmehardplace reacted to Mommytothebest in Needing out of state attorney where child resides   
    Whoever told you that you can't get an attorney in Mass is lying. You can definitely get someone to represent you. My husband and I live in Cali also and we have an attorney in Georgia for his custody case. File contempt in your state and if she files anything in your state to try and change your current order, file a Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction and what she files should get dismissed.
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    rockmehardplace reacted to Mommytothebest in Gave father custody of children   
    You know what she meant. Why is it that on every post I see you answer, you're a **** to that person and you reply with unnecessary answers? Give a legit answer to peoples questions or stop wasting their time.
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from pg1067 in What are the steps to start a juicing business?   
    The legal requirements vary from state to state and possibly from community to community.  You'd be well served to meet with a business attorney who can go over the various types of business entities and advise you on what is best for you.  The attorney could also advise you or research licensing requirements for your area.
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from pg1067 in Mpn   
    Oh, I can't resist:  Monthly Paintball Newsletter?
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from pg1067 in post-conviction relief 2yrs later   
    Burglary, domestic assault and battery, felonious assault, public intoxication, etc. and you want to go home with your babies?  Even if you were wrongfully convicted of these charges, you've displayed poor judgment and a pattern of being in the wrong place at the wrong time on multiple occasions, and "this" should damage your child custody battle, because it is a consequence of your behaviour and bad choices.  If anything has "slipped through the cracks," it is your children's well-being.  You didn't say whether you were trying to get your conviction(s) set aside or expunged.  You could consult with an attorney who handles criminal matters about this, but even if those are viable options, that would take a lot of money to get records, reports and transcripts, and it would be difficult to overcome what you have already knowingly pleaded guilty to.  You asked for suggestions for a course of action and a gentle nudge:  Get counseling for you and your family to see if can overcome your cycle and history of violence.  Get training in a vocation so you can support yourself and your family.
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from onlychild in Find paperwork trail on Parent declared legally Incompetent   
    The county in which your parents resided will have a court that handles proceedings for incapacitated adults. You should be able to view and obtain copies of the relevant court orders.  Presumably they had a guardian and/or conservator to manage their affairs if they were deemed incompetent. Many courts have searchable online records. If their wills were submitted for probate, then you should be able to view and obtain copies of their wills. Not all wills are probated. Some people have their assets titled in such a way that probate is avoided. Some courts hold onto wills for safekeeping. I would check with the surviving spouse of the attorney and see where his old files are kept or find out if she knows the location of his clients’ wills. 
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from mikemak in Contract dispute with company in Phillipines   
    What does your contract say about the rights of the parties to terminate the agreement prior to the end of the six-month term?  Your contact probably has a provision for whose laws the contract will be interpreted and enforced by, but why does the VA company have to tell you this?  Presumably you have a copy of the fully executed contract and can read that yourself. You have said that they are not willing to let you out of this contract. They may be willing to accept some discounted amount. I don’t know what the value (to them) there is in the remainder of the contract, but it would cost them money, too, to pursue you for it. 
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from WashingtonTenant in False Advertising/Breach of Contract   
    Does the city in which you reside recognize those definitions?  If the answer is yes, and if I were going to trial in small claims court, I would probably have some these definitions enlarged on a poster board (at FedEx/Kinko's, for example) along with some of my most compelling photographs and documentation.  I would probably also enlarge my timeline and have all of my documentation at the ready in chronological order.  What you will have to overcome, though, is why you neglected to inspect the premises before signing a lease agreement, especially with your experience as a former property manager.  Why did you choose to sue in small claims court?  What are you demanding?  It seems to me that if you could either (a) get the landlord to permit you to get out of the lease or (b) get the judge to order specific performance (i.e., enforce the rent credit they agreed to), you would be ahead, but I believe those fall outside of the small claims court arena.
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from SheGee6 in I NEED ANSWERS ASAP   
    Are you working now?   Are you living on your own?  Did a court grant guardianship of your daughter to your parents or was this an informal agreement? 
     
    Your parents have raised your daughter, and understandably they have a bond with her and they will almost certainly fight your efforts to get your daughter back.  You will need to demonstrate that you are able to provide for your daughter by establishing that you have a stable work history and housing arrangements.  If you are working, you will have to have a plan in place for her care while you are working.  I'm not sure why you are even mentioning having another child when it appears you can hardly care for yourself, let alone two children.
     
    You do need to retain an attorney for assistance with this.  Check with Legal Aid or your State Bar's Lawyer Referral program.  They should have a program that would allow you to meet with an attorney one time for no fee or a very nominal fee.
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from Chaigog in trust   
    You could also Google "unclaimed property [your state]" and see if your name or the name of your neighbor/friend is listed on the rolls for unclaimed property.
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    rockmehardplace got a reaction from Sbairs64 in I NEED ANSWERS ASAP   
    Are you working now?   Are you living on your own?  Did a court grant guardianship of your daughter to your parents or was this an informal agreement? 
     
    Your parents have raised your daughter, and understandably they have a bond with her and they will almost certainly fight your efforts to get your daughter back.  You will need to demonstrate that you are able to provide for your daughter by establishing that you have a stable work history and housing arrangements.  If you are working, you will have to have a plan in place for her care while you are working.  I'm not sure why you are even mentioning having another child when it appears you can hardly care for yourself, let alone two children.
     
    You do need to retain an attorney for assistance with this.  Check with Legal Aid or your State Bar's Lawyer Referral program.  They should have a program that would allow you to meet with an attorney one time for no fee or a very nominal fee.
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