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  • Brokerage account terminated my account for "no reason" they stated its done at their discretion and not to be taken personally.

    Foreign currency trading account was closed for no reason. I contacted them and was told that they have the right to close accounts at their discretion and that I should not take it personally. I read over the client agreement and did not violate ...

    Ryan’s Answer

    You may want to conduct an internal audit of your trading history and financial dealings in order to try to determine why this occurred. We are seeing more and more incidences like the one you describe. Sometimes an account closing is an early warning sign that a government investigation is underway. Other times it isn't. For example, banks receiving multiple cash deposits in the same day from a business they don't understand may close the account either because the government is investigating the business for structuring and failure to file CTR's or simply because, as an internal policy, the bank is not comfortable that their client won't be investigated for this in the future. Without knowing more about your account and trading history it is difficult to answer. However, it may be worth examining on your end since the threat of government investigation is of greater import than the closing of your trading account. FOREX traders who open multiple margin accounts from a number of institutions in a short time span, for example, may also have their accounts closed for fear of check kiting-like schemes.

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  • Why cant I get my bail money back on an Acod charge?

    Baied out my son. And he went back to court and was released on Acod..for the next six months.. but said I had to wait untill that six months was up to get my bail money back.. a day before I was to get my bail money back my son was aressted again...

    Ryan’s Answer

    You should ask your son's lawyer to request a bail exoneration hearing. You can also have that lawyer, or your own, file a motion explaining why the bail should be released to you despite what happened. Your effort to secure your son's attendance in court and to otherwise act as a responsible surety for your son, together with the attendant hardship on you are relevant factors for a judge to consider in addition to arguments that can be made regarding your son's actions. You should be proactive in trying to get your bail money returned.

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  • What should I do?

    I live in wpb,fl.in a condominium that accept dogs..I've been living there for almost two years..I have a Labrador and I received a letter from the management telling me that I have ten days to get rid of mydog...ten days? Animals have rights..he ...

    Ryan’s Answer

    A lot of what you should and can do will hinge on what has happened in the past regarding corrective notices and complaints, what the terms of your agreement with the condo is and what if any steps that you've taken in the past if you were notified. Dogs do bark, but you have to see if you having the dog in the first place violates any dog size requirements and etc.

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  • Can you move to another state and do the drinking and driving program there?

    I haven't been convicted of DWI but my court date is in July. I was wondering if I can do the drinking and driving program and all the other necessary steps in a different state? I am in NYC and planning to move after my court date to another sta...

    Ryan’s Answer

    That should be something that your attorney should discuss with the District Attorney's Office as a part of the plea. We've had clients fulfill the terms of plea bargains out of state but was discussed with the D.A. first. They will want to see the program(s) that you have in mind in order to make sure that they are reputable programs that fit the criteria and goals of the New York program. So yes it is possible.

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  • Any insight into the defense? What type of defense is best for this case? Advice Please.

    I was sitting alone passenger seat of someone elses car. Someone started opening the car doors. I had no idea what was going on, until a lady was screaming to him saying "what are you doing?" And the guy said he was repossessing the car. Long sto...

    Ryan’s Answer

    Did the person identify themselves as being someone of authority to conduct a repossession? If so at what point did the person identify themselves as a person being of authority to repo the vehcile and was any identification shown? I'm just touching the surface here but it appears that you did not know who this person was that opened the car door so you naturally attempted to defend yourself via non Thales means. Your goal now is to get witnesses who can substantiate what you are saying.

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  • How often do judges give out PR Bonds in being charged with 2 counts of Statutory Rape?

    How often do they give a suspended imposition of sentence?

    Ryan’s Answer

    In a statutory rape case unless there are some extremely unusual circumstances whatever sentence that is imposed on you will be executed.

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  • What do i do if i have been arrested twice this year @walmart? 3nd time i was returning some items and they kept my items..

    i was doing a return it was pretty late i asked the girl at the front door if i could take my bag back to clothing dep. so i could compair shirt and size so i got the right one for my son. she said sure i said thank u and went to look at boys shir...

    Ryan’s Answer

    Well first off you need you get a copy of your receipt or statement from your debit or credit card to prove what you have purchased and was trying to return. As far as the item that you'd never seen, have an attorney request the video footage from the stores cameras it will address that issue in all likelihood.

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  • Was my husband arrested illegally?

    I called police for help getting my husband admitted to oaklawn after side effects of a new medication. Instead of helping us, they arrested him. he was arrested for residential entry and interfering with the reporting of a crime. the housing au...

    Ryan’s Answer

    Your husband could be arrested on the one hand. But if he was truly delusional and not in his right state of mind to fully understand what he was doing then the charges should be dismissed against him.

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  • What can we do when my 36 yo son has been denied a public defender by the district court judge on a felony case?

    My son just finished serving a year in county jail & upon release was transferred to Dallas Co MO for probation violation charges. His bond is set at $40,000 and he is currently in jail there. He has no money or job and the judge denied his appl...

    Ryan’s Answer

    There is a Constitutional Right to counsel for all criminal defendants. Your son has to look at the reasons why he was denied and reapply. Your son has to be sure that he never waives his right to counsel and maintain his position that he can only proceed with his case with the assistance of counsel.

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  • If I'm on probation and have a warrant can I post bond?

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    Ryan’s Answer

    It all depends if a probation violation is lodged against you and what the warrant is for.

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