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Rixon Charles Rafter III

Rixon Rafter’s Answers

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  • What is the best recourse for the incident below? A warrant-in-debt? A civil suit? Maybe going to a DMV Investigator?

    I planned to buy a car from a couple in Lynchburg. I met with them (bringing a friend and my wife) on a Sunday, when the DMV and all shops were closed. I handed over $1800, which the other party agreed in text messages acted as a collateral, until...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Best recourse: Handing them the title back and getting your money. Perhaps a lawyer in your area can dash off a quick letter that will bring this seller to their senses.

    Otherwise, sounds like a small claims court case, civil suit. Good luck to you.

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  • In legal terms when they speak of mental illness and gun control. What mental people are they saying should not have a gun?

    What laws do they want to bring about? Because that could mean over half of America may be banned from owning a gun. There are a huge variety of mental problems. ADD/ADHD, Depression, anxiety. Then you have those like Schizophrenia, extr...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Good points, better if you put them on a blog or website discussions are the main point. This is a legal question and answer site.

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  • PI attorney lured me into a 3rd party contingency agreement above her 40% to minimize her case cost. causing new lawsuit.

    We hired an attorney to represent us in a high value personal injury case, After hiring attorney she instructed us to hire a day and a life 20/20 style videographer to insure a good outcome against the defendants. we reluctantly did so on a contin...

    Rixon’s Answer

    You can sue them if there's a breach of contract issue. The contract(s) you signed with them will be controlling.

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  • What Can I Do About A Police Department Unlawfully Spying On Me?

    I've filed suit against a police dept. for unlawful arrest and several violations of my constitutional rights. Ever since the DA dismissed the charges I've noticed background noise, echoes, and clicking sounds during calls that I make to specific...

    Rixon’s Answer

    What you describe would cost for too much to be happening in reality. What you describe is not uncommon, but the issues aren't the police, but almost always medical issues.

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  • I gave my friend $3,000 in cash to join in on a business, but I changed my mind and didn't go through with it

    He hasn't paid any of the money and it's been almost a month. I have recorded phone conversations, so I can come up with evidence that he took my money. Will this recordings hold up in court?

    Rixon’s Answer

    Your agreement and payment may have committed you. Your friend MIGHT sue you for breach of contract. Be careful if you try to take him to court. Good idea for you to sit down with a California attorney and discuss all the details, before you take any steps. Especially with that "recording".

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  • Sent a deposit for a puppy, months of run around, suggested legal action, he texted that he would refund but didn't.

    Signed a non-refundable deposit contract all in his favor. He had to close this biz and reopen under a new name for same reason. A friend posted some scam info about them on their FB page. Texted he would refund when a retraction was written but...

    Rixon’s Answer

    So what's your point? Do you have a legal question or issue? I seem you want to know what to do? See lawyer in your state and consider suing; perhaps a small claims is an option.

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  • Can a customer sue a hotel for continuous, ongoing harassment?

    We are purposely being harassed by some of the Holiday Inn personnel staff here in Roselle, IL due to us paying a "residential rate" which is a discounted rate. We've been here for 3 years now but since this hotel have changed ownership we are now...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Wow, you think they changed all the locks on all the doors for the sole purpose of getting you to move out? What an expensive way to get you to move. Doubt you have a case.

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  • If I got into an altercation at a night club, and someone took a video of me without permission, can I press charges?

    And what if they post the video online?

    Rixon’s Answer

    You can report the matter to police, the authorities decide whether not they have an interesting pressing charges.

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  • How to best expose the lies, corruption, misconduct in local So Ca Sheriff Department?

    Sheriff deputies deliberately lies in most evidentiary reports, depos., and illicit false testimony from victims, witnesses, and other officers to secure a conviction of innocent people. The Judge, the DA's office, and the Pub Ref's / conflict pan...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Unless you have been harmed in someway and have a standing is not much you can do but get involved in local police – citizen groups and become part of the answer to making things better. As a practical matter statements are so over broad and over-the-top to bring into question your own credibility. Probably best a tone down the superfluous and stick with what you know personally.

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