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Rixon Charles Rafter III

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  • How do I fox this? Is there a lawyer per hour? I can pay that, just the retainer I am having problems with.

    The parenting coordinator says court order safe haven,no reason. I can't afford it. She said financial sanction she will do There was not a reason for the court order safe haven for my 8 yr old daughter. I told her over and over I can't afford it...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Yes there are many who will bill you by the hour. Use Google, or the find a lawyer tab at the top of this page to locate attorneys in your area.

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  • Can we make our own custody and visitation parenting plan outside of court?

    I live in the state of Virginia and am 26 weeks pregnant with my boyfriend's child. When our daughter is born, I understand that we will both have equal custody unless a court order is put in place to specify. Instead of going through a court batt...

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    You're free to make your own plan, that said is your own plan at least as good for your child as a court ordered plan would be?

    The goal is what's best for your child not what's easiest/cheapest for you and your boyfriend.

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  • Is it illegal to record and post a video that involves recorded voices of 2 people while their identities remain secret?

    Long story short I run a Youtube channel and I do a series called spying on people in Skype and I never had any problems with it until recently. Well in that series I keep the names and photos of victims anonymous if I don't get their consent. As ...

    Rixon’s Answer

    The product of your "logic" could be a crime in your state. Rather than go online, and admit in a public forum to crimes, I could be tied to you, and used against you better if you meet in confidentiality with a local attorney to determine to what extent they were already legally exposed.

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  • What do I need to do to file a civil suit against Tmobile for one of their reps forging my mothers signature?

    Rec'd email from Tmobile for a free iPad Air 2. Took the email to Hampton VA location where the store rep fulfilled the order solicited in email. I arranged w/Tmobile to have my mother receive the iPad, who lives in Killeen TX. She traveled to Aus...

    Rixon’s Answer

    You need evidence, you will need for your mother to be a witness available to T-Mobile and you would need to file a civil suit. Since lawyers cost between four and $800 an hour it's probably not worth your while to hire an attorney, assuming the amount in controversy is less than $1000. Probably best if you continue to work with T-Mobile to have them fix their paperwork.

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  • What kind of lawyer do I need to sue a psychologist for doing something unethical, and against the psychology rules of ethics?

    We have proof of unethical behavior, yet the board says we don`t have enough. I believe they are covering for this person. What this person has done is definitely against the rules and ethics of the APA. He has significantly hurt a family and has ...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Contact any attorney in your area to discuss the situation, let that attorney determine if you have any causes of action....any civil litigation attorney.

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  • Is this considered a conflict of interest in civil law?

    This is a scenario I hoped you can explain. There are 3 parties: 1. Plaintiff, 2. Attorney of Record, and 3. Plaintiff's friend, who just so happens to be an Attorney. The Attorney of Record (2) has been assisting Plaintiff (1) in motions and...

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    There does not appear to be anything here. No conflicts, no civil causes of action.

    What makes you think the relationship has to be "recorded"?

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  • My question is can I sue Uber ?

    Can I sue Uber for negligence and for putting me into a risky situation. On or around November 29th I requested an Uber to travel to the Seatec Airport in Seattle,WA.To my surprise the driver which arrived didn't speak a word of English,wasn't ab...

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    General rule of thumb:

    no damages equals no suit.

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  • When state judicial officers directly suppress clearly defined constitutional rights, when should the matter go to federal cour

    when state judicial officers directly suppress clearly defined constitutional rights, and their ruling directly violate the federal constitution, should i keep going in state court, or take into federal court

    Rixon’s Answer

    Best if you sit down with an attorney and go over the details of circumstances of your case, and let the attorney do the legal analysis, develop the legal conclusions, and identify and develop what if any legal course of action you may have.

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  • What should we prepare to show all tenants were treated fairly and she was not "misrepresented?" We all broke the lease....

    Our third roommate moved her boyfriend into a house on which three of us were co-tenants. Her boyfriend was not on the lease and myself and the other roommate had many problems with him. We told our landlord and they offered the entire household 3...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Sounds to me like you have a strong defense, provide documents and bring your landlord along when you should have no problem.

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  • Were my rights violated?

    I was arrested for allegedly stealing a car with another person. Upon arrest I was placed in handcuffs while still laying on my stomach with no resistance and I did not attempt to evade the police. Throughout the arrest the arresting officer shout...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Terrible. What you describe would be a violation of your rights.

    It's unlikely to impact the charges against you and unless you have physical injury resulting, there is no civil cause of action worth your trouble.

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