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Rixon Charles Rafter III

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  • False arrest, false imprisonment n the foundation is perjury.false fugitive warrant. Gross negligence I did 16days in custody.

    Ive seen a judge who acknowledged the mistakes made by the county/state. I have evidence of everything

    Rixon’s Answer

    Same answer you got the previous time you posted the same statement. See a California civil rights attorney.

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  • Can I sue plaintiff's lawyer for misstating facts in complaints in Superior Court in CA

    Plaintiff sued 4 parties. But has wrong facts. I want to know what I can do about a few things but can't afford all the filing fees. 1. He said I guaranteed payment on a contract. Absolutely false. I asked for proof and got none. I wasn't...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Best to put your energies and the defense, not attacking the other attorney. The other attorneys job is to beat you down in court. Sounds like the other attorney is doing exactly what he was hired to do. And no, you cannot see the other attorney for what he said in court.

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  • If she claims she did not consent to sex but you have a video of her seeking to engage intimacy will that be good in court?

    If She says she did not consent to sex because she was intoxicated however you have a video showing her as the one who initiated the actions, would this be enough evidence to drop the charges and counter sue for false accusations? (Note: both were...

    Rixon’s Answer

    I presume you are the accused. Best to discuss this with your criminal defense attorney, not strangers online. This is an open forum anything you put here could be used against you.

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  • Is it ethical/legal for an attorney to charge a quarter hour fee when all the client wants is to ask a simple question?

    This attorney charges $300 and hour, with a minimum of 1/4 hour ($75). She charged my daughter $75 for sending an e-mail to her, asking for her father's phone number, which the attorney failed to do at the initial appointment. It was a one line qu...

    Rixon’s Answer

    The lawyer can charge what is laid out in the representation agreement. If your daughter agreed to the structure, there is little she can complain about. Combine her questions rather than one at a time. If the lawyer is charging outside of the agreement or excessively, your state likely has a fee dispute resolution process.

    That said, Abraham Lincoln observed that time is a lawyers stock in trade--perhaps your daughter purchased more lawyer than was needed.

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  • Do I have a case?

    I sold a item on ebay for a large amount of money, and had it stated several times that it was indeed for the amount listed. Bidding ended and a guy won and after winning then questioned the price and refused to pay. When making a case with ebay m...

    Rixon’s Answer

    No way to know on an incomplete set of facts whether there is any case.

    Not every bid is a commitment to buy (cars not included in that rubric for example)

    Speak to an IN civil litigation attorney or general practitioner about the many details that will influence your options.

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  • Can I sue if I broke my tooth after eating a twix with a earring embedded inside my twix?

    Brought a Twix an I bite into my twix an found a studded earring as I bite into an started to chew an realized it was someone's earring. What do I do?

    Rixon’s Answer

    YOu go see a personal injury attorney. Asa practical matter, proving your story may be very difficult and require a LOT of money, but leave that to the GA attorney you meet with. Get your tooth fixed and good luck.

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  • Security team is protecting a millionaire , has to check out everybody to see if their a threat, are they allowed to hack email

    Someone is hacking my yahoo emails, I am a writer sent him some of my work, I see him once in a while, he lives in another state. I believe his security team is hacking my yahoo emails, they are obsessive, I know he likes me very much, can they d...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Of course not. Report the "hacks" to Yahoo, change your passwords, perhaps encrypt your communications.

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  • Is there a way to break a rental lease agreement without being held liable for the remaining rent payments?

    We've been renting from the same landlord for 3 yrs. We just renewed the lease for another year. However, after signing the lease our financial situation changed unexpectedly. We have been good tenants and are on good terms with the land lord.

    Rixon’s Answer

    Short answer--no.

    Absent some grounds (breach of contract, warranty of hability etc) to break the lease you are bound by the lease agreement you signed-----unless, the LL is willing to let you go early. Time to make a deal with the LL.

    Keep in mind, LL is REQUIRED to mitigate losses--meaning LL cannot simply bill you for the balance owing and let the property sit, LL must actively seek out new tenants. If LL does not, you may be able have a defense to any suit the LL brings.

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  • Ticketed for expired plates/no insurance. Car was repossessed and my names is wrong in the summons. Do I have to go to court?

    My car was repossessed a few days later. I missed my first court date and now a summons was sent to my address, but my name is wrong.

    Rixon’s Answer

    Contact a local MO attorney, the typo won't be a free pass and not showing up for a second court date could end up with a bench warrant issued.

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  • How can this be stopped? Can we sue for what the land is worth?

    My granmother inherited land after her brother passed in 2010. Her brother signed a contract allowing some company to cut down the trees on 10 acres of land for $5000. During the time the contract was signed he was no longer handling his own affa...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Whether or not he was competent is a matter for the courts to decide--same as to whether any grandchildren have any interest in the land--could be that none of the grandchildren will ever inherit the land as the current owner may sell it to anyone.

    See an attorney in your area to discuss what if any options other family members may have--could be the uncle does not own the property outright but rather has a life estate--no way to know on the facts provided. The local attorney will know what to do to outline the situation and identify any options.

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