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Rixon Charles Rafter III

Rixon Rafter’s Answers

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  • Can we get in trouble?

    In the state of Oklahoma if I filed a vpo order against someone and a temporary order is in place but we want to reconcile and I ask him to come home.

    Rixon’s Answer

    You better believe it (getting in trouble) Can't have your cake and eat it too. Have to go back to court to have it lifted.

    BEFORE ANY CONTACT.

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  • Can my mom get a small alimony from him after 20 years of marriage and taking care of him

    My dad died 23 years ago, my mom re-married 7 years later. It's not a match made in heaven - No physical, emotional, mental abuse etc. or anything like that. They have been married for almost 20 years now. Would she be entitled to healthcare In...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Perhaps. For a time. Depends on what she and her divorce attorney work out.

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  • Can he be Sued for Defamation of Character?

    In November 2014 I had a Nervous Breakdown and had to be taken to a Psychiatric Hospital. On the ride to the Hospital the Police Officer that rode with me told the EMS Girl holding my Hand that "I tried to Decapitate my Neighbors Girlfriends Head ...

    Rixon’s Answer

    If you could get over immunity the officer enjoys and could show ldamages you MIGHT have a case, if you could afford to drop the retainer about $5K, minimum. Speak to a local attorney.

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  • What do you do when you are a victim of identity theft? And there's an arrest warrant issued in your name.

    I am a victim of identity theft. There was a crime of theft committed in Cumming, Georgia and someone used my name. I was injured in 2014 and was in physiotherapy for a year. I've never even been to Cumming, Georgia. I live in Jacksonville, Florid...

    Rixon’s Answer

    You immediately contact a criminal defense attorney, keeping your story to yourself, stain off-line and not printing any more details.

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  • How can I sue chase for not letting my family stuff and wrongful foreclosure? I had insurance on my house if one of us pass.

    2 year ago, my husband was disnosge with level 4 brain cancer we decided to take my husband to best hospital so we went John Hopkins in Baltimore. were in the fight For saving the house my only home we had together. I hire a lawyer mr Thompson ...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Unfortunately there is no way to tell whether or not you have a good case or not on what you posted here. Only thing you can do is sit down with a local civil litigation attorney and discuss the many details that are not in your post that will make all the difference.

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  • Hassled me verbally more. Fetched off duty cop from back who slammed me to floor face first. Cuffed me. Need more charters for ?

    I am pro se Plaintiff in a federal civil suit. it's a civil rights, sec 1983, police abuse, false arrest, denial of medical care, etc case. Though I was arrested and charged with "hindering an official in the performance of duties," the charges we...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Off hand, I'd say your case is headed for the circular file.

    You could not effectively summarize your issue sufficiently in the space here to make clear your issue--odds of meeting the exacting, precise, and strict requirements in Federal court (where many attorneys fear to tread) are very slim.

    If your case is of any financial significance to you, at least consult with an attorney before its too late.

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  • What can I do about a HIPAA violation that was done to me twice by the same person?

    RE: HIPAA Law. I received a letter from an Aurora affiliated hospital (I won't say which one on here) that twice - not once, but twice! - there was "an information breach" and that one of their "caregivers" had accessed my electronic health recor...

    Rixon’s Answer

    You may make two reports of the violation to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

    Not sure why you think its a criminal matter, nothing here indicating any crime committed.

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  • Estranged husband took back car he signed for but that i was paying for- can he sue for refusing to pay a car that is not mine?

    Estranged husband agreed to cosign for a vehicle since my credit is not up to par- however dealership put it solely under his name- agreed to continue as long as I would switch it to my name down the line- I have been unable to obtain a new loan. ...

    Rixon’s Answer

    Boils down to husband and wife arguing over who pays the bills---not uncommon and nothing you can do about it legally, it'll have to be worked out in your final settlement. Would make no sense for him to sue you, or you to sue him. Once you get the process in place, things will begin to settle out. Good luck to you.

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