You don't have a lawsuit for discrimination since bicyclers-who-refuse-to-own-cars is not a protected class and because McDonald's and other fast-food places have a safety interest in keeping service via drive-thrus for those customers in vehicles. I know it can be frustrating though.
Interesting how you jumped to that. In Tennessee you need a judgment before you can collect on what you're owed. You'd need to file a lawsuit, make sure the window to appeal has passed and then issue an execution for which you can garnish assets such as tax returns. Hope that helps.
Even the U.S. Supreme Court has said that "there is no word more ambiguous in its meaning than possession" in this case: National Safe Deposit Co. v. Stead, 232 U.S. 58, 34 S. Ct. 209, 58 L. Ed. 504 . Depending on how and when it is used, the term possession has a variety of possible meanings. As a result, possession, or lack of possession, is often the subject of controversy in civil cases involving real and personal property and criminal cases involving drugs and weapons—for example,...
Your lawyer likely has good reasons for how he or she is going about representing you. A subpoena does not cost very much, but going through discovery properly is important too. Good luck with everything.
The two statutes you are considering are very serious.
Title 18, U.S.C., Section 241---Conspiracy Against Rights
This statute makes it unlawful for two or more persons to conspire to injure, oppress, threaten, or intimidate any person of any state, territory or district in the free exercise or enjoyment of any right or privilege secured to him/her by the Constitution or the laws of the United States, (or because of his/her having exercised the same).
It further makes it unlawful for...
It sounds to me as though you are asking if you'll get in trouble for starting a physical relationship with your Canadian friend. She's old enough to consent legally if she is in fact 16. People aren't always who they seem on line. Proceed with caution.
I'm assuming you filed for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy for which your unsecured debts will be discharged giving you a fresh start. Married couples often share credit and property so you may have some creditors jointly. In that case, your liability is discharged and he may be liable still for whatever amount or the creditor may just count it as a loss and close that account. His personal credit score and report should not be affected if he literally wasn't on any of your debts, but credit reporting...
This answer does NOT constitute legal advice but it made me roll some ideas around. It sounds to me like a Rule 60 “Relief from Judgments or Orders" Motion is what you might want to pursue. Check out DUNLAP v. DUNLAP from 1998 perhaps. I'm not your attorney though - Hope that helps.