Your question is unclear. Lawyers on Avvo do not know the identities of the askers who post questions on Avvo so no. Your details are even less clear about Amazon and arrests.org
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No.Your identity is unseen by us unless you provide sufficient information for us to sleuth your identity. What we know is the location you listen and your question. That's it!
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