So I walked into Disneyland with a vape pen in my bag, yes I am underage, 17, but the problem is that the officer removed the vape pod from the pen and claimed it as marijuana, which it was not, and my mom has the juice at home. And on the citation, it was said as possession of marijuana. I read that if someone or something is able to hurt or damage me which this being on my record would, I would be able to sue if I believed I was on a winning case. Also what else disturbed me is that I told the officer I am Hawaiian and he asked me to clarify as well, but a letter came in and was claiming that I was Hispanic just by the way I look.
Just because someone isn't convicted (or even charged) doesn't mean he can successfully sue. An attorney would help.
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I have bad news for you, Junior. Disney is one of the largest and richest companies in the world. Their lawyers would literally crush any lawsuit you filed.
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