Re: Criminal judgement question
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Posted by lucy (22.214.171.124) on November 06, 2002 at 18:00:07:
In Reply to: Criminal judgement question posted by cac on November 06, 2002 at 11:18:31:
It is awful when civil and criminal lawsuits get mixed up together. Even though prisoners have no real income to speak of and can not find jobs outside when released, they are expected to pay fines.
Certainly "they" will find a way to enforce the judgment, probably sold it to some SCAMCO type bill collector outfit instead of renewing it, just for revenge.
I say this because if it has not been paid at all while serving 15 years well, some body dropped the ball.
See if you can find posts from a guy with a handle "poor lawyer" who was billing 3 digits in low hundreds and collecting $15 per hr as his share.
Together he and I read a part of a law almost every body here takes for granted other ways. But the OR words -- dang those little words -- between clauses mean exactly what they say. At least he agreed they did.
And no sooner had I posted that analysis than I got an invitation to sue CAMCO for $1000. At least that letter narrowed down my options from 3 to 2.
It is always better to plan ahead. But don't do that without consulting a lawyer.
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