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Old April 24th, 2018, 12:15 PM #11
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Not that I am advocating but it almost would be better to "disappear" an ex...
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Old April 24th, 2018, 12:21 PM #12
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Or cheaper to keep her....

What a conundrum...


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Old April 24th, 2018, 12:27 PM #13
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Yup and divorce lawyers would never ever recommend this to their clients......
Absolutely right (the sarcastic part). I see this becoming a pro forma move just to make the gun-owning spouse look bad in the eyes of the judge.
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Absolutely right (the sarcastic part). I see this becoming a pro forma move just to make the gun-owning spouse look bad in the eyes of the judge.
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Just a quick note on this. I have heard of countless stories in Maryland where people have had their firearms seized simply based on hearsay! The fact is that this has been happening here in Maryland for a very long time, they are just now making it official that people have the right to report anyone that they fear or deem suspicious! Who the hell needs due process in a Commie State? Shame on Hogan! Shame on our elected officials! Shame on us for staying here and supporting these assholes with our hard earned tax dollars! I'm looking for a way out!
Yet, no one will be charged with filing a false report...
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Just wait till somebody files one of these against somebody, that the filer hasn't seen in 9 -12 months and lives all the way at the other end of the state, from the person she filed it against. Think it won't happen? It will, just give it time.
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Just to clarify:
I thought there was a clause saying that you can't sue a person who files a 1302 claim against you. Does that also include cases of fraud where it is clear the information was false?
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Just to clarify:
I thought there was a clause saying that you can't sue a person who files a 1302 claim against you. Does that also include cases of fraud where it is clear the information was false?
That's true when the claim is filed in "Good Faith". Fraud is the opposite of good faith. But the law also requires the complaint record to be sealed, unsealable only with Good Cause. It creates a chicken and egg problem; without proof of bad faith to get the record unsealed, you can't get the records unsealed to find evidence to demonstrate bad faith.
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Filing a false 1302 should be the same thing as swatting someone. I would consider it attempted murder.
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Filing a false 1302 should be the same thing as swatting someone. I would consider it attempted murder.
A false 1302 IS swatting.
The only difference is false 1302's are about to become legal.
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