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CASE NUMBER 2008-11609
I owe me a soda.
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CASE NUMBER 2007-11608
At the age of 14 an aspiring artisr/photographer Kathy Jones, now an 18, shot a self-portrait shot of herself. Jones placed the image on MySpace, which she believed to be protected. After being told that her self-portrait was being used to promote porn, Jones contacted the President of COX Films, Richard Dick, who was less than polite. Dick complained that her photo was harming sales anyway, he promised to change the cover of the Hustler-rated DVD. Jones is suing Dick and COX TV, for defamation, unauthorized use of a picture, conspiracy and attempted conspiracy, and reckless infliction of emotional distress.
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CASE NUMBER 2007-11606
I had a 2 yr. lease on a home with an option to purchase and put 5,000 dep.to be returned if we did not buy the home.We did not buy the home he refuse to return dep.I took him to small claims and won my case of 5k.i have asked for my 2300. sec.dep. followed all court rules,he sent me a letter after 2 + mo.giving a est.on the alledged damage. almost 5k,problem is the 5 things on the list were things he remodeled on his home.ex. shower head 175.upstairs shower,circular shower curtain.There was only a bathtub upstairs,he put one in after we moved.
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CASE NUMBER 2007-11605
My insurance company billed for a cancellation fee because I cancelled within two months of having the insurance. I cancelled because the car was never registered in my name and that is illegal. The insurance company told me I need proof that the car wasn’t insurance in my name and then I won’t have to pay and that they will refund me my down payment and two months that I paid them because it was their mistake. I got proof and now they are turning my in circles. It is their mistake and I should have my money.
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CASE NUMBER 2007-11598
I was excited to send my non-postal money order to the seller in Frostproof, Florida I found on Craiglist.org that sold me his black Game Boy Micro for $25.00. He said he sent it out in October and was returned to him with scribbled words "no such address." I emailed him a few times to see if he sent it and no response to this day has been made. I told the USPS it is lost in the mail. Unless it was never sent to begin with.
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CASE NUMBER 2007-11597
My husband at the time won the ten million dollar lottery drawing and then he divorced me. I should get half of his winnings.
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CASE NUMBER 2007-11596
the car was working when it was sold, it was sold as-is when sold
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CASE NUMBER 2007-11595
I was denied high school graduation with over a 4.0 GPA on a subjective evaluation that ignores any prior student achievement and allows faculty and staff to subjectively deny a student a diploma that does not fulfill a "Senior Project" consisting of a 5 pg min paper, product, presentation, and service of 15+ hours. With over 130 hours of firsthand experience in the legal field, and additional mentor time with a second attorney, after the high school would not accept my first project with 90 hours in a legal office and experience in the WA County Government Center, in addition to over 19 pages of writing and research with an attorney, your guess is as good as mine as why I was denied graduation.
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