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CASE NUMBER 2002-10685
Smith driving from work @2AM, saw car behind without headlights, slowed to 20mph to allow car to pass. Watching driver, swerved slightly, recovered immediately. Police driver pulled Smith over, accused DWI, took to PD another city for breathalyzer. Video, Smith repeatedly requested speak to attorney; not allowed. Police put Smith in car for transport booking originating city. Police drove into telephone pole @parking lot. Requested personal physician. In backseast of car, handcuffed, bleeding 3-hours, police called ambulance. Smith refused transport -occured under restraint. Restraint continued at hospital. Same day, personal physician reported cranial abrasion, whiplash. Continuing pain, numbness extremities 18mos.
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CASE NUMBER 2002-10684
On Oct. 22, 2001 my vehicle was repossed. The repossing agent, came banging on my door at 3 AM and demanded that I turn over the vehicle. I told him no, he then proceeded to block my driveway. The i got in my vehicle drove on my lawn and drove away, he then chased me... We arrived at a dead end and I turned around, with enough room to pass him on the right... he then proceeded to ram the flat bed truck into a tree. Making this repossesion illegal under the breach of peace act.
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CASE NUMBER 2002-10682
Fired for allegedly touching a co-worker in a unwanting and sexual manner. Although this is not true, her word was enough to get me fired.
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CASE NUMBER 2002-10671
I have a disabled tag for my car and the Port Jeff ferry refuses to provide handicapped parking. This causes me to be parked in close situations that hinder my exit from my vehicle. When I called the main office, I was told that if I don't like it,I can drive around. I think they need to rethink their policy. the fare is $38.00 each way.
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CASE NUMBER 2002-10670
Seperated 9 months, looking to divorce now. 2 Children involved, oldest child is not his biologoically but has had physical custody of him since 4/2001! Husband plays mind games and is a seriously bad patological lier, don't know where to start, what to do, or who to trust in....scaried!
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10669
When I was 19 years old I met the defendant at a club, and we got into a relationship, and we got intimate several times, and she became pregnate. After we found out the defendant was pregnate, the defendant broke up with me. I tried to contact her during her pregnancy but was unsucessful. Almost a year after my son was born she finally decides to break her silence and files a Petition to Terminate the Parent-Child Relationship between my son and I. After she filed her Petition I offered to pay child support several times but she rejected every offer, because she states "it's not what she wants". And she has been commiting perjury threw out this whole case, within her discovery responses to me, which where signed under oath.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10667
My wife and I are trying to get custody of my 4 month old daughter, I feel I can give her a better life because of the benefits the military can offer my daughter. The medical and dental benefits are great, not to mention the extra money the military gives me for a place to live with my family. Plus, her mother and I haven't been to court over child custody, but the mother refuses to let me see my daughter.
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CASE NUMBER 2001-10666
We are exercising our rights regarding The Fair Credit Reporting Act, The Fair Billing Act and Truth In lending Laws & proceedures in which our Credit Card isuerer failed to provide us for that what the law dictates as a cunsumers rights for a fair & timely disputes resolution process. Upon sumbitting a claim for Disputing charges on our credit card, we have been subjected to their( Credit Card Co.) blatent refusal to provide said laws and have also violated every area of and every way they could against the laws causing us much stress, hardship, unending complications to credit history and forced to except higher interest rates & fees as a direct result of this credit card isuers unjust actions and repeated neglegence. We are seeking the total amount of all charges x3 as the law provides as well as the amount of extra interest we are now paying as a direct result of their actions including a year and a half of spending 5-25 hours a month trying to get resolution.
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