Re: [infoguys-list] Re: Investigators Needed Nationwide This Saturday
- Rick -
You do not seem to understand as I have told you this previously so I will
say it again.
It does not matter what the State of CA is willing to do about it or not.
ANY person can file an action in the court for an injunction against unlawful
conduct. I've done it many, many times. Previously we would use the former
17200 B&P but that was recently changed whereby only those personally harmed and
out of pocket can file that way and when they prevail, they do get awarded
attorney fees. Although there are no attorney fees for "injunctions" there are
costs and I have an attorney friend who does them for GP.
Before 17200 changed, there was a nonprofit, CAUP, who went after unlicensed
people, not only PI's but all unlicensed parties. They never lost one. Since
the change, I've only gone after 2 but 1 was from out of state and I won
Rick, someday when we both have time remind me to tell you about the case I
filed against the guy who put a bail Kiosk in the lobby of the San Luis Obispo
County jail. He didn't have a bail license. If Kevin Ripa successfully
saves my hard drive (which he just telephoned and said he believes he can), I
believe a copy of the complaint might be on that drive. If so, I'll share it with
Sarkis Detective Agency
1346 Ethel Street
Glendale, CA 91207
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, suesarkis@... wrote:
> It does not matter what the State of CA is willing to do about itor not.
> ANY person can file an action in the court for an injunctionagainst unlawful
> conduct. I've done it many, many times. Previously we would usethe former
> 17200 B&P but that was recently changed whereby only thosepersonally harmed and
> out of pocket can file that way and when they prevail, they do getawarded
> attorney fees. Although there are no attorney feesfor "injunctions" there are
> costs and I have an attorney friend who does them for GP.I believe you Sue.. I have no doubt that you could file a civil
action in this case (in any case for that matter)..
My point was not that a private person could not file on this case,
but that I did not believe the state of California would see this
case as something to spend the taxpayers money on. And because I am
talking about California, I also stated that I could be wrong.. I do
know that anytime the state of California will not extradite a
violent offender from the state of Florida, on a felony sexual
assault warrant, that there is a good possibility that the state of
California will not get too involved in a misdemeanor licensing
I am off to court, talk to ya later Sue. Have a good day and take