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Lottery winner pleads innocent to ID theft, fraud charges

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Posted: January 17, 2006, 8:29 pm - IP Logged

hey give the woman a brake .maybe she just forgot her mother-in-law died. sometime inlaws can become outlaws

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    Bethesda, Maryland
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    Posted: January 18, 2006, 2:38 pm - IP Logged

    I Agree!

    However, somehow I am thinking that like the Review Booth in the NFL, the prosecution may not have enough conclusive evidence to strip her of that prize. Just a gut feeling...

    See Ya!HAPPY WEDNESDAY......"CPS"......

    I hope for her sake she was able to get her attorney to take the CASE on a "PRO-BONO" basis, which as you well know, means that if she loses they will not be paid a dime. Attorneys can be very expensive, and with such a huge "kitty" at stake here, she could lose and still end up paying a "Fortune in Legal Fees" 

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      The Carolinas - Charlotte
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      Posted: January 18, 2006, 3:01 pm - IP Logged

      Happy Hump Day Libra!!

      I hope for her case that is also how the attorneys get paid. I think for cases involving these types of matters it should almost be mandatory, as the blood-suckers, errrrrrrrr, attorneys can get rich and deplete a prize quickly regardless of who wins. The attorneys are in point the real "winners" of the lottery in these cases.

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        Posted: January 18, 2006, 3:15 pm - IP Logged

        hey give the woman a brake .maybe she just forgot her mother-in-law died. sometime inlaws can become outlaws

        HAPPY WEDNESDAY "GOCART"

        LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL......you didn't really say that did you...LOLOLOLOOLOLOL

        "maybe she just forgot her Mother-in-Law died"............LOLOLOLOLOL.....LOVIN IT........

        Lurkinglet's party 

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          Posted: January 18, 2006, 3:25 pm - IP Logged

          Happy Hump Day Libra!!

          I hope for her case that is also how the attorneys get paid. I think for cases involving these types of matters it should almost be mandatory, as the blood-suckers, errrrrrrrr, attorneys can get rich and deplete a prize quickly regardless of who wins. The attorneys are in point the real "winners" of the lottery in these cases.

          LurkingI wish it were "Happy Pay Day".....lololoololol........1/17/2006

          BTW......yes and isn't so.........that's what I'm expecting to happen to the "7 co-workers" at KAISER in CALIFORNIA.........if you remember that 'FIASCO'....$$$$$$$315,000,000.00'FIASCO'.....where the 1 lone co-worker who claims he usually plays the M&M w/his co-workers as a collective body but wasn't at the office on the day they played this particular time......can't wait to see how that turns out.......either way.....the "blood sucking leeches"... will come out on top, as if they had won the $$$$$$$ themselves..................

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            The Carolinas - Charlotte
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            Posted: January 18, 2006, 4:35 pm - IP Logged

            Right on Libra! I bet they will end up with over a million in "legal fees"!!!

            No offense meant for any practicing law on this board :) Cheers