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Which Win do you prefer
I know Pac is just being sarcastically funny...hell, you would just have to be some old crazy nut to not claim a winning QP or any pick for that matter. But as for the purchasing of tickets already printed out that someone else couldn't or wouldn't pay for, I would consider them wholly mine once my dollar(s) hit the cashier's hand and I had the ticket in my possession. Nobody owns any of the numbers in the range of play...if that were the case, lotteries wouldn't exist since they would be figh
Jan 9, 2008, 9:26 am - OldSchoolPa - Lottery Discussion Forum

Cancer claims life of man who exposed Ontario Lottery retailer fraud
He actually won the lawsuit? What a dumb judge.
Apr 3, 2007, 5:20 pm - Guru101 - Lottery News

Lawyer in $315 million lottery lawsuits ordered to pay fine
This one is for the History Books: They Dismissed the Lawsuit and they Fined the Attorney!
Mar 22, 2007, 12:51 pm - Raven62 - Lottery News

Delawarean Looses Powerball Lawsuit
It seems strange that the lottery commision would not come out and call him a liar,,,as they so often do when they get a false claim......his claim must have some merit.....although the no ticket, no cash rule seems to hold up in court, this may set some precedent in future court rulings....... written by the AP (below)..... DOVER, Del. (AP)- Bob Palese believes he had the winning $5 million lottery ticket, but he says it was destroyed in the laundry. Now, he is suing the Del
Dec 10, 2006, 11:40 am - fja - Jackpot Games Forum

Delawarean Looses Powerball Lawsuit COPIED FROM LINK ABOVE: In high court, no win over Powerball By ESTEBAN PARRA, The News Journal Posted Friday, December 8, 2006 at 3:13 pm The story of a 49-year-old Bear man who filed a lawsuit claiming he was entitled to a $5 million lottery prize even though he lost the winning ticket in a laundry mishap didn t wash with the state Supreme Court. The Supreme Court instead affirmed a lower court
Dec 8, 2006, 4:39 pm - rdc137 - Jackpot Games Forum

Indiana Lottery may spend $1M to settle lawsuit
I hope the lawsuit is settled soon. Indiana has one of the worst lotteries in USA.
Jul 9, 2006, 11:01 am - Just6ntlc - Lottery News

More News on Jack
In a filing made in response to Caesars lawsuit, Whittaker said the casino actually owes him money because it agreed to give him a percentage of revenue from a slot machine he developed and to credit his gambling losses. The casino, owned by Harrah's Entertainment Inc., filed the lawsuit in 2005, a year after it said the bad checks were written. The case came to light recently when the documents were subpoenaed in an unrelated wrongful-death lawsuit against Whittaker. A couple of points
Jun 8, 2006, 9:09 am - Rip Snorter - Lottery Discussion Forum

Has anyone won?
I don't think a pick 3 or pick 4 would result in a lawsuit but if you win one of the big three then that's a very good warning.
Apr 2, 2006, 1:33 am - dvdiva - Lottery Discussion Forum

Powerball lottery jackpot raised to $117 million
Use the LP Search program and type in the word Lawsuit'll see where some pools went wrong...
Mar 23, 2006, 1:18 pm - fja - Lottery News

Lawsuit filed by N.C. Lottery foes to be heard Monday
Sore losers to be sure. I doubt that this lawsuit will make anything but waves. I agree that it seemed a little quick, but the state's counsel would never allow contracts to be signed, equipment to be purchased, etc if they thought that this lawsuit held any merit. If indeed the suit is successful, I would move out of NC just because of the embarrassment that it would create.
Feb 9, 2006, 10:54 am - cps10 - Lottery News