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If you not in a lottery Pool at present. .
You can always buy more tickets own your own ...is a recipe for a lawsuit, regardless of whether you have been childhood friends with the rest of the Pool members. That is why l hesitate to join.Money can destroy lifelong friendships. Coin Toss is right..
Apr 14, 2015, 10:15 pm - noise-gate - Lottery Discussion Forum

You scan your PB/MM ticket and it reads " See the Clerk"..
l was told that the scanners NEVER make a mistake- supposedly they will never say Not a winner, and after a few more scans say Winner. If they did- l can see a lawsuit.
Mar 19, 2015, 4:38 pm - noise-gate - Lottery Discussion Forum

Lawsuits against lottery playes
If I ever won a big prize , I would counter sue anyone that tried to file a frivolous lawsuit against me. Take no quarter, show no mercy.
Mar 8, 2015, 5:11 pm - dognabit - Lottery Discussion Forum

Who' s to say...
shifting the burden of proof n. in a lawsuit the plaintiff (the party filing suit) has the burden of proof to produce enough evidence to prove his/her/its basic (prima facie) case. If that burden is met, then the burden of proof shifts to the other party, putting the defendant in the position of having the burden to prove he/she has a defense. There may be shifts of burden of proof on specific factual issues during a trial, which may impact the opposing parties and their need to produce evidenc
Oct 18, 2013, 7:34 pm - Artist77 - Lottery Discussion Forum

Who' s to say...
Unfortunately in a civil trial the burden of proof would be on you...So anyone of your friends or family if they were that devious could say oh he came over and said he won and he would give me a share of his winnings How would you prove that you didnt say that if there were no witnesses or even if there were and they lied to back-up the claimant?? And spliting tickets is exactly what got Bud Post in the lawsuit he was involved in...so Im glad you stopped that
Oct 18, 2013, 9:19 am - billionaire2bee - Lottery Discussion Forum

200 Winning Pick 3 Tickets
I believe that the reason that state laws allow redemption of p3 tickets in the store with no paper trail is because they need to in order to attract adequate play- if every win was taxable at the time of redemption there would be a lot less play. I would be fascinated to see if there was a selective prosecution lawsuit if they decided to go after a $100,000 p3 winner when they ignore all of the lesser p3 winners that don't declare their winnings when filing their taxes. Plenty of time to claim
Feb 27, 2013, 6:11 pm - Long Odds - Lottery Discussion Forum

Would you keep your word??
Ronnie, I knew you were going there...lol. I think you are right. He had a thread on storage lockers. Maybe he expects a big payoff from the yupppppp guy's lawsuit.
Dec 17, 2012, 7:57 pm - Artist77 - Lottery Discussion Forum

Tabloid lottery headlines
In eco-sensitive move, lottery makes new tickets out of self-decomposing materials. Unfortunately, the shelf life of the ticket and the amount of time lotteries allow to collect now do not run concurrently. Tickets now last 31 days, which is a sad shot short of the 1 year many state lotteries allow to collect. The clock now ticks waiting for the first lawsuit.
Jun 20, 2012, 9:52 am - maximumfun - Lottery Discussion Forum

PowerBall finally may has the edge it's been seeking
This actually happened in Idaho, except the guy did show back up to buy the ticket and the clerk sold him a different ticket, telling him it was the one he originally turned down. There was a lawsuit, but I never learned how it turned out.
May 30, 2012, 8:23 pm - HoLeeKau - Lottery Discussion Forum

compterized fraud
Attention: Check local Milwaukee Journal in the next few weeks for a Class Action lawsuit against the Wisconsin Lottery for compterized fraud. The Supercash odds may say 1:1,621,213 but I have 1:129,844,092,338 the Wisconsin lottery is 100% unfixed
May 11, 2012, 11:04 am - DeltaTom - Lottery Discussion Forum