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Online Casinos in general: Charge of unauthorized gambling ( 285 StGB) (Page 22)

Topic created on 23rd Jan. 2021 | Page: 22 of 28 | Answers: 276 | Views: 76,636
moralischverwerflich
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Ladybug1998 wrote on 16.04.2024 at 19:51

1800 he took for the advance on fees.

Let's see if "something" comes back.

Well, you got ripped off in my opinion.

Sure, lawyers aren't cheap, but a procedure like this isn't that much effort. Inspection of files - letter to the public prosecutor's office - either the case is dropped or not, then a trial day.
1800 is already a house number.....

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hustlehoff
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Above all, she got a questionnaire from the "Kripo" and is going crazy xDD That people still don't realize that you ignore everything and don't comment anywhere until a letter really comes directly from the public prosecutor's office (which doesn't happen 95% of the time anyway) then you can slowly think about contacting a lawyer.

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moralischverwerflich
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hustlehoff wrote on 17.04.2024 at 07:21: Above all, she has received a questionnaire from the "Kripo" and is going crazy xDD That people still don't realize that you ignore everything first and don't comment anywhere until a letter really comes directly from the public prosecutor's office (which doesn't happen 95% of the time anyway) then you can slowly think about contacting a lawyer.

Yes, most people "shit themselves" when they get mail from something like this. But well, most of them have no idea and are immediately shocked/overwhelmed, which is understandable.

But it should really have dawned on everyone that you don't have to react to letters from the police/criminal investigation department, especially as EVERYONE is guaranteed to look up such a letter on the Internet.


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morallyreprehensible wrote on 04/17/2024 07:40:

Yes, most people "shit themselves" when mail comes from something like this. But well, most of them have no idea and are directly shocked/overwhelmed, you can understand that somewhere.

But it should have slowly dawned on everyone that you don't have to react to letters from the police/criminal police, especially since EVERYONE is guaranteed to look up such a letter on the Internet.



Sure, and then you call in a lawyer. Sitting it out only buys you time, nothing else. They'll pass it on to the public prosecutor's office anyway...so why wait?

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hustlehoff
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Username85 wrote on 17.04.2024 08:51:

Sure, and then you get a lawyer involved. Sitting it out only buys time, nothing else. They'll pass it on to the public prosecutor's office anyway...so why wait?

Bull excrement, I know some where nothing came after the summons and it's been a while. Just say something, very good.

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hustlehoff wrote on 17.04.2024 at 09:14:

Bull poop, know some where nothing came after the summons and it's been a while. Just say something, very good.

Bull feces, nice.


Well then, good luck.

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frapi07
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hustlehoff wrote on 17.04.2024 at 09:14:

Bull poop, know some where nothing came after the summons and it's been a while. Just say something, very good.

Man, you got one to delete

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WithoutWings
Top Member
It smells like a rip-off to me. First he says that lots of people will be convicted and then he calls 1800 because people are panicking

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Ladybug1998
Rookie
Let's see...
of course the money hurts like hell, but as long as it's discontinued, I don't care.

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Ladybug1998
Rookie

hustlehoff wrote on 17.04.2024 at 07:21: Above all, she has received a questionnaire from the "Kripo" and is going crazy xDD That people still don't realize that you ignore everything first and don't comment anywhere until a letter really comes directly from the public prosecutor's office (which doesn't happen 95% of the time anyway) then you can slowly think about contacting a lawyer.

Yes, I'm going crazy because I'm studying law and could never Risk an entry. Can you give me the assurance that nothing will happen after the questionnaire from the police? After such a letter, either a letter from the public prosecutor's office about the discontinuation of the proceedings or a penalty order. Only then will it be much more expensive and riskier to call in a lawyer. You should inform yourself well, thank you.

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