Discussion in 'Caylee Anthony 2 years old' started by Bullwinkle, Jan 26, 2013.
I think there is a case to be argued against her answer to Exhibit C.
?? The money to the IRS is non governmental and a non priority?? She should have been in tax court by now, right?
This is a qualification listed on Schedule E:
Well, I posted up thread and forgot to ask the questions. I am just flabbergasted!
How could she have filed late Friday night? Doesn't the courthouse close at 5pm?
Greene said they had been preparing this for a while now. Were they waiting to find an exclusive outlet for the first interview that would sneak in via the national CBS?
So are the people she owed screwed or do they get paid somehow? Also, you know her Bella Vita tattoo is showing in the back with that tube top dress on.
Anyone know why this isnt on Schedule E??
I thought JB said he was willing to represent FCA without pay after she was declared indigent. This is after FCA supposedly paid him $200,000 she received for Caylee's pictures. If he is expecting payment for an additional $500,000, then did he defraud the State by submitting expenses to them?
Really? I wish Az was here-she may have relinquished those rights?? So what about the new photos that were included in today's media?
I thought the information on the agency that counseled her about her finances and a copy of their recommendations were supposed to be included??
That would be something to see.
She's been off probation since the end of August. Tans don't take that long. She could have tanned while on probation even. I don't believe one has anything to do with the other.
It figures they would all be attorneys waiting for their big pay off...yuk. Where will she be once the slimy attorneys back off?
She's filing chapter 7 bankruptcy.
According to Wiki,
Common exceptions to discharge include child support, income taxes less than 3 years old and property taxes, student loans (unless the debtor prevails in a difficult-to-win adversary proceeding brought to determine the dischargeability of the student loan), and fines and restitution imposed by a court for any crimes committed by the debtor.
Fines and restitution = The fine print says for any crimes committed by the debtor. Since she was found not guilty, does that mean she can get rid of these debts imposed by the court? If she had all of her appeals found in her favor, she would be innocent of the lying convictions of $1,000 each, but I guess she will be stuck with two of them.
Isn't the Jodi Arias trial held in Arizona? If so, that must be all over the news...one murderer trying to steal another murderers thunder.
I wouldn't think so. She still has the two lying convictions and that is what she owes for..lying and costing Orange County all the money investigating .
I believe LE fines are dischargeable in bankruptcy, as well as other legal fees. IRS is not automatically discharged but can be if they agree to it. And my bet is the IRS will not pursue either Casey or Baez. They only go where they know there is a reasonable chance they can collect; for the IRS, it's all about available revenue, not revenge.
Note the ring on her 4th finger, left hand
I am not thinking about revenge. Honestly. And thanks to those who clarified Chapter 7 and ****** who gave us some details, I get that she can discharge debts which resulted from her criminal actions.
Wouldnt that be something. Wouldnt it be something if she get's to walk away from it all?
What have we become when the murder of a child is reduced to time served and another empty threat of punishment for Casey?
Maybe she is teflon.
Ah well, at the end of the day no one every believed her any way-not her mother, not LE, not even her own attorneys.
I wonder if that registers at all.
Yes. That is what it means. She would not be able to discharge any LE debt she incurred in the commission of a crime. But her NG verdict says she didn't do anything illegal other than tell two lies. So all but $2,000 will probably be discharageable. And yes, she can claim debts she has not actually incurred yet (the civil cases pending).
I don't even care anymore. I wanted justice for Caylee and that is NEVER going to happen no matter how much money she owes, dischargeable or not.
OMG! It's the Tiffany ring Cindy's been looking for!
Gift cards from third parties...keep reading
Oh, I understand that. I was just saying the IRS typically does not go after someone for revenge. They go after money owed and if they know there is no money, it is not worth expending resources trying to collect so even if the IRS debt is not formally discharged the IRS will probably not go after it.