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TheNameMitch

Daniel Lannister v Bella Bond & Phoenix Security

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TOPIC TITLE - Ensure the topic title is appropriately filed

PLAINTIFF/DEFENDANT DETAILS - If either the plaintiff or defendant involves an organisation (i.e if the application is made on behalf of, or against an organisation, put the organisation name in)

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Contact Details - Applicant

First Name: Mick

Last Name: Hale

Mobile: 212033

Discord: TheNameMitch#8290

Contact Details - Client / Plaintiff

First Name: Daniel

Last Name: Lannister

Mobile: 372103

Discord: Gabe#4365

Organisation Name (If applicable): 

For Original Jurisdiction

Defendant Name: Bella Bond

Defendant Organisation (If available): Phoenix Security

Respondent Discord (if known): Aliyah#9101

Statement of Claims:

On 09/04/21, Mr Daniel Lannister was assaulted and falsely detained by Bella from Phoenix Security, being falsely imprisoned and a while being dragged out to the street while still detained.

 

As per the Private Security Act the following excerpts will come into play in this case.
 

4 Crowd Controlling / Property & Cash-in-Transit Protection

 

Private security employees providing crowd control, property and cash-in-transit protection services have the rights to conduct the following within one block of their contracted premises:

  • Screening entry and exit into and from premises;

  • Monitoring and controlling behaviour in premises;

  • Removing any person from premises;

  • Checking a person is permitted to enter (ID Card), have paid to enter or have received an invitation; and

  • Patrolling and brandishing weapons.

 

6 Search and Detainment

 

  • Notwithstanding other laws and regulations, private security employees contracted to crowd control or to guard a property may search an individual within their contracted premises. Private security employees are not permitted to stop and search an emergency services officer in the course of their official duty.

 

  • Private security employees contracted to crowd control, guarding a property or bounty hunting are permitted to detain a person if the other person is committing or has just committed a criminal offence. In the case of bounty hunters, the other person is a wanted individual. The private security employee who detains another person must, as soon as practicable after the detainment, arrange for the other person and any property found on the other person, to be delivered into the custody of a police officer.
     

Nowhere in the above duties does it allow Phoenix to detain people while on the duties of cash in transit. So in detaining my client Bella abused her powers and overstepped her bounds by detaining my client who is authorised to be where he was. 

Witnesses:

Joey Martin

Evidence:

Permission was obtained from PAC management for some of the footage that occurred when Daniel Lannister did not have his phone out

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/984593273

Compensation:

as this was seen as an abuse of powers provided to the member of Phoenix, we would like an independent review of the Phoenix officers actions and appropriate actions taken. 

Compensation for being physically removed from the building. 

Acknowledgement: Failure to acknowledge the following will result in penalties

1. I acknowledge that under section 22 of the Crimes Act 2018 and section 8 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that it is an offence to provide falsified statements or evidence and may result in a harsh penalty if convicted. (Y)

2. I acknowledge that under section 15 of the Judicial Procedures Act 2019 that there will be a fee associated with the court proceedings of this case, per person in each party. (Y)

3. I authorise the Government of San Andreas to deduct any fees set out in point 2 above from my bank account automatically. (Attach evidence of consent from additional applicants to this case). (Y)

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Daniel Lannister v Phoenix Security [2021] SADC 8 
 

ATTN: PLAINTIFF & DEFENDANT

[1] The District Court accepts your writ of claim against the defendant.

[2] The defendant has seven days to file a notice of appearance or a defence with this Court (11:59 PM Monday the 26th of April 2021). If the respondent fails to file a notice of appearance or defence, the plaintiff's case may be heard without the defendant. Furthermore, the plaintiff may also request that judgment be entered in their favour by default and orders set out in the statement of claim be made.

[3] The plaintiff and the defendant are to engage in discovery immediately and are to exchange all relevant documents relied upon, if any, for period in between now and the trial date.

CASE TITLE: Daniel Lannister v Phoenix Security [2021] SADC 8 

PRESIDING: Harold J. Holt PSM QC 

DIVISION: CIVIL

DATE: 19/04/2021 VENUE: VIRTUAL

SIGNATURE: Harold Julius Holt

Edited by Nukaa (Harold J. Holt)

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NOTICE OF APPEARANCE

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SAN ANDREAS

BETWEEN                                                       

DANIEL LANNISTER 

and

PHOENIX SECURITY


DATE OF DOCUMENT: 20th April 2021

FILED ON BEHALF OF: Phoenix Security

PREPARED BY: Harvey Specter

EMAIL: kota#6020

PHONE: 168032


 

I, Harvey Specter, here FILE an appearance for Phoenix Security, the abovenamed defendant.  

Signed,  

HARVEY SPECTER

Member of the Bar Association, Attorney at Law

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