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  1. I can respond to this as I am the one currently reviewing all the applicants. The test is difficult because you actually need an in-depth knowledge of them before you can even think about debating them with an officer. All the questions provide the correct answer if you read and understand what it is asking very carefully. You can retake the test as it says in the lawyer registration guidelines after one month. Feel free to DM me with any other questions you have or suggestions for the current system. Validation#9954
  2. Contact Details - Plaintiff: R (Crown) First Name: Mike Last Name: Sandford Discord: Validation#9954 Organisation Name (If applicable): Office of Public Prosecutions - Department of Justice Statement of Claims: The three gentlemen are part of a known crime syndicate known as "The DeRossi Family". From undercover operations, it was found that they were dealing with the proceeds of crime and other criminal acts detailed below. These men were chosen after the "Gangs" property was raided by SAPF to conduct find further illegal items in their possession. Raids on the individuals approved by the Secretary of Justice Alec Blair were conducted finding large quantities of weapons, narcotics, and a large number of marked bills. This case is to prosecute on basis of evidence found on possession. Members have been provided bail of 500k approved by Chief Justice Blake Lawson. Witnesses: Officer Sammy Salami was deep undercover within the gang and gave multiple reports back to the CIB head Michael Muller. Evidence: CLASSIFIED Attached below Acknowledgment: 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. Yes 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. Yes 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). Yes
  3. +1 with restrictions still in place and the boys on lockdown going to the cas to play more chilli or wheres the gold and smashing a few froffies with the lads cant get any easier! Plus with such a successful business man what could go wrong.
  4. +1 love racing you Jimmy! Would love to pump out some more dirt tracks to tear you up on us this would be a super easy fix in the files
  5. Like the mafia style but I'd suggest expanding on what you can bring to the city rather than just sell guns hustle drugs and extort people.
  6. +1 love the idea for illegal modifications. Would love to be apart of this if it makes it past the planning stage. As an extreme car enthusiast and race planner this would bring it to the next level. The only issues I have found is that people are to scared to use their fast cars and race due to the excessive seizure laws.
  7. Big +1! How else are people going to spend there money. Get people off the streets and lose their money. Hopefully bring inflation down
  8. Big +1 Will provide a competitive market and provide many jobs to the city. The two owners would provide a great leadership group and professionalism to mentor aspiring mechanics
  9. MARLOWE BREWING Co. "A company passed down through generations only to be lost to some drunks at the yellow jack." HISTORY https://imgur.com/oZKrnuO https://imgur.com/yC9DsId Passed down through generations of the Marlowe Family. Settling in Los Santos from the Isles of San Andreas, the Marlowe brothers established the Vineyards in 1862 on the picturesque Tongva Hills. With its nutrient rich soil and the brothers knowledge of exotic flavours, an elegant and robust blend was formed, paving the way to their success. Unfortunate circumstances left the brothers broken and a vineyard in disarray. With little left, the brothers gambled away their hard work. Who Are We? Some call us gods, some call us saviors but we like to think of ourselves as two blokes who enjoy a beer. Taking over the Marlowe Vineyard and transforming it into the new and improved Marlowe Brewing Co. our goal is to provide the businesses of Los Santos with quality beer, wine and spirits for a fair price. You can count on our quality service, to ensure regular and on time delivery of all your alcoholic needs. Business Structure Our business structure will be Mike Sandford (Validation#9954) and Juan Diaz (DanK#5341) as Co-owners. We will conduct the deliveries in company vehicles purchased by us to the bars and clubs around Los Santos. Prices TBD with governing bodies and proceeds split 50/50 between business partners. Garage space and storage on site will be necessary to store work vehicles and distilled/brewed goods

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