A Guide for Writing Fictional Sleuths from a Couple of Real-Life Sleuths
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How Do Private Eyes Do That?
Posted by Writing PIs on January 11, 2010
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Great stuff. So sneaky.
Interesting blog post. Steven might want to know that the Florida law was struck down as unconstitutional this summer in a lawsuit I brought on behalf of my client, the firm that operates SpoofCard.com.
Mark, I did not know that. As you see above I use your client’s product. Can you give me a case cite on the case you mention?
I don’t know that the court’s opinion was ever published. Here’s a report from TMC.Net: http://outbound-call-center.tmcnet.com/topics/outbound-call-center/articles/61254-us-district-court-rules-floridas-caller-id-act.htm. I can send you a copy of the summary judgment order if you contact me offline.
There are at least two other states that have passed similar legislation and I suspect that if they ever actually try to enforce the laws, they’ll be challenged as unconstitutional.
Thanks. I see the ruling. That’s great to know. Thanks for that.
I’m taking a p.i. course this month. I do expect them to bring up the spoof id caller. If not, it’s good I came across this article!
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