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How to sell your old phone for the most possible money

How to sell your old phone for the most possible money

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Whether you're trading in an old phone to your carrier, using an online trade-in site or selling it on your own, these tips could help you get more cash for your phone. The season of new phones is here, from the Galaxy Note 10 to three brand new Apple phones, the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Google's Pixel 4 is right around the corner. Trading in or selling your old phone is a great way to help finance your new one, and carriers, phone-makers, and independent trade-in sites can offer staggeringly good terms to hand over your old phone (Take this aggressive half-off T-Mobile deal for the iPhone 11, for example.) But no matter which way you go to sell your phone or trade it in to a carrier, even if you're using a peer-to-peer marketplace like Craigslist or Facebook Marketpl
The link between asbestos and mesothelioma cancer

The link between asbestos and mesothelioma cancer

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The link between asbestos and mesothelioma cancer In spite of its utilitarian value, asbestos has been linked to several forms of cancer, the most well-known of which are lung cancer and mesothelioma that forms in the linings of the lungs, abdomen, heart, or testes. Asbestos, a known carcinogen, is the name given to a group of naturally-occurring mineral fibres that were found to have fire and chemical-resistant properties, so it was adapted and widely used in construction, shipbuilding and the automotive industry. In the 1950s, researchers began to find links between asbestos exposure and serious health issues. This is largely due to the fact that it is a “friable” mineral, which means that it can be easily broken off and become airborne. It can travel on clothing, and is especiall
Is a Failure to Appear a Crime?

Is a Failure to Appear a Crime?

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Criminal court dates are mandatory. When a person is facing criminal charges, or is involved in a criminal proceeding, they are legally obligated to show up for all court hearings. Missing a court date is referred to as a "failure to appear" or "FTA", and it is a crime punishable by law. Forgetting or neglecting to appear for court is not like missing a doctor's appointment. A person will face serious criminal charges in addition to the ones they were already charged with prior to missing their court date. Without the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney, those charged with FTA will likely be sentenced to the maximum penalties decreed by their state. Depending on where they live and their criminal history, these penalties will vary. Continue reading to learn more about FTAs ...