How to avoid getting sued for being a ‘tranny’ in court

If you were to hire a private investigator to go after you for being transgender, it’s a surefire way to be sued.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Florida, however, is taking issue with the tactic, claiming it violates a state’s constitution.

The ACLU filed the suit against the private investigator, which is run by the law firm of Dwayne B. Williams, on Wednesday.

The firm’s lawyer, Matthew Wiebe, told the Orlando Sentinel that the suit is “an effort to get a court order requiring a person to reveal their true identity.”

The suit also accuses Williams of “knowingly, willfully, maliciously and negligently” promoting the practice of “tranny” identity theft, which it calls “the criminalization of transgender identity.”

This is despite the fact that the legal definition of the term “tramp” has never been specifically addressed in the US Constitution.

It’s the first time Williams has filed a lawsuit against the practice.

Williams has claimed that he is acting in his professional capacity, and that the lawsuit is “politically motivated.”

He told the Sentinel that he doesn’t “care” about being sued, but wants to “help the LGBT community.”

“We want to make sure we’re standing up against the idea that this is going to be the new norm, not the exception,” he said.

“It’s a political issue.

And we’re just trying to make our voice heard.”

The lawsuit also alleges that Williams is using a pseudonym for his work and that he used “trannies” and “trannie” to describe himself to potential clients.

“We’re not talking about a transgender person, we’re talking about someone who’s in a position to be able to use their identity to identify someone who is transgender,” said Wiebbe.

“So that’s why I used the term ‘trannys.'”

The ACLU says that Williams’ practices have led to hundreds of cases in Florida, including some where transgender people were the victims of identity theft.

The case also seeks damages for the “serious and pervasive harms suffered by transgender people by having their identities and sexual orientation exploited by their employers.”

Williams said he hopes to fight the lawsuit.

“I’ve been in this business for over 25 years,” he told the Observer.

“When it comes to identity theft and identity theft in general, this is not the first thing that comes to mind.

This is just the first one I’ve seen.

I’ve been doing this since I was 15 years old.”

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