A.H. of Branford writes:
“I pawned a piece of jewelry at a local pawn shop several months ago, with every intention of getting it back within the time limit, only to be told by the pawnbroker when I returned that his place of business had been burglarized and my piece of jewelry was stolen. He refuses to do anything about it. What can I do?”
Dear A. H.;
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