His boss set a meeting at the main office which my husband made plans to attend and less than 24 hrs before the meeting she asked him to stay another 2 days. His drIver can not pick him up because it was not planned and obviously he can not drive himself. Can they legally do this when they hire you... Read more »
Criminal mischief, second degree is a Class D felony. Under Iowa Code 902.9(1)(e); "A class “D” felon, not an habitual offender, shall be confined for no more than five years, and in addition shall be sentenced to a fine of at least seven hundred fifty dollars but not more than seven...Read more »
They asked her about smoking weed and got her to give them a pipe. She did not smoke in the house. But they scared her into giving information. Now they are trying to evict us saying she smoked in the house and had drugs in the house.
Tax assessment for the year purchased was $50000 dollars under the amount being asked. When I offered less than asking and more than tax value I was told that if my offer was to be considered I had to give a serious offer. I was reluctant to make higher offer but feeling pressure to buy I raised... Read more »
I had to text him he said he never guaranteed hed be back. He said he would be back two days later. He did not. Once again I had to contact him. He said he would be there the next day early and his crew would also be there. Once again nothing from him.i text him he said he would come 2 days from... Read more »
I received a ticket and paid it online soon after. When I drove on the road again I realized the speed limit was different than what the officer ticketed me at. He wrote me for 40 in a 30 when it was a 35. Is there anyway to get my fine back or at the least have it taken off my record?
It depends. Your City's rental code (if it has one) is the first place to look.
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