There is no criminal record other than a ticket for insurance on a vehicle no prior trespassing charges and was in jail for 5 days before bonding out on the trespassing charges. What kind of penalty can she be looking at?
I recommend consulting with a criminal defense attorney for an informed and professional discussion of possible plea and/or sentencing expectations. It would be both impracticable and likely unprofessional to guess at what a particular DA's Office might offer in the way of a plea agreement or...Read more »
I agree with my colleague - get a lawyer if you have a criminal arrest warrant pending.
FYI - Sometimes it takes time for law enforcement and the prosecutor's office to review the circumstances of a particular incident to which law enforcement responds. During this time, they review...Read more »
I called to ask about more time to pay a speeding ticket. They told me show up to court and they will give me more time. But they changed the court dat from tomorrow to a day next week. I can't go next week I will be out of town for work. What can I do?
Really?!? Show up on the date the police officer listed then - and you'll be arrested for failure to report, in addition to having to deal with the underlying citation offense. The justice system isn't a game of gotcha. Respect the law and deal with the citation. Get a lawyer if you...Read more »
Why would a criminal defense attorney wait 40 days after the attorney client contract signed and the client paid $1000 retainer file motion to enroll as counsel 40 days after the attorney contract signed and having been paid 1000. I’m looking at the records for my case and the motion to enroll... Read more »
I agree with my colleague. I add that until the Bill of Information was filed, there may not have been a criminal case in which the attorney could officially enroll in court records as counsel. Discuss with your attorney if you wish, but it does not appear that his actions were atypical.
violation at the very least, since these are employees of staffing agencies, who are the real "covered entities" here. They supply the WC insurance, payroll, are the holders of their personnel records, etc. They also almost all have provisions written into their contracts that state... Read more »
The employer can communicate directly with the temp employment agency that supplied the employees of the employer's requirement that the temp employees obtain and pass a DOT physical. It is, likely, not appropriate for the employer to communicate this need directly to contracted employees...Read more »
I completed sis and a parenting class for it. It was a domestic violence situation and I didn’t have a seat for the child when we were pulled over. I was not aware it would show since i have had no issues at a previous hospital in another state. I just received a letter from the state saying... Read more »
Yes, it means that you will likely be terminated because you are unable to meet a condition of employment - namely a successful background check. Just because you were employed elsewhere after your citation and conviction for this misdemeanor doesn't protect you from a new employer's...Read more »
Initially, a judge sets bond without a hearing based on the severity of the charges, and any other information available to the judge at the time. A defendant (or the state) may then request a hearing to adjust the amount of bond set by the judge. Many factors are considered by the judge at a...Read more »
They have made no attempts since he returned to work in May for reasonable accommodations. His restrictions are only no driving and no working on elevated surfaces or climbing ladders or stairs. The dr request was for him to be able to do table top work or desk work. Based on the ADA how can... Read more »
The state of the law in this area is not settled. The Supreme Court of Louisiana ruled in Oct '20 that requiring offenders to have such stamps was not legal. On Friday, 11 Dec 20, Louisiana filed a petition with the US Supreme Court asking that this ruling be stayed and that the Supreme...Read more »
An employer may not discriminate against employees based on race. Federal and state law prohibits this. Additionally, employers, managers and leaders have an obligation to ensure that employees under their supervision are not participating in discriminatory behavior. Us of the "N" word...Read more »
It appears you were mislead by whomever told you the law doesn't apply to a signature loan. Recommend you consult with the Legal Assistance Office (part of JAG) at whatever installation to which you're assigned to get personal legal consult, advice and representation. Good luck.
I saw data that spoke vaguely about attempt simple arson and how it was placed in effect in July 2007, was that the first time that the law was implemented or was it an amendment from a greater charge?
I work construction and all other employees had another job to report to but I didn't. I asked my supervisor where I was going next and I was told to call the office. I called and they told me I was laid off out of the blue. They told me there was no work even when the other employees had jobs... Read more »
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