Lawyers are bound by ethical obligations to rigorously defend clients. Although I have heard some court appointed lawyers say only the bare minimum defense will be offered on appointed case I completely disgree. I believe the same duty is owed to clients regardless. In fact you can review the...Read more »
How can fight this?, County also tried to charge me leaving the scene but statue of limitations played for the county and could no longer attempt to charge me. Although because it had lingered about the ticket and accident I was taken in in another city of Castle Hills in San Antonio for felony... Read more »
You will most likely be required to hire a lawyer to help sort that out because several issues are involved. Is the SOL still in play with respect to the citation received in the mail? If the citation is from the same incident the SOL should also apply. You should consult with a lawyer, many give...Read more »
Yes, it can, however getting such is very difficult because you must file a writ and obtain a new trial and then you must win the new trial. I doubt the DA's office would agree to reverse the case unless you have some super compelling evidence that you could not have discovered before the trial.
This is not a wc question so you may want to ask it again under a more appropriate classification such as abandoned property or storage. You may be able to discover an answer by reviewing the laws for the following:
He pays both of us 250 a week and put the check in my name. He said that the amount we pay in rent is also part of our pay. We get no overtime or holiday pay. I never get any days off but once a year. Even if I go run an errand I still have to answer phones. I want to know if this is legal and if... Read more »
I am sorry but you will need to speak with someone to give the factual details but this is not a forum that you should use. The best advise I can offer is to contact the Texas Workforce Commission, (TWC) the regulating agency for employers. Considering all the hours you work along with pay, if you...Read more »
If the 11/12 year old is your child, they can work but the type of work is limited as are the hours. See below. As for alcohol, believe it or not, if a minor is within eyesight of parent or guardian they can actually drink but to serve such beverages I think they must be 21.
Delivery driver 7 months (for company that delivers for amazon) , terminated because amazon giving fewer routes in in middle of work week, say cant use paid time off, are they suppose to pay me in full after 6 days or if its weekly pay, its on their own timeline what about the paid time off, since... Read more »
Unfortunately you do not provide much information, but if private property was damaged when tampering with the surveillance there could be a criminal charge for the damages. The level of the charge would depend on the costs of the damage. I hope this helps.
an o/o trucker who is leased to this trucking co. this policy is in the trucking co. name only , they is the owner of your policy. and they make up they own rules if they want to pay or not and it is most no to be. I have a stroke on the job back in July 28, 2009 why on the job at work and they... Read more »
Thank you for your question. I am certain that you are aware you will need legal representation that is particularly skilled in WC law. However, I am sure that is not why you came to this site. I will attempt to assist you because I understand the dire predicament you are in.
thanks for your question. Unfortunately I doubt very much you can get gun rights re-established once there is a felony conviction. I know some lawyers claim to get people reinstated, but I have never seen it accomplished.
However, there may be hope because other type of weapons are being...Read more »
You should proceed as though you will be tested because I have seen judges order a UAs during court. If so ordered you have to submit the UA before the end of the day and although there are "kits" sold to flush your system it is not a method you should rely on. I have heard some people even consume...Read more »
Load in Virginia. It was normal not to hear from him for a couple of days because he was lroably out of our cell range . the nigjt came and I befin to worry so much called.my son's all of us plus his friends despertly trying reaching him my.son called.his employer they told him over tbe ohone their... Read more »
Thanks for your question; I will try to give you the best answer I can given the complexity. I am very sorry for your loss and because your situation is complicated you need to seek legal counsel, but I am sure you already know that so I can give you a better answer than that, right?
Thanks for your question. Texas is an "at will" employment state, meaning employees can be fired for any reason at all, as long as it is not for a Constitutionally protected right (i.e. race, religion...). As for requiring a deputy to purchase their own uniforms, yes, just as nurses must purchase...Read more »
I believe so (my wife said yes) but it must be a certified service dog that has current registration and training. If the dog poses a threat for some reason I am sure it would be excluded. You should be able to ask the court you plan to attend.
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