Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer California courts are not going to have jurisdiction over what happened in the Oklahoma courts. I am not too familiar with Certs of Rehab, but if you were to obtain one in CA, it still would affect the OK case.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer There is probably nothing illegal about your employer making the request. If the school released the information without your consent there may be a privacy issue. I am assuming your employer had some reason to request this information that is related to your job. If this is the case, your employer is probably entitled to this information, but they should probably get you to sign a release.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer Hiring a qualified criminal defense attorney will ensure that the evidence is properly evaluated, and possible defenses are asserted, and all of the defendants rights are protected. In addition, an attorney will effectivly negotiate with the prosecution. The bottom line is that an attorney will ensure the best possible outcome for your husband. Attorney fees in this case should be fairly reasonable.
As you aware probably aware, this offense carries a maximum penalty of 90 days in jail...
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer I am not entirely sure what your question means. If you are intending to operate in another state you will probably file as a foreign corporation. I doubt think have to switch anything. Check the Secretary of State's web page of the state where you are planning on operating.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer No, you did not give up any rights by letting your son live with his father. You are, however, going to have to start a child custody and child support proceeding with the court where your son is residing. Obviously, you are going to have to find them.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer Most likley, a medical spa can even run if it failed to renew its fictitous business name. You should be able to report this to the county (or city) that is responsible for its registration. The county will probably send the spa a notice. The spa will then have to renew with late fees or may have to register again. The county is not going to shut them down because it failed to renew if that is what is you're thinking.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer Probably yes. More than likely you are an at-will employee. You can be fired for any reason or even no reason. You employer is in the same position as you. If you wanted to quit you would not be required to give a reason.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer Yes, a person can face state and federal charges for the same act. You may want to keep your eyes on the nut job in the Arizona shooting. After the feds get done with him, the state is going to move in.
Q:Isn't this illegal business? Not at the onset, but it can become illegal.
Upon a request, every shareholder is entitled to a certificate certifying his/her number of shares and class or series. (There is an exception if the company makes other arrangments (i.e. electronic shares), but that does not appear to be the situation in your case.) Once the company has refused it is in violation of California law. This law does not, however, provide how this...
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer If the person is committing a crime call the police. If you are just trying to get them in trouble you should probably mind your own business and let the person's probation officer worry about the violation.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer You can probably go to the Courts' web site. Most have some info online. There may be a charge. Otherwise you can go to the courthouse in person and probably get the info.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer I do not believe the Governor participates in parole proceedings. The Governor does, however, have the power to pardon and commute sentences. In exercising this power he would be issuing a get out of jail free card.
Robert Douglas Kane Jr's answer PACER. Go to the District of Minnesota BK Court website. You can search for businesses that filed for BK. I am not sure, however, how notice is given for the asset sale. I would assume there should be public notice.
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