I will be sacked by 4pm. I then send my resignation by 4:30pm same today. But the sacked letter came at 6:50pm. Does my resignation stands, since I don’t have to give a notice period to also resign. Context with Nigeria
In your situation, where you're employed under a probationary period in Louisiana, and you submitted your resignation after being informed of your impending dismissal but before receiving the official termination letter, the timing of these actions is crucial.
I was once told that in the rules and regulations handed down by the Secretary of State of the United States that the very first question that a police officer is supposed to ask is if you are a USCitizen, because if you are not a USCitizen they may not have jurisdiction over you and technically... View More
The information you received is not accurate. In the United States, police officers are not required to ask about citizenship status at the beginning of an encounter. Law enforcement officials have jurisdiction over everyone within their area of authority, regardless of citizenship status. This...View More
I am trying to apply for TSA PreCheck but they need more info about an open charge. In 1969 during a student protest in Baton Rouge, LA, I was arrested and charged, along with 10+ other students with a criminal charge. We were defended by the ACLU, I believe. However, after receiving the records... View More
In Louisiana, the notation "Pass without date" in a court case typically indicates that the case was postponed indefinitely. This can happen for various reasons, such as a lack of evidence, a decision not to prosecute, or other administrative reasons. However, without a specific dismissal...View More
In the United States, the requirement for a non-driving individual to identify themselves to law enforcement varies by state and situation. Generally, if a law enforcement officer has reasonable suspicion that a person is involved in criminal activity, they may request identification....View More
A crime was committed inside city limits by someone who lives outside of city limits. Can the city police go out of city limits and conduct a search and seizer and arrest without a parish sheriff's officer present . Now the person being accused lives 10 miles from the city limits. Different... View More
In Louisiana, city police officers typically have jurisdiction within their own city limits. However, they can conduct investigations and make arrests outside of their city under certain circumstances. For a crime committed within their city, if the suspect resides outside the city limits, city...View More
i believe someone has stolen my identity and has all my communications and internet blocked and t they are also putting pics and possible video to various sites. also i believe that they have been trying to harm me intoxicating me. i dont know the reason yet but im working on it. idont know what to... View More
In Louisiana, if you suspect identity theft and are experiencing blocked communications, it's essential to take immediate action. Start by trying to contact your parole officer through alternative means, such as visiting their office in person, to explain the situation.
In Bossier Parish, Louisiana, to pursue a lawsuit or legal action for a hardship license, the process typically involves filing specific legal documents or motions with the court. This legal action is usually associated with the Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) for obtaining a hardship or...View More
Ignoring the warrant can result in arrest and additional complications, so it's crucial to address the issue promptly. Depending on the circumstances, it might be possible to resolve the matter without being taken into custody, especially if you can show that missing the court date was...View More
This may be a violation of your rights, as public housing commissioners are entitled to due process before being terminated. You may want to request a copy of the meeting minutes from July 4, 2023, file a complaint with the housing authority, or consult with an attorney.
Constitutional Law § 101 all citizens be free to travel throughout the length and breadth of the United States uninhibited by statutes, rules, or regulations which unreasonably burden or restrict this movement.
The constitutional right to travel is not an absolute right and is subject to reasonable regulation by the government. Requirements for vehicle registration and proof of insurance are generally considered to be reasonable regulations to ensure the safety of drivers and passengers on public roads....View More
I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing these issues. I recommend contacting your local Section 8 office or the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for assistance. You can find your local Section 8 office by visiting the HUD website and using the Office Locator tool. You can...View More
If you plead guilty and the court ordered the forfeiture of your property, you may not be able to receive your possession back. In general, when property is forfeited, it becomes the property of the government, and the owner loses all rights to it. However, in some cases, a court may allow the...View More
I went into this store and was not even in the store for 5 minutes a sales associate called security. He told security that I was in there stealing and was banned from the store. Security approached and told me what was going and said I had to leave I told him I did not know what he was talking... View More
A Louisiana attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Although you were treated badly in the store, from a legal standpoint, it does not sound like a case that a law firm would consider handling on a contingency basis. And if there were no tangible damages, it...View More
I was pulled over by an unmarked vehicle with four men not in uniform. They did not identify themselves. I exited my vehicle to see what they needed. They immediately pushed me on the hood of the vehicle and placed me in handcuffs. They searched me extensively without a warrant and without my... View More
If you have been offered a plea bargain of 30 years based on your post, then something (perhaps a lot) is missing. That said, just on the amount of time you are offered, you need to immediately hire a criminal defense attorney to make sure your rights are protected and that you are aware of your...View More
Was sued for breaking a 2yr rental contract. 3 months into the new rental with exgirlfriend, i was told by police that I could not return to the property because of( arguing with exgirlfriend). She stay in rental for a year then abandoned it. I missed court so the judge said I owe 30,000. I'm... View More
You do not mention when your court date is, however, you need to go about hiring an attorney between now and then. If you are able to hire an attorney before then, then he (ad you) will decide whether or not to seek a continuance. If you do not think you will be able to hire an attorney before...View More
If you are seeking money damages then you need a civil rights or 1983 attorney. Use the Justia Find an Attorney tab and search for attorneys in your area who have an area of practice which includes this.
My significant other and I were arrested on August 8, 2020, for a supposed warrant for felony cruelty to a juvenile. We were both incarcerated for the next seven days until my boss, at the time, bailed us out. We are still both puzzled as to how and why this occurred, in the first place. We were... View More
I get pulled over and police start with all their questions...id, where are you going, why, who bla bla....if they dont immediately state why they pulled me over and ask for id insurance registration...do i have to id? what are my passengers required to do?
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