Fleeing or evading law enforcement can lead to felony charges even if you follow traffic laws and go to a safe area. It's important to comply with law enforcement instructions during traffic stops to avoid potential legal consequences.
My child goes to the public school here in the It's state grade rank is F. They do not learn anything from the teachers bc the students are so out of control during class. My kids come home crying every day bc they're being bullied or harassed by other students, mainly racial slurs bc... View More
it may be possible to appeal a school board's decision on a district transfer. Start by reviewing the school district's transfer policy and procedures. If the district has an appeals process, follow the specified steps and deadlines to submit a formal appeal.
One needs proof in any legal dispute. What you need to do is write the individuals at the school with whom you spoke. Copy the principal and superintendent. If you previously wrote to or spoke to the school about this matter, reference the dates that those communications occur. Explain to the...View More
I, Dad, have joint legal custody, whereas 'Mom' has paramount physical, custody, and care. In the order, I was granted permission to change one of our daughters' names (Child S) as the other already had my last name (Child F). Child S is enrolled in school as SR instead of SH. She... View More
You certainly recognize the problem, and the fact that a lawyer could help. You can order a birth certificate at the clerk's office in the county where she was born if it is in Florida. In other situations, contact the Bureau of Vital Statistics for the state of birth.
No. If they are charged with a subsequent offense, then the State has ultimate discretion to charge them as habitual, whether as an 81- or an 83-habitual.
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