he went to school for grant writing i have never did anything like this im starting my own non-profit its going to be a treatment based on how we heal as native people from our addicrions i feel he knows what he doing i dont want him to be sneaky and take over on something i worked hard for and... View More
To protect your interests in your non-profit and its intellectual property, it's essential to establish clear agreements in writing. Consider drafting a contract that outlines the scope of work, duties, and limitations of the grant writer's role, ensuring it includes confidentiality and...View More
I'm sorry for your loss and the difficult situation you're facing. If an injunction has been filed in Tribal Court, it's essential to respond to it and ensure your rights and interests are protected. Since this is a matter in Tribal Court, the proceedings might differ from state or...View More
I was convicted of possession with intent to distribute while I was going to college in Albuquerque NM. The school I was going to was a Federal Native American College. The security guard said he stopped me because "smoke was rolling out of my windows" when I was pulling on to the campus.... View More
Probably not at this stage. Perhaps you should have a full discussion with a post conviction relief attorney in Albequerque
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