Timur Akpinar's answer A non-imposed constitution is developed by the people under ordinary circumstances. The other, as the word describes, is imposed upon people in circumstances such as the aftermath of a war.
Timur Akpinar's answer A teacher’s First Amendment rights include freedom of speech and a number of other fundamental freedoms. Freedom of speech is not absolute, meaning that certain forms of speech are not protected. These include speech which incites, is obscene, defamatory, and a number of other prohibited forms of speech. The policies of a school could have a role in determining what type of speech is or is not permitted.
Timur Akpinar's answer The nature of an action is the type of case it is - contract, tort, infringement, etc. The complexity is just what the word means - whether it involves multiple parties, difficult legal theories, expert opinions, etc. Merit essentially means the validity of the action.
Timur Akpinar's answer If you are not able to find laws in your ordinary searches under civil, traffic, recreational, and other laws, you could check with your elected officials on the city council, assembly, and other local, city, and state government bodies. One of the problems with skateboarding is that many places and parks do not want it because they consider it a liability, meaning that they’re afraid of getting sued if someone injures themselves or someone else. Good luck.
Charles M. Baron's answer The answer to your final question is yes, the Florida Statutes permit tape recording and video recording of all HOA member meetings and board meetings. If you cannot find that yourself in the on-line statutes, I suggest you consult an attorney to find it for you. If the HOA directors still won't cooperate after being referred to the statute, you can file a lawsuit for injunctive relief - or you can start with hiring an attorney to send them a nasty letter threatening to bring suit....
Timur Akpinar's answer That’s a tough one. It’s no surprise you weren’t able to find anything. Due process is a constitutional protection against the taking of one’s life, liberty, or property by the government without first applying certain legal measures. It’s hard to see the connection.
Brent T. Geers' answer Sounds like there is some family dynamic issues going on that you should discuss with your mom. Aside from that, your mom is well within her right to take the phone away. Her house, her rules. If you are 18, or something like this happens after you turn 18, you could take the phone, leave, and find your own place to live.
Timur Akpinar's answer The U.S. Constitution broadly grants many freedoms and rights to the people. However, there can be limitations on these freedoms based on issues of public policy, safety, maintaining order, etc. The government’s position would be that such restrictions are in place to prevent injuries to cyclists and pedestrians that could result from allowing them to be in the close proximity of cars traveling at 60-plus mph.
Timur Akpinar's answer I don’t practice in Colorado, but your question hasn’t been picked up for three weeks. Here are some answers for your questions. The nature of an action means how it might be characterized. For instance, is it a contract claim involving a business dispute? Is it a tort claim for negligence or an intentional wrong? The complexity means just what the word suggests. Does the action involve many details, facts, events, actions, multiple legal theories, etc. The merit of a claim goes to the...
Timur Akpinar's answer If you are interested in the field, you should not let such comments discourage you. People say many things about certain lines of work, and such opinions are sometimes based on their personal feelings or the social norms they grew up with. You should try to learn as much about the field as possible before investing your time and money in preparing for it. Forensic examiner work in the criminal justice area could be difficult, as it can involve gathering evidence from crime scenes. But the term...
Brent T. Geers' answer It sounds like the MDOC is using subsequent misconduct to deny restoration of visiting privileges. That is very different from an initial determination. In a nutshell, they are saying "our policy wouldn't allow us to take away visitations for this latest ticket, but because of this latest ticket, we're not restoring visitation".
William John Light's answer This is a very specialized inquiry involving detailed knowledge of California and Federal statutory and regulatory law. You will need to consult an expert attorney in gun law. A web search should point you in the right direction.
William John Light's answer If you are non-compliant, you will probably have to fix the issue and pay him some bucks. If you want to contest the non-compliance, get a lawyer and prepare to spend a lot more to defend yourself.
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