Cheryl Ann Wulf's answer I would suggest you speak to someone in the Human Resources to find out why they are not withholding the correct amount. It may be that they need a corrected withholding order or possibly you are not earning enough money for them to withhold the full amount. The income withholding order should indicate the amount to be withheld depending on how often you are paid, weekly, bi-weekly, etc.
Sec. 84.001. TIME SET FOR HEARING. (a) On the filing of an application for a protective order, the court shall set a date and time for the hearing unless a later date is requested by the applicant. Except as provided by Section 84.002, the court may not set a date later than the 14th day after the date the application is filed.
(b) The court may not delay a hearing on an application in order to consolidate it with a hearing on a subsequently...
Grant St Julian III's answer What you describe is possible; it depends on the defendant's legal status as to right of access to the property in question. Talking with an attorney about the specific facts of the situation would help. Good luck,.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer Every court and agency has a slightly different set of abbreviations. Sometimes they are different between courts in the same county. The only way to be 100% certain of the meaning is to contact the organization who used the abbreviation and ask them what they meant.
Sec. 43.25. SEXUAL PERFORMANCE BY A CHILD. (a) In this section:
(1) "Sexual performance" means any performance or part thereof that includes sexual conduct by a child younger than 18 years of age.
(2) "Sexual conduct" means sexual contact, actual or simulated sexual intercourse, deviate sexual intercourse, sexual bestiality, masturbation, sado-masochistic abuse, or lewd exhibition of the genitals, the anus, or any portion of the female breast below...
Grant St Julian III's answer Once released from prison on parole, you son will be transferred to the county where his probation violation is pending. When he is brought before the Court that granted his probation, the request for time served can be made then.
Grant St Julian III's answer Yes, any citation or criminal charge CAN get dismissed. What will happen in your particular case depends on the particular facts of your situation. Call a local lawyer. Good luck.
Herman Martinez's answer If your case was dismissed you qualify for something better than a non a disclosure. It is called an expungement. It is better because the Government will ordered to remove and destroy all your records pertaining to that arrest. A non disclosure allows the Government to keep your records, but keeps it from the public.
Gary D. Peak's answer It depends on whether you are guilty or innocent. Whether you want to take a plea or go to trial. And whether you have a good attorney. It also depends on what kind of criminal history you have, if any. If you can't afford an attorney then you can request a court appointed. But, if I were you I would be trying to hire one to help get the bond lowered, or make a quick deal to keep you from having to sit or pay a bond, if you are guilty.
Kiele Linroth Pace's answer You could be charged and convicted in civilian court. This question is marked "Texas" and, in Texas, an adult who has consensual sex with a sixteen-year-old has committed the felony offense of Sexual Assault. It is a strict liability crime, which means it doesn't matter if you knew here age, or if she lied about her age. There is no "good faith" exception for belief that she was of legal age. However, even if she was actually 16 it is still a crime because the age of consent in Texas is...
The question is, did you already plea? If so, it is very difficult to set aside the plea.
If you have not accepted the plea, you simply have to find an attorney you feel confident can do a better job. Problem is, until an attorney sees the discovery and what evidence the prosecution as supporting their claim, and the admission you have from other person that she did it, they can't what they think...
Gary D. Peak's answer First, what evidence do you have showing it didn't happen the way they claim? Witnesses? Video? As you see online all the time, there are video's showing law enforcement using deadly force when not necessary, or using excessive force against citizens. But, before an attorney is willing to spend their money to help pursue such case, there needs to be some substantial original evidence causing them to believe it is a good case to pursue.
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