false protection order on me. final hearing in 2 days i cant get attorney. she has no police reports or evidence. her aunt may witness on her behalf and lie. can i use her past criminal history to discredit her testimony? forging priv. documents, fictitious name to avoid pro....fraudulent documents.
You can do so if they are convictions, and you obtain certified copies of the convictions from the court, or perhaps if the convictions occurred in the same court you are appearing in on the protective order, you can reference those cases by case number and the court can check the dockets if they...Read more »
Your question is not entirely clear, but a member of the military is a federal employee. Individuals who work for NOAA are federal employees as well. PHS helps aid federal agencies as the FDA and the CDC
I am a former government employee who left the federal government in 2014. My departure was due to an unethical SES who was removed from his director position due to complaints. Since leaving, I have worked as a contractor, I have passed my security checks. I am in the process of emailing my former... Read more »
The police can always ask. The question is, do you have a legally protected interest in keeping your flight records private from the police? The answer is no. If you would like a deep dive into all the data and information regularly collected from airline passengers and analyzed by the...Read more »
my boss has told me a lot of different things since I started this job, but he's continuously harassed me and now I was looking over my pay stub and realized that my pay has gone down. so legally was my boss able to give me a pay cut with any notification?
Really an employment law question here, and a popular one!
Salary and other work condition stability may be protected if you were hired under conditions-certain contract, or depending on employer's policies or related laws that may cover its government contracts that provide the money...Read more »
I am 70 years old. I asked a question during a town hall meeting at the senior wellness center I have attended daily for the last 7 years. The 55 year old program director, did not like the question because she did not have a valid answer, was embarrassed. She then filed a fictitious Barring... Read more »
A Washington, D.C. attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for four weeks. At this point, you could reach out to attorneys in the Libel & Slander sections to discuss. As a general note, keep in mind that such cases are not generally handled on a contingency basis the way...Read more »
Given the current political environment, it is very risky for you to leave the country at all because you may have an exceptionally hard time getting back in. It's even more risky if you are returning to your native country if you are alleging a reasonable fear of past or future persecution....Read more »
The general rule is you can apply for asylum based on sexual orientation if you are being abused in your home country because of your sexual orientation. You would have to prove fear of present persecution based on your sexual orientation and/or the potential of future persecution because of...Read more »
There is no crime defined in the District Of Columbia as "wanton endangerment." There are crimes of assault, mayhem, etc., that must involve another person as the victim of the offense. there may be other crimes depending on the specific acts involved. Your question is rather vague....Read more »
A District of Columbia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It's difficult to make an accurate guess as to the non-payment without seeing the policy and the denial, with any accompanying investigation reports or surveys. One option is to meet with an attorney...Read more »
A Washington, DC attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. Your post didn't include a question, but if you are wondering whether this could give rise to a legal cause of action, it could be a challenging case. You're looking at demonstrating damages that might...Read more »
You can look up any federally-registered trademark at the USPTO site, www.uspto.gov. Once you find the trademark, you can click on the registration number to find who owns the trademark, and that person's or company's contact information.
I have asked for a plumber - they are using a jack of all trades. I have asked to move into another empty unit, with the move fee waived - denied. I have asked for alternative accommodations until the repair and clean up is completed - denied. I have asked for a break in the rent, since the... Read more »
In DC, you're able to withhold rent for housing code violations and wastewater coming into your unit seems to qualify. The landlord may take you to court and you'd have to explain the housing code violation, but this is a viable remedy for you.
If your written client contracts do not prohibit assignment of the contract to others (standard boilerplate provisions often are included that do), then you can simply notify all clients that you have formally organized your business as an LLC and have assigned all existing contracts to that...Read more »
I responded to RFE with a new medical exam within the timeframe, but if he was on the approved list at the time I first got medical exam done is there any action I can take to speed up my case? I had to pay another $500 out of pocket for redoing something I had previously done correctly. The RFE... Read more »
You should have responded with proof of the MD's qualifications. however, since you already went ahead and spent the $500.00 there is nothing you can do. Your case may be placed in it original place in line if you submit the foregoing now.
Most likely not as that could be considered a 'famous trademark' with an existing registration. But for a greater level of certainty, you may consider requesting a full trademark search and legal opinion. Please call or email with any further questions.
I hired a lawyer that can practice in DC, however, his firm is based in Atlanta, Georgia. This lawyer lied, filed documents without my consent, and disappeared by not responding to emails and text messages, etc. and my case was just dismissed due to his erratic behavior.
It sound like you may have a legal malpractice claim against the firm. Without more details, it's hard to provide more information, but it's certainly worth exploring and I'm sure anyone who responds would be happy to help if you decide to engage an attorney. Good luck.
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