And intimidated by my coworker, our boss, our bosses boss who is also my coworkers mom. I filed an official grievance per comp policy over this. I have now been moved into a corner desk, restricted from speaking with coworkers, threatened with firing, and now they made a revision to our employee... Read more »
I would not sign the new handbook it you already believe that you will be fired. You did not mention how many employees the employer employs. I am assuming since you filed with the EEOC that it is at least 25. You really need to consult with and retain an employment law attorney. Most JUSTIA...Read more »
If usps drops of a bunch of mail and its up to security with no mail certification to sort mail and throw out “junk” mail which is up to discretion of the officer, then what crime is commited. Im looking for any reference to a statute in florida law. Also any reference to the possibility of... Read more »
Presumably residents have agreed that junk mail be discarded by security. If so, it would not be a crime to do so (and in any event it would be a federal matter; you will not find Florida state statutory law on the subject). Assuming that, you can be fired for refusing to do your job as assigned.
Last year I was scammed online about bitcoin job. I lost money, my debit cards were overdraft and almost lost apartment because of lack money. My and my boyfriends personal information were exposed to scammer. I do not have a lot of his personal info. But as I prove I have all messages, calls,... Read more »
It does not sound like this case would meet the requirement for physical or emotional injury. Police departments and prosecutors have been very stingy about signing off on them lately, so the weaker a case, the less likelihood of success. It also sounds like you are acknowledging proof problems,...Read more »
and was told by the head state attorny to take 3 years or 25 when the case was just a hear say im free now but what could i dowhen there was even evidence were being tamperd with by the police who arrested me
I am uncertain as to exactly what you are asking. However, if you believe that you were the victim of police officers who tampered with evidence...you may be able to pursue a claim for damages...you should move forward as quickly as possible...
I was contacted by a company called Start'Immo to work for them. I did about a months work and at that point, I was asked to cash a check for the company. I said I would because I was under the impression that it would be to deposit the check in the company account. However, the check has my name... Read more »
Ok so im getting charged with animal cruelty because I ran into Walmart and left my car running with the ac on but while I was in Walmart the ac broke and started blowing hot and caused my dog to die. The man from Walmart went out to my car and turned it off and rolled the windows down. my dog... Read more »
The Walmart employee could possibly get in trouble with Walmart, but that wouldn't affect your criminal case. It looks like you have a valid defense unless you had reason to believe that the A/C might fail.
I was sitting a parked car in the passenger seat of a vehicle with the car keys in my lap. while the driver was inside an apartment. I fell asleep, and I woke up to police. They pulled me out and searched. I had nothing on me but they found "7 or 8" OZ of heroin or meth, a lot of both, 100's of... Read more »
Yes you could have been arrested. If an officer is in a place where he has a legal right to be ("plain view" test) and he observed a controlled substance and you he could have arrested you. Although proximity (being in the same place) is not enough to convict you of possession (knowledge plus...Read more »
My son was convicted of a crime his girlfriend did, he was at the scene of the crime. he didn't know it took place and she never told him.a servelience camera shows them at the scene and he got charged with possession of his personal ring which his lawyer was informed was his not from the crime, he... Read more »
I was discharged from the military with a other than honorable for misconduct and a couple of days before being discharged I was taken to C.I.D on post and told that I needed to sign documentation to speed up my discharge. When I arrived my fingerprints were taken and they took what seemed like... Read more »
If the document was filed in a court proceeding and it is provably a counterfeit or fraudulent document the correct thing to do is contact a police agency and a criminal investigation will be undertaken. If a judgement was secured in the underlying mortgage civil action then the correct thing to...Read more »
It would not be the job of the lawyer who represented the Defendant to do anything. It would be up to the recipient of the restitution to file a claim for the unpaid amount against the Defendant's estate.
Our son is fine he spent a night in icu we were at a birthday party and the person who was supposed to be supervising him and 6 other kids (little kids) wasnt. He claims he didn't have my son nor did he see him come with the man to the pool. He found all the kids he said he was watching circled... Read more »
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