Contact you local government and see if they will do anything---that would be most cost-effective. If local government does not help then you can sue seeking removal based on it being a nuisance and/or danger but if you are suing, then you are paying for your justice. I would contact a local...Read more »
On something this important and in the public eye, you really should speak to a lawyer and discuss the specifics of this with said lawyer. Furthermore, you may want to seek an opinion/ruling from the ethics board on this -----you can draft a letter to the ethic board or I recommend hiring of an...Read more »
I was arrested a while back for marijuana possession and went through a diversion program and the arrest was expunged. What should I do if I forgot to disclose that in filing for a permit with the Mississippi State gaming association as part of an internal auditor application?
If this is a parish government position which is considered classified, then the employee might be entitled to some protection per the rules for classified employees----contact the parish government's human resources department and see if it will provide you the rules for classified employees....Read more »
If you can provide that the pothole was unreasonably dangerous and/or defective to a reasonable prudent person, and that the custodian of the pothole knew and or should have known of this condition, then yes. Among the first things you should do is either consult an attorney to represent you on...Read more »
No unless wheels removed and up on blocks (immobilized) you must have insurance. If unauthorized driver was ticketed for a moving violation, you will also have your license suspended until you sell the car or you get insurance.
In Louisiana, a felony drug convict is ineligible for SNAP benefits for one year after the completion of all terms of his sentence, including any probation, jail sentence, suspended jail sentence, etc.
In Louisiana, a person with a felony conviction for drug use/possession is ineligible for SNAP benefits for a period of one year after the completion of any sentence imposed as a result of such conviction.
My son attends the school in our area. When asked verbally to stop services from an outside agency the school counselor stated she misunderstood. There was a conference call shortly after this incident stating again I did not want an outside counselor agency coming to the school to see my son. The... Read more »
If your probation is over, all your fines and supervision fees have been paid you can get it expunged now. Even if your probation isn"t over, if all the supervision fees have been paid, you can get your probation terminated now and get it expunged.
I found a friend od. I called 911 police and emt arrived. They searched house but there were no drugs. They searched my purse and I had bc powder in a bottle of tylenol. And was arrested charged with possession n man. Of herion. They tested it for cocaine but refused to test for her. I had to spend... Read more »
How can I remove “active disqualification” to “inactive or expired”? The FNS says it will not have a bearing on my job hunting. When I get an interview, the background check came back racketeering and active disqualification.
As a general matter, bills are usually written by lawmakers. They can also come from other elected officials as well. But lawmakers should be attentive to the voices of their constituents, and many lawmakers welcome correspondence from citizens as to their ideas and thoughts. You could contact the...Read more »
hello I have a question I am an American citizen what happened is that a family member of mine was involved in a drug related crime and needs someone to put him in a lawyer and ask me to help him put up a lawyer and give my name and taxes to the lawyer I do not have I would like to know if this... Read more »
my uncle is in Louisiana and he got in to a fight with a policeman so the judge gave him 3 months in jail and 2 years of public service under control but my uncle did not admit to the crime he was afraid that they will send him back to his country since he is not an American citizen yet so what do... Read more »
He should schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney and show him/her his record of conviction. The attorney can advise him as to whether the conviction renders him deportable from the US, and if any relief is available to him.
Hire a criminal attorney. Not enough details to give you an opinion.
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