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3 Answers | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts, Traffic Tickets and DUI / DWI for Illinois on
Q: My license has been revoked for over 10 years. I was caught driving a month ago. Can I get a license again in Illinois
Theodore J. Harvatin
Theodore J. Harvatin answered on Jan 21, 2020

Unless you have 4 or more convictions for DUI yes you can. First you have to resolve the driving while revoked ticket. Then you will have to have a hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State. There’s a long process to getting ready for that and you should consider retaining an attorney.

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Government Contracts for Virginia on
Q: Dbids afi 31-113 for base proceedures. Can a commander bar you from base based on a 27 years old conviction?

My dbids access card was recently flagged for something that happened 27 years ago in Salinas CA. Im honorable discharged Combat Veteran of 23 years. I work on base at fort eustis, VA.

F. Paul Maloof
F. Paul Maloof answered on Dec 27, 2019

I regret that I do not handle military base access card matters. Sorry.

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Municipal Law for California on
Q: Who does make sure cities in a state ( California) comply with state laws?
Michael Doland
Michael Doland answered on Dec 24, 2019

Your question is too vague to permit any analysis. What laws?

1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation and Government Contracts for Georgia on
Q: My husband fell 4 ft off a dock at work, when he has Dr. appt. is workers comp responsible to pay him for the hours he's

Out of work because he fractured his right hand, broke 2 teeth and chipped several others also scared his nose and had a bump on his head

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Dec 22, 2019

I'm sorry for your husband's injuries. Your question remains open for three weeks; do not lose further time. Your husband should seriously consider contacting a workers' comp attorney to outline what he must do to preserve his rights in a WC claim in a timely manner. Most workers' comp attorneys... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Lemon Law for Kentucky on
Q: If someone has a warrant in one state can you sit your time out in a different state on a class c missdamenor

If you have a warrant in the state of Texas for a class c missdamenor Theft under 100$ can you sit your time out in the state of Kentucky if u don't live in Texas no more

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Nov 16, 2019

Not unless you have a lawyer arrange that for you down in Texas so it runs concurrent with Kentucky time.

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts for Maine on
Q: Are road building contractors required to be certified by the state?

Contractor rebuilding a road in town, wondered if there are licensing or certification requirements?

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Oct 14, 2019

A Maine attorney could answer you best, but your question remains open for two weeks. You could check with the Maine Department of Transportation to see if they offer information/resources for contractors. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for New York on
Q: Can Federal Labor law requiring employers to pay you overtime for mandatory training be waived in a Union Contract

I am a County Employee. As part of our collective bargaining agreement, the county requires us to attend mandatory training on our own time. My question is- can FLSA / Labor Law be negotiated away in a collective bargaining agreement?

V. Jonas Urba
V. Jonas Urba answered on Oct 7, 2019

Looks like that requires a thorough reading and analysis of your collective bargaining agreement. Most employment lawyers will probably charge for reviewing and analyzing employment contracts.

You can always present that issue to PERB the NYS Public Employment Relations Board. Generally,...
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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Government Contracts for Indiana on
Q: If I signed a contract but they had the complete wrong last name stated for me. Is that valid?

And can you sue someone over a contract if the only information you have about them is their first name. No address, no last name, no anything else.

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Sep 21, 2019

I can't speak for state-specific requirements for contracts under Indiana law. But your question remains open for a month. As a general legal premise, there are certain fundamental requirements for a contract to be valid, such as the proper identification of the parties, the exactness and certainty... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts on
Q: Is 24seven can charge for carry bag ? Like paper bag or jute bag and they also have their logo on it.
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Sep 19, 2019

Many places have instituted the charges now, depending on the city or county.

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Government Contracts, Libel & Slander and Native American Law for California on
Q: I wanted to know what I can do about TANF in pala Ca.? They have stressed me to the point of being ill and depressed.

I have proof that they mistreated me and recordings, I know that they have a personal vendetta with me.

Louis George Fazzi
Louis George Fazzi answered on Sep 10, 2019

You have to provide a lot more detail in order to get decent legal advice. This is probably not the best forum for getting an answer for you. Contact the County Bar Association in the county in which the local office of TANF is located, and ask for a civil rights attorney referral. The initial... Read more »

Q: SSDI hearing

Will I get denied if I do not have an attorney at my court hearing?

Cristina M. Lipan
Cristina M. Lipan answered on Aug 19, 2019

You won't get denied just because you don't have an attorney, but you're much more likely to be successful if you have one. That's because an attorney will know what records you need and will argue why you should be considered disabled. However, you will need to get an attorney as soon as the... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts on
Q: Problem is related to moot.
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Jul 24, 2019

Part of your question may have inadvertently gotten cut off when you uploaded. You could try reposting the question. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

1 Answer | Asked in Government Contracts for Tennessee on
Q: In 2007 I had a drug felony. My job has asked me to get notarized. Can I?
Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Jul 12, 2019

Not sure of your question. But if you were convicted, not just charged, with a Felony, then you cannot be a Notary Public in Tennessee...You may wish to check with the Court Clerk where the charge was, to see what the actual disposition was.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Law, Contracts and Government Contracts for California on
Q: Won a Federal Government Purchase Order, Manufacturer not honoring their price quote they had provided us with initially

Hello, my firm won a Federal Government Purchase Order roughly $9k based on an initial quote received from a distributor of the goods who were in turn quoted by the manufacturer. Now that I have the PO on hand, manufacturer is not releasing the order because they are saying that they quoted the... Read more »

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on Jul 11, 2019

Free practical advice offered for the last 41 years to people starting or operating small businesses:

The main difference between successful small businesses and those that fail within a relatively short period of time is good legal advice. The owners of most successful small businesses...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for Massachusetts on
Q: Who can contact me and help me with a complicated legal concern with a federal job?

I was hired after informing my job about my year long pending court trail and after working for 86 days they verbally put me on a unpaid suspension. When I asked for more information and asked for my suspension to be put in writing they stop responding to me, yet I am still working but not able to... Read more »

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar answered on Jul 10, 2019

An attorney can't contact you; that isn't the way it works. This is only a question and answer board. You could contact an attorney using the Find a Lawyer section, or you could conduct your own independent searches. You can add Employment Law to your categories, and hopefully your question would... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Election Law, Gov & Administrative Law, Government Contracts and Public Benefits for Georgia on
Q: how do I be a part of the senate in the state of Georgia in 2019?

I am a 29 year civilian ga resident in the state of ga.

I will be 30 years old in the next two months in August. What do I have to do? I have been a local resident in the city of Decatur for 10 years.

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on May 23, 2019

in most states you petition to get on the ballot. Contact the Ga.Secretary of State's office. Good luck!

1 Answer | Asked in Workers' Compensation, Banking, Federal Crimes and Government Contracts for California on
Q: The judge didn't appoint a guardian ad litem my lawyer ask for it they never said he could cash my checks what do I do

Judge stated that guardian only gave rides help with housing health care mange money he doesn't give me my checks I'm homeless no doctor need meds

Ronald Mahurin
Ronald Mahurin answered on May 20, 2019

If the WCJ did not appoint a guardian then you have none and you should be cashing your checks, not someone else. Speak to the WC carrier and demand that the checks be sent directly to you. If someone then takes the checks and cashes them, it is a matter for the district attorney.

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Gov & Administrative Law and Government Contracts for California on
Q: Falsely accusation by a co-worker. My Manager and that co-worker are best friend.

I received a falsely accused complaint from a co-worker for pushing and hitting her. The accusation in fact comes right after another co-worker complaint about her best friend (aka her direct supervisor and my supervisor) because the supervisor gave her work to the lower level employee. I belong to... Read more »

Neil Pedersen
Neil Pedersen answered on May 15, 2019

You need to speak to your union representative right away. These kinds of interpersonal conflicts are very difficult to prevail in given the politics involved and the fact that so many things are subject to interpretation. If the union does not provide you with the assistance you need, you should... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Criminal Law and Government Contracts for Georgia on
Q: I am currently in a pre-trial diversion program and Just got a summons for a trial court date. What can I expect?

I have completed all the requirements for the pre-trial contract, I just wasn't expecting to have to go back to court after signing the pre-trial agreement.

Ecleynne Mercy
Ecleynne Mercy answered on Apr 14, 2019

Just call the court and ask. They will tell you. It could potentially just be a status hearing.

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