Facing a shutdown by the health department for cooking homemade meals in your kitchen can be disheartening, especially when your mission is to feed the sick and indigent. However, there are steps you can take to navigate this situation and continue your important work within legal boundaries....View More
If your driver's license is suspended in one state due to unpaid state taxes, this can affect your ability to obtain a driver's license in another state. Most states are part of the Driver's License Compact, an agreement that facilitates the exchange of information about license...View More
I am trying to apply for TSA PreCheck but they need more info about an open charge. In 1969 during a student protest in Baton Rouge, LA, I was arrested and charged, along with 10+ other students with a criminal charge. We were defended by the ACLU, I believe. However, after receiving the records... View More
In Louisiana, the notation "Pass without date" in a court case typically indicates that the case was postponed indefinitely. This can happen for various reasons, such as a lack of evidence, a decision not to prosecute, or other administrative reasons. However, without a specific dismissal...View More
When you apply for or renew a driver’s license in Louisiana, the process does include measures that are part of the state’s efforts to comply with federal and state laws. You should be aware that Louisiana law may require the capture of a photograph, signature, and possibly fingerprints for...View More
When obtaining or renewing a Louisiana driver's license, there may be certain privacy policies and agreements that applicants are required to acknowledge and sign. The specific laws and regulations governing this process can be found in the Louisiana Administrative Code, Title 55, which...View More
I had an arrest expunged, 2020 and graduated from lpn program in 2023, the arrest was not disclosed on the lpn application but was disclosed on the RN application that I was attending prior too. The board is now accusing me of fraud. I recieved an administrative code from 2020 stating I have... View More
While seeking information and guidance from this Board is good, yoou really should seek and consult with an attorney who handles Board work for the practitioner, and especially one who does this regularly in front of the nursing board---someone like that will have a better insight into what the...View More
You could ask your insurance agent to outline geographic boundaries of your coverage, or to provide the laws by which their underwriting department defines your coverage. However, even if they respond on that, they are not likely to identify specific offshore oil platforms that you would be...View More
46 CFR section 10.107 provides: Inland waters means the navigable waters of the United States shoreward of the Boundary Lines as described in part 7 of this chapter, excluding the Great Lakes, and, for towing vessels, excluding the Western Rivers.
Part 7 provides the following definition...View More
As a machine learning engineer, I'm interested in developing a service that offers a chat solution similar to ChatGPT (like the one from OpenAI), but specifically fine-tuned using public codes from municode.com. I'm considering seeking legal advice for this endeavor.
This could be something that intellectual property attorneys would have insight into, but your question remains open for two weeks. It may have been overlooked in the posted categories of Government & Municipal Law. Some questions go unanswered on this forum, but you could try reposting under...View More
I have a customer with an open charge account on net 30 day payment terms. His operations manager signed the credit application which in short says we reserve the right to charge interest on past due balances (1.5%/month). After seeing the writing on the wall and realizing I would have to get an... View More
This is a state law agency question, not really a bankruptcy question. However, it appears, from the facts you laid out that the operations manager likely was the owner's agent and therefore authorized to sign contracts on behalf of the business. For a better answer, however, you should...View More
This may be a violation of your rights, as public housing commissioners are entitled to due process before being terminated. You may want to request a copy of the meeting minutes from July 4, 2023, file a complaint with the housing authority, or consult with an attorney.
In answer to your question, no, however, if you have purchased a vehicle and seek to get it registered into your name, then generally you will have to pay tax on the purchase price of the vehicle which is approximately 10 percent (tax rate depends on which zip code you are residing and the tax rate...View More
Most information is needed to respond to your inquiry. You subdivision may have rules which addresses this and.or the parish/city where the vehicle is located may have an ordinance which defines your vehicle as a "junk vehicle" and regulates it. Of course, important things not provided...View More
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...View 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...View 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....View 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...View More
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