answered on Jan 9, 2023
I assume that you also paid this person. There are cases of fraud where a contractor accepts payment or partial payment and then leaves the area without doing any work or having the intention to do so. If you believe you may have been scammed, you may want to contact the non-emergency line and... Read more »
I am 32 year old full-time student, and was told I had to be under 25 to receive the college student membership rate. Is that legal? I feel like I meet the criteria and have the same monetary situation as a college student, and don't think my age should be considered.
Thank you for your time.
answered on Apr 4, 2020
It looks like something where they could essentially do what they want in terms of their fees. Those types of discounts - college students, veterans, union members, seniors, etc. are essentially up to the entity to do as it pleases. They implement them out of kindness, good will in the community,... Read more »
Apparently being pro se and trying to rescedule court on further hearing activated a warrant and upon my arrest it was without my appearance a bond was set two days later but i wasnt notified in jail for 6 days. Originally out on own recognance, seems it was staged for cash bond
answered on Jul 24, 2019
There isn't enough information to answer. It could be. It is common for a party to sign a paper with the next hearing date when released. Sometimes people don't even remember or really notice the hearing date when they sign this. This isn't mandatory and there are also other ways... Read more »
answered on May 13, 2011
In Nebraska, Disturbing the Peace is a Class III Misdemeanor, which carries a penalty of up to 3 months in jail and up to a $500 fine.
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