I just would like to know if there is a possibility to do both because SLED is telling me I’d have to quit my reserve position. Thank you for your time! Have a blessed day!
answered on May 17, 2022
More information is needed to answer this question. However, if you signed an agreement or contract as a reserve deputy, this is the first place you should turn regarding whether you are permitted to pursue other employment.
What I was trying to say and not so many words is I got charged with the drugs but there's no charge or fines or tickets if anything to do with the truck how can they hold it
answered on Sep 2, 2021
IF the arresting agency alleges that the vehicle was used in the futherance of the "criminal enterprise" they can seize it.
(for example: you were stopped with the drugs in the vehicle)
answered on May 30, 2021
The likely charges are as follows:
Possession of a Weapon during the Commission of a Violent Crime.
I'm applying for an insurance license n I have a dismissed case. Legally what should I do
answered on Sep 25, 2017
I am an attorney in Oregon so keep in mind that SC law is likely different there. First, there may be a difference on what you need to and can do depending on what occurred in your case. Most legal matters are fact specific. For instance, if the prosecutor brought charges against you and then... Read more »
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