I was convicted under Article 128 at General Court Martial. Sentence consisted of Rank reduction, forfeiture of pay and 90 days hard labor without confinement. After conviction, my enlistment was extended 297 days under 10 U.S.C. 12305 in order to deploy to Iraq for a second tour of duty. I... Read more »
If you were taken to a General Courts-Martial (not a Special, Summary, or Article 15), then you have a felony conviction. That conviction will prevent you from ever possessing a firearm or ammunition. Possession of such is a federal (civilian) offense and a crime in all state jurisdictions.
I am a patient that is being treated for opioid dependency. I am worried about this bill that may become law. I have a documented allergy on file to suboxone so I am treated with mono buprenorphine. This law would make it illegal for a doctor to write it to me. I didnt know what law practice area... Read more »
You need to speak with the group that is lobbying against it. Who those are I wouldn't know. Look at newpaper articles on it--it will usually say "......however, Billie Joe McAlister, spokesperson for Not So Fast, a group of opiod treatment professionals said that......." With the internet...Read more »
Depends on the situation. But frequently surveillance videos are allowed that show other people. Talk to your lawyer if you had one there. The lawyer wouldn't be violating anything if the Court allowed it.
Usually an employer can fire you for most any reason, or no reason, since employment is at will. Exceptions apply if one was fired because you were in a protected class, as in you were fired because you were Muslim. Being arrested is not a protected class.
If you are referring to licensed concealed carry reciprocity then the answer is no. Maryland does not have reciprocity with West Virginia; however, Pennsylvania does. If you are simply talking about transporting an unloaded and unconcealed weapon across state lines, you will need to consult the...Read more »
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