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Attorney General And Inspector General?
Do Attorney General And Inspector General Have Law Enforcement Authority
The attorney general of a state is an elected official who has some law enforcement authority. An attorney general is known as the chief law enforcement officer of the state, just as the elected county prosecutor (DA, SA or whatever) is the chief law enforcement officer of the county/borough/parish..
They do not have arrest authority and in most states cannot carry a gun for LE use but they do control the use of the criminal and civil laws by the county and state.
Fro example a person cannot be formally charged and brought to court on any felony without a prosecutor's approve, either the AG or the DA.
As far as inspector general goes that depends on the specific charter and/or law creating that office.
My city has an inspector general and under the state law that person has some LE authority. They can subpoena, they can have investigators who are sworn, armed, officers certified by the state to enforce their orders.
Other cities, counties and government entities may have inspector generals but they may have no LE power, what they do is investigate and look for wrong doing and report same to their boss.
What Is An Administrative Law Judge?
Is It An Actual Judge Or Something Else?
I am a commercial construction litigation paralegal. What does that mean? I deal with ALJ's all the time. This is often a hard concept to understand because the common layperson will never meet an ALJ unless you have ties to the government. In my case, we aid contractors in getting paid when the state feels it doesn't have to.
An ALJ is indeed a judge that is required to pass a special test prior to becoming an ALJ. What makes them different from a traditional judge is ALJ's hear matters that pertain ONLY to governmental agencies and entities. In my case, we often run into ALJ's when a general contractor/subcontractor has a legal issue with a contract against the state or state run entity. Example, contractor A is owed $1,000,000 by the state department of transportation. Contractor A submits their request for equitable adjustment and payment is still denied even though they are rightly entitled. Contractor A employs an attorney to file a petition with the State Office of Administrative Hearings to go through "court like proceedings" before an ALJ.
Often, you are not allowed to sue the state directly. Government agencies are often protected by some kind of immunity; therefore making district court/state court action impossible. In order to maintain a form of justice and due process, the state agencies have an "administrative" procedure in place. You petition the state office of administrative hearings for legal relief and the matter is then heard before an ALJ. Each state is different in the power they grant the ALJ.
Can Anyone Help With A Legal Advice?
My Daughter Was Awarded A Large Sum Of Money For A Wrongful Death Lawsuit For Her Father. She Is A Minor And Only 9Yrs Old. My Daughter Can Not Get The Money Until She Turns 18Yrs Old It Is In A Court Blocked Account. My Daughter Wants To Go To Private School And Take Music Lessons Which I Can Not Afford. Is There Any Way That Her Trust Fund Can Be Altered By The Courts For Her To Do These Things That I Can Not Afford? If So, What Do I Need To Do?
You need to hire a attorney to do a petition to release funds, so that you can get the money you need for your daughter. You personally can't get the money. The court will order that the money goes directly to the school or music lessons, if they approve it. Personally I think 9 years is to young to make the decisions about school. The trust account will do a check directly to the school completely leaving you out. So if you think you are going to get any money, forget it. Any time your daughter needs something you will have to have a petition done. You must also itemize everything, because there will be no money left over. This is because in the past parents take the money for themselves leaving the child with nothing when they turn 18, it 's 21 in my state. All accounting must be approved by the court.
What Is A Service Letter Law?
Service Letter Act is a statute requiring employers generally or employers of particular classes to give employees upon termination of their employment, letters setting forth the nature and duration of the services rendered and the cause of leaving.
How Many Parents Have A Legal Will?
A Question That I Saw Earlier Got Me Thinking About Legal Wills And Such And I Was Wondering How Many Parents Actually Have A Legal Will In Effect??
Me And My Hubby Don'T We Plan To Have One Made Up Sometime Though,We Really Don'T Have Anything Of Value To Have A Will Except Our Children.
That's precisely why the hubby and I wrote our will. To make sure our wishes for raising our daughter were spelled out in the unlikely event of our mutual demise. A lot of people don't do it because its unpleasant to think about the end of ones life, but when it comes to your kids you really need to have a will and a living will made out so that there is no question about what you would want in your final hours and when you pass. Its not about "leaving" anything to anybody.
Our living will discloses IN DETAIL what measures we want taken should we be incapacitated. We've also added a portion about our wishes about funeral and burial. Our will, like I mentioned above, spells out who gets our daughter (and any future children) when and why.
This is something you really NEED to do in addition to all the other "unpleasant but necessary" items like life insurance and such.
What Are The Cartels Or Trusts?
What Are The Cartels Or Trusts? Why Are They Important With Regard To The Economy Of The Late 19Th Century?
Trusts were cooperative organizations consisting of companies working within the same market. By forming a trust, the companies could agree upon various sides of their operation, like the price of their product, how much to produce and so on. For example they could agree to reduce production in order to increase demand. Trusts would dominate their given market (say for example the trade in bananas), and effectively crush anyone trying to operate outside of the rules of the trust by for instance dumping prices. Trusts in this form are illegal in most countries, as they undermine the concept of free competition.
On of the most famous examples of a trust is Standard Oil, run by John D. Rockefeller from 1870 until it was forced to break up by the US Supreme Court in 1911.The case of Standard Oil played a key part in inspiring the first anit-trust law in the US, a law which was soon copied in Europe.
Cartels are pretty much the same thing.
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