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Attention Any And All Employment Lawyers...Please Read
Ok...So Yesterday I Went To My Classroom (I Am A Teacher) To Clean Out My Books, Personal Items, Educational Materials Etc. I Was Leaving On Good Terms. I Was Just Going To Take Another Position In Another School Doing Something Else. When I Got To School My Principal Went Through All Of My Desk Drawers Taking Personal Records That Were Just Anecdotal In Nature. There Wasnt Anything Damaging To My Knowledge But I Dont Remember Every Scrap That Was In There. I Had A Few Important Records Of Parent Phone Calls, My Principal And I's Conversations And Things. She Admitted To Shredding What She Wanted. Can She Do That? Isnt There Any Privacy Laws That Would Protect My Personal Things. I Feel Very Very Betrayed. Like I Said, She And I Had A Good Relationship And I Am Shocked She Would Do This. She Said She Was Getting It Ready For The New Teacher But She Never Went In Anything Else Like My Bookshelves Or File Cabinets. It Would Appear She Was Looking For Information. Oh And She Denied A Request I Had Because I Got Pregnant And I Had Records On That. So It Was Like She Took Things That Could Be Damaging To Her. Any Answers Would Be Awesome!
Now you've learned three of the big rules in business -
1) take ALL your personal stuff home before you give your notice
2) never ever leave notes about your employment, problems with the boss or coworkers, disciplinary actions, etc., at work - take them home and keep them in a safe place
3) Never ever use an employer's computers to make notes, store notes, or email notes to yourself. Everything you do can be retrieved, and anything you do on an employer's computer technically belongs to the employer.
By the way, you don't mention where you are. If you're in the UK or Canada or Australia, the answers you need may be very different than if you're in the US. So if you would edit your question to add that detail, it would help.
As for whether or not the principal can go through your personal notes that were in your desk, that's definitely something to be answered by an attorney who practices in your state. It isn't uncommon to have an employee pack their things under the supervision of a security guard or someone in management with the employer, but extensive searches of personal notes aren't common unless the employee worked with highly sensitive or proprietary data/systems/information.
So My Boyfriends 17, Im 15. Weve Been Together 4 Months Now But His Parents Say We Need To Break Up Because He'Ll Be 18 Soon And If We Have Sex I Could Potentially Put Him In Jail. Is There Any Type Of Legal Document I Could Get To Either Say We Wont Have Sex Or If We Do I Wont Sue?
Any Ideas Of How We Could Convince His Parents Would Be Awesome Too :)
The decision whether or not sex would be legal is not yours or anyone else's to make. It is the state's. If you have sex in violation of law where you live, the state would prosecute either your boyfriend or both of you if the activity were reported. For instance, the age of consent in Arizona is 18. If you two have sex, you could both be prosecuted. You won't be "legal" in most states until you reach the age of 16 at minimum, although again, the age may be higher in your state. Your parents and his parents cannot absolve that with any type of document unless they sign something giving you permission to marry and you actually do get married.
When Will Attorney General Gonzales Be Renditioned To One Of His Wonderful Torture-Free Countries?
Can Attorney-General Gonzales Be Prosecuted For The Damage
He Has Done To The American Constitution And The Bill Of Rights,
Not To Mention International Law? Where Is An Independent
Prosecutor When We Really Need One? A Major House-Cleaning
Is In Order/ As The Great American Writer Ambrose Bierce
Noted, &Quot; Patriotism Is The First Refuge Of The Soundrel.&Quot;
Gonzales is just another puppet for Cheney and Rove and has made his way to the position of Attorney General by keeping their Marionette out of trouble.
I believe he is no better than Bush as a puppet for BushCo
In the end I hope someday We The People run the entirety of BushCo out of town, even though they have cleaned out the treasury with their antics
Is There A Website That Allows Me To Search For A Lawyer, With User Ratings, Details, Etc?
When I Was Trying To Find A Doctor, There Was A Website That Offered Information Like The Gender, Age, Where They Went To School, Where They Had A Fellowship, If They'Re Board Certified, And Also Allowed People To Rate And Review The Doctors.
I Need A Good Divorce Lawyer, And I Know Very Few People Who Are Divorced Who Could Help Me Figure Out How To Find A Good One. Do You Know Of Any Kind Of A Website That Would Rate Lawyers The Same Way Some Websites Allow You To Rate Doctors? Or Do You Know Of Any Other Way I Should Go About Finidng A &Quot;Good&Quot; Lawyer?
I'M In East Texas, If That Matters.
Must Lawyers Be Fingerprinted To Practice Law?
Are Lawyers Required To Be Fingerprinted Before Practicing Law In All 50 States? Research Paper For School. I Google It But Fingerprints And Lawyers Only Brings Up Case Law. Hoping To Hear From Someone Who Knows First Hand And Could Point Me To A Source. Thanks
Yes, before the attorney has taken the bar exam, they must submit to a fingerprint and background check before they can take their first case. After the background check is completed and the attorney is cleared, they will get their license to practice law.
What'S The Difference Between A Statutory Law And A Constitutional Law?
I Was On Wikipedia And They Show A Map Of The United States. They Use Different Colors To Represent The States Laws About Same-Sex Marriage, I'M Not Going To List Them All But Mississippi, Tennessee, & Missouri Are Red And That Means &Quot;Constitution Bans Same-Sex Marriage&Quot;. But Pennsylvania, West Virginia, & Virginia Are Light Red And That Means &Quot;Statute Bans Same-Sex Marriage&Quot;..
I Just Dont Understand The Difference Between The Constitution Ban & Statue Ban..
And Furthermore Are They Talking About Their Own Personal Constitution Or The Countries Constitution, Any Help Would Be Great... And I'M Not Here Debating Same Sex Marriage I Just Wanna Know What The Difference Between A Statutory Law And A Constitutional Law Is, Lol.
Constitutional law has higher authority than statutory law. Statutes can be and most often are adopted by the state legislature and if a statute is deemed by the courts of the state to be a violation of the state constitution, then the statute is unconstitutional. But the state constitutions are adopted by the voters of the state themselves. The process of amending state constitutions is often much harder than the process of passing a bill out of the state legislature.
A reason why a state might adopt a provision into the state constitution to ban gay marriage is to prevent the courts from legalizing gay marriage via an "interpretation" of the state constitution. Once the state constitution explicitly says gay marriage is banned, then the courts will obviously not render that interpretation.