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Family Law Solicitors in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Right To Work State Laws?
Where Did These People Get Their Answers?Mine Threw The State Laws That Not All Pertain To Unions.Employees Don,T Have The Same Rights As Employers And That Is The Question Why?

Right-to-work laws are statutes enforced in twenty-two U.S. states, mostly in the southern or western U.S., allowed under provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act, which prohibit agreements between trade unions and employers making membership or payment of union dues or "fees" a condition of employment, either before or after hiring.~

I'M Looking For A Traffic Lawyer?
I Was Speeding 110/70 On I-75 Headed Back Home To Florida. The Cop Pulled Me Over And Told Me To Follow Him Back To The The Station. I Guess This Was Just Considered To Be A 'Written Arrest'. I Had To Post Bail That Night. Now I'M Not One To Go Around Getting Arrested Everyday. Anyways I'M Not Too Sure What To Do. I Do Know I Want A Lawyer To Represent Me Asap. Does Anyone Have Any Recommandations? It Was Located In Dooley County, Ga. I'Ve Tried The Ga Bar Website, But It Wasn'T Very User Friendly. Please No Generic Answers....Do Your Home Work.

I don't really understand your details. 110/70? You were doing 110 in a 70 zone? I'm not too sure if they have offices in Georgia, but there are a few in Toronto called X-Coppers. It's one of those "We'll get you off your traffic violation or it's free" type deals.

Or, if you're confident enough, you can talk to the prosecutor yourself to see if you can plea guilty for a lesser fine and/or no/lower demerit points taken off. They usually will take the plea since they already have enough cases in their inbox, so they don't want small things like this to go to trial when they got bigger things to deal with like idiots drinking and driving. Just make sure you talk to the prosecutor or make an appointment to talk to him/her before the deadline to pay the ticket.

Just read your additional details. You have to drive to Georgia to talk to the prosecutor so talking to him/her by phone or e-mail won't work. It'll still save you on insurance if you do this though, so it is worth the drive. Good luck.

40 over, huh? Hmmm...I don't know how the intervals work down there, but in Ontario, we got 15 over speed limit, and that's no demerit points and a fine of under a hundred bucks. I was about to tell you to look up Georgia traffic fines, but I really don't have a clue where to get you started, except for the Georgia traffic law site (see, I don't even know whether it's called an Act or Code or something else) and I really doubt that it has the chart for how much for how fast. But, if you think it's reasonable, try to get it down to the 15 over in exchange for a guilty plea. If you have any more questions (and if no one has a better answer after me), feel free to e-mail me at two_eighty_eight@yahoo.ca.

I wouldn't worry too much about a criminal record or the effects of getting a job at a bank. I bet you all the employees at any given bank has gotten at least one speeding ticket or a ticket for a broken tail-light or something related like that. You have to remember that this is a traffic violation, not a criminal. Two seperate things. The only thing I can think of that can affect you are insurance, and demerit points.

Wrongful Death To Trial?
9 Years Ago, Someone I Know Died And His Cause Of Death Went From &Quot;Unknown&Quot; To &Quot;Asthma Attack&Quot;. We Believe He Was Poisoned. The Person Who We Believe Did It Is Locked Up( For Other Reason) And Has Been Since A Couple Of Months After His Death. We Have Strong Evidence To Believe That Said Person Committed Said Crime. Where Do I Start And Who Do I Contact?

Actually there is not enough information for me. But to answer your direct question....Start with the prosecuting attorneys office in the county or region where the death was ruled. IF you have evidence (best evidence would be an independant toxicology report showing abnormal levels of a foriegn substance) and not hearsay (he said, she said) then present it to the DA and let them follow up on it. ONLY the District Attorneys office can reopen a case. Secondly, go to the police who investigated the death and present the same. They can determine if the evidence in the case was not conclusive in the investigation and they can recommend the case be reopened.

If the death was marked as "unknown" then an autopsy should have been done. The toxicoclgy screen would have turned up something abnormal unless a it is a compound used by the body itself (insulin is absorbed after large amounts are injectecd-if not detected in time it is untracable.)

Dr. Tommy Skelton

What Does &Quot;Bar&Quot; In &Quot;Bar Association&Quot; Stand For?
Why Do They Call It &Quot;Bar?&Quot;

Bar is a noun referring to a body of lawyers or court, in addition to other meanings.

"The Bar" commonly refers to the legal profession as a whole. With a modifier, it may refer to a branch or division of the profession: as for instance, the "tort bar", lawyers who specialize in filing civil suits for damages.

Tricky Questions For Lawyer?
I Have A Tricky One For The Lawyers: I Bought A Set Of 4 Apartments That Were Once A Part Of A 8 Unit Complex. 4 On One Side Of The Driveway 4 On The Other. The Utilities Are All Under One Name, My Name. The Previous 2 Owners Of My Side Had A Verbal Agreement With The Other Sides Owner To Split The Utilities No Matter The Occupancy. This Went On For About 8 Years. I Have Owned The Apartments For About 2. The Owners Of The Other Side Have Decided That They Will Only Pay For The Number Of Units They Have Rented. Sounds Fair Except That The Empty Apartments That They Have Still Use Electricity, They Have Street Lights And Refrigerators, And The Hot Water Heaters Use Gas. The Question I Want To Know Is, Can I Cut Them Off? The Bills Are In My Name. I Am In New Mexico

The answer is: How much do you want to spend in legal fees? Nothing good ever comes from being a jerk (I am not personally calling you a jerk. I am saying the other side will view you as being a jerk no matter how right you are.) Nothing good ever comes from "verbal agreements" either.

There are many complexities that come from splitting one property like that. No one on Yahoo will be accurate in their legal assessment without seeing real estate documents. If you "cut them off", you can be sued for a myriad of things. OR you might be within your rights. It all depends on what you have written which none of us have access to.

My suggestion is drafting a written agreement between you and the other other owner. Be civil about it. Call your electric company. See how much it costs to have the utilities suspended and/or turned off when they are empty. I had a friend that owned a four plex and the electric company here had a "vacation" rate they charged. Instead of turning off the electric between tenants, they paid minimal rates UNLESS they used more than the alloted amount. Maybe your electric company has a solution is my point.

Then tell the other owner that you do not agree or feel comfortable with changing the previous agreement. Tell them they can either maintain the current agreement or start paying to have those utilities turned on and off with each vacancy. Work something out because I can tell you that the more you decide to not communicate, the larger your attorney bill will be in the end.

Honestly, I think you should do anything you can to get out of this "agreement" with them. They need to be responsible for their units and you for yours. Go see an attorney. It is better to hash it out and invest money now than have to clean up a big legal battle later.

Particular Type Of Attorney?
I Am Looking For An Attorney To Sue Someone Who Skipped Out On A Partnership For There Half Of The Mortgage. What Type Of Attorney Should I Seek In Order To Get The Ball Rolling?

As already stated, any civil litigation attorney can handle this type of case. A partnership agreement is just a type of contract. However, what are you seeking? You do realize that the court will not force the other party to remain in the partnership. Instead, the court will dissolve the partnership and liquidate the assets. It is very much like divorce. A lot of angry people, all pointing fingers, but in the end its just a basic liquidation and distribution of assets. Do yourself a favor and amicably terminate the partnership with the former partner.