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Whats The Difference Between Dui And Dwi?
A Lot Of People Get Dui But Never Dwi, Even Though They're Clearly Drunk.
DUI stands for Driving Under the Influence. DWI stands for either Driving While Intoxicated or Driving While Impaired. Another term that is sometimes used is Operating While Impaired (OWI). All these terms relate to driving after consuming alcohol or drugs. The drugs don't have to be illegal for a DUI to be issued - they can be illegal narcotics, over the counter medication, or prescribed medication. Depending upon the state in which you are the severity of the offense may vary.
In some states, the drunk driving laws differentiate between a DUI and a DWI, where the DUI is a lesser charge. In these states, a DUI usually signifies a lesser degree of intoxication, which is determined by a person’s blood alcohol level at the time of arrest. Sometimes, states will allow the charges of a DWI to be reduced to a DUI. In the case of a reduction from a DWI to a DUI, certain conditions typically must be met, such as the incident being a first offense, the defendant’s display of remorse for the action, and a blood alcohol level that was not drastically over the legal limit. For example, the state of New York differentiates between DWI and DUI by establishing a blood alcohol level of .08 as the legal limit for DWI. If a person has a blood alcohol level of .07, the charges may be reduced to a DUI, which carries a lesser punishment.
Some states (like Virginia and New Jersey) do not recognize any difference between a DUI and a DWI. As far as the laws of these states are concerned, any blood alcohol level over the specified limit is a crime that will be punished in the same manner.
In Minnesota, on the other hand, there is technically no such thing as a DUI because they only use the term DWI.
In some states, the terms DUI and DWI are used to indicate whether a person was driving impaired under the influence of drugs or alcohol. In this case, DUI is reserved for illegal drugs.
The distinction for the federal government is drawn based on severity. A DWI is issued when the blood alcohol content (BAC) is over the 0.08 limit, whereas a DUI is a less severe term, given when a persons BAC is under 0.08.
How Do &Quot;Right-To-Work&Quot; Laws Affect Unions?
Do &Quot;Right-To-Work&Quot; Laws Make Unions More Powerful/Effective Or Less Powerful/Effective? Please Explain Your Point Of View.
Thanks In Advance!
Less, they give every worker the right to work (for far less money than union members) and to pay for their own insurance in some cases. "Right to work" laws were designed to destroy unions, and keep workers from having a voice, any bargaining power. Thereby lowering the average wage of most workers in those states compared to states without "right to work" (for less money) laws. Unions built this country, unions gave us the 5 day week (instead of 6), unions gave us the 8 hour day (instead of 12), unions gave us heat and air conditioning in the work places and many more working conditions. Many people fought and died so that we can live the good life today. Without unions America would have been another monarchy or aristocracy long ago.
Can You Terminate A Fathers Rights?
My Friend Is 19 And Her Boyfriend Is 17. She Just Found Out That She Is Pregnant And Wants To Terminate The Fathers Rights. Can She Do This With Out His Permission?
I am in no way recommending this, but she doesn't have to list him on the birth certificate / sign parentage papers (usually required when the parents are unmarried) and could deny he is the father. But he can petition the court for a DNA test and get himself added to the BC if he was ambitious enough to get a lawyer and follow through.
She shouldn't do that though, because someone needs to be financially responsible for this child. Just because someone is listed as the father and child support can be ordered doesn't automatically grant custody or visitation rights to the father. If she has evidence on why he should not be allowed to access the child, she brings that evidence before the judge and the judge decides.
Even if she thinks right now that she can afford to raise this child on her own, she is being very short sighted. What about 10 years from now? Can your guarantee the economy won't take a nosedive and she will easily keep a job and make enough money for savings? What if there is some huge health crisis or accident that results in lost wages and huge hospital expenses? She needs the financial support from this guy, if for nothing else than to stick it into a savings account for college for the child.
If she truly decides she doesn't want him involved at all and he agrees to it, sometimes a court will allow termination of parental rights, but usually it's in rare circumstances such as if the mother is getting married to another man and the other man is going to legally adopt the child.
The courts do not want to "bastardize" children, what that means is having children with no father listed, because more women would end up on welfare and the state has nobody to collect from.
Among These 3 Profession, Doctor, Lawyer And Teacher, Which One You Would Prefer To Be And Why?
Lawyer, because you don't have to go through 9 years of collage like you would for a doctor. Also you make more than a teacher. You can't really live off a teacher's salary. Also wen picking one think... Which one isn't stressful(teaching may be stressful), Which one pays good, and which one would you enjoy?
Probate Court Question?
My Mom Passed Away In November. Her House, Which Has No Mortgage Is In Her And My Dad'S Name ( He Passed Away In 2005 ). What Steps Do I Have To Go Through ( I Am The Executor) To Get The House In My Name So I Can Sell It? I Live In Indiana.
Assuming your parents owned the property as joint tenants and not tenants in common, then you will need to go through the probate court to effectively transfer legal title to yourself. But did your mother have a Last Will where she left everything to you? If she had not Last Will, are you her only child? Even if you are the sole heir or legatee, you will still need to go through the probate process which is intended to insure that all your mother's debts are paid including her funeral bill, medical and hospital bills, any pending utility or real estate tax bills, etc. Her estate is also liable for costs of estate administration in the event you retain an attorney to help out. It would be a good idea for you to pay to consult with a local attorney if only to get an understanding of the local probate procedure.
Seeking Legal Advice From Professional On Employment Law.?
I Was Terminated At My Job After 3 Years Of Service Without A Single Incidence Of Work Performance. I Have A Flexible Spending Account Through My Job And I Selected To Contributed 1500.00 To My Account For The Year Due To The Fact That I Was Having My Wisdom Teeth Taken Out And Needed New Glasses And Was Unsure What The Cost Would Be. What You Do Not Use You Lose At The End Of The Year. All Of The 1500.00 Contributed To My Account Comes Out Of My Paycheck Each Week. When I Realized That I Was Not Going To Use The Rest Of My Money And Had Already Purchased Some Small Items Using My Flexible Spending Account Such As Bandaids, Contact Solution Etc. I Bought An Item And Then Returned It For Store Credit Twice. There Is No Law That I Can Find Anywhere Stating That Once The Item Was Purchased It Could Not Be Returned. Also, When I Look Through All Of My Information For Payflex Which Is The Card I Use For Flexible Spending The Only Thing I Can Find Is That If You Purchased An Ineligible Item You Have To Send A Check To Payflex. However, The Item I Purchased Was Eligible I Just Returned It. Due To The Fact That I Made The Purchase At The Service Desk And Returned It Immediately After Purchasing It, It Came Up As Suspicious Activity. When They Asked Me About It I Told Them What I Did. After A Couple Of Weeks Past They Called Me Into The Office And Fired Me For It. Had I Purchased The Item At A Checkout Lane, Brought The Item Back After That And Just Said I Did Not Need The Item It Would Not Have Been An Issue. The Flexible Spedning Account Is Set Up Poorly Given The Fact That You Lose The Money That You Do Not Use. I Did Not Intentionally Put That Much Money In My Account With The Intent Of Doing That. My Question I Guess Is Can I Fight This? I Feel Like I Was Fired Because I Found A Loophole In The System An My Employer Was Mad Because The Money That Was Not Used Would Have Went To Them. I Am Not Looking For Judgements About This Just Legal Advice.
Being caught trying to commit fraud will get you fired close to every time.
Sure you can buy an item and return it - but then it's not eligible for payment with your FSA. And by the way, some of the other items you mention, OTC items, aren't eligible expense either.
No, your scheme isn't a "loophole". Loopholes are legal ways to avoid tax, not attempts at fraud. And it's tax fraud, not just an issue with your employer.
You have no grounds to fight it. "But I stole it fair and square" is NOT a winning argument. The IRS though, is VERY unlkely to prosecute you for something like this.