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entering an employee lock locker in the work place, which ...

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entering an employee lock locker in the work place, which the employee is the only one that has a key to locker
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Mr. Lofton replied 8 years ago.

I hope you are not seeking help on how to enter a locker you have no permission to enter?!? Or maybe you have already done it and want to know what to do now? If that's the case, hook up with a good criminal lawyer who can advise you based on a detailed description of the facts.

All the best,

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Reply to Mr. Lofton's Post: No, this happen to one of my firefighter at the fire station that I am in charge of.
Expert:  Mr. Lofton replied 8 years ago.

Well, then the advice for your firefighter is the same as above. Hope it works out for him

Regards

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