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If a person gets arrested in Pennsylvania and the police

If a person gets arrested for marijuana in Pennsylvania and the police take his property under forfeiture law,can they take something here in California even though his parents bought it for him years ago here?

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Are Pharmacist paid 1.5 their wage ?

Are Pharmacist paid 1.5 their wage for overtime?

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I am currently a bit underwater with debt (about 40K) but

I am currently a bit underwater with debt (about 40K) but anticipate a fairly large sum of money this coming January (30k) I am earning enough to pay current bills but not enough to slow the onslaught from creditors......it was suggested to me that I might file a chapter 13 to keep the creditors at bay and then drop the filing (not sure if that is the correct term) when I do get this sum in..............I have 2 large creditors totaling 35 of the 40K..one has already served me the other probably about to....neither (third party collectors) would work with me..............so does filing as a delaying tactic make any sense at all??

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Gerald, Esq

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Can a state facility or any facility force you to work

can a state facility or any facility force you to work overtime? if they pick names and just tell you to work an extra day besides what you are scheduled for or besides what is required (40 hours) and you say i cannot work that day, can the facility punish you? or worse, can they fire you or write you up for refusing to work that extra day? they are saying we are salaried so they can tell us to come in and work anytime (even after working 40 hours/week already). i work for RIO GRANDE STATE CENTER in Harlingen, TX. Thank You.

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Good Morning, 5/4/16 I received a letter from my dental

Good Morning, 5/4/16 I received a letter from my dental office stating that I owe an additional $400.00 for services that were denied after a claim was submitted. I had a surgical procedure done back in March. Prior to the actual procedure I was informed of my out-of pocket costs as well as what would be covered by my dental plan, therefore; I was under the impression that everything was confirmed as I specifically stated I was not able to cover the extremely high cost of the procedure. The person that was assisting at this time was made aware multiple times that I was extremely worried about the fee(s) that I would incur and went to put the pricing together for me. After she came back from gathering all the pricing I agreed to pay amount in full at that moment and signed off on the service document. At no time did they ever inform me that I could be responsible for fees after the fact. The invoice stated that the amount was past due and will be pushed into collections if the amount was not promptly paid. The invoice that was received on 5/4 was the first notification I have received from their office. Also, I had a post-op follow up at the end of April and this was not brought to my attention during this time either. My inquiry in regard to this matter is how I should proceed? I cannot afford to pay any additional fees. I live paycheck to paycheck and do not have this kind of money just sitting around. I am working overtime to simply get back on my feet after the $500.00 I had to pay for the surgery originally. Legally I want to know what my rights are as this seems very unethical and not of standard business practices. Any information or direction you can provide in regard to this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, ***** ***** Main

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Sam

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If an employer has employees that are paid W2 40 hour week

If an employer has employees that are paid W2 for a 40 hour week yet assign them tasks that take more than the 40 hours in the state of NY without additional compensation and instill rules that penalize for the failure to perform the work that cannot be completed in the 40 hours doe this fall into a particular employment violation(s)?

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Marsha411JD

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I am having a situation with my daughters father who is a police

I am having a situation with my daughters father who is a police officer, I had my daughter 100% of the time for the first almost 2 years and finically taken care of her . He did give me 125 a week but never helped would anything else. I had lost my job due to having issues finding care for my daughter and him not wanting to help pay, and ended up moving in with him and his parents temporarily. Since January: I have been actively looking for a place and just taking some time to find something in my budget, my mother offered to let me stay at her place until I find something to get out of that situation cause it's beyond u healthy with him and his family trying to take control over everything that has to do with her , I said I was leaving this weekend and he is now saying he is going to keep her for the week and I can have her on the weekends, he has no where been around and is now trying to play the , she can stay here during your work day and since you get our late she can stay here I do not get out late but one day a week, I really need to know what I can do here so this isn't happening and he isn't trying to take her or making it seem like he can,

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Sam

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My company continually puts me in situations which I feel not

My company continually puts me in situations which I feel not only to be unsafe but against the following laws:New Jersey: A driver that has been without sleep for 24 hours is considered to be driving recklessly, in the same class as an intoxicated driver. (New Jersey Statues §2C:11-5)New York: AB 692- Sponsored by M. of A. MILLERCreates two offenses related to drowsy driving. Driving while drowsy is defined as operating any motor vehicle, motorcycle, or any other vehicle propelled by any power other than muscular power, while his or her ability to drive is impaired by fatigue. The second offense, “vehicular homicide caused by driving while ability impaired by fatigue,” is defined as committing the offense of criminally negligent homicide while operating a motor vehicle in a manner described above. The first offense is a class A misdemeanor and the second is a class E felony.Last Action: Pending. Sent to Assembly Committee on Transportation.What can I do? I cant afford to quit my job.

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Olivia Kent

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I am customizing an app local lumberyard. I

Hello,I am customizing an app for a local lumberyard. I am using a commercial app platform as a 'white label' reseller. The app has to be approved by Google and Apple App Store in order to publish. There is one lumberyard app already in the app store.The lumber company wants to do this. However, they informed me that they are currently updating their website to be ADA compliant. The lumberyard has more than 15 employees so the ADA rule for websites applies. They asked me if the app is ADA compliant. I have no answer to this.Does a mobile phone app for a business ; restaurant, hair salon, auto dealer, lumber yard, etc ; have to be ADA compliant? What does that mean?

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