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I am a 58 year old disabled american. I have resided in
I am a 58 year old disabled american. I have resided in Charlotte North Carolina all my life. I have been married to the same woman for 10 years and with her for 12. I am unable to walk, have no funds to work with she has 3 vehicles 2 of which I have maintained for 12 years recently paid 300 dollars for tires on the older explorer. I had to vacate my home due to a restraining order, she has kept some of my meds, my electric scooters, removed 500 dollars from a banking account that we shared the money was an emergency fund in the event I needed money. she has all the vehicles, makes well over 5000 dollars a month, house is paid for and I have medicene at the drug store that I cant afford and insurance don't cover. She has paid for my medical and provided home and transportation for me this whole time. I am now 40 miles away from anything familiar and no access to anything, could she be responsible for my medicene still and providing transportation as well. I am desperate. Henry H Rhyne IV
Last week my wife's uncle borrowed my car, got caught by San
Good Morning,Last week my wife's uncle borrowed my car, got caught by San Diego PD using his phone and ticketed. A run on his driver's license revealed it had been suspended over 9 years ago. Even though this was the 4th time he's been cited for driving with a suspended license, the cops once again cut him loose but impounded my car with a 30 day hold. So I either wait 30 days without my car and pay over $1,500 or wait for him to settle all outstanding fines/fees ($1,200) so he can obtain a valid license.My numerous pleas to SDPD (I'm disabled, unemployed and the entire family had no clue his license had been pulled) for the car's early release were met only with a formal, written denial.I appealed their ruling and have an upcoming hearing in which a Superior Court judge will hear oral arguments. I'd be very grateful for any guidance you could provide on my presenting the strongest, most effective argument and winning my appeal.Thank you.
I have been working in a hospital as department chairman of
I have been working in a hospital as department chairman of a clinical department for two years. I have been concerned about some of the physicians in my department and the quality of their care, but because these physicians are often generating a lot of revenues for the hospital, they want me to not intefere in any way. There have been a few bad unfortunate clinical outcomes which could have been prevented, if the hospital administration had allowed me to put some physicians under more scrutiny. I have also made the hospital aware of some questionable illegal billing. I feel that because I uncover many "secrets" the hospital will want me to resign.I think that would not be fair given my experience and my clear record with respect to good clinical care.What should I expect from them if they fire me? A fair severance? A year salary? Should I mention that all it takes is a phone call to the state medical board to investigate the matter?
I have never owned a firearm; yet, I am interested in
My name is ***** *****, and I have never owned a firearm; yet, I am interested in restoring my gun rights.I plead guilty/convicted (case no. LASC No:BA331937) to 118(A) July 6, 2009-Los Angeles Superior Criminal Court. No jail time; formal probation by monthly Kiosk machine. In addition, domestic violence (case no. FAMRS800429) December 11 or 19, 2008-San Bernardino Family Court.
If you drive your employees from job site to job site doesView more legal questions
If you drive your employees from job site to job site does the time spent riding between locations get used to figure overtime for each day? For example, if we make 7 stops and total hours are 12 with two hours riding time and 2 30 min breaks is 1 hour overtime or 3 hours overtime?