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Should I become a police officer?

A:  BEING A OFFICER IS A GREAT REWARDING career! IT ISN''T EASY , EVERYDAY YOU WALK OUT YOUR HOUSE YOU ARE PUTTING YOUR LIFE ON THE LINE! IT ISN''T FOR EVERYBODY.... YOU HAVE TO ASK YOURSELF HOW BAD DO YOU REALLY WANT IT? IF YOU WANT IT BAD YOU HAVE TO START TRAINING YOURSELF TO GET OVER THAT FEAR NOW SO THAT WAY WHEN YOUR ON BEAT YOUR NOT PETRIFIED LOL... AS FAR AS WEIGHT GOES IF YOU ARE EXTREMELY OVER WEIGHT YOU MAY WANT TO GET STARTED NOW BECAUSE WEIGHT PLAYS A HUGE FACTOR. YOU HAVE TO PASS A QUALIFYING PHYSICAL TEST . ITS GOOD BE SOMEWHAT FIT CAUSE WHEN U GET INTO THE ACADEMY YOU WANT TO BE ABLE TO KEEP UP AND PASS THE AUXILIARY TEST..... ALOT OF OFFICERS GET FAT AND OUT OF SHAPE AFTER SOME TIME ON THE JOB... NOT WHEN THEIR TRYING TO GET ON THE JOB...GOOD...

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I live in Iowa. I have heard that I can get a lien against my ex-husband''s house for the back child support that he owes me. Is this true?

A:  You are correct. You must first go to the divorce court and have any support arrearage or back support reduced to a judgment. Only then can you have a lien put on the house. You must also be sure that your ex-husband owns the house or has an interest in the house as a tenant in common. If someone other than your ex-husband has an interest in the house or the house is owned as a joint tenancy, the lien may not attach. The Iowa Supreme Court recently made a ruling in a case such as yours. In that case, the house was owned as a joint tenancy in the names of the ex-husband and his second wife. The Court held that the lien would not attach while the joint tenancy existed. Therefore, when the ex-husband sold the house, the lien could not be enforced. For the lien to be enforceable, it had to...

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Would neck tattoos be hard to get a job? criminal justice jobs.?

A:  i too am interested in criminal justice and from my understanding yes,tattoos in general can cause a delay in your admittance into any military branch.it really depends on how far u want to take your career.Detectives are best not having tatoos so they dont give up their identity.hopefully my answer is somewhat relevant and will help u. Neck tattoos don''t get jobs. People do. You should sue your third grade English teacher for malpractice. I''d wear a turtleneck shirt to any interview, or cover it up somehow....

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What kind of jobs can you get with a degree in criminology?

A:  If you own a degree - or any extra qualification - then you''ll already be ahead of the bunch when it comes to searching for professions. My pal has a degree and he wasn''t certain what direction to go with it, but he stumbled upon some great tips and tricks on the resource in the resource box below which guided him to settle that he wanted to be a lab assistant. There is plenty of help on the resource regarding extra professions. In the present world, people pay much attention to issues such as homeland security, public safety, airport security and terrorism. They are interested in subjects related to criminology, criminal psychology and other related subjects. There are many branches of the criminology or criminal

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Can having a DUI in Michigan prevent you from getting a teaching certificate?

A:  It will just depend on how selective the school system it…I think she can still get a job in this field she may just have to try a little harder. People make mistakes when they are young and I think most of the world does recognize this…good luck. Possibly I do not believe it will keep her from getting a teaching certificate, but it could affect her ability to be hired. Many teacher position applications ask the question directly: “Have you ever been convicted of a DUI violation?” As another just answered above, it depends on how selective the district is, and probably how long ago the violation occurred. It helps to have done some public service since the violation! Anything to try to prove her character is basically good. Check with the local school board to...

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How do I go about getting a bond reduction?

A:  In order to get your bond reduced, you will have to file a motion with the court and give notice to the prosecuting attorney. You will want to bring information to the court''s attention that demonstrates that you are not a flight risk and will show up for trial--and that you are not a danger to the community. Some of the factors the court may consider are: How long you have lived in the community; your family circumstances and stability; your educational and employment history; your prior criminal record; whether you have ever failed to appear for court in the past; the strength of the evidence in the case in which you are now charged; assets (property or money) you have available to you to post bail; family members who might sign on as co-signers and tell the...

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criminal justices degrees what can they provide?

A:  criminal justice major and or degrees can be useful in numerous caeers, such as law enforcement, private investigators, corrections officers, and some governmental agencies may find a degree in criminal justice useful. There are positions in Corporate security and numerous other agencies that this type of degree could be a help in obtaining a position therein. One can look online at numerous websites whether they be the college of tech school for information as to the type pf programs and lenght. Hope this helps. M...

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I am separated from my wife, but she lives in the home. I have a key and her lawyer says I must pay her rent?

A:  That''s insane Its ya''lls home. You shouldn''t have to pay her rent. If you both are separated and their is no point reconciling, then one of you move out. But to pay the other person rent on your own house. Bullshit. wow u know it doesn''t sound right, but u can never tell how the law works anymore, possession is 9 tenths of the law No, you don''t have to pay her rent unless there is a written contract. If your stuff is there and your name is on the mortgage then you don''t owe her anything. As long as both of your names are on that mortgage and you helped pay for that house then no, absolutely not. You do not owe her rent whatsoever. Are you trusting HER lawyer?....if you are, please don''t. Get your own. I''m...

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Can I still get credit cards with bad credit?

A:  How did you develop the credit problem in the first place? Was it caused by some type of hardship, IE loss of income, medical, divorce etc...? As I''m sure you''re aware credit is a nice thing to have but, the responsibility that comes with it is steep. I have added a link to a video for you to watch, this will open your eyes as to why credit cards should be taken very seriously, including secured cards. Good luck! Michael Reilly, Certified Debt Specialist Emerge America www.pbs.org emergeamerica.com Links: www.pbs.org, emergeamerica.com Yes, but the only options available are really for the purpose of improving your credit enough that you can eventually get your own unsecured credit card with favorable terms (assuming your score is <600). The first option is to get a secured...

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In seattle, WA cani get a legal working permit at age 13?

A:  in seattle, WA can i get a legal working permit at age 13? NO, there are exceptions but they require a court order and extreme circumstances....... generally the age to be gainfully employed (work for a business) is 14. some exceptions where you can work at a younger age are: a business owned or operated by your parents acting in movies, TV, the stage or radio caddy at a public course some agriculture jobs and of course casual labor (working in a home) such as tutoring, house cleaning, baby-sitting, pet-sitting, running errands for the elderly, yard-work, etcetera......... You can obtain a work permit at any age, I believe. The younger you are the more limits they place on the hours (and the number of hours) that you are able to work. The tricky part is going to be finding someone that is...