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Should I Fight It or Take Disorderly conduct?

A:  The question here is was it yours? If so, man up and say so. If your so called friends are pinning it on you thinking as a Juvie your rap is shorter then they being and adult, pardon me. If it was not mine and friends said it was, not really nice friends to have and would appeal it as under duress from friends, ut; if mine say so and quite finding an excuse. My advice is to hire a lawyer. Either way, your actions have landed you in trouble....Weed is illegal...You keep doing illegal things and you are destined for prison...Take the disorderly...The weed possession on your record is worse And so you know...Your record, no mater age you are busted, stays with you forever...It isn''t sealed...It just doesn''t magically go away All four of you can be charged. Just...

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crb check

A:  No idea what the country fa is but if your CRB check is to be an enhanced one, yes it will county football association we train an u12 football team Yes it would. Working with under 12s means an enhanced CRB check. I thought it would but does anyone know if the crb will be given and would they still be able to train the kids as he has already been doing it for two years the crb checks have only just come into force Depends on their rules about employing people with previous convictions or particular convictions. Has he ever been asked to disclose anything previously of his own free will? It may make things difficult if he''s been asked before, be it on an application form or other...

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State background Ck

A:  It depends entirely on the employer. Some are more thorough than others. A lot will depend on the type of the job and employer. A multinational company hiring an accountant will likely check more thoroughly than a mom-and-pop store hiring a cleaner. Sorry, but no-one's going to be able to do more than guess. Richard The answer to pretty much all of your questions is maybe; maybe not. You seem to be under the misconception that there is some universal, standard thing called a "background check." A "background check" isnothing more than a search of someone's background it is as broad or as narrow as the person...

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Maintaining order in your home

A:  Regardless of any such law (he needs to talk with a local PA attorney), you're allowed to defend yourself if someone's physically attacking you. Sounds like he needs to get a good family law attorney. Presumably there's a hearing coming up on this. the kid with the anger problem (well you don't say how old she is). She should be evaluated for oppositional defiance disorder. No parent should ever have to pin down a person to calm them down. There is something wrong emotionally with this child. She needs to be in therapy. you have a long road ahead. I know because I've been down that road. If she is young enough and gets the right therapy, she can turn her life around. good luck. Mel MelodyL hit on some very...

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fiancee visa and SSN

A:  she's legal but she's not legalized to work, therefore she will not get ssn before marriage. she must get married to her u.s. spouse petitioner within 3 months to get legalized. she cannot overstay and/or marry someone else. One a fiance comes in on a K-1 visa, she/he is legal. When I brought my wife in on a K-1, I had her passport stamped eligible for work at the point of entry. Before marriage, we went to the SS office and got her an ss# before marriage. The only part that does not make sense, is that once the 90 days expire, she cannot work until her EAD is approved. The EAD may not be processed before the 90 days expired. Techincally, she can start work, but then would have to stop after the 90 days until the EAD is approved....

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If someone spits at you that''s assault right?

A:  I say that is sad. It''s more likely some other misdemeanor. Don''t make a mountain out of a molehill. Kick them out of the store and call the cops. That is an insult.. not an assault. Unless you got witness''s and the policeman is willing to take a statement I dont'' think you can prosecute. Yes it is considered assault however you would have to have witnesses willing to say they saw the whole thing happen. not sure, its not assault, he did not physically harm you with his own body, it was only FLUID, a simple SPIT, no offense. its pretty weak to charge someone with assault becuase of spit...and if you tried to prosecute me because of something like that...you wouldn''t make it to court. Grow up and let it go...life is to short to fuss over stuff that happens...

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What can former employers actually reveal?

A:  It IS an urban myth. An employer can say anything that is the truth or their honestly held opinion, including the reason for your termination which, however, is not going to show up on a standard background check. Nowhere does the employer report to any agency, other than the state unemployment commission, the reason for your termination....

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Why don''t they use satellite control for crime prevention?

A:  The World Population Clock gives the estimated world population as 6,861,441,257 at 9:43 UTC (Eastern Standard Time + 5) on August 10, 2010. The U.S. population now is given at 309,952,688. Considering the U.S. has the highest incidence of gun-related crime in the world -- outnumbering all other countries combined -- it would be economically infeasible to track even a fraction of that violence despite the fact that satellites today can read the date on a coin face-up on a sidewalk. wouldnt be an efficient use of sattelites even if there was never any bad weather, would require dozens of sattelites and people observing and zooming in to spots constantly just to cover one city, imagine the budget for that. They work great. Are you willing to have your taxes go up 100 trillion percent to pay...

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Is it possible to not be able to do a "pull-up" and still be able to be a police officer?

A:  That depends on the department policy. My academy required push ups, sit ups, and a 1 1/2 mile run. We did not have to do pull ups. They will be dropped. You have to do some pull ups...

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How long do I have to reveal my felony convictions on job application?

A:  Sadly, for life. A felony conviction never goes away. Sorry. Well, in all honesty, unless you were applying for a sensitive position, (airports, law Enforcement, emergency medical svc''s., highly technical positions, etc.), I would suggest you simply omit the conviction AND arrest. I wouldn''t bring it up at all. Now, if you are asking for a job in a highly desired position or company, then the employer might be more selective in it''s hiring. City, County and other gov''t occupations also tend to conduct background checks. Convictions CAN go away, you may apply to have them sealed and/or expunged. This is possible. Some States make it harder than others, but it''s possible. Don''t worry about ‘getting...