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Do you have to be on a lease for an apartment when on Probation?

A:  Im on probation and i would say no. However WILL need to find a job unless hes getting SSDI. Really all he''ll need to do is find a job, have somewhere to live, and stay outta trouble. are you for sure that they wont let you put him om the lease? have you asked.. ? talk to your apartment manager and tell them the story.. maybe you can say you will cover anything if anything happens, BUT make sure you really want to do this.. you may have to put him on the lease if you want him to live with you, that may be the rules of the apartment complex. the rules of his PO officer might be different. you don''t want to get kicked out of your apartment because you didn''t have him on your lease....

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Is there anything i can do?--Q

A:  Motion to dismiss for lack of speedy trial. Then, file a complaint against this judge. This judge is way out of line, and you need to get the case dismissed for jacking you around, or get this judge removed for violating due process. "can a judge in criminal court tell you that because you are out on bail/bond, that you can not be appointed a public defender, because you have already wasted enough of the tax payers money? and threaten to lock you up when you cant afford to buy a lawyer?" Can they? Yep, judges commit felonies every day in the court room. I would file a criminal complaint with a Federal court against a judge like this. God, I would have a hay day in a court room with someone like that. "Throw me in jail, lets see what my time is...

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Do I have a lawsuit

A:  Okay, but I dont see why you want to sue him for offering you a bible. You could have just told him you were not interested in the Mormon teachings and left it at that. And.....handed him back the bible with a smile and thank you. tick No, you don''t have a law suit, you may have a claim that you can file though the EEOC and they may get your company to make a policy on this. But if he merely gave you a gift, and did not try to convert you, actually I don''t beleive this is even against a EEOC policy. Also to claify a few things, there is no Mormon bible, the "Mormons" they are really called the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mormon is a slang term. There is also another smaller group that use a simular name but are...

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Is it illegal to play ANY kind of game in the street?

A:  Yeah, first of all ignore this butthead. They are obviously jealous of your fun. After a while the cops will start to see that it''s your neighbors who are the real hazard. What if the call that the officer gets dispatched to is your crazy neighbor, and meanwhile a bank gets robbed? The police like to see one thing- the peace kept! So, when an officer comes by, be as cool as a cucumber NO MATTER WHAT. Soon the rest of the neighbors, as well as the local chapter of police officers will call this idiot out for what he /she really is- a pest! Good luck, and keep on playin'' You can not play in the street. there is a muni code that reads you can''t run or skip in a parking lot. You can get a ticket for just about anything. I love my job Man, that''s totally lame! I grew up...

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Does anyone know how Title 32 works?

A:  You seem to be asking about the AGR (Active Guard Force) program. Application procedures might vary, but will include filling out a NGB Form 34-1. The underlying regulation, AR 135-18, can be found at http://www.army.mil/usapa/epubs/pdf/r135_18.pdf IIRC, this is a program that allows one to go on active duty to fill specific specialist/support slots. States advertise the specific slots they need filled and people apply for them. Be aware, however, that there may be a "needs of the nation" clause that allows worldwide deployment (something that matters these days)....

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Will the Air Force allow me to adopt a child as a single parent, after I enter active duty?

A:  http://www.adopting.org/adoptions/adopti… And this should answer your question, too. http://www.uscg.mil/mlcpac/ldiv/docs/Ado… Why adopt a child that needs parents only to go on active duty and then the child will technically be without parents again? This is not about filling some void for you. The Air Force doesn''t make up the ''rules'' for adopting - you need to talk to a social worker. I''m with Cambria. Why would you bring a kid into that situation? Awful. Truly awful. i sure hope not....

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DUI/APC It''s just wrong!

A:  I will say that I *DO* agree with you. It's an asinine application of the law that actively encourages people to "take a chance" and drive home, knowing that they have only a small chance of being caught, whereas the chance of getting caught "sleeping under the influence" is high, because the police actively check out bar parking lots late at night. As an even more ridiculous application of the law, we had a guy last year in CA charged with DUI in an RV that was parked in a rented campground, with the legs down, sliders out, and utilities hooked up. Richard Please try to check with a local DUI defense attorney on this one. While I understand perfectly the officer's charge against...

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Help with Oklahoma child support amount.--Q

A:  Hey man let me tell you a secret, "She''s not doing this amicably." She seems to be fighting and you are not. When she files you have an opportunity to answer. You are suppose to file an answer to the claim and a financial affidavit so that child support can be calculated. ALL FORMS OF INCOME COUNT. Unemployment counts just aw your National Guard pay counts. Child support runs on federal guidelines so it is pretty standard nation wide. She sounds like she is trying to get what she can and can what she gets. You really need a lawyer and to stop acting like you and she are still on the same side. With 3 children you are going to pay about 25% of your Gross income. How close is that to what she is asking for? Originally Posted by jharris352 ...

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Can our landlord hold our possessions hostage?

A:  Get a court order to get your stuff. Did you pay a deposit? File with the court. If she is in the wrong she will have to pay the court fees on top of give all you things back. She can''t keep anything unless she filed a lien against it. And had you served with eviction notices. I think you are leaving the seminal fact out of your long message: HOW MUCH BACK RENT DO YOU OWE, AND HAVE YOU MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO PAY IT? My guess is that you left this out for a simple reason: You already know the answer to your question. Of course your landlord can exercise a lien on your stuff if you don''t pay the rent. All this other crapola in your question will sell in court about as well as it does with me--it is a boatload of excuses. Pay the rent and get your stuff. It is that simple. And yes, it is...

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Child Custody--Q

A:  How do you know what is going on in the house? Do you see the kids? If there is no food in the house and you can prove the kids are being neglected, call CPS but they may not do much if there is no proof. You are in a tough spot. First of all stop listeninfg to CPS when they tell you you will probably lose. By the way where is this brother that beat the 5 yr old? If you have one of the older siblings, you have a chance of getting the other 2 but you need to prove your sister is not fit. Please at least talk to a family law attorney next week to see what they recommend. My brother that beat my nephew has moved out of state. CPS did an investigation and they came by the house once every 2 weeks some weeks she skipped. I later found out that the 5 yr olds school...