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Is the Federal regulations requiring someone with a green card to carry it with them still in effect?

A:  Yes, since it is a Federal law, as part of the immigration and naturalization laws, it is still in effect. The card actually does say the immigrant is required to carry the card at all times. 1) there is NO such law. The only requirement of the 1974 law is filling out an I-9 form and presenting those documents to your employer for verification. 2) There is a supreme court decision (5 repuiblicans -4 Democrats) requiring people to show picture ID- state issued drivers license or ID card, when asked by the police. But no federal law. 3) Social card says on the back that it is NOT a legal ID card. 4) Giving police...

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question about legal standpoint on polygraph test--Q

A:  Has the child been to a DR? I know you said you have no money for an attorney but somehow someway you have to find one. See if an attorney will let you make payments. Was her mother offered to take a test? The child is the most important thing right now, finding out if she has been assulted or if maybe her mother is convincing her that you have done something.(not hard to do with a 3 year old child) You MUST find an attorney to protect yourself and your child. a court appointed is better then nothing. Good luck to you and that baby. Razoroth, you should immediately stop talking to the police. There is a reason people are advised not to talk to the police without benefit if counsel. There is a supreme court...

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this just kills me

A:  Third thread on this one!!! As I said on one of the others - THE US WAS EXECUTING JUVENILES??!!!!!! Don''t see how you missed the thread supreme court strikes down death penalty for juveniles... Stupid is as stupid does. How is a 16 year old killer different from an 18 year old killer? I''m sorry, you take someone''s life in a criminal act and you pay for it justly. This ruling is wrong. We have way, way too many gang bangers who are going to look at this as a green light for murder. cjhsa, why not just drop the age down to say 6 then? There are simple psychological tests than can determine intent. I think that''s all that matters....

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Is there a Time Frame for a court Arraignment after Someone has been Jailed

A:  The following are NE statutes: Section 29-1802 Indictment; recording; service of copy on defendant; arraignment, when had. The clerk of the district court shall, upon the filing of any indictment with him, and after the person indicted is in custody or let to bail, cause the same to be entered of record on the journal of the court; and in case of the loss of the original, such record or a certified copy thereof shall be used in place thereof upon the trial of the cause. Within twenty-four hours after the filing of an indictment for felony, and in every other case on request, the clerk shall make and deliver to the sheriff, the defendant or his counsel a copy of the indictment, and the sheriff on receiving such copy shall serve the same upon...

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What I have been noticing is that people support keeping a child with the bio-parents even when Family courts?

A:  I cannot agree that it is usually the parents, and the statistics don''t support that opinion either. All one has to do is to google Richard Wexler, and go to any of the links and you will find that in evidence. Children do better with their family, even in cases of some slight abuse. If most children were taken from their homes and put in foster for abuse I would probably be more impressed, but when "neglect" is the issue, I really take exception. A single mother, whether divorced or never married, is very much at risk of being accused of abuse and found guilty. And, there are many children who are fast tracked into adoptive homes from foster, primarily because those children are the ones who bring the money in to the state, from the feds. Neglect can and often is a mother who...

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Why Have Judges With Bias~How supreme is That?

A:  Who judges the judges ? <jnn7...webtv.net> wrote in message news:20834-409005F7-18...storefull-3135.bay.webtv.net... On Tue, 13 Sep 2005 16:24:07 -0600, "curmudgeon" <briticanlankey...bresnan.net> wrote: Who judges the judges ? Why, that would have to be a "judge," wouldn''t it? Can you imagine a civilized society without SOMEONE having the final say in a dispute? All we can argue about is who those persons shall be and what the conditions are for submitting to their decision. But the idea that justice demands a remedy for every "wrong" decision by someone we require to make it is simply sophomoric nonsense.- Jon Beaver Jon Beaver wrote: On Tue, 13 Sep 2005 16:24:07 -0600, "curmudgeon" <briticanlankey...bresnan.net> wrote:Who judges...

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How is child support divided up with multiple women?

A:  If someone has child support deducted from their paycheck, it isn''t a tax, it is a garnishment. What happens is that the child support can be withheld up to a maximum. The maximum varies based on whether or not the parent is supporting a second family or whether or not the parent owes more than 12 weeks back child support. Let''s say that your friend is married and they have a kid and he owes no back child support. So the most that can be deducted from his paycheck is 50% of his after tax income. So if he earns $1000 per paycheck and taxes are $300, his disposable income is $700 (1000 - 300). The most that can be withheld from his paycheck is $350 (700 / 2). If he owes more than $350 per paycheck in child support, he will only have $350 deducted from his paycheck. Each of the baby mamas...

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What is the use of apex court?

A:  ha ha ha ha . lawyer saahib . supreme court is apex court. first comes lower court then high court then supreme court (apex court) it is at local area court. it is atlowest positioned. apex court means supreme court of India,it is a appellate corut and wrt court Apex court means the highest court of law in a state. In case of india it is the

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How should i tell my 9 year old she is adopted?

A:  You said: ''I adopted her from my brother and his wife at birth. They have 5 other children, one of which is her twin brother''. At 9 years old I think she should be told exactly that and hopefully in attendance and full support of your brother''s family. The other 5 children should be involved as well. She most likely will go through a range of emotions and will need the support of the entire family. eta: I also agree with others that she should have been told long ago. Waiting till now makes this much more difficult for everyone involved. Your daughter will have some major issues no matter how you tell. Your whole family failed her. She will have troubles with trust, honesty, belonging, and the list goes on. You have intentionally manipulated her life. Her twin brother and other siblings...

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Is it legal for a security guard in pennsylvania to give a citation for speeding in a private development?

A:  How would that ever hold up in court? In some cases like traffic citations the court is a civil court as opposed to a criminal court. There are some security guards who are authorized to write tickets that are enforceable in civil court. In other cases the security guard can make a sworn statement to law enforcement who would actually sign the ticket....