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What can you do if your employer is not paying you due to lack of funds?

A:  There is only one thing you can do... Report him to the state department of labor wage and hour division at 1-866-4US-WAGE. I also suggest you begin looking for employment else where as soon as possible. If you honestly believe that what he owes you will eventually be paid, then stay. Otherwise, you''d probably be better off on unemployment. You''re not making any money where you are and at least you would have a steady income. He won''t fight the claim because he hasn''t been paying you, which means he hasn''t been paying taxes either, I''ll bet. Hopefully, he paid his unemployment insurance, or you could be in a world of hurt. Look for another job quickly, because no matter the outcome and no matter what he''s up to, you''re not going to come by that money soon. I would tell him, pay me...

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What do I do if a car I want to buy has no title?

A:  First, no title, no sale! The buyer has something to hide, or doesn''t have legal releases for the vehicle. A bounty of things could go wrong, the car could be "rebuilt" which lowers the value, more than one registered owner, means more releases of interest forms to be completed. The best thing to do is get the VIN, call the DMV for your area, tell them you are interested in buying, give them the VIN, they will tell you if a title exists for the car, or if you are looking at problems. Never, repeat never purchase a car without seeing the current title to the car. The car you''re thinking of could have a newer title issued for it, and the seller isn''t able to sell because he isn''t the legal owner, that would be your first problem, many more would follow. Do not purchase a car...

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Do you regret becoming a lawYER?

A:  well, i''m really interested in law but this is basically the same thing that everyone may have to face. just because your parents think this is the ideal career doesn''t mean you have to do it. if you love another career, go for it! life''s too short to have any regrets, don''t regret not changing careers and having a shot at something you love! I was never so happy as I was when I started studying law, I found it so interesting. I loved law from the time I started studying it until the time I retired, a couple of months ago. But I know it doesn''t suit everyone, and quite honestly, if you don''t enjoy it, you should get out, because you have constant responsibility and constant demands on your time. It is not a...

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How long do you think before War Crimes charges are brought against Israelis?

A:  Bombarding Israeli towns is a war crime. Using civilians as human shields is a war crime. Defending yourself from terrorist attack is not a war crime Exactly what war crimes are you referring to? as an ex British soldier who has seen active duty i can assure you that every country which has been involved in a conflict has on the whole lost more civilians than military personnel, in the case of Israel when you are being fired on and the aggressor uses civilian buildings or people as shields then it is those people who are guilty of war crimes in this case Hamas. Israel was left no choice but to defend it self. Hamas and those like them do not want peace or diplomatic dialogue they want total power and to dominate not just Israel but the...

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What if you think you were laid off due to health reasons?

A:  A  company may not retaliate against an employee or lay him her off *because* of FMLA. That does not mean that they cannot fire or layoff a person who took FMLA because of other reasons, such as a restructuring, performance issues, or even a personality conflict with coworkers or boss, for example. Based on what you write there may not be an obvious other reason, so (especially given the timing) this may have been improper retaliation. You may wish to consult with an employment or labor attorney, with whom you discuss your situation confidentially in more detail and get legal advice or counsel. One note: unless you have a contract saying that you get severance (and defining it in some way), there  is no...

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Is a person a criminal if the only way to get money to survive at that time is to resort to breaking the law?

A:  who invented the law? it came from nowhere, so really you can''t say anything is a crime, and i would move to alaska and live in a log house, catch fish for food, go toilet downstream and fetch water upstream, easy Main Entry: criminal Function: noun Date: circa 1626 1 : one who has committed a crime 2 : a person who has been convicted of a crime It depends on your interpretation. Technically, they are not a criminal if they have not been convicted of the crime. Having said that, why would anyone every need to commit a crime in America again. Obama is our President. We will all be taken care of. All of our needs will now be taken care of by the messiah. hallaleuah and praise be to the messiah Obama. Please tell me you all recognized that...

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WOMEN ONLY -- Do you consider your husband going to strip clubs on occassion "cheating"?

A:  Everyone is different and we cant answer for your wife...Talk to her about it... i would not let my husband go and spend money on getting in the front door or for a lap dance.if he wants to spend that kind of money ill stand outside my front door take $20.00 from him the charge him another amount to get into our bedroom and give him as many lap dances he wants or set a pole in our room and give him a really show..when it comes to my husband i will do anything to be his little freak in the bedroom..he has no reason (or want)to look at another women.and yes for the right price you can sleep or see those "women" after the club close.sorry but the money he makes is for his family not for girlies swinging their stuff in front of his face/...and no im not insecure its just would rather...

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In Oregon can a person with a permit drive to school & back home, alone?.....?

A:  No. Rules are specific. You heard wrongly. A provisional instruction permit allows you to operate a vehicle only if you are accompanied by a person who: Has a valid driver license; Is at least 21 years of age; and Is sitting beside you. Why not ask the people who issue your permit when you get it. At least they won''t intentionally give you the wrong answer like some people would on this forum....

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Do you support the Obama Administrationís decision to challenge Arizona immigration law?

A:  No, I do not. I believe that the majority will be on the side of Arizona in this, as well. Obama does not care about the people''s wishes or the best interests of this country, only his agenda and power grab. Only because BO, that real real real bad smell coming out of the White House, is going to get a smack down. yes, they need to fix the details. A person WHO IS A LEGAL RESIDENT OF THIS STATE MAY BRING AN ACTION 37 IN SUPERIOR COURT TO CHALLENGE ANY OFFICIAL OR AGENCY OF THIS STATE OR A 38 COUNTY, CITY, TOWN OR OTHER POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THIS STATE THAT ADOPTS 39 OR IMPLEMENTS A POLICY OR PRACTICE THAT LIMITS OR RESTRICTS THE ENFORCEMENT 40 OF FEDERAL IMMIGRATION lawS TO LESS THAN THE FULL EXTENT PERMITTED...

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In the state of Texas, is it legal for a person under the age of 21 to drink with a parent supervision?

A:  If the minor consumes the alcohol under the authority of the parent (in private or public) then it is legal. See below. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CODE CHAPTER 106. PROVISIONS RELATING TO AGE § 106.01. DEFINITION. In this code, "minor" means a person under 21 years of age. Acts 1977, 65th Leg., p. 513, ch. 194, § 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1977. Amended by Acts 1981, 67th Leg., p. 257, ch. 107, § 8, eff. Sept. 1, 1981; Acts 1985, 69th Leg., ch. 285, § 8, eff. Sept. 1, 1986; Acts 1985, 69th Leg., ch. 462, § 9, eff. Sept. 1, 1986. § 106.02. PURCHASE OF ALCOHOL BY A MINOR. (a) A minor commits an offense if the minor purchases an alcoholic beverage. A minor does not commit an offense if the minor purchases an alcoholic beverage under the...