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Charged with Unemployment fraud .how to avoid conviction in criminal court?

A:  Contact the unemployment office about repayment options. I''m unclear how you weren''t aware that you can''t collect unemployment while working but that''s neither here nor there. Contact the office and see if you can reach a financial settlement with them. If you think it''s necessary you can contact an attorney to act on your behaf but that will cost you additional funds so I''d suggest seeing where you get with the unemployment office first. They may elect not to press charges against you if you can reach a settlement agreement. Best of luck! Charged with Unemployment fraud .how to avoid conviction in criminal court? get this resolved before you have to go to court, that is the only way to prevent being convicted..... you are guilty and do NOT have a defense....

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What does free for adoption mean?

A:  Free for adoption is a term used when a child is no longer legally tied to a parental entity. Therefor the child is ''free for adoption''. meaning free to be adopted by an eligible family. In the UK the term is used in reference to children in foster care who wont be returned to their parents and the family court judge decides that the child should be ''freed for adoption'' which means they can be adopted without their natural parents consenting to the adoption as the parents rights have been terminated. It means parental rights have been severed by a court of law. It also means the time has passed for the bio parents to file for an appeal. Even if they file for an appeal in most all cases...

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What does an accounting assistant do in an accounting office?

A:  The role can be very varied'' dependant on the sector in which you seek to be employed in. So if you are wondering how to choose a career in accounts finance; an accountant career. The most important requirement for any role in finance accounts jobs is self-confidence with Math and good computer skills. Accuracy is a very important of the role, so you must be a stickler for detail. Most accounts jobs will require using a computer. A good knowledge of spreadsheet and database packages such as SAGE, Microsoft Excel and Access is very useful. Junior clerks usually perform tasks such as data entry, processing invoices and paperwork, maintaining information files and general office duties; so having previous office experience is of great advantage. The most important qualities that you will be...

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Clarification regarding law school lecture from professor in criminal law procedure?

A:  I believe the case would have a sealed acquittal, though I''m not 100% sure, it might remain unsealed unless there is a separate motion to seal it upon completion. This might also vary State to State. The record exists as soon as the arrest is made. They never destroy records, so the only option would be sealing it, which would happen automatically upon completion of the ACOD (in New York, we don''t use the ''O'', it''s just an ''ACD'', but it''s the same thing). Note: if you are in New York Courts, be wary of confusing an A and a CD (A level misdemeanor and Conditional Discharge) with an ACD. The former is a significant misdemeanor, which will stay on the record, but not result in jailtime...

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What does this army code mean 25INRIL ? im trying to find out what unit im going to in ft riley?

A:  Not sure but look it up on this link. It could simply be the reporting unit and not your assigned unit....

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What does ...order to show cause mean when it is filed by a probate lawyer.

A:  It just means you are filing to show cause why you think you are owed a bill or why you want to become exutor of a estate that is being probated or why you believe you are owed money things like this...

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What does post-petition debt mean and is it legal for HOA''s to use this after a chapter 7 discharged?

A:  The discharge you get in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharges debts incurred BEFORE you filed your petition. Any debt you incur AFTER you filed your bankruptcy petition, even if you incurred that debt while the bankruptcy case was pending, does not get discharged. That means that you still have to any HOA dues that may accrued after you filed your Chapter 7 petition. Furthermore, once you get your Chapter 7 discharge, the ''automatic stay'' that prevented collection activity while your case was pending no longer applies, so there is nothing to stop the HOA from doing whatever it is allowed to do under state law to collect the debt. If you were represented by an attorney who handled your bankruptcy, you may want to direct this question to the...

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Can someone help.? When Immigrating to the UK. What does an invitation letter mean. Can anyone understand me.?

A:  An invitation letter is pretty much exactly what it sounds like and i know that many expect it to be something more complicated. It is usually written regarding a person intending to travel to the UK by an individual or a party who is acting as a sponsor when you are in that country. They are inviting you to visit and pretty much are responsible to make sure you are reasonably provided for to avoid government assistance in case such situation presents itself. You would typically take that letter to the consulate while obtaining a travel visa or whatever documents you need to be in that country. It does not need to be in any fancy or legal lingo, just detail that so and so is inviting you and that they will support and provide you while you are in the country...

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What does I and L mean under Drive in my car?

A:  Intermediate gear is 2nd or 3rd gear depending on how many gears your transmission have. Low gear is usually only 1st gear. Putting the transmission in any of these selections would make the transmission not shift into a higher gear. So if you put the gear shifter in Low, it will not go higher than 1st gear. D or Drive allows the transmission to shift throughout all the gears. The times you would use any low gear selection is when torque is required like when going up very steep climbs, towing, deep snow, dirt, etc....

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In intestate law, what does the term issue mean?

A:  Anyone want to try this?...