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Can I become a lawyer with a Criminal Record?

A:  Oh yea, most lawyers are crooks any ways and you will have the record to prove it....

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I have a decent paying job and go to school, but my credit is really shot. Where do begin the recovery process?

A:  Generally speaking, credit scoring models make no differentiation between a voluntary and involuntary repossession of a vehicle; any repossession is considered as a strongly derogatory item on a consumerÂ’s credit file. For most consumers, the repossession of a vehicle would cause a sharp decline the consumerÂ’s credit score; however, since your credit score has already fallen to around 450, it is unlikely that your it will fall much further. Because of the credit problems you are already experiencing, the impact of surrendering your vehicle should probably not be your primary concern. Rather, you should focus on resolving your debts, which should then lead to an increase in your credit rating over time. To read more about credit, credit reports, and credit scoring,...

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Can an employer legally fire a probationary employee if they strike with the union?

A:  Usually when you are on probationary status you don''t have full Union rights until you complete the period. I wouldn''t participate in the strike until your probationary is up if you want to keep the job. The law forbids employers from disciplining employees for joining a labor or trade union. Unfortunately, the employer can probably find other reasons, particularly with a probationary employee. you can fire someone on probation for pretty much anything You are on probation. They can fire you for no reason at all. That''s why they have a probation period. You are not fully covered by the union until you are made permanent. Ask to speak with the lawyers that represent the Union before you decide what to do. Explain to the

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Is it legal for an employer to fire an atwill employee b/c i won't take on a higher position w/o higher pay?

A:  I don''t think it''s illegal. If this is a large company, then you may have some recourse. Personally I would not quit. If you get fired, they will have to pay you unemployment. With that said, I would get a free consultation with a lawyer or contact the EEOC for the state in which you live. Good Luck, http://aac.ebusinesswiz.com Sounds like the proverbial rock & hard place. Unfortunately, it is legal. Do you like the job? Do you have benefits? How''s the job market where you are? Can you take the job and start looking elsewhere? Try not to quit as that eliminates unemployment. Try negotiating with your boss, go for a raise after 90 days. It could be that they will take it rather than have to hire and train someone new. Good Luck If you are an "at...

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Collections for a loan I ave not knowledge of did not--Q

A:  How can I find out who took out a loan in my name When contacting the collection agency do everything in writing. Their contact info should be available on your credit report. If you don''t believe the account is yours and does not belong on your credit report, utilize the dispute process through the credit bureau. The collection agency will have to confirm that you are the right person, and that will be hard to do if they don''t have the proper info. That said, if this really is your debt and you are thinking you can sneak away from it because some of the info is wrong, think again. There are many ways that they can still connect it to you. If after disputing the entry on your credit report they refuse to remove it, add a personal statement to your report that addresses the issue so...

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Do the prosecutor contact the misdeameanor accuser a head

A:  Ask your atty. What makes you think the charges will be dropped? If you've been charged you have or will get a court date for an arraignment. If the charges have been dropped you will most likely find out when you go to court that day. If not, you will have to enter a plea of guilty or not guilty. The fact that the prosecutor have talked to the accuser or not doesn't make a difference. If you have retained an attorney, he will tell you if the case gets dismissed. Otherwise, when you go to a hearing they will either tell you then, or your hearing will have been vacated because of a dismissal. Call the clerk's office to ask them. Note that prosecutors are paid to prosecute, not dismiss.  They can continue the prosecution...

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should i contest this will?

A:  Yes, you do have grounds to contest the will. You will need to get a copy of the newer will from the courthouse and take the older copy of the will with you when you start interviewing attorneys to find one to represent you, and you need to have some idea of the value of the estate. Some states allow trustees to request a copy of the trust document and trust accounting information by sending a certified letter to the trustee. You need to be talking to a local trust attorney in your area to find out whether Georgia allows you that right. In any case, you need to be talking to a probate attorney in the same county where the will is being probated to find out when and how to contest this will. Be advised that you may...

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HELP? reposesed car from a friend under my name

A:  I guess youll never do this again...... You will have to sue your friend and get a judgement and a couple of years down the road when he gets a REAL JOB, you can have his paycheck attached, where can I find info in how to do sue against this ''friend''? quote:Originally posted by peter: I guess youll never do this again...... You will have to sue your friend and get a judgement and a couple of years down the road when he gets a REAL JOB, you can have his paycheck attached, quote:Originally posted by etinoco:where can I find info in how to sue against this ''friend''? quote:Originally posted by etinoco: My response: At a law office, in consultation with your new attorney. That would be a good place. IAAL...

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Those saying we all HAVE to carry ''papers'' anyway...where does it say that?

A:  I agree. If it''s a law to carry ID, then there must be some consequence (ticket, arrest, etc) for ''breaking'' this law by not carrying ID. What is the consequence? There are general identification cards as I already stated. They look just like a license for those who don''t have a license to still prove who they are for employment/school/whatever. You are required to carry a picture ID with you. Stop trying to twist words around to mean what you want it to and stop reposting same thing several times with different wording. And they can ticket you. There''s your consequence. Just because it''s not widely reprimanded doesn''t mean it isn''t a law. One Example: driving without your licence.... in MA it''s $50 if...

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What constitutes a Notice?

A:  Pretty much what the employer wishes to consider as "notice." You won''t find one exact legal definition, if that''s what you''re wondering. In the circumstances you describe, it would be worthwhile to file for an appeal (i.e. a hearing) with the UC Division if it''s not too late. I can''t predict what they''ll rule as I expect there are a few more facts than what you''ve included in your post however. That''s pretty much it. My former employer was told I was leaving by a third party, and he fired me saying he was "accepting my resignation". Is there a particular format an appeal should be in, and where can I find it? Or is it just a paper in my words? Information on how to file an appeal will have been included with the Initial Determination you received. Don''t delay...