I sent them all to random hotel rooms and I was never there and never intended on receiving the service .. Just waisting there time.. Is this illegal (Ontario Canada)
Not a good thing to be doing in the US either.
Sounds like there could be a solicitation of prostitution case here--but you'd need to ask a Canadian lawyer, especially if the police come after you.
My brother is getting kicked out of marine boot camp for fraudulent enlistment because of his shoulder surgery. When he signed up a year ago he told his recruiting officer about this, in which the recruiting officer told him to with hold. What ca...
Unfortunately it appears he also didn't tell them at MEPS during his physical.
If the shoulder injury is otherwise disqualifying, then his best shot/hope is that they separate him with an ELS separation. That carries less of a bad mark than being separated for misconduct based on fraudulent enlistment.
I was discharged from the USMC COG re3 JFV1 at bootcamp I already went to meps and passed the physical. I'm now just waiting to hear back of my waiver was approved. It's been a few weeks so I'm kinda nervous. are they still approving waivers?
Yes. But very difficult to get, especially with a prior separation.See question
A c.i entered a apartment building with mark bills to do a controlled buy. He was not seen going into the defendants residence but came out with a controlled substance. The buy was done in November the search warrant was executed December 16th and...
1. That's not my experience in how controlled buys are done--the delay in either the warrant or arrest.
2. You should talk to a criminal defense lawyer who can explore the validity of the warrant. The arrest and prosecution may be more problematic. This boils down in some ways to proving the buy. It would be better for the police to have found the money. But they can still proceed on the testimony of the witnesses. If the witnesses are believed, then it's possible to get a conviction. BUT this must be explored with your lawyer. That's better than generalized thoughts from blogging.See question
I am a contractor receiving a suitability determination letter. There are two things (misuse of a government computer and AWOL) they want me to answer on the eQip. This is due to my filing an EEO against my former agency. The former agency removed...
Have you received a denial letter and statement of reasons, which sets out your appeal rights?
It's different to a security clearance issue.
Agencies are required to give reasonable notice to
employees or applicants in writing, citing specific
reasons why they are deemed unsuitable. This
includes information on “materials relied upon”
to make the decision; time limits for response and
information regarding their rights to respond and have
representation. Suitability Actions are appealable to
the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) (http://
www.mspb.gov/). The procedures for filing an appeal
with the Board are found at 5 CFR 1201.
I'm married to an active duty soldier for two years. He never shared his BAH (supposedly he needed to pay me $700 a month). He always say it goes to the house bills and rent. We always fight and now it's gotten to the point that he's ditching me ...
While married and living together how you spend your money is up to you. There is no requirement that he give you any of the BAH.
If you separate there are rules on how much of the BAH he is required to provide, and it is not the total amount.
A friend of mine who committed a 2nd degree felony for statutory rape is wondering if he could be accepted into public or private universities. For instance I know that Florida International University runs a background check on all of its applica...
This would be something best asked to the school admissions office.
Felony convictions can have various collateral effects. One such effect is not being able to get certain types of educational loans. Another might be an inability to get a professional licence at the end of the education. This is not really something lawyers on this site are best able to answer.
Need a different lawyer for a trial.
If you have concerns, have you addressed them with your current lawyer?See question
I hired a lawyer to handle my case in general district court for $1500. However was able to reach agreement with plaintiff to drop charges before court & without using my lawyer. I told my lawyer the agreement & he said he hadn't talked to the DA ...
What does your written agreement say? Is this a flat fee or a hourly?
As Mr. Sprano points out, reaching an agreement with the accuser/victim doesn't necessarily stop the Commonwealth from continuing to prosecute, although it may be a factor in that decision.
Talk to your lawyer.
I have never had any misconducts but have been having misunderstandings with my chain of command. One of my raters told em that if I do not get out of the Army my evaluations are not going to be good and because of that I would end up in not getti...
You should try first talking with the 1SG, then use the open door policy to the SGM.
Depending on what the bias or prejudice it, you may want to consider a EO complaint, or even an IG complaint.
But you should use your chain of command first.