If I understand you correctly, the judge may have given him only time served from May 1, 2013 forward, in which case he may have to serve the majority of his sentence. On the other hand, if your court day was May 1 or thereabouts, and the judge grated time served before that date, then you would subtract the time served before may 1 from the 2 year sentence total to find out when he may get out. Also a judge or parole board may consider an earlier release under some circumstances and...
You should contact an employment attorney in your area, many will offer you a free consultation. The issues regarding your employment and dismissal should be reviewed in light of the employment agreement you signed. The details of your bosses abuse and aggressiveness should be reviewed with an attorney.
Zebulon Kelly Chandler
Attorney at Law
Chandler and Chandler Law Group
It is important how and what the detective told the Judge and AD he 'made up' if it is the entire report or the key elements then the judge should question the entire charging report. Your attorney should have a better understanding of the admission made by the detective and advise you on how to proceed.
This is a very serious case that you should speak to experienced local counsel about. It is too broad in scope and too serious a case to get a significant meaningful answer in an online forum due to it's highly fact intensive nature. To start look on avvo for local employment discrimination and sexual harassment attorneys and then set up some appointments.
As discussed in some of the other answers a manager is distinct from an agent. An agent primarily books performances, appearances, and seeks out and schedules opportunities to perform for an artist. This is a job in and of itself and is often referred to as a booking agent. Fee arrangements such as a flat fee per booking, or a percentage of the total artist fee per show may be used. Booking agent percentages usually range from 5 to 15 %.
A manager is a more varied role that may take...
As discussed, lawyers rates may vary and the time that it takes to review a release may vary depending on the complexity or simplicity of the release. You may expect to spend somewhere between 200 - 500 to do a complete review of the agreement and the rights it transfers.
Reviewing a release form with a lawyer is a good idea, particularly if you are concerned in the way the live performance (s), images, etc will be utilized by the other party. However if you are comfortable transacting...
These are the types of cases that an attorney may help individuals defend themselves against. A key aspect of the situation is whether you actually did violate any rules of the road, and if not did the officer give you his/her justification for pulling you over? (Presumably a lane change violation)
The law's legal standard requires an ' reasonable suspicion' which the officer must be able to articulate. Often failure to use a blinker or other minor driving infractions are enough....
You should speak with a family law attorney about your situation. The question is very fact intensive and cannot be effectively addressed in this forum. In short, yes you may potentially loose sole/primary custody of your child.