Legal Advice for Community Service — 7 results
Written by attorney Anne Marie Healy, over 1 year ago.
In California, defendants can be sentenced to community service in lieu of jail time. Depending on the amount of community service that was ordered, the defendant will be given 3 months to... more
Written by attorney Melissa R Holmes, over 2 years ago.
The Community Service Labor Program (CSLP) can be used by people that have been charged with drug possession or possession of drug paraphernalia. You are not eligible for the program if... more
Written by attorney F. Powers, over 3 years ago.
Post-Judgment Services Center
832 East Fourth Street, Suite 4000, Charlotte, NC 28202Office: 704-686-0230Fax: 704-686-0325
The PJSC provides a single point of contact where a defendant's... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Blanford, over 2 years ago.
If the court orders you to perform community service (usually in lieu of jail time) below is a list of pre-approved agencies. Even though these are preapproved you should still get your... more
Written by attorney Kevin Smith, over 4 years ago.
Why would someone want this program? Successful completion of the community service and drug education components of this program result in a dismissal of the charges and no conviction or... more
Written by attorney Daniel Newbold, almost 5 years ago.
The Rulings Under IRS Chief Counsel Advisory 201021050 and Private Letter Ruling 201021048 (the "Rulings"), the IRS concluded that income of California registered domestic partners is... more
Written by attorney William C. Head, about 2 years ago.
This guide discusses how community service relates to the prosecution and resolution of a DUI-DWI.
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