Legal Advice for Due Process — 9 results
Written by attorney Nathan Wente, over 3 years ago.
5th 14th Amendments
We are all familiar with the phrases "beyond a reasonable doubt" and "innocent until proven guilty." These are the rights given to all individuals who find themselves,... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, over 3 years ago.
Collection Due Process hearings are a powerful tool in the right situation. They get you in front of an Appeals Officer to discuss your collection issue and they receive priority on the... more
Written by attorney Robert Suhajda, about 4 years ago.
CDP hearings are informal proceedings that provide a delinquent taxpayer with an opportunity to be heard before the IRS can levy upon his or her property in order to satisfy outstanding tax... more
Written by attorney Robert Gardana, over 3 years ago.
ELEVENTH CIRCUIT citiing Supreme Court rules Valdosta State University student entitled to due process over his facebook page! ([D]ue process requires, in connection with a suspension of 10... more
Written by attorney Michael Morgan, over 3 years ago.
I have observed in both the courts of limited jurisdiction and the King County Superior Court defendants in shackles when their case is being heard. It is customarily considered by courts... more
Written by attorney Henry Lively, almost 5 years ago.
When you receive a Notice of Intent to Levy from the IRS it will come with a form to Request a Collection Due Process Hearing ("CDP") or Equivalent Hearing. What exactly is this and what... more
Written by attorney Alan Brinkmeier, almost 6 years ago.
Fifth Amendment The Fifth Amendment guarantees due process about all matters pertaining to laws of the federal government.
Our Fifth Amendment says....
"No person shall be held to... more
Written by attorney Diane Wiscarson, almost 5 years ago.
In the vast majority of situations,
parents and school staff work collaboratively to implement an appropriate
education for students with disabilities. In the rare situation where the... more
Written by attorney Renee E. Moeller, over 6 years ago.
Grievance proceeding lack full due process rights granted by the United States Constitution Yet the Texas Supreme Court does not grant those due process rights to grieved attorneys. As in... more