My job has recently acquired a new supervisor who has been here since mid-December. Since his arrival, many new rules have been introduced or old ones changed. Before an employee could request multiple weekends off in a month as long as they wer...
Unfortunately, they likely can terminate you for not complying with the rule. It is really not fair. Before giving in, I would look at your employment manual or employment contract to see if there is any policy that would help you.See question
So me and my girlfriend starting dating and I am 17 and she is 14. We have not done anything sexual. Can her parents charge me with statutory rape for just dating her in the state of sc?
Since around 2005 the Criminal Sexual Conduct statutes contained what is called "Romeo's Law." It basically says that you can not be found guilty of Criminal Sexual Conduct with a minor if you are 18 or under and she is 14 or over and the acts are consensual. However, it my opinion you should be very careful. If you do not have the parent's permission to see her then you are asking for trouble.See question
Got pulled over no liscen
Yes it is possible for you to get sentenced up to 60 days if your license was not suspended for DUI if it was suspended for DUI then you can get 60 days to six month. The likelihood of you getting jail time depends on a lot of factors, primarily the judge you have. I would consult with a criminal attorney in your area to get more information.See question
Do have to cooperate if I dont want to be a confidential informant anymore
This is a difficult question without knowing the facts of your situation. Generally, I will say you do not have to cooperate on any new matter. Although there may be consequences if you are attempting to work off a charge. If you are subpoenaed to testify for CI work done in the past, then you have to cooperate. However, before you do anything I would discuss this matter with an attorney who is aware of the specific facts of your case.See question
Totaled my car by October last year, waited few months till my auto insurance paid some of the balance, car is upside down so I made a claim for the remaining balance through gap been dealing them for few months they said it's fine then found out ...
I would ask the insurance company to explain it to you. If they can't give a reasonable explanation I would consult with a lawyer about a first party bad faith claim.See question
I have given a consulting firm 1500$ (online transfer) for H1 processing on last wednesday. They haven't provided any invoice and I did not sign any contract agreement yet. I asked my money back today since i got information from some friends that...
You can sue them, and you may win. Unfortunately that does not always mean you will get your money back. It really depends on the company and their assets. If you can't find any assets then there may not be any recovery even if you win the case. I would consult with a lawyer and bring any documentation you have.See question
Haven trouble with neighbors who life behind me
Yes they can. Now in some situations you may be able to make a nuisance claim, but to know this you would need to talk to a lawyer. If the cutting causes an unreasonable interference with your property then you may have a claim for nuisance.See question
The chase was maybe a mile nobody got hurt or anything.
The charge carries a maximum of 5 years. You should talk to a local attorney or get a public defender to get a better idea of a likely outcome on your case.See question
My wife and I went to the doctors office last week. She was feeling dizzy shortness of breathe and just weird. The doctor asked her question of course and asked if she could be pregnant my wife was like um.. no. So the doctor ran blood test and ca...
I am very sorry, While the Doctor may have messed up, a lawsuit would likely be cost prohibited. Most medical malpractice cases cost tens of thousands of dollars to bring. Therefore, you are unlikely to find an attorney to be willing to advance the money to sue the doctor if you do not have serious lasting damages. Most attorneys would not take this on a contingency fee. Sorry this happened to you.See question
I provided false information to a police officer and I paid my full bail, I have a court date just to speak with judge and plead guilty or innocent, the guards and the arresting officer told me to ask to apply for PTI to get it off my record. If I...
Possibly but probably not. That being said, PTI is probably a good program. PTI is not a guilty plea. PTI is a program to avoid having to plea guilty. If you successfully complete PTI there will be no chance of jail time. It also keeps your record clean. If you do not have a record do not plea guilty without talking to a lawyer. A false information charge could really hurt you.See question