I have no other job experience 30+ years in insurance. Because of my age I would not be hired in at any company with no experience. Can I decline to sign the contract which also includes a 45 day notice if i voluntarily leave instead of 2 wee...
Never sign a non-compete without having an employment attorney review it. These things are fraught with danger. They are "the hobgoblins of little minds".See question
We had a nurse who refused/failed a drug test (depending on who you talk to) after being taken to test due to suspicion. Is it required that the employer report this to the board of nursing? My thoughts are a) this person needs help and b) if yo...
In Ohio, there is a professional duty for the employer and the nurse to disclose it to the Ohio Bd. of Nursing. The penalty will depend on the circumstances; from no action to possibly loss of license.See question
I was in a domestic violence assult with my child who is a minor. I went to the hospital for injuries. I called my shift supervisor to report off work the next day. I told him why. I then received messages from coworkers about if I was OK. And w...
Unfortunately, your employer has no duty of confidentiality. There is no legal cause-of-action under these circumstances unless your supervisor lied about it.See question
My wife works for a therapy clinic. They hired her direct supervisors sister to work the same job at the same clinic part time. However she is causing pure hell with my wife, not doing as instructed,not doing her job,and not showing up as schedule...
There is no law that makes nepotism illegal (unless she works for a government agency, and even then . . .)This must be resolved outside the judicial system. Or time to find a new job.See question
One dui in 2014 and second 2017 Bac 1.8% I am an active father and work full time and really can't afford jail time.
However, the statute is clear that to get any home monitoring the judge must certify that there is no room in jail for you; highly unlikely. Since you are near the low-tier, high-tier BAC a good attorney may be able to get this pled down to 10 days minimum instead of 20. It must be consecutively served. The assertion that you are an "active father" and "can't afford jail time" has little, if any bearing. The judge must follow the law. Also, 10 could be the minimum but you could get 180 days. I've seen it happen. You need a lawyerSee question
I'm being accused of sleeping with A minor
DO NOT CONSENT TO A POLYGRAPH WITHOUT A LAWYER! This is a recipe for disaster. Do not talk about this case with anyone but a lawyer. I don't think I can make this any more clear.See question
I would like my skull displayed by some of my friends upon my death. I know its sounds creepy and morbid, but it is my wish to do so. I just wanted to know if doing so was legal and what legal process is needed to do so. Thanks.
I don't know this answer but I suspect there is law that says one can not display human remains. (Museums notwithstanding). But, I'll bet that a funeral home administrator can answer your question. (I'm moving this question to probate).See question
I was arrested on an anonymous tip that I had child porn, I was arrested and after 9 months with my electonics, phones, there was nothing of course and charges were withdrawn. Actually I was never charge by had to pay 125K bond (12.5K non refunda...
Your question is a mixture of criminal, civil rights, and privacy law. All complex stuff. There are ways of removing information from law enforcement databases and other public records but it takes time. Also, as counsel has said, even if this information has been removed from law enforcement, other websites have pulled the information and still have it for paid background checks. (I, too, have had this problem. Someone with my exact same name and locality was convicted of sexual misconduct from many years ago, but it still popped up on the web from a Plain Dealer article).
This problem must be attacked from several different angles, details of which are beyond the scope of this forum. If you call me, I will attempt to briefly guide you. (I am moving this question to "Privacy".)See question
I was suspended this morning from my job because supposedly someone called my place of employment and said I was dealing drugs. I was first told that I was fired and I needed to return my badge and keys. When I got there the story had changed and ...
If the dealing of the drugs is false, then you can sue the speaker for slander provided you suffer actual damages from the falsity. However, being falsely accused of something in the employment context does not limit the employer from suspending you.See question
I tried legal Aid and I was told they want be able to help me or give me any advice because they are already helping the person/and gave advice to the person I am going to court against. What other option do I have?
You characterized this as "criminal defense". This must be a mistake because legal aid does not prosecute, nor do they defend criminal matters. More information is needed here. I'm moving this question to "Litigation".See question