i do home care but do not transport my client. they do require proof of insurance and i understand that but they have also forced me to provide my confirmation page from my insurance company stating i would be removed from scheduling til turned in...
If your employer is a state of local government agency, your situation may present a constitutional issue. A quasi-governmental function would present an interesting wrinkle. If your employer is a private company or person, there are certain Michigan statutes protecting workers that might help you. More details would be helpful, such as whether you work under a collective bargaining agreement or a formal contract or employer's manual of work rules. For some home care workers, there has been a controversy about their being represented by a statewide union. a union contract, or collective bargaining agreement could be very helpful. Good luck.
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I want to file a habeas corpus to petition for conviction to be overturned. I got off parole March 30, 2012. Can I do that?
A new federal law makes it more difficult to obtain habeas corpus relief, however, it can still be done in most cases in my experience. I think what you are after is to challenge your conviction and fully rehabilitate your civil rights. Each case is different, but there are often other ways to do this. You should discuss this with an attorney.
All fines, community service hours, counseling, and other requirements are finished. The sticking point is that I violated by testing positive alcohol halfway through and my prob violation date is 6/27. Can i move by 7/6 or will I be stuck in Mich...
It was not clear from your question which court is involved. Most of the local courts use a testing method that the federal government and experts say is unreliable. You did not mention whether you had been drinking. If you had not been drinking, yours may be one of those false positives. I concur in the advice of the other responses of local counsel.
I was working for a job 70 miles away and my old contract company told me my position with them was open again. It's closer to me and working for the government. They said I had to start in one and a half weeks. It's now a week past my start dat...
Your sense of the thing is correct. The employer is bound, if there is an express contract or, as here, you were given a reasonable expectation of employment. There are over twenty (20) recent cases in Michigan on this point. I would want to go over details, to be sure.
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