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Can You Be Pulled Over for Driving During Wisconsin COVID 19 Safer At Home Order?
Post On Mar. 26, 2020
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When I got home from work yesterday I walked to my mailbox and spotted my neighbor. We struck up polite conversation, consistent with social distancing mandates of course. During our conversation he expressed uncertainty as to whether he could drive during the Governor’s Safer at Home order. I do...

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Five Things You Need To Know About The USCIS Delays Under the Trump Administration
Post On Apr. 25, 2019
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AILA Doc. No. 19032730 | Dated March 26, 2019 AILA member Shachar Shawn Malachovsky discussed the top five issues surrounding USCIS delays under the Trump administration. One: Processing times for USCIS cases are delayed: According to a recent AILA Policy Brief, "USCIS Processing Delays Have...

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Professional License Application and Disclosure of a Criminal Record and Proof of Rehabilitation
Post On Apr. 04, 2019
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I recently wrote about real estate applicant who failed to disclose a criminal conviction on his Real Estate Commission application. Upon discovery he was disciplined and his license was revoked. Today’s guide involves the exact opposite result for one of my clients. The Crime - a Hearing - A...

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What to do if your spouse cheats on you
Post On May 27, 2015
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The breakup of a marriage can be one of the most difficult and painful experiences a person can suffer. This pain can be exacerbated by the discovery of a spouse’s infidelity . If you're considering a divorce, learn what steps to take before you confront your spouse. Steps to Take Before...

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REGULATING THE CONDUCT AND ETHICS OF TAX PROFESSIONALS

This article explains the reciprocal nature of the ethical requirements governing all Tax Professionals. It also explains a taxpayer’s rights when confronted with unethical and inappropriate conduct. It then explains the tools available to Tax Professionals to report any ethical violations. Finally,...

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Top Ten Reasons for Getting Your North Carolina Criminal Conviction Expunged
Post On Jul. 25, 2014
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Reasons why you need an Expungement of your old North Carolina Convictions 1. Employment & Professional Licensure Employment is probably the most significant area affected by a criminal conviction. Employers often perform criminal background checks on potential employees and are more likely to...

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GPS & Technology: Divorce Friend or Foe?
Post On Aug. 16, 2013
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Every day we are bombarded by advertisers with the latest and hottest “must have" technology product. We are told by Apple, Samsung, and a host of other vendors that without their “latest" products we are falling behind and out of style. Increasingly, these new technologies are being used as forms...

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SQUATTERS IN YOUR ABANDONED REAL ESTATE
Post On Aug. 03, 2013
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I have read about people moving into empty homes and living there for months or longer until discovered – but I came upon it first-hand this past month. I was accompanying a real estate broker (I have a financial interest in this brokerage) for a view of a new listing the broker received. The home...

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Facebook is NOT your Friend (in court that is)
Post On Feb. 03, 2013
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The Issue Social media is increasingly being used in both civil and criminal trials. A party's own statements are not hearsay, so as long as they are relevant (not a difficult standard), they are generally admissible. Before we were posting our every thought, feeling, and feud online for everyone...

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Pro Se Litigant Guide to Modifying Custody
Post On Dec. 05, 2011
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The purpose of this guide is to help and assist a Pro Se Litigant in obtaining a custody/parenting plan modification in the State of Florida. The guide shall give a brief overview of the legal requirements to obtain the modification, and shall reference the necessary Supreme Court approved forms to...

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT LONG ISLAND TRAFFIC TICKETS (full version at traffic-lawyer.com)
Post On Mar. 27, 2011
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FAQ 1 - Should I plead guilty to my traffic ticket? NO. Never plead guilty! I can't begin to tell you how many clients plead guilty to a first speeder and then wind up suspended because they get another one soon after. How your case is handled depends upon WHAT COURT you are to appear before and...

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Understanding FBI Records presented by Thomas Esparza
Post On Aug. 23, 2010

FOIA Facts: Understanding FBI Records by Scott A. Hodes Many FOIA requesters are confused when they make a request to the FBI and get a "no record" response even though they are sure that there is a record on the subject of their request at the FBI. The FBI isn't lying-they just have devised a...

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Search Committee Selection Process Guidelines
Post On Aug. 03, 2010
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Whether you operate in a for profit or not for profit organization, there are certain fundamental guidelines that should be observed in order to not only engender confidence in the process and the decision that is made but also avoid potential legal claims and other adverse consequences. The...

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