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Bringing own chair (desk chair) to work
Asked in Clearwater,  FL Dec. 29, 2018 ,  2 Answers

I have a back issue (for 25+ yrs), I have a dr note stating that I may get my own chair (I bought it and have had it there 5 yrs, yet again it is being told to me I can't have the chair for space reasons. We had to change offices and the temp office space is limited, they are telling me I can not us...

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Equal Employment
Post On Nov. 13, 2014

The equal employment statutes affect all phases of the employment process, from the initial advertising of a job vacancy through the hiring, promotion, discipline, termination, and retirement of an employee. The rule remains the same at each stage of the employment process: an employer is prohibited...

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Estate Planning - Incapacity Documents Everyone Needs
Post On May 20, 2013

Although clients rightly associate estate planning attorneys with the topics of death and dying, the value of planning is for the living. Estate Planning practitioners discuss the difficult issues of aging, disability, incapacity, mental health treatment, and disposition of human remains. Fortunatel...

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Radar Says You Were Speeding... Here's How to Question Its Accuracy.
Post On Jan. 17, 2013

Cross-examine the officer about his radar training To use radar, an officer must complete a 24 hour peace officer standards and training (P.O.S.T.) certified course. Ask the officer if they attended a P.O.S.T.-certified course, and, if so, how long it was. If they answer "yes" to both - which they w...

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Why would the police take you off camera for the DUI Field Sobriety Tests?
Post On Sep. 15, 2011

There is great reason for the Troopers to take you off camera: FOR THE TROOPER'S BENEFIT IN COURT! SO HE DOES NOT LOSE AT TRIAL! Any OVI (DUI) Defense Attorney will tell you that if there is video, it will most likely benefit the Defense, NOT THE COPS! Surprising, you say!? Its the truth. If there i...

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Basic Guide to Maryland Drivers License Suspension and Revocation Hearings
Post On May 16, 2011

Under Maryland law and regulation, the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) has the duty to administer the motorist license system and to call motorists in for a "Point System Conference" and send motorists to driver improvement programs or "DIP." More ominously, the MVA can suspend or even r...

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Montana traffic Laws
Post On Aug. 16, 2010

This is the first edition of the Guide to Montana Traffic Laws. It is based on the National Motorists Association's Motorist's Guide to State and Provincial Traffic Laws, but tailored to our needs here in Montana. It is the only guide of it's kind available in Montana. It is as accurate as we could ...

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Drunk Driving and Other Arrests
Post On Jul. 27, 2010

With the summer almost here and in anticipation of those fine weekends which we will be enjoying crabs and beer and going to the ocean for fun and relaxation, the Maryland State Police are out there looking for the drunk driver. With their speed traps, sobriety check points, and the staking out of w...

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Radar Says You Were Speeding... Here's How to Question Its Accuracy.
Post On Jun. 26, 2009

Cross-examine the officer about his radar training To use radar, an officer must complete a 24 hour peace officer standards and training (P.O.S.T.) certified course. Ask the officer if they attended a P.O.S.T.-certified course, and, if so, how long it was. If they answer "yes" to both - which they w...

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