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It seems that we’re often reading or hearing in the news about cars or SUVs being recalled because of some defective part. Defective auto parts can be the cause of crashes that result in serious injuries to the people involved, making automotive defects hazardous for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians.
Very often, a person being sentenced will be given a “conditional discharge.” That means that the person needs to fulfill certain obligations, or the sentence will be revoked, leaving the person open to re-sentencing. Misdemeanors often come with a one year conditional discharge (CD), and felonies come with a three-year CD.
Using somebody else’s credit, debit, or benefits card – even if you have their permission – is fraught with peril. Virtually every client who comes to me charged with this type of crime starts off by saying, “But (s)he gave me permission to use the card… I even have the pin number!” A typical scenario is that the card holder gives somebody permission to use a card for a specif ...
For the second time in a month, somebody I know was killed by an accidental drug overdose. Both victims were parents with young kids. I’m going to tell you how these overdoses happen, because I don’t want it to happen to you. I’m not just here to get you out of a criminal charge. I’m here to help you stay safe, and I do it without judging you.
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Dunwoody Municipal Court is nestled in an easily accessible office complex very close to the Perimeter Mall. Although it is quite convenient to get to, it is a good idea to arrive early, as parking can be limited on days with a busy court calendar. The Court entrance is directly across the hall from the Police Department.
Sept. 3, 2015 — Many attorneys and staff at MichieHamlett fondly remember 88 Keys, who died Tuesday at the age of 89. Wilfred Wilson, Jr., known as “88 Keys” Wilson, was an accomplished entertainer and jazz pianist who appeared at dozens of venues throughout the area as well as private parties and ev ...
Former Florida Broker Pleads Guilty in $9 Million Investment Fraud Posted on Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 2:57 PM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Gignesh Movalia, a former Florida based registered broker, has pled guilty to an investment fraud. Movalia was the founder and manager of OM Global Investment Fund LLC, an investment fund formed in 2009.
Today, September 3, 2015, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) approved the Smart Meter Technology Procurement and Installation Plan submitted by PPL Electric Utilities Corporation (PPL). The Commission voted 5-0 to approve an Order finalizing PPL’s plan for smart meter deployment, as required by Act 129 of 2008 (Act 129).
September is National Recovery Month. This month-long celebration, sponsored by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), lauds individuals who are recovering from mental illness and substance use disorders. Millions of Americans have successfully transformed their lives through continued support and persistence.
Whether you take them around Indianapolis or around our state of Indiana, be it hiking, biking, or swimming…do something special for your furry friend this August! August 26 is deemed “National Dog Day” a day to spoil your pooch, or let him sleep on the bed tonight. Remember it is stil ...
Afraid of the Dentist? This Medicaid Fraud Story Will Really Scare You! Because we are fraud recovery and whistleblower lawyers, we see losers and lowlifes every day, especially in Medicare fraud cases. People like Dr. Farid Fatah convicted of giving people dangerous cancer drugs even though they didn’t have cancer. At least one patient reportedly died as a result of complications.
Why Can’t I Have my Parent’s Property, the Step-Parent Gets Everything??? Posted September 3, 2015 by Keith Davidson & filed under Trust Beneficiary, Trust Contests. In traditional nuclear families, the passing of assets from one parent to the other and then to the kids is a natural occurrence most of the time.