• November 13, 2023

Can You Get a Bail Bond For a DUI?

Bail Bond For a DUI As anyone who has ever been arrested for a DUI can attest, the financial burden of bailing yourself out of jail is significant. Bail is money that the court sets as a guarantee to ensure that the defendant will appear at future hearings and that they will not attempt to…

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What Experience Should I Look For When Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer?

When Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer A personal injury lawsuit can be a long and complicated process. When you choose a personal injury lawyer, you want to make sure that they have the experience and skills needed to handle your case successfully. The most important thing to look for is their track record of success.…

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What Evidence is Crucial in Establishing Liability With Maui Fire Lawyers?

Maui Fire Lawyers If you or someone you love has been displaced or suffered financial loss because of the Maui wild fires, then you may have a legal claim. Our attorneys are dedicated to helping victims seek justice and receive the compensation they deserve. We represent clients throughout the state, including those who have been…

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Blame or be healed!

Guilt rejects the idea that God has a hand in ALL things that belong to you It also exempts you from personal examination and cleansing of impure motives. Both are necessary to conform to Christ. If we do not accept all things as allowed by God and do not allow the Holy Spirit to guide…

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Mediation and Harry Potter: mediators are like magic wands

As fans of the Harry Potter series, my wife and I were excited about the release of the final film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. We made an appointment, bought our tickets, and were magically transported into the fantastical world of wizards, witches, and muggles for about 2 hours. It felt…

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Teeth: My Introduction to Feminist Horror

I’m looking at the sticky notes where I have little ideas written about this movie. Never in my life have I written notes about a movie. I’m a social justice educator, not a movie critic. That being said, Teeth gave me so much to think about that I found myself taking notes anyway. After the…

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Dealing with expert witnesses

Expert ‘ek-spert. Syn ver specialist, authority, connoisseur, big shot, maven. Eventually, his career as a litigator will bring him face to face with one of these, and he will have to know how to handle the situation. I remember my first expert statement. I didn’t handle it that well. I was representing a real estate…

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You just received an FCC violation notice, now what?

The Federal Communications Commission is the United States government agency responsible for policing the airwaves in the US. Under authority delegated to the Commission by Congress, it regularly issues “Notice of Apparent Liability,” “Notice of Violation,” and “Notice of Unlicensed Operations” to the public who have violated Commission rules. Commission penalties can range from hundreds…

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Surprisingly good support from a hosting company – Worth Shouting

In 1998 I started a small (miserably) online business and had my first experience selecting a hosting company. Back then it wasn’t a big deal because mine was too small a company to have a lot of hosting needs and in those early days there was less competition between hosting companies. The only thing I…

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Retire to Mexico – Why would Baby Boomers retire to Mexico?

Why is retiring to Mexico so attractive to more and more baby boomers? In a word, it is much cheaper to live in Mexico than to retire in the United States. $1500 to $2000 a month and you can live pretty well in Mexico…that includes housekeeping…ladies, you may have washed your last window. In a…

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