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Can you be fined with $1600 for missing a license plate decal?

Just recently a Texas municipal court judge had fined a woman $1,590 for a decal on her car license plate being missing... Though just a few days after, she has obviously changed her mind about the penalty and its amount. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution last week reported on the plight of 52-year-old Fulton County resident Linda Ford and what the paper described as an "outlandish" fine that had been imposed by Grantville Municipal Court Judge Lisa R. Reeves. The woman repeatedly tried to pay the fine at once, but...

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2016 Texas Employment Law Update

We've just gotten our hands on the most recent legal update, which will affect a multitude of Texan businesses and private individual employees... The state legislature has just released its 2016 Texas Employment Law Update, which is a free online course available 24/7 that will save you hours of research and provide you with interactive summaries of California's most important new employment laws and developments for 2016. That one includes the overview of the most recent Section B changes, which are designed to...

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What the federal legal consequences of Florida's shooting will be?

While the state of Texas is constantly checking its interest with anything concerning the arms carry and any changes to arms purchasing laws, this time, it's really a good timing to check for all the changes that may be coming... With officially the biggest mass shooting massacre in the US history, which happened in Florida's gay club during the weekend, the federal government may move some drastic changes forward. While it may make some sense to restrict the firing arms selling, some may voice an opposite view of...

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Is staying aggressive a universal strategy for an attorney or not?

While keeping up with the offensive and charging your opponents in court may work for such litigation fields as Business Arbitration, Business Disputes or, say, Labor & Employment cases, it may easily bring you down when used in other types of cases. For example, it's never a good idea to go matrasses when you're dealing with a Family Law case... Also, the situation when your standing in both evidence and precedent is vague, and the jury is up for deciding the verdict, you might really want to tone things down a bit...

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