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What You’ll Need For Collateral When Dealing With A Bail Bondsman

What You'll Need for Collateral When Dealing With a Bail Bondsman When you call a bail bondsman, the furthest thing from your mind is how much it will cost. Unfortunately, bail bondsman work in an extremely risky business, and that means they'll need a lot from you before they can even consider posting bail. The entire process can run a few thousand dollars, and if you fail to fulfill part of your end of th ...

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Family Law And Maintenance

There are three types of maintenance in the realms of Family Law: Spousal maintenance; Child support; and Child maintenance. Spoisal Maintenance Spousal maintenance is an obligation incurred between partners, either defacto or married.  For married partners it arises upon saying when you get married “in sickness and in health, richer and poorer so all you have to do is part”.  It is reflected in Section 72 ...

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Theft: What It Is And The Various Types

Theft is an umbrella term which includes several different kinds of illegal activity. While all kinds of theft involve taking someone else’s property without permission, there are clear differences between each category of theft. Shoplifting Shoplifting is when someone takes goods from a retail store without paying. Even if the products are taken by accident or oversight, walking out of a store with items y ...

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DWI: How To Prepare Yourself

A DWI arrest can be a stressful, scary and emotional event that most people are unprepared to handle. Many people are uncertain what steps should be taken after being arrested on a DWI offense. Stay Calm Especially those facing their first arrest, a DWI is a highly emotional situation. The first step in being able to handle the arrest is to stay calm and find a way to deal with the emotions in a healthy way ...

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4 High Paying Legal Careers That Aren’t Lawyers

It is a well known fact that lawyers make a large amount of money every year, but with the high paying salary comes various consequences including long hours and stress. There are various other career options in the legal field that offer large salaries including judge, law school professor, litigation support director, and law firm administrator. cc licensed flickr photo shared by Orange County Archives ...

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Apple’s Labor Rights Violations Would Not Be Tolerated In California

Apple has had a rough several months; first they lost their founder Steve Jobs back in October, and this summer they have been catching heat for their treatment of employees overseas. A New York-based group that advocates worker’s rights, China Labor Watch, went as far as to accuse the tech-mogul of running sweatshops.   Investigations have been performed in Apple’s factories and plants in the East and ...

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In An Auto Accident How Do You Establish Liability

Introduction There are many factors in play when determining the level of liability each driver might hold for an automotive accident. In many cases, neither of the two parties will be found wholly responsible. Instead, each driver will bear a portion of the responsibility. Although the calculations involved in such a case can be complex, the factors are easy to understand. A court will not only look at the ...

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Identity Theft Via Mobile Phones

Identity theft has been a major issue for many years now and it's not showing any signs of slowing down in the near future. In fact, identity thieves are getting more resourceful and looking for new ways to gain access to people's information. One way in which identity thieves are now taking information from people is through their cell phones. When it comes to credit management, your cell phone may not be ...

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What Does The United Kingdom’s Growing Population Mean For National Health?

Bigger Contributions In many respects, the initial reaction to an extra four million individuals living in a country is that public health services will be now receiving more money from taxes, therefore can offer a better service.   To say that however would be to take the statistics at face value, which is always a dangerous game to play. What is not clear is how many of those additional four million ...

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A Digital Upgrade For The Malta Courtroom

For a Malta courtroom, upgrading to digital technology has more considerations than simply moving with the times. The island nation has a rich deep-seated history spanning centuries so when evolving with the time becomes absolutely necessary, it’s important to stop and reflect on what that means. One could write an endless supply of novels over what has happened in Malta courtrooms; considering there has be ...

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