Can a hospital legally tell you what haircolor you can have in the state of georgia?
I at one time had brown with red and light pink highlights in my hair but I was told after 8 weeks of having it that I had to change it based on new dress code that is still not in place. I never once had a patient refuse to let me treat them based on my hair color as a matter of fact most really liked it and said it suited me.
If it is a private hospital, perhaps. If the hospital is public, probably no.
My neighbor and my self left my house last month going to the shoppette on post. Once we got there the MPs rolled up talked with us and arrested us bout for DUI. My neighbor was driving and the MPs told us once they reviewed the cameras they would charge us. I still haven't heard anything but my CO is saying that I'm being charged with it, his not in the military so I think it's easier to charge me I guess. I haven't recieved a court date or heard anything back from the MPs about the charge also I was never read any UCMJ rights
The process is that you get representation to fight it
I have been pulled over for driving less than the speed of minimum speed limit and eventually got caught for DUI. I am on a F1 visa. Could someone let me know the penalties for DUI and will I be deported back to my country. This is the first offence on my license history. how do i proceed with the case?
You need to hire an attorney ASAP. The management of your case and its disposition are important. Not to mention that...
I was involved in a single car crash in Fulton County. Cop showed up and asked me to step out of the car. By that time EMT's showed up and took me to Grady. I was eventually taken to jail.
Now come the court case. The prosecutor has no actual evidence, even the tests the hospital performed, but he wants to charge me with a DUI. I know its the states burden to prove beyond a reasonable doubt I am guilty. Should I take a plea or take it to trial?
Without seeing the discovery and evidence no attorney should give you advice on trial. However; if the state does not...
Say you got a DUI March 2008 then you gotta DUI July 2010 can you get a DUI September 2015 are you considered high aggravated .
Got a DUI in 2008 march another DUI in July 2010 another DUI in September 2015 am I considered high aggravated since I know the law passed July 1st 2008 would my March DUI follow in the new law that says all DUI have to be prior to July 1st to be considered in the new law for 4 and 10 years is a felony
When you say "got" you aren't clarifying if that is the conviction date or incident date.