I have a judgement that was issued in my favor against a former tenant. This person works for Kroger at a store. I wish to file garnishments against his pay to collect from him. Do I need to have the store served with the paperwork, or should I send it to the regional office, or does it matter?
Can police pull you over for just being a “suspicious vehicle?” I was pulled over the other day for being a “suspicious vehicle”; the officer said he was pulling me over as a suspicious vehicle and there was no other reason he was pulling me over. From what I have researched, I believe he violated my rights as he did not have reasonable suspicion that I had or was committing a crime. Is this true?
I have an opportunity to work as a sign holder there’s a catch though.. I’ve offered my skills as a spring stilt walker to add a unique touch that will surely make their sign stand out from the rest. The only concern they have is with their insurance company.. I offered to have a waiver written up relieving them from any legal repercussions. Is this a possibility?? Is there anything else I could do?
Thank you so much!
I started working for cvs on January 12 2013. When I was interviewed I was told my jourly wage would be 9$ and after training 9.50$ hour. I worked for almost 2 months before receiving a pay and I was shorted 48.25 hours plus my pay rate said 8.75. I had to contact the district mgr so he would gripe at my manager to get my pay fixed. He also had me working in the pharmacy around controlled substances without a background check or any training. At one time while asking about me getting payed he had asked me why I needed money for. I quit my job on sunday after contacting hr and findling out I was still getting shorted on my pay after waiting 2 months and wasnt the right hourly wage
I hit a car but it was nothing bad and this lady decided not put press charges but she wants $1,000. Can she press any charges if I have an agreement letter signed by her and is notarized ?