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Sunday, February 19, 2017
The amount of scrutiny people receive these days before being offered a position is staggering. Not only are they doing drug screens but they are requesting fingerprint criminal background checks as well. Many companies and organizations are also checking driving histories as part of a pre-employment background check.
Do you have traffic tickets on your history? Is it possible to clean up your New York State driving history? Can you get tickets or charges removed after a period of time passes?
Saturday, February 18, 2017
|I Love Potatoes but for Years Vilified Them|
So many things get vilified. I am guilty of casting the poor potato in a bad light. For years I loved baked potatoes. But then after reading and hearing how white foods like white rice, white flour, white sugar, and salt were bad for you I changed my feelings to the potato. So on to my naughty list went the lovable potato. It wasn't till years later that I realized that the potato has fiber, it's a vegetable (albeit starchy), and if baked or used in soups has a lot of nutritional value.
You know people get vilified too. They are cast in a bad light following an arrest for DWI or DWAI drugs. Are they really a bad person or merely a person that displayed poor judgment? Can we transform the perception for punishment of a demon into call for rehabilitation of a human?
Friday, February 17, 2017
For better or for worse New York State is one of the most highly regulated of places. As I have traveled around the country and my kids encouraged me to use Uber (I love it). I then went about discovering just how many hoops an Uber, Taxi Limo, or Livery driver must pass through to get their TLC (Taxi and Limo Commission) license with a Class E New York City license. Knowing how hard it is to get, and then finding out just how easy it is lose with a DWAI (driving while ability impaired), DWI, AUO (aggravated unlicensed operation), or even a bunch of traffic tickets may boggle your mind.
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Thursday, February 16, 2017
|Pleading Guilty = Being Found Guilty|
But what is the right and wrong tense of the word plead? Is the past tense pled or is the past tense pleaded? Since 95% of criminal cases in this country do just that is this important?
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
|Many People Need Help|
A recent DUI case out of Nebraska firmly illustrates some of the problems we still are facing in our courts today. Imagine if you will a woman brought before the court on a DUI probation violation. But she has to be barreled in on a wheelchair stinking drunk. Later to register a .44 BAC, remember .08 is legal intoxication. Is it fair ask her to plead guilty on a first appearance? Is it right to negate her right to decide to plea voluntarily, intelligently, and willfully? Is it fair to provide her ineffective counsel (one who will NOT advocate on her behalf)?
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
|Deported for DWI?|
Monday, February 13, 2017
Man drives child to school while highly intoxicated.