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- Sales Tax Surge to Help Texas to Keep Its Books in Balance
Keeping the books of the state of Texas balanced can be something of a challenge. The past session of the Texas Legislature balanced the 2018-19 budget, albeit barely. The next session, due to start in a year, is going to face quite a challenge in making sure that spending matches tax receipts.
- New York’s Highest Court Expands Availability of Punitive Damages under the New York City Human Rights Law
New York City Wrongful Termination Attorney David S. Rich explains that New York's court of last resort recently lowered the standard for obtaining punitive damages under the New York City Human Rights Law.
- Do I Need a Lawyer for Reckless Driving in Virginia?
If you are charged with a reckless driving ticket, you should immediately contact a reckless driving lawyer in Virginia. He/she will guide you in mitigating the hefty fines.
- Is Reckless Driving a Criminal Offense in Virginia?
Reckless driving is a major traffic violation in Virginia. It's a very punishable criminal case.
- Why It Is Essential to Know about the Punishment for Reckless Driving in Fairfax, Virginia
In Fairfax Virginia Reckless Driving is very serious crime and it's very punishable. dozen punishments for reckless driving in Fairfax VA, ax Virginia, all ranging in fine penalty charges, suspension of driver’s license or jail time.
- Banning Red Light Cameras in Texas
Many communities in the state of Texas have installed red light cameras at busy intersections. These cameras take a picture of the license plate of a vehicle running a red light. The DMV then sends a ticket to the motorist who is registered as owner of the vehicle in question.
- The Push for More Texas Toll Roads May Face Opposition in Legislature
One of the problems that has accompanied the burgeoning population growth in the state of Texas has been highway congestion.
- Could Missouri's New Expungement Law Help You Clean Up Your Criminal Record?
Missouri Senate Bill 588 (also referred to as SB 588) goes into effect on January 1st of 2018. If you have been convicted of a crime, how may the passage of this bill affect you?
- Filing a Small Claim When the Subject Matter Is in a Different State
Small claims courts provide an abbreviated version of litigating a case when parties are involved in a dispute. However, there are limitations of when these courts can be accessed. Each jurisdiction has its own unique rules regarding small claims cases.
- Texas Schools Hit by Hurricane Harvey Plead for Exemption from School Accountability Ratings
One of the lingering effects of Hurricane Harvey, which drenched a great deal of the Texas Gulf Coast centered on the Houston-Galveston area, has been how it has impacted the school districts in the affected area.