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Whether they like it or not, businesses are subject to national, state, and local laws as well as the changes to these that may not always prove advantageous for them. For example, some states have passed a law banning smoking in public places. This law has a massive impact on sporting areas, restaurants, bowling alleys, and bars. The articles in this section are all about national, state, and local laws affecting businesses.Displaying 1-10 of 22 result(s).Go to page: << First< Previous123Next >Last >>Attacking Breathalyzers And Field Sobriet Tests In Dwi CasesPosted by David Storobin. Published on Feb 12, 2010 Easily the most important decision a defense lawyer has to make in a DWI case is what defense to present. Once an argument is presented, it is often hard to present another one if the first one fails to impress the jury. Rather than explaining the defendant’s position, the lawyer comes off as overly slick, trying to "pull a fast one" on the jury. Thus, once the first argument is made, all following arguments must be consistent. Free Public Police Records – Can You Really Get Police Public Records For Free?Posted by jong va. Published on Dec 10, 2009 Technological advances nowadays allow people more convenient ways of getting their desired information especially with the availability of the internet where almost every information is available online; including free public police records. Finding A Good Divorce LawyerPosted by Gen Wright. Published on Nov 18, 2009 Divorce is an extremely painful and long-drawn process for anyone unfortunate enough to go through it. The support of friends and family is vital at this point to keep the divorcees’ emotional health intact, and the services of a well-qualified, experienced attorney are necessary to keep the legal side of things as straightforward as possible. Finding Affordable Dwi Attorney To Defend Your Dwi CasePosted by Brian Kent. Published on Oct 27, 2009 Every state has a law regarding driving while intoxicated of popularly known as DWI. This is because many of the American drivers are still neglecting the fact that DWI is very dangerous not only in the life of the driver but also in the life of the other people on the road. Better Check With City Hall Before Starting Your Home Based BusinessPosted by Lance Winslow. Published on Oct 05, 2009 In the 1980s and 1990s many cities had ordinances that prevented people from operating a business from their home. They used zoning ordinances to prevent these things, and often they did them to assist local developers who had built office complexes. Also, many suburban areas didn’t want people working out of their home, delivery trucks coming up to the door, or customers showing up at a residence in using the curbside for parking. Democracy Has Come To StayPosted by Dalip Singh Wasan. Published on Sep 30, 2009 When democracy has come to stay, we should prepare people for manning our August Houses and for that purpose even our universities must help us and prepare people and all political parties must give us candidates from that lot and no untrained person should be allowed to sit in August houses. Texas Name Change Petitions Must Satisfy The Requirements Of Section 45 Of The Texas Family CodePosted by Marc Rapaport. Published on Sep 09, 2009 A recent decision by the Texas Court of Appeals for the Seventh District (Amarillo) underscores how important it is for name change applicants to provide all of the information required by the Texas Family Code. In a recent published decision, the court denied petitioner’s name change petition because petitioner failed to set forth whether or not he had complied with the Family Code provisions applicable to petitioners with prior felony convictions. 5 Things Every Consumer Should Know About Product RecallsPosted by Rachel Agheyisi. Published on Aug 10, 2009 Consumers in the United States depend on the government to ensure the safety of products sold in the country. Given the volume and diversity of commodities available through various distribution channels across the nation, monitoring product safety is a monumental task. Product defects occur. Reform Of The State And Public ProgramsPosted by Artur Victoria. Published on Jul 10, 2009 Historically, there is the concern of evaluating public programs in general and social programs in particular. For years, the production of technical knowledge in the pursuit of improved standards of management in the public sector has always been much more oriented to the processes of formulation of programs than those related to its implementation and evaluation. Fighting A Speeding Ticket In Court – Fight It Before The Costs Add UpPosted by Glen Lerner. Published on Jul 04, 2009 Avoiding a traffic ticket is an important skill that most of us could stand to learn. Cops don’t necessarily care why we were speeding, they’re just doing their job by catching us. There are ways of fighting a speeding ticket in court. And they don’t involve anything illegal or dangerous, just some common sense. Go to page: << First< Previous123Next >Last >> Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.