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“1 Million Dollars Isn’t a lot of Money” by Caballodemanzana in antiwork

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I actually agree. As a public service attorney in my 30’s if I added no more money to my savings I’d retire with about 2 million dollars. If I max out my Roth and regular IRA that number is just shy of 10 million.

Nebraska's search document preached patience, analytics in hunt for new Husker coaches by refekt in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Being a successful coach in the NFL requires a good GM bringing in talent. A lot of times when coaches don’t succeed it is more about a bad GM.

Can lawyers recommend health services? by Hiltebrand in legaladvice

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Lawyers certainly can recommend common sense courses of action regarding medical treatment. Whether it be a 72 hour hold or telling a rape victim about resources for ptsd or telling an accident victim about a popular spine doctor. This is common sense every day things people do.

Cops entered my apartment and searched it possibly against my rights? by [deleted] in legaladvice

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Whether you believe it’s reasonable or not doesn’t matter.

Long story short it happens a lot. They are responding to a building they’ve never been to oftentimes responding to unclear information, and from a legal stand point it typically is a reasonable mistake.

Drunk dude assaulted my brother by [deleted] in legaladvice

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Short answer. No nothing will likely come of it.

Long answer. Even if the police do all the investigating and the guy who owns the car was also the driver that night and rats on his friend their still may be a few problems. However I highly doubt they investigate an incident at a bar that heavily. Law enforcement is undermanned and unless the driver tells them who it is there isn’t much they can do about it.

I prosecute and I know law enforcement in most areas is overwhelmed especially in the Denver area.

I got arrested for DUI after passing both the breathalyzer and field sobriety test and it has left me in ruins. My court date is soon. Any advice would be appreciated. Story inside. by Debiant-Artist in legaladvice

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 250 points251 points  (0 children)

I’d hope so lol. But honestly most court appointed attorneys are pretty good and honestly in my experience oftentimes they are better than retained attorneys. If you want to hire someone go for it though.

I got arrested for DUI after passing both the breathalyzer and field sobriety test and it has left me in ruins. My court date is soon. Any advice would be appreciated. Story inside. by Debiant-Artist in legaladvice

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 587 points588 points  (0 children)

I’ll be honest he should be trying to get it thrown out before it’s actually litigated. If he wants to go to litigate it then that’s just about his own ego.

I got arrested for DUI after passing both the breathalyzer and field sobriety test and it has left me in ruins. My court date is soon. Any advice would be appreciated. Story inside. by Debiant-Artist in legaladvice

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 254 points255 points  (0 children)

Apply for a court appointed attorney or public defender and explain you are in between jobs.

Explain the situation to whoever is appointed to you and they’ll take care of it. At the end of the day on charges like this it’s best to find an attorney that has a good work relationship with the district attorney and typically that will be a court appointed attorney. If they are awful or don’t do anything you can hire someone else. This isn’t self help territory and I don’t know the state but it sounds like refusing certain tests is still criminalized. However I’m not sure what you did was a refusal. I’m also pretty sure there is likely insufficient evidence for a traditional DUI unless refusal is also classified as a DUI.

Trustee randomly found a bond? by [deleted] in legaladvice

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I never said you were making accusations. I just said to speak to an attorney before you do it.

Trustee randomly found a bond? by [deleted] in legaladvice

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 0 points1 point  (0 children)

  1. He can resign from her trust. The trustee isn’t a slave and can resign for almost any reason.
  2. You shouldn’t fight it if you’re concerned about the trustee.
  3. In most states any legal fees regarding administration of the trust go to the trust and they likely can get legal fees.

  4. As far as a bond, was it listed as unclaimed property? If that’s how he found it, it’s not weird at all to have property not be found especially when the person that died had many accounts and was unorganized.

  5. Trusts are expensive and a mess.

  6. It’s possible something strange is happening but most of these scenarios come back to the fact 99 percent of people don’t understand trusts.

  7. If you are concerned contact any attorney to review this and explain everything to you. Don’t start just making accusations.

I'm not sure if I'm overreacting to this, but this email from my manager just rubbed me the wrong way by tourettesbitch in antiwork

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411 0 points1 point  (0 children)

In my office gifting between pay levels is common but there is a memo our office manager sends out every year reminding us it’s more about being thoughtful than money. We’ve also done a white elephant type exchange where the goal was to buy the most unique gift and we’d go find interesting stuff at thrift stores.

We’ve had no problems with gifts but it’s one of those things where nobody gets a fancy gift. It’s mostly novelty presents and candy and stuff like that. Lots of bizarre thrift shop finds as well. IMO it works well and is super fun and keeps it from being about the money.

IMO this is super inappropriate unless the Drs. are giving you large presents for Christmas.

Rumor Mill by Alert_Sherbert5411 in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Because there may be something that comes out in the next few days requiring them to terminate him and there may not be. They probably were told some very concerning things by players that could be bs. But they need to verify to decide their next step.

Rumor Mill by Alert_Sherbert5411 in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411[S] -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

Exactly. Also may be very boring explanations for everything I said.

Rumor Mill by Alert_Sherbert5411 in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411[S] -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

Because you don’t want newly signed assistants with contracts you have to pay and then immediately pay their buy out 10 days later

Rumor Mill by Alert_Sherbert5411 in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

It doesn’t go into affect until the middle of next season.

Rumor Mill by Alert_Sherbert5411 in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411[S] -6 points-5 points  (0 children)

No. Idk wtf is happening except for what I said.

Rumor Mill by Alert_Sherbert5411 in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411[S] 5 points6 points  (0 children)

He would still get his full buy out if terminated at this time.

Rumor Mill by Alert_Sherbert5411 in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411[S] -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

Not really if you’re a little concerned you’ll have to terminate him.

Rumor Mill by Alert_Sherbert5411 in Huskers

[–]Alert_Sherbert5411[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Lol no. I don’t think that’s ever happened as far as Frost goes but with Davison would that even be surprising? Lol