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When can you make Accidental injury Statements.

Individuals document compensation for injuries boasts about taking on psychological or even physical accidental injuries as a direct result regarding accidents, occupational dangers or even carelessness. Using the assert, they are able to seek out reimbursement for your continual accidents … Continue reading

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Asbestos Abatement Contractor Sentenced to Six Years in Prison for Environmental Crimes and False Statements to OSHA

On September 21, 2011, United States District Court Judge Charles J. Siragusa sentenced Keith Gordon-Smith, 54, of Rochester, New York, to six years in prison for knowingly violating the Clean Air Act and making false statements to a federal inspector … Continue reading

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West Virginia Supreme Court in State vs. Kaufman Continues to Support the Confrontation Clause and Questions Admissibility of Out of Court Statements being Admitted at Trial

On June 22, 2011, the West Virginia Supreme Court released its opinion in the State of West Virginia versus David Wayne Kaufman, an appeal from the Circuit Court of Wood County. This case was a confrontation clause case under the … Continue reading

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Statements contained in a disciplinary post-hearing brief may be considered by the appointing authority to support its conclusions

Statements contained in a disciplinary post-hearing brief may be considered by the appointing authority to support its conclusions Sisco v Board of Trustees, 288 AD2d 230 The Board of Trustees of the Village of Havestraw dismissed police officer Keith Sisco … Continue reading

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Employee terminated for making false statements in his application for employment

Employee terminated for making false statements in his application for employment Tezeno v City of Watertown Municipal Civil Service Commission, 37 AD3d 1122 The City of Watertown Municipal Civil Service Commission, after finding that Elijah Tezeno, a City of Watertown … Continue reading

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