Denied a Building Permit on Environmental Grounds? What Are Your Options?

Posted on: 4 December 2019
Homeowners who wish to break new ground on a construction project or make changes to their existing property must seek a government-issued permit before construction can begin. In situations where construction or alteration may impact wildlife or natural resources, the state's Department of Natural Resources or equivalent bureau often serves as the gatekeeper by approving, modifying, or denying permits based on the prospective effect on the environment. But what happens when you're denied permission to make a necessary repair or renovation?
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New Sports Car Getting You In Trouble After College Graduation? Consider A Speeding Ticket Lawyer

Posted on: 30 October 2019
After you graduated college, your parents bought you a great new sports car and you've been having a bit too much fun with it. Riding a sports car too fast is something that many do but which can become a legal problem if you aren't careful and start getting tickets. Thankfully, a high-quality speeding ticket attorney can help you manage this situation and make everything easier for you. Too Many Speeding Tickets Can Be a Problem
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Examples Of Different Types Of Criminal Sentences

Posted on: 9 October 2019
If you are facing a criminal charge, you should be aware of the potential penalties you might face if you get convicted. Below is an overview of various forms of criminal sentences. Concurrent vs. Cumulative Concurrent and cumulative (consecutive) sentences may be handed out to those convicted of multiple crimes. For the concurrent sentences, all the sentences begin at the same time. For the cumulative sentences, the sentences are served one after the other.
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How Emotional Injuries Are Considered In A Personal Injury Case

Posted on: 5 September 2019
When you are in an accident or you are hurt because of the negligence of another person, your overall injuries often go beyond the obvious physical ones. Your pain and suffering are important too, and this includes your emotional pain after having sustained a serious injury that leaves you without the ability to work for an extended period of time. Establishing mental pain and suffering may take some effort. In some cases, mental pain and suffering may be obvious, while in others the suffering is more subtle.
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