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  • Re: New NYS Repeat DWI offender regulations questions

    [quote user="m j c04"] So where do we go from here? When do briefs start and can we watch them online somehow? Whats the next move in this case? [/quote] The briefs are the written arguments that the parties submitted to the court some time ago. The court reviews those before the oral arguments and the questions at oral argument are meant
    Posted to Driving While Intoxicated (Forum) by Taxagent on Tue, Mar 28 2017
  • Re: New NYS Repeat DWI offender regulations questions

    [quote user="Justitia"] Tax Agent, when you see the oral arguments I would be interested in knowing what you think. [/quote] I've seen the oral arguments and I've read the reactions of those in thread who watched them. Those reactions tell me that the folks here are not very familiar with how oral arguments in most appellate courts
    Posted to Driving While Intoxicated (Forum) by Taxagent on Tue, Mar 28 2017
  • Re: discretionary trust limits

    [quote user="rh63"]I am in the process of drafting a trust for my sibling who is 70 and her adult children.[/quote] Are you drafting a trust that you are creating yourself to benefit your sister and her adult children, or are you drafting a trust document for your sister to use to create a trust to benefit her children? If the latter, you
    Posted to Estates, Wills & Probate (Forum) by Taxagent on Sun, Mar 26 2017
  • Re: New NYS Repeat DWI offender regulations questions

    [quote user="NYSRuinsLives"]TAXAGENT- do you work for any government agency or or do any work for the government (state or federal)?[/quote] No and no. I practice law in my own firm and much of my litigation work involves litigating against the government. I do not represent or advise the federal government or any state or local government
    Posted to Driving While Intoxicated (Forum) by Taxagent on Sat, Mar 25 2017
  • Re: New NYS Repeat DWI offender regulations questions

    [quote user="NYSRuinsLives"]Taxagent - What is your area of expertise regarding Law practice (Tax Law)? Do you have any real experience with DWI law? I've been reading this site since 2014 and read a lot of what you've posted and most of it is copied and pasted from some other website...[/quote] I practice in a number of areas, including
    Posted to Driving While Intoxicated (Forum) by Taxagent on Fri, Mar 24 2017
  • Re: New NYS Repeat DWI offender regulations questions

    [quote user="NYSRuinsLives"]I'm not saying that any of the other 49 states or D.C. are obligated to issue me a license based on my argument. What I am saying is that since all state laws/regulations differ, therefore, NDR violates our right to due process because of the way it operates[/quote] The National Driver Register (NDR) is simply
    Posted to Driving While Intoxicated (Forum) by Taxagent on Fri, Mar 24 2017
  • Re: New NYS Repeat DWI offender regulations questions

    [quote user="Billy G"]Ive asked it before and I will ask it again..How can you change the sentence of a criminal after he/she has served their time? Whatever the sentence and mandatory revocation period was at the time of sentencing should stand..You cant take a person convicted 25 years for murder and change the sentencing to life on the
    Posted to Driving While Intoxicated (Forum) by Taxagent on Fri, Mar 24 2017
  • Re: New NYS Repeat DWI offender regulations questions

    [quote user="erickench"] I just took a look at the case summaries and I see a problem. The case involving Michael Carney involves actual state law as passed by the legislature in that he had five or more drunk driving convictions in his lifetime. A while back a motion was granted stating that all the rules were gonna be judged together and
    Posted to Driving While Intoxicated (Forum) by Taxagent on Wed, Mar 22 2017
  • Re: Conference Registration Fee Waived for Speakers

    [quote user="LegalSecy"] On my way out the door, our legal counsel mentioned completely as an afterthought that I "may" have to pay income taxes on the $1400 value of the conference registration fee that is being waived by the organization for speakers at the conference. Really? [/quote] I assume that your legal counsel is not a
    Posted to Personal Tax (Forum) by Taxagent on Mon, Mar 20 2017
  • Re: New NYS Repeat DWI offender regulations questions

    [quote user="tommyh"]so my sponser who helped me a great deal,for 3 years driving me to aa meetings and just being a good freind, went back out and just got his 3rd dwi (which was aggravated as he was 2 1/2 times the limit. He is a tenured teacher here in suffolk county. I wonder if he will lose his teaching certificate? Tax Agent ....?[/quote
    Posted to Driving While Intoxicated (Forum) by Taxagent on Mon, Mar 20 2017
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