Oklahoma residents will vote in November to decide if an article of state constitution can be abolished to pave way for return of a Ten Commandments monument on the Capitol grounds. A constitutional amendment was passed in Oklahoma Senate by 39-5 to ask residents to vote on restoring a Ten Commandment monument on the Capitol grounds. The House has also approved the proposal 65-7. The 6-foot-tall granite monument of Ten Commandments was moved from the Capitol grounds after the state Supreme Court ordered its removal, citing an article of constitution which prohibits the use of state funds for endorsement of a religion. The voters will determine if the article can be abolished so that state funds could be directed to support religion.
In Arizona, relocation of a minor child when there is a written agreement or court order between two parents (both residing in the state of Arizona), is regulated by Arizona Revised Statute 25-408. In most cases, application of this statute’s regulations becomes necessary when one parent wishes to relocate with the minor child out of state. In some cases, such as Thompson v. Thompson, the statute can be cited in relation to relocation within the state of Arizona. A Brief History of the Case: Thompson v. Thompson: In regards to the marriage of Roger E. Thompson (Petitioner/Appellant) and Tanya F. Thompson (Respondent/Appellee), When A.R.S. 25-408 Applies to Relocating with a Minor Child Within the State of Arizona: Under Arizona Revised Statute 25-408, a parent granted joint custody/legal decision making or parenting time is granted the right to a minimum of 60 days of advanced notice prior to a relocation of the minor child by the
I’m writing in regards to the Emily Shanklin estate in Elkton, KY. I was informed that her land had been donated to Moody Global. I’ve sharecropped her land for approximately 30 years. I took care of all the upkeep, fertilizer, lime and etc. Mrs. Shanklin received 1/3 of all the crops and insurance money.
Nevada also prohibits the issuance of a marriage licenses to anyone under the age of eighteen, and consequently a state marriage license must be issued in order for a marriage to be legally recognized. Bridges married Stefani Germanotta in a FLDS religious ceremony when she was sixteen years old. They did not apply for a state marriage license/certificate. Shortly after, Bridges married Onika Tanya Maraj, a twenty-five year old woman, also in a FLDS religious ceremony. Bridges and Maraj elected to have their marriage recognized by the state.
Insert painful scream here. In April of 2006, the paperwork was filed. We were an approved foster home. Any day now the call asking us if we were ready to become a family could come. Most families have 9 months to prepare for their stork delivery we on the other hand had no idea.
Prenatal Testing Sanders belief on prenatal testing is that every mother should have the freedom of choice in what care the mother receive. Sanders did ultrasounds and fetal sex determination as her choice of prenatal testing with her pregnancy (M. Sanders, personal communication, January 30, 2016). An ultrasound is usually perform at 7 week in order to find any abnormalities and also for fetal sex deamination to find out the sex of the child (Santrock, 2016). Sanders thoughts some of the various prenatal testing was unnecessary for her pregnancy such as amniocentesis test and fetal MRI unless the child was at extreme danger if not performed. Sanders found it unnecessary for a chorionic Villus sampling to find out if her child had a chromosome deformities.
Lena Younger, otherwise known as, “Mama” is Walter and Beneatha’s mother and the head of the household. With her deceased husbands ten thousand dollar insurance check Lena bought a three thousand-dollar house with a garden where her family would be happy and hopes to save the rest of the money for Beneatha’s medical school. Lena’s dream, “ Festers like a sore” and is the only dream that somewhat comes
Per our conversation via telephone earlier today and on behalf of Colleen McManus, this email is to seek approval of our intention to provide a conditional pay stipend to the ADC Inspector General, Greg Lauchner. As you are aware, the Governor’s office appointed the ADC Deputy Director, Jeff Hood, as the Interim Director of ADJC. To cover the roll of ADC Deputy Director during his absence, Greg Lauchner has assumed the duties of that position. Director Ryan desires to compensate Mr. Lauchner with a $1,000 stipend per month during the time period he performs these duties. Request approval.
the court to substitute a new law firm. However, almost a month later, Garrison, still under Patterson’s litigation management, filed a corrected motion to substitute, correcting only that she was the attorney for BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP, not Bank of America, NA. Although it is common to switch the two demonstrably different entities—one a limited partnership and the other a banking institution regulated by banking laws—as if they are interchangeable at the will of an attorney, Complainant will demonstrate why this is not a presumption to be made. Who can I ask for help in my time of need?
When my daughter (Jaclyn) was in court with the adopted mother several months ago, and the previous Judge stated that the page could stay up as long as it was in a private status. I know you cannot make a comment regarding another Judge ruling, however I am asking for someone to, look into the matter on a more check and balance bases. I am all so concern regarding Judge Jessica Colon-Sayre bias regarding the case base on a statement she allegedly made. Apparently in her chastising of my daughter (Jaclyn), Judge Jessica Colon-Sayre supposedly made a statement regarding her personal experience and used it as a point of references in the case, (“She
• Conflicting allowances of certain birth mother expenses. • The required timing for the signing of the surrender or consent and its consequences may vary. There are laws and regulations in place that make interstate adoption an option. Your family law attorney has experience with interstate adoption and knows how to eliminate the barriers. Get in touch with Arizona Family Law Attorneys today to discuss how to get started on your own interstate
: Petitioner, the State of Arizona, sought review of an order entered by the Superior Court of Maricopa County, Arizona, which granted the defendant Pike’s motion to modify his sentence pursuant to Ariz. R. Crim. P. 32. During the time of the offense, a sentence of one year-life was officially put into place. Pike filed a petition for post-conviction relief to have his sentence altered because he believed that his sentence was cruel and unusual punishment under the Eighth Amendment. The trial court granted Pike’s petition and gave him only 15 to 30 years and the state of Arizona filed a petition for review.