Tag Archives: Law

A Layman’s Guide to Online Gambling in Vermont

In 2018 the Supreme Court overturned the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PASPA). Since then, states across the country have been scrambling to establish or change legislation regarding sports betting, mobile bets, and online gambling, and everyday Americans have been struggling to keep up. Navigating the complex …

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Ways to Expunge Your Felony in Texas – 2021 Guide

You can delete a felony case in Texas by deleting or destroying the record. It can no longer be accessed through an undisclosed order through the relevant process after it is sealed by the court.  Chapter 55 of the Texas Criminal Procedure Code provides for these two procedures. Normally, there …

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How Courtroom and Judiciary Bodies Have Been Affected by Coronavirus  

The COVID-19 outbreak has had a monumental impact on the way that people go about their daily activities. In an effort to stave off the disastrous effects of the virus’s continued spread, both public and private sectors have been forced to adopt emergency measures like staying at home, working remotely, …

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New Court e-Filing System Implemented in Vermont Causes Confusion

Arraignments and all non-emergency hearings in Vermont courts were postponed since early March, but administrators in Vermont courts, while waiting for the order of judicial emergency in response to the pandemic to be lifted, implemented a new court filing system on April 20. Since then, courts in Windham, Windsor, and …

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Paying Taxes in Spain as a Foreigner: The Impatriate Tax Regime

Some of the needs people experience can be met individually from their own resources. However, there are also other needs whose individualized satisfaction is not possible, but that must be met collectively instead by joining forces through collective contribution. This contribution is made mainly through the payment of taxes, in …

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