Posted: Feb 21, 2018 4:49 PM CSTUpdated: Feb 21, 2018 4:49 PM CST Reported by Cecilia Gutierrez, Reporter EDINBURG – An Edinburg woman was arraigned Wednesday on the offense of falsifying information on a Texas Title. Forty-three-year-old Xochilt Zarate was arrested at her place of business after she falsified information on the assignment of a Texas Title in order to help a male customer register a vehicle that was purchased through the internet on Craigslist. Cesar Solis, a
§1151.2. Making of declaration; notification; illustrative form; registry; issuance of do-not-resuscitate identification bracelets A.(1) Any adult person may, at any time, make a written declaration directing the withholding or withdrawal of life-sustaining procedures in the event such person should have a terminal and irreversible condition. (2) A written declaration shall be signed by the declarant in the presence of two witnesses. (3) An oral or nonverbal declaration may b
http://baptistmessage.com/what-does-louisiana-law-say-about-living-wills/ March 24, 2015 by Baptist Message Terry Schiavo died March 31, the end of a long 15-year saga that involved physicians, judges, politicians and social pundits – and captured the attention of a nation. For weeks and weeks, controversy and debate swirled about whether a gastric feeding tube should be removed from Schiavo, effectively allowing her to die. She had been in a persistent vegetative state for y
Fine-tuning Section 1 While most of our "ASPs" do a great job of completing Form I-9, the truth is that 99.99% of completed forms have at least one "error." We put "error" in quotes because some issues aren't necessarily wrong; just not "optimal." Here are three problems with Section 1 (the employee's part) that we see quite often: Blank spaces: Most fields in Section 1 (the employee's personal data) are required. The employee doesn't have to provide "other last names," their
WHAT IS A DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY FOR HEALTH CARE? This is a document that allows you to name a person to make your medical decisions if you cannot make them yourself. You should choose someone you trust and know well. This person will act as your agent when treatment decisions need to be made and you cannot make them. Your agent can only make decisions about the specific treatment areas described in your power of attorney.