On December 16, 2017, at approximately 1311 hours, I responded to 2660 N Orange Blossom Trail; Lot 48 in reference to a disturbance. Upon my arrival I made my contact with Pablo Joshua Soto (victim/complainant) who advised the following via verbal and a sworn written statement:
She also said that she had filed three appeals about two CW cases, one about child abuse against her stepdaughter and the other one regarding a FOUNDED Disposition about child abuse against her daughter, Olivia. She said that it was a certified mailed.
Therefore, this is a final order and it was proper for the father to file his Notice of Appeal within 30 days from March, 16, 2016. The father entered the Notice of Appeal on March 26, 2016, ten (10) days after. Consequently, this Court has jurisdiction to heard this case, which was filed in a timely manner.
The Commission on the date of April 8, 2011 announced to the Tribunal and the alleged parties that is would not be involved in the hearing directly. They enclosed documentation and forwarded it to both parties concerning the information about legal council should they have any questions. A mediation date was set shortly after on April 19, 2011. At this point the Tribunal uses a courier service to contact all parties involved. This requires the recipient to sign for the documents being delivered. This presented an issue for the complainant from the beginning. The courier has history saved to record when a delivery is attempted and is either successful or unsuccessful. Throughout the entirety of this case, Labelle was unable to be contacted on over 5 attempts by the courier service.
This 15-day window is also extended to 30 days for a notice involving an association with twenty or more parcels. The written response should provide: A) a report of any inspection and results of inspection. B) a statement of whether the recipient is willing to make repairs or completely disputed the claim. C) a written offer to compromise or settle the claim. D) a combination of monetary offer to settle and make repairs. Or E) a written statement that a monetary payment, including insurance proceeds if any, will be determined by the person’s insurer with 30 days after notification to the insurer by means of forwarding the claim, which notification shall occur at the same time the claimant is notified of this settlement option, which the claimant can accept or reject. The insurer of the person receiving the claim has 30 days following the notification to respond to the claim. If not, the claimant shall be deemed to have met all condition precedent to commending an
COMES NOW Respondent, John Deaux, respectfully requesting, pursuant to 8 C.F.R. § 1003.14(a), review by an Immigration Judge of the custody and bond determination made by the Department of Homeland Security.
Complainant contends that in or around September 2011, then-Governor Deval Patrick appointed Richard Davey (Secretary Davey) as Secretary of Respondent. Complainant alleges that in or around September 2011, Secretary Davey informed Complainant that he (Secretary Davey) wanted to make changes in personnel and “shake the place up.” Complainant
The Air Enforcement Section sent a proposed CAO to the Respondent on April 03, 2013. The CAO pertained to recordkeeping failures and operation of unpermitted sources. The CAO contained a settlement amount for $12, 600.00. Subsequent to the receipt of the CAO, the Respondent sent a response dated April 10, 2013, stating that a monetary fine is not justified for the violations. The Air Enforcement section sent a re-proposed CAO to the Respondent on May 09, 2013, stating that the Department stands by the finding and proposed settlement amount as proposed in the CAO. The respondent contacted the Department via telephone and email on May 20, 2013, stating they are experiencing financial difficulty and would be unable to pay the proposed settlement amount in one lump sum and propose to make
On August 23, 2017, the Bureau of Hearings and Appeals (BHA) notified the Appellant that a telephone hearing concerning this appeal would be conducted on September 7, 2017, between the hours of 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM.
On 2/19/2016 at approximately 4pm employee CASSANDRA BETTLER (610) 360-3959 from Judge TIDD”S staff called the Investigator. BETTLER told the investigator that Judge TIDD called her and said “her name was in the letter that he received”. TIDD was referring to the NOFI he received from the Judicial Conduct Board.