Monday, July 10, 2006

criminal record history - accuracy - proper defendant

Dunbar v. Pennsylvania State Police

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The Pennsylvania State Police -- not the Department of Corrections -- are the proper party defendant in challenges the accuracy of criminal history record, pursuant to 18 Pa. CS 9151, part of the Criminal History Record Information Act, 18 Pa. CS 9101 - 9183.

UC - available for work - alien worker - expired work authorization

Jimoh v. UCBR - Commonwealth Court - July 6, 2006

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UC claimant's arguments in his brief were waived where they were not included in his Petition for Review.

In n. 7, the court said in dictum that the claimant would not have prevailed even if the court had considered the issues which he had waived. Claimant was an alien worker whose work authorization had expired. The court said that under such circumstances, he was not available for work under sec. 401(d) of the UC Law, 43 PS 801(d).

admin. law - appeal - petition for review - issues - waiver

Jimoh v. UCBR - Commonwealth Court - July 6, 2006

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UC claimant's arguments in his brief were waived where they were not included in his Petition for Review.

Pennsylvania Bulletin of July 8, 2006

The link:
www.pabulletin.com/secure/data/vol36/36-27/index.html

recent statutes
www.pabulletin.com/secure/data/vol36/36-27/1259.html

proposed rules - judgments - execution/attachment-exempt property
comments due Aug. 31, 2006 This proposed rule would prevent attachment of exempt monies - including social security, veterans benefits, various pensions, etc -- which have been electronically deposited into bank accounts
www.pabulletin.com/secure/data/vol36/36-27/1261.html

welfare - licensure/approval appeal procedure www.pabulletin.com/secure/data/vol36/36-27/1268.html

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