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Sarah Wilson (MySmartPuppy)
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Sarah Wilson, Dog Expert, supporting the bond between you and your dog
Sarah Wilson, Dog Expert, supporting the bond between you and your dog

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MySmartPuppySchool.com - Online course
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Netvest. com/blog - investing blog (yes, really)

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That is inexcusable in today's world.
Appalling Qantas

As you all know, I am not one to complain but travellers need to be warned about +Qantas and +Qantas Airways. I have experienced the worst customer service from an airline ever! In summary:

1) Qantas website duplicated my booking
2) 1 hour 10 minutes to get through to customer service
3) Customer service botched booking again
4) 1 hour 46 minutes to get through to customer service
5) 9 days to get generic response from Qantas to email
6) A further 3 days to get a ‘real’ response
7) Qantas insist that I takes financial loss for their error
8) I end up losing pre-booked seats
9) 1 month later and the issue is still not resolved

#qantas #qantasairways #travel #jet #fly #tourism #Australia
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Love a good pun.
...I'll pay any fine...I just don't want to go to prison... Every criminal offense has a statutory sentencing range, and that is what you are exposed to if plead guilty or are convicted after trial of those charges. In NJ, the criminal law statutes use the two categories of 'Crimes' (also known as indictable charges); and, 'DP Offenses' (not indictable) to separate more serious crimes from 'disorderly persons' charges. In many cases, a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer can work out a pre-trial plea disposition to limit the sentencing exposure of a defendant who is pleading guilty, such as 'non-custodial' probation (no imprisonment); no loss of drivers license; a limited period of parole ineligibility; and, a specific limit on the length of a probation period. Unfortunately, some NJ criminal statutes specifically impose mandatory sentencing consequences. It is those offenses, which require that a person convicted of the crime SHALL be sentenced to imprisonment, that require that a convicted defendant cannot avoid prison confinement. The most difficult situation for a defense attorney, is when the statute imposes a mandatory custodial sentence, and the defendant maintains their innocence, taking the case to trial. Under those circumstances, there is no negotiation of a disposition to limit the potential sentence, since an innocent person cannot plead guilty to something that they did not do.

SPECIALIZING IN CRIMINAL DEFENSE THROUGHOUT NEW JERSEY
Howard W. Bailey, Esq.
550 Broad Street, Suite 601
Newark, NJ 07102
973-982-1200

#criminaldefense #sentencing #custodial
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Cat loves her Rhino. Bonding is bonding.
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