Feb 172012
 

If you’ve received a citation for a traffic violation, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to look it over and make sure that everything is correct before you pay – many times, an improperly completed ticket can be thrown out.

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  1. In some cases, you may need help with a co-signor in certain thgins- for example CELL PHONES.The key is to practice reduction money first, once you are certain you can save up X amount of $, then not only have you proven to yourself you can pay off debt, you can then prove it to a co-signor. Get a Cell Phone with any carrier requiring a credit check with your co-signor.After 6 months, omit your co-signor. Now u have a secured credit card and cell phone bill. credit is improving.

  2. The 1973 SEC report alleged that as president of T.C. Horne & Co, Horne “among other things, violated the record-keeping, anti-fraud, and broker-dealer net capital provisions of the federal securities laws and filed false financial reports with the commission.” Horne stipulated to an SEC finding that he and his firm “willfully aided and abetted” in violations of securities laws.

  3. United States Attorney Cazayoux praised the coordinated efforts of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Mobile Enforcement Team (also known as MET Team), the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office, and the Gonzales Police Department for their joint law enforcement investigations directed at career drug traffickers to remove them from the streets.

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