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Can an Undocumented Immigrant Request Bail if he is Detained?

What happens after a person is arrested? Well look, in this climate that we have with Trump, too many people are stopping it and everyone thinks, oh, the law has changed! And it is not the law that has changed, it is the thought that has totally changed. A year and a half ago, an […]

Bonds and Failed Pays

In the Capital Market, one of the securities instruments traded is bonds. Are bonds really? Bonds are a term used in the financial world, which is a statement of debt from the bond issuer to bondholders and a promise to repay the debt principal along with the interest coupons later on the due date of […]

Facility Guarantee to Encourage Corporate Bond Emissions

Facility Guarantee to Encourage Corporate Bond Emissions JAKARTA (IFT) – The Credit Guarantee and Investment Facility (CGIF) facility agreed upon by ASEAN Plus Three member countries and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has become a positive sentiment in the issuance of corporate bonds, analysts said. The value of corporate bond issuance has the potential to […]

Drinking, Drugs and Driving: Crimes

If you drive after drinking or using drugs you might be committing several crimes. These crimes also apply to driving a boat, train or motorcycle or flying a plane. Driving with the legal limit of alcohol in your blood It’s a crime with a blood alcohol level of.08 or more. This means having equal or […]

What is Guarantor?

The guarantor is an agreement where a private person or a legal person undertakes to pay a debt for someone else if it cannot pay for itself. The person who goes to the castle, so-called guarantor, becomes liable for payment only when the lender finds that the borrower, also called the debtor, cannot pay his […]

Rights of a Person Accused of a Crime

Finding a person guilty of a crime can not be taken lightly. Because of this, the law guarantees certain fundamental rights that must be respected until the judge or jury makes a decision. Presumption of Innocence In Canada, a person accused of a crime is presumed innocent until the judge or jury finds him guilty. […]