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Possession of meth can lead to serious criminal charges

A traffic stop can result in charges for more than a ticket or citation for a nonworking headlight. If probable cause exists, an officer in Kentucky can search a vehicle that has been stopped. There was one such instance around noon on a recent Saturday that involved a possible seizure of the drug known as drug known as meth, or methamphetamine.

Employment contracts must make allowances for military personnel

Entering into an employment agreement with a company in Kentucky involves an understanding between the employer and employee that certain terms and conditions of employment will be met by both parties. The employer will pay the employee for work performed and the employee agrees to do the work. Some jobs have a regular five day a week schedule and others, such as movie theaters, have a variable schedule. Employment contracts stipulate that an employee agrees to be available as scheduled. There is an exception for military personnel.

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