We Found 335 Resources For You..
Then, in May 2016, scientists announced they had found three planets around this star using the Transiting Planets and Planetesimals Small Telescope (TRAPPIST) in Chile. In honor of this telescope, scientists began referring to the star as TRAPPIST-1.
We found 335 resources for you..
The Bexar County Military and Veterans Services Center ("MVSC") is your advocate, and we can assist and support you with your Veteran Affairs benefit claim filing and provide you vetted resources, more information and assistance with eligible VA benefits:
In addition to assisting you with filing a Veteran Affairs benefit claim, if you are transitioning out of the military by separation or retirement we can also assist you with employment services and assist with helping you connect with community resources of need.
Our Resources page contains links and resources for the 142nd Wing. There is a variety of information available including information on our wing leaders, our aircraft, and more. For additional information about the 142WG, visit our Units page. If you'd like more information about the Air National Guard in general, visit their site here.
The 142nd Wing environmental program is managed by Roger Rein (e-mail: Roger.Rein@us.af.mil or phone: 503-335-4462). The program is defined by our Environmental Management System. While we control the use, storage, and disposal of our hazardous materials through our Hazmart Pharmacy today, we are restoring the base from contaminants released from the practices of previous decades. A description of these past practice releases can be found in our Feasibility Study. Our decisions on how to proceed at each of these past practice release sites can be found in our Record of Decision. We are currently treating contamined groundwater at 2 sites on base. A transparent 3-dimensional graphic depicts the current extent of contamination at these sites in relation to the neighboring wells around our base. View our most recent range assessment here.
Two laws enacted by the 2019 Texas Legislature have together resulted in a total increase of $34.00 in state mandated fines, fees and costs for many of the most common violations in the Municipal Court, such as speeding, red lights, stop signs, etc. Because, however, the increases have taken effect at different times, and because some increases do not apply to all cases, it is important that you know the fine and cost information that relates to your case in applying for a deferred disposition, driving safety course, or simply to pay your fine. To do so, please click on the link found below that corresponds to the date that your citation was issued. Thank you.
If you are found guilty of an offense or offenses charged in this citation and do not have sufficient resources or income to immediately pay all or part of the fines and costs, the Court shall determine whether the fines and costs should be:
The Court may refer your case(s) to its collection office for review of your income and expenses. You should come to court prepared to supply the name, address, and phone number of two references who are not members of your household as well as documentation to support your income, expenses and available resources such as bank balances.
DISCLAIMER: These resources are created by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts for educational purposes only. They may not reflect the current state of the law, and are not intended to provide legal advice, guidance on litigation, or commentary on any pending case or legislation.
The content on this page provides general consumer information. It is not legal advice or regulatory guidance. The CFPB updates this information periodically. This information may include links or references to third-party resources or content. We do not endorse the third-party or guarantee the accuracy of this third-party information. There may be other resources that also serve your needs.
Clarence Earl Gideon was arrested and charged with breaking and entering with the intent to commit petty larceny, based on a burglary that was committed between midnight and 8 A.M. on June 3, 1961 at a pool room in Panama City, Florida. The arrest was based entirely on the report of a witness that he had seen Gideon in the pool room at 5:30 A.M. on the night of the crime and that Gideon had a wine bottle and money in his pockets.Gideon could not afford a lawyer and requested the court to appoint counsel in his defense. However, his request was refused because Florida law allowed courts to appoint counsel for indigent defendants only in death penalty cases. Gideon undertook his own defense and was convicted. He was sentenced to five years in prison, where he crafted his own appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court by using prison writing materials and legal resources. The basis of his appeal was that his Sixth Amendment rights had been violated through the denial of counsel.
Since the Sixth Amendment does not distinguish on its face between capital and non-capital cases, Clark found that there was no reasoning to read that distinction into it and limit Powell v. Alabama to capital cases.
If you believe a crime has been committed, we encourage you to call the police at 911. To contact University of Iowa Police call (319) 335-5022. You also have the option to make a University policy complaint. The Office of the Sexual Misconduct Response Coordinator (OSMRC) ( -resources/report-problem) is available to explain and answer questions about reporting options.
In addition to seeking medical attention, there are other options for self-care after an assault, including contacting a confidential victim advocate (24/7 support at 319-335-6000). A comprehensive list of resources can be found on the OSMRC's website ( -victimsurvivors/victimsurvivor-options).
Articles that appear in periodicals--such as newspapers, magazines, or scholarly journals--are good resources to use in your research. You can use periodical articles to support an argument, to explain a topic, or to provide additional perspectives on an issue.
Protected natural resources are coastal sand dune systems, coastal wetlands, significant wildlife habitat, fragile mountain areas, freshwater wetlands, great ponds and rivers, streams or brooks. See 38 MRSA 480-B for statutory definitions.
The purpose section of the Natural Resources Protection Act (NRPA) provides, in part, that: "The Legislature finds and declares that the State's rivers and streams, great ponds, fragile mountain areas, freshwater wetlands, significant wildlife habitat, coastal wetlands and coastal sand dune systems are resources of state significance. These resources have great scenic beauty and unique characteristics, unsurpassed recreational, cultural, historical and environmental value of present and future benefit to the citizens of the State and that uses are causing the rapid degradation and, in some cases, the destruction of these critical resources, producing significant adverse economic and environmental impacts and threatening the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of the State."
Southeast Missouri State University provides student-centered education and experiential learning with a foundation of liberal arts and sciences, embracing a tradition of access, exceptional teaching, and commitment to student success that significantly contributes to the development of the region and beyond.
If a student has a question, we want to be sure you have the tools to answer it. Here are a few of the topics that come up most frequently and the offices, websites, or other resources you might use to get a student pointed in the right direction.
Please click on a service or resource you are interested in learning more about below. If you have any questions about any of our services or resources, call 319-335-7294 to speak with a UCS representative.
For many students, personal matters have a profound effect on academic performance, and for that alone, such interactions are significant and a reason to be involved. But these are complicated issues and getting involved can feel intimidating. All one has to do is pick up a newspaper to read about the emotional concerns students are having. Our students struggle with anxiety, depression, general emotional dysregulation, thoughts of self-harm, physical illnesses, family problems, financial crises, and others. Any of these can leave a student distressed and seeking your help.
Kognito is an online, easy to use, avatar based training program to assist you with identifying the markers for suicidal thinking and intent. Kognito walks you through the steps of identification, teaches you easy to use language for intervening with a student for whom you have concern, and then shares with you resources for the University of Iowa campus. Takes no more than an hour, is highly interactive, and can provide you the information you need to act in confidence in critical situations
Concerns related to sexual misconduct, Title IX, and gender equity, can assist you in locating resources. You can find numerous ways to access support from the options below for students, staff, faculty, and visitors.
Help communicate the new home of reporting problems at diversity.uiowa.edu/report. Download the presentation and post the campus-approved message throughout our buildings, online, and shared spaces. For additional resources, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your child has been fully vaccinated you may report your child's COVID-19 vaccination status and provide proof of vaccination in order to assist in the contact tracing process. Fully vaccinated students are not subject to quarantine (full or modified) at this time per CDPH and CCHS guidance. You may log into the Aeries parent portal here to upload a photo or image of your child's COVID-19 vaccination card. Directions on how to upload into Aeries can be found here. 041b061a72