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  1. The previous expungement system was illegal and essentially full pardons to crimes, something which simply just does not happen. Price has explained the process hereon.
  2. On behalf of JSA, all of the information re/ the judiciary and prosecution (the bond amount, the stacking etc) are all errors and should not have been done in the first place and are against existing rules. We now specifically have practices in place in the DAO to prevent things like this happening.
  3. (( JSA Faction Website: http://jsa.gta.world Job Posting: https://jsa.gta.world/viewtopic.php?f=584&t=2100 ))
  4. that's only for the LC server. LS remains as it was before re/ roleplay
  5. Hi, Becoming a bar certified attorney requires a fair amount of OOC knowledge about the basic processes in the US legal system and the SA Penal Code. My recommendation, as the faction leader, is to become a paralegal with an existing law firm or the DA's office and gain legal knowledge and experience as others have said! Hope this helps.
  6. For full transparency, this is the bail schedule. Any offence you commit is added up and total bail is calculated. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jlu8AltrHmOR192CAhznfsfZBxrv6_EMGuXFW7SwRdU/edit?usp=sharing
  7. As the JSA faction leader, we understand that court cases can take a considerable amount of time and this is due to the often complexity of the legal arguments involved, regarding research etc from all parties involved. In addition, we all have lives outside of the game and it is a role that is very intensive. The bail system was introduced for not guilty pleas in order to have people be released on bail and not have to wait in TTCF extensively whilst they are arraigned. Obviously, this is not permitted for serious offences such as murder. A nolo contendere (no-contest) plea will allow you to serve your time and be released - you can then find an attorney to file an appeal and have a trial, or do so yourself, without being imprisoned during the time period. We appreciate any feedback you may have regarding the process and will take everything into account.
  8. This vacancy is now CLOSED. Please visit our website to find current job postings for Human Resources Assistants. 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Essential Functions (Core Competencies) Serving as system administrator for the daily functions of the software program used for benefit and payroll processing and management. Preparing and maintaining the Personnel Policies, Procedures, and Rules; advising the CEO, judges, and staff on the interpretation and application of those rules. Conducting or coordinating surveys and analytical studies regarding classification, compensation, benefits and related issues. Serving on the bargaining team or as Chief Negotiator during labor contract negotiations; updating the MOUs after negotiations. Serving on the management team for Labor/Management Committee meetings. Serving as plan administrator for benefit plans. Investigating personnel matters regarding court staff and preparing related reports, including proposed disciplinary actions. Serving as a training resource for staff and maintaining the database to track staff training. Maintaining and updating the Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) and Court Ergonomics Program programs and booklets. Oversees the court’s workers’ compensation program; conducting or scheduling ergo evaluations, when needed, and working with the claims examiner. Maintaining membership in one or more HR organizations to keep current on national and state HR legal requirements; may be required to attend HR conferences or trainings on an as-needed basis. Serving as ADA Coordinator for court staff and visitors. Maintaining information in ID and security card databases. Serving as liaison to other agencies on HR-related matters. Organizing and managing multiple priorities. Performing work that includes work assigned, scheduled, and prioritized by others. Performing other related work as required by business needs. The ideal job applicant will possess all of the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) listed below, including other KSAs and meet all minimum requirements. A more detailed list of minimum requirements and KSAs is available upon request in the form of a job specification. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities – The successful applicant will possess the following (KSAs): Knowledge of: Principles and practices of human resources management including recruitment, testing, classification, employee/labor relations, equal employment opportunity, staff development and training, compensation and benefits, Federal and State employment regulations and guidelines. Applicable laws, codes, regulations and policies, including the Trial Court Employees Protection and Governance Act. Correct use of English language, spelling, and grammar. Knowledge of office methods and procedures. Ability to: Communicate effectively with people of diverse socio-economic backgrounds and temperaments, both orally and in writing. Manage, supervise, and perform the full range of professional human resources work. Understand and interpret complex regulations and technical information. Establish and maintain financial records and prepare complex forms, statements of record, summaries and reports. Gather, review, and audit data and information for compliance with established procedures and controls. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with judicial officers, court staff, governmental agencies, employee representatives and the public. Make accurate arithmetical calculations. Write clearly and concisely. Use sound judgment within the framework of policies, procedures, and guidelines. Maintain confidentiality of information. Educational and Work Experience Requirements Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, psychology, industrial relations, human resources management or a closely related field and five years of progressively responsible professional level human resources experience. Physical Requirements and Work Environment The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, pinch, pull objects or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear. The employee must routinely lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and to occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Work environment: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time. The noise level and traffic level in the work environment are similar to a busy office. Normal business hours for this position: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Benefits Packages Los Santos Superior Court employees are valued. The Court offers an excellent benefit package, including: SanPERS retirement plan (specific plan determined by SanPERS); the Court does not pick up any of the employee’s contribution. Participation in Social Security, Medicare and State Disability Insurance. Medical insurance; choice of 6 HMOs and 3 PPOs; court pays a portion of the premium. Dental Insurance; court pays a portion of the premium. Vision Insurance; court pays portion of the premium. 457 deferred compensation plan opportunity. Sick leave earned at 3.7 hours per pay period (approximately 12 days per year). 13 paid holidays. Vacation earned at 6.16 hours per pay period (approximately 20 days per year). Floating holiday of 16 hours per year. Administrative Leave of 48 hours per year. Long-term Disability insurance paid for by the court. Life insurance paid for by the court. Employee Assistance Program. Longevity pay after 10 years of employment. Recruitment Process To be considered for this position, job applicants are required to complete an official court application. Eligible job applicants will be notified by phone or letter of the date and location prior to scheduling for an interview. Further information can be found on the court's Web site here: https://jsa.gta.world/viewtopic.php?f=584&t=1961
  9. Looking to kick-start your career in law? Join Pearson Hastings. We'll provide you with the necessary training and continuous development you need to help you become one of the city's best attorneys. (( We are also committed to assisting any new players that are interested in the legal field but unsure about particular laws or processes. Any training or assistance you require — do not be afraid to ask. )) Here for you, forever.
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