Are personal protection orders public record?

Answer A personal protection order (PPO) is a civil order issued by a judge that prohibits and restrains the respondent, the person whom the order is against, from having contact with the victim. A PPO is... Read More »

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Are personal wages public record?

All personal wages of federal and state employees in the United States must be made available to the public. Depending on the state, this information is either freely accessible online or can be ob... Read More »

How do I enter evidence for orders of protection in Tennessee under rule 402?

Sections 401 to 412 of Tennessee's Rules of Evidence define the kinds of evidence that can be presented in court. The general rule of thumb is evidence must be "relevant" to a fact of consequence ... Read More »

Does the post office cash personal money orders?

The United States Postal Service (USPS) will cash money orders, but it will only cash those issued by the USPS. You can redeem postal service money orders at any post office or with rural carriers,... Read More »

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