Getting that dream job can be one of the most satisfying moments in a person’s life. It may be the culmination of years of study or training and could steer you toward the life you imagined for yourself. Competition for a job like that is likely to be stiff even in the worst economic times.
Thousands of Texans’ lives are hamstrung by an overwhelming situation: they have numerous traffic tickets, and they see no way to fix it. They don’t even know where to start. Many of them have invalid driver licenses, so they risk going to jail every time they decide to drive. Tickets in this situation frequently are
Your driver license is precious to you, and you probably don’t think much about it. However, when you are faced with the real possibility of losing your license, it can be unnerving. This is especially true of those with so-called “unpaid traffic tickets” who receive a letter from the Texas Department of Public Safety entitled
Don’t Fall For 3 Common Myths Most people who get a traffic ticket simply pay whatever they are told to pay. I think that’s short-sighted and inflicts unnecessary self-harm. Of course, each person is entitled to make a personal decision on the matter based on their values and circumstances. However, I believe many of those