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  1. I would wear the bracelet and I dont have to worry about a dirty ua. It's just the idea of a supervised bond and them telling me where I can and cant go after making bond.
  2. The condition of bond is to not enter establishments that sell alcohol or past 8 PM in one that sells food. Not possess any mind altering substances even if prescribed by physician. The state probation and parole board is where I am to report to. I have to submit to drug testing on a weekly basis for simple possession which the arresting officer pulled off the side of the road and threw out most of the evidence before taking me to jail.
  3. just asking. not right to pay bond then be charged $15 a week to be tested. I've never missed a court date. what happens to innocent till proven guilty?
  4. is it legal to conduct supervised bond with weekly drug test and tell someone where they can and can't go before trial and conviction? this is like probation before conviction and sentencing. bond in the past has only been toale sure you appear. this contradicts my right of innocent until proven guilty
  5. I also need to include that in 2014 when performance evaluations came out My co worker received a 1.5 evaluation and got a 2.5% raise. I got a 2.5 evaluation and got a 1.5% raise. when I qufestooned the raise I was told by my supervisor if I got the 2.5% raise I would be making more than him. then he told me I was already at the top of my pay grade. I just remembered this. I did like working there. loved my work and job. compensation was still good so I just let it go for fear of retaliation
  6. I posted this in the health care forum I'm sorry I didnt see this one. here goes. I work, or worked for a Cincinatti based conveyor company and my job is 100% travel. I started having problems with my left knee because we install conveyor systems In large distribution warehouses. We were working in Florida and I went to an orthopedic doctor. After 2 oral medications did not work the doctor wanted to try a cortazone shot but was concerned because I am a type 2 diabetic. She gave me the shot and a note keeping me off work 2 days. I took the note to work and the temporary supervisor told me he didn't have to submit it and told me to go to work. I worked 17 hours that day. I got off work and went back to my hotel where I fell out. My girlfriend called an ambulance because I was going into respatory failure. I was admitted to the hospital in Florida for 2 or 3 days. my blood sugars had spiked to almost 600. I got out of the hospital and returned to work. I called my hr. department and scheduled 11 weeks FLMA and set up short term disability. I went back to Missouri for my orthopaedic surgeon to look at my knee and perform arthroscopic surgery. I had to get clearance from my heart doctor since I suffered a major heart attack in 2013. the next morning I had another attack similar to the one in Florida and again taken by ambulance to the hospital. Being unconscious and prior heart patient they did a heart Cath. when I woke the doctors were standing over me telling me I needed a bypass operation so I told tham ok and had it done nov8th 2018. I then had the arthroscopic surgery March 8th. My knee was much worse after the surgery and my knee doctor told me " well you don't have the knee of an 18 yr old" then retired. My primary care Dr. put restrictions on me and my employer refused to put me back to work until I was 100%. I scheduled a second opinion and my insurance approved. my company pays short term for a 40 hour week for 6 months yet my work is mandatory 60 hour weeks. in April I was switched to long term ( option I paid for out of my check) I received a notice from my employer that I had full access to my 401k and I could take a full withdraw or roll it over but I could keep my health benefits if I paid 190 a week or pay period. I called Hr. to find out details and told I don't have to worry about it. everything was taken care of and they hung up. in July I get a notice to pay $774 to keep my benefits for work. that if I don't pay I will lose my benefits. I have a partial knee replacement in 2 weeks but I don't think I have a job to return too. have I been discriminated against? I think I need a good lawyer. any suggestions?
  7. ok here goes. I work, or worked for a Cincinatti based conveyor company and my job is 100% travel. I started having problems with my left knee because we install conveyor systems In large distribution warehouses. We were working in Florida and I went to an orthopedic doctor. After 2 oral medications did not work the doctor wanted to try a cortazone shot but was concerned because I am a type 2 diabetic. She gave me the shot and a note keeping me off work 2 days. I took the note to work and the temporary supervisor told me he didn't have to submit it and told me to go to work. I worked 17 hours that day. I got off work and went back to my hotel where I fell out. My girlfriend called an ambulance because I was going into respatory failure. I was admitted to the hospital in Florida for 2 or 3 days. my blood sugars had spiked to almost 600. I got out of the hospital and returned to work. I called my hr. department and scheduled 11 weeks FLMA and set up short term disability. I went back to Missouri for my orthopaedic surgeon to look at my knee and perform arthroscopic surgery. I had to get clearance from my heart doctor since I suffered a major heart attack in 2013. the next morning I had another attack similar to the one in Florida and again taken by ambulance to the hospital. Being unconscious and prior heart patient they did a heart Cath. when I woke the doctors were standing over me telling me I needed a bypass operation so I told tham ok and had it done nov8th 2018. I then had the arthroscopic surgery March 8th. My knee was much worse after the surgery and my knee doctor told me " well you don't have the knee of an 18 yr old" then retired. My primary care Dr. put restrictions on me and my employer refused to put me back to work until I was 100%. I scheduled a second opinion and my insurance approved. my company pays short term for a 40 hour week for 6 months yet my work is mandatory 60 hour weeks. in April I was switched to long term ( option I paid for out of my check) I received a notice from my employer that I had full access to my 401k and I could take a full withdraw or roll it over but I could keep my health benefits if I paid 190 a week or pay period. I called Hr. to find out details and told I don't have to worry about it. everything was taken care of and they hung up. in July I get a notice to pay $774 to keep my benefits for work. that if I don't pay I will lose my benefits. I have a partial knee replacement in 2 weeks but I don't think I have a job to return too. have I been discriminated against? I think I need a good lawyer. any suggestions?
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