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- I missed my initial hearing for unemployment last june due to a misunderstanding on the directions i have since filed for appeals as i keep getting denied. i am on my last one it seems i am trying to prove good cause for missing my first hearing. i was advised by the az gov office to seek legal advice. I feel i had good cause i understood i had a phone hearing and i was not going to be present so i did not need to call in advance as directd onpage one. the directions are misleading. what can i do to prove good cause? i did not know that good cause was te case until after my 1st appeal thanyou
- have a prior conviction for attempted 1st degree murder. did 13yrs and finished parole. got arrested during a search of my house, i was told i am a prohibited posspossessor and that the two folding pocket knives were ion violation. they were gerber knives . they are now going to use my prior feloney to enhance my sentance. is this legal, and can i have the pocket knives?
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