Firm News | Blogs by Steven Titus & Associates, P.C.
Every once in a while, giving away money can be more fun than making it. Especially when that money is going to a good cause, like the college education of a deserving Wyoming student! For that reason, we at Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., are delighted to tell you that we’ve chosen a winner for our Find Your Path Scholarship 2019.
Steven Titus and his team of trial attorneys would like to thank the Wyoming students who applied to our Find Your Path Scholarship 2019. We asked you to tell us about a person who made a difference in your life, and how you hope to make a difference in someone else’s because of them. Since our deadline of May 28th, we’ve been studying your essays and debating who should win the prize. We’re not ready to announce that just yet, but we do have our finalists!
At Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., we believe it’s important to give back. That’s why we’re once again holding our Find Your Path Scholarship. We want to help students find their path, and for many of them, college plays a big part in that. We’re offering $500 to one eligible student who applies before May 28, 2019.
A lifelong Gillette resident got “a Christmas bonus” in early December 2018, when she followed clues to a lone blue spruce tree in McNanneman Park. There, she found a hidden gavel that was worth $2,500 in cash!
Congratulations, Andrew R.! That’s right; you’ve won Steven Titus & Associates, P.C.’s 2018 scholarship and earned $500 towards your college expenses!
Our Find Your Path 2018 scholarship has gotten a lot of love from aspiring college students all over the United States. In all, we received over six hundred applications before we closed the scholarship on August 8, 2018.
College isn’t for everyone. Though lots of jobs nowadays require four-year degrees, there are still great ones that don’t, ones that you learn the old-fashioned way: by doing them. To be honest, a lot of lawyering—especially tackling opponents in the courtroom—is also like that, but if you want to be a lawyer, you probably have to go to college. And that’s not a bad thing by any means.
Steven Titus, founding attorney of Steven Titus & Associates, P.C., thrived during his college and law school years, and because of that, he and his firm want to help one lucky and talented student pay for some expenses that come along with higher education. We are offering $500 as the prize for impressing us through our Find Your Path Scholarship 2018.
Wyoming has a progressive program in place for first-time offenders. The state’s Youthful Offender Program, commonly referred to as Boot Camp, is a six-month program that emphasizes rehabilitation rather than punishment. When it comes to drug offenses, most people charged are non-violent and in need of serious help. Is prison the best place for them?
Need-A-Ride, a homegrown Gillette-based transportation network company with offices in Wyoming and Montana, is feeling the heat after the Gillette Police Department organized a sting operation that netted one driver who allegedly purchased and delivered alcohol to them.
However, attorney Steven Titus, who represents Need-a-Ride, says there’s a bigger issue at play here.
It’s not hard to run afoul of the law in Wyoming, where many law enforcement officers are inadequately trained and prosecutors are overzealous.
The smallest conviction can damage your reputation, cause you to lose certain licenses and certifications, smack you with substantial fines, and even put you in jail.
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