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A Legal Question?
I Have A Real Quick Question.
I Am On H1 Visa To Work/Live In The Us Good For 3 Years.
My Employer Who Processed My H1 Visa Took Me To The Bank And Ask Me To Sign An Agreement In Front Of A Bank Officer Who Officially Notarized It.
Was My Employer Legal In Doing That Crap?
It Says If I Wanna Get Rid Of Him And Find A New Employer, I Got To Pay Him About 30,000$.
I Know What He Did Is Crap. Can I Sue Him And File A Lawsuit?
Please Answer Me In This Regard.
First off, what he had you sign is nothing more than a simple employment contract. Big Deal. Yes, it is legal. It is also very common. Tens of thousands of them are signed everyday in the U.S. However, all of its provisions may not be enforced by the court. Employment contracts are a legal mine field. (They tend to blow up.) It also probably says that you cannot work for any of his competitors, and unless your skills can be transferred between industries, you would not be allowed to take another job, so if you quit he could TRY to prevent your new employer from continuing your employment. Unless you have cash in the back or are making good money,there wouldn't be anything for him to get from a lawsuit. So, who cares about the $30,000.
Second, unless he can show that he spent $30,000 to get your H1(B) visa, (and any expenses he paid for you to come to the U.S.) and you are using the visa to get another job, he will not be able to recover anything. (Actually, even if he did spend $30,000 he may not be able to get the money from you.) Everything will depend on the EXACT facts of your case, and how the judge sees it. If you know an AMERICAN business man, show him the contract, review your facts and THE EMPLOYER'S facts, and ask his opinion. That would probably be closer to the truth than anyone on here can do.
Third, depending upon the circumstances, he could get the visa revoked. It is, after all, a job related visa, which requires very specific circumstances be met before you can be employed in the U.S. So, without that job, the visa would have to be re-issued to your new employer, which is another topic.
Fourth: Can you sue him? For what?? Asking you to sign an employment contract? (You could have said no.) or Being an asshole? Neither is actionable (a basis for a lawsuit) Some attorney may be willing to sue him, if you pay the lawyer in advance without the promise of any recovery. But then again some lawyers really need the money, and will file anything if they are getting paid. I wouldn't take your case based on what you said here.
If Someone Was Thinking About A Wrongful Death Lawsuit, How Would They Go About Finding An Honest Doctor To Look Over All Of The Medical Records. And Give An Honest Opinion Without Trying To Cover For The Other Doctor Or The Hospital?
I would leave that to your attorney. Unless they're forced or subpoened, they would probably not do it.
Prosecutor Or Attorney? Is This A Felony D Or Felony C?
A Friend And I Were Arrested At The Same Time For The Same Crime On October 20Th. We Were Charged With Attempted Theft Which Is A Felony D In Missouri. Now On Case.Net It Is Has Been Changed From A Felony D To A Felony C. I Go To Arraignment This Monday. My Friend Is Scheduled To Go To His Preliminary Hearing At The End Of December. I Have Already Been To My Preliminary Hearing. My Case Is Moving Much Faster Than My Friends Case. Is There A Reason For This? Are The Trying To Pin The Whole Thing One Me And Let Him Go?
Whether it is determined to be a C felony or a D felony depends on the market value of the stolen property at the time of the crime. Your case may be moving faster for a number of reasons, ie, attorney availability, criminal records of each, plea deal by one party to get a lighter sentence, or maybe his attorney has just filed for a continuance.
Criminal Court Appointed Lawyers?
Are They Any Good?? Do They Lie To Get You To Sign Right Away On A Plea Bargain? Man Question Do They Try To Scare You By Saying If You Dont Sign You Get More Time??
A defense lawyer, whether court appointed or paid on your own, represent YOU.
Court appointed lawyers may be overworked and not have a lot of time or patience, but they have nothing to gain by scaring their client.
If the lawyer thinks a plea bargain is the way to go, it's probably because he thinks there is a good chance the suspect will get convicted at trial, and get a longer sentence. Taking the deal means less time (probably) in the long run.
If the lawyer thinks he has a case he can win (or if the plea offer isn't much different than the average sentence at trial), he'll advise going to trial.
What Are The Odds He Will Get Joint Custody?
I Was Seeing This Man For A Little Bit. He Didn'T Tell Me He Was Married Until Mid-Way Through. I Broke It Off Then Realized I Was Pregnant With His Child. He Has Never Seen Him Nor Made Any Attempt. I Think He'S Going To Try And Get Joint Custody So He Doesn'T Have To Pay As Much. I Really Do Not Want This To Happen. He Travels For Work And Sleep With Countless Women, Also Drinks A Lot When He Is Home On The Weekends. I Have My First Court Date Tomorrow, I Did Not Get A Lawyer Because I Didn'T Think It Was So Necessary The First Hearing Plus I Can'T Afford One. But Now I Kind Of Regret That And Wished I Looked Around Because I Have A Feeling He Will Have One. Please Help Me On What To Expect As I'Ve Never Been Through Anything Like This Before!
Joint custody will not absolve him of his duty for child support. He will pay the same amount, regardless of the custody issues. Now as far as the chance he has for custody, you definitely have the upper hand, or so it seems. Not to be sexist, but most judges favor having the mother with full custody rather than the father. If you are doing drugs, unemployed, and have severe health issues which will endanger the child, then you might want to get a lawyer. Otherwise the burden to prove he is worthy of joint custody is in his court, and given your description, will be an uphill battle for him. If you do feel the need to get a family lawyer, my advice is to get the meanest one you can afford because I guarantee he will be taking this tactic. I honestly don't think you have anything to worry about this boy getting joint custody of his kid.
Is There Any Attorney Within A Fifty Miles Area Of Van Wert, Ohio Willing To Do Civil Litigation &Quot;Pro Bono&Quot;
My Question Is I Would Like To Know If There Is A An Attorney Whom Willing To File A Civil Litigation Concerning My Civil Rights, I'M Alleging Deprivation Of Liberty Without Due Process, The Name On The Warrant And In The Indictment And Of Itself Was Not Valid, There Was A Motion To Dismiss But Was Denied Until 8 Days Later When The Indictment Was Dismiss. I Was In Custody For More Than 34 Day Illegally.
while your chances are slim to none to find any attorney willing to go forward on this on a pro bono basis, allow me to clarify this for you.
if your name was on the indictment how do you claim it was invalid?
if you were arrested you certainly were afforded counsel, retained or appointed be this as it may - and as such represented before the court.
if the indictment was dismissed there could be several factors playing into it - you are vague as to what really happened, so i do not want to guess it.
in summary, if you were lawfully arrested and had to spend 34 days in the lock up you have nowhere to go with this, for as sorry as i am this happened to you.
if you would like to elaborate on the circumstances feel free to contact me.