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Website Lawyer?
Is There Any Lawyer In The U.S. That Provides Website Development Legal Service? Is There Such Thing? Thanks.

I've never heard of an attorney that is quite that specialized, but an attorney who specializes in "intellectual property" can do it. They are listed as "intellectual property" attorneys in the yellow pages. Also, my state bar has a free referral service, so call your state bar office. They will refer you to several lawyers to consult. Here in my state, the first 1/2 hour is free. Also, call their office for an appointment and tell their secretary or assistant what you need and they will tell you if the lawyer does that kind of law. It may save you a trip to the wrong attorney. If it's just one question, most attorneys (in my state) will answer you over the phone for free, too.

Did A Figure Called The Witch-Finder General Ever Exist?
Im 33 , European You Can Probably Guess Where In Europe Im From....And Im A Big Medieval Ethusiast. My Interests Are In The Field Of Everything In The Medieval Era ; Knights, Castles, Swords, Folklore,Medieval Music, Medieval Weaponry, Torchlit Halls, The Inquisition & Christopher Columbus And Many More Things Medieval. I Saw The Film Made In The 60S Called 'The Witchfinder General' Starring Vincent Price About A Character Called Matthew Hopkins Who Was A Witchfinder General......A Very Good Classic English Film...A Horror Film Really To. But I Was Wanting To Know Did A Figure Really Exist In The Cromwell Era Called A 'Witchfinder General'?

Matthew Hopkins of Essex (active 1621-47), a Puritan minister's son studied law but flunked out. He then hit upon the idea of being a English 'witch finder'. A kind of pseudo lawyer/ witch finder/ free lance prosecutor. At this he prospered after a case at Chelmsford (Essex), and 'marketed' himself as 'Witch Finder General' (never an official government post). For profit he traveled England and in a couple of years (for a fee) brought over 100 women (generally old, crippled and impoverished, but holding land, to their torture, and deaths).
In 1647 opposition from Ministers, the government, and Sheriff's to Hopkins methods of torture and payment brought his career to an end. He published a for profit book 'The Discovery of Witches' 1647, but the same year in trying to practice his witch hunts, was tried as a witch himself and either died of the torture or later forgotten.

Are Their Any Free Service Online Were I Could Ask A Real Lawyer Questions About Legal Questions For Free?

Doubtful. Lawyers spend lots of time and tens of thousands of dollars gaining legal knowledge, which is the only thing they have to make a living. Would a computer repairman repair a computer for free? No - a lawyer is not going to answer legal questions for free - that is his livelihood and business. He's not just going to give it away.

Fathers Rights?
What Are A Fathers Rights If He Has Had Nothing To Do With His 31Month Old Daughter Since She Was 9Months Old, He Hasn'T Got His Name On Her Birth Certificate Through His Choice And Has Sent 1 Birthday Card Since? Please Dont Judge And Tell Me What U Think Is Right, Im Asking If Anyone Knows For Sure, Thanks :)

Ok I went thru the same thing I had my daughter and her dad didnt even bother with her but as soon as I got a new man then he wanted her.. Al fathers have rights weather they are around or not or if they signed the birth cert I was advised to seek an emergency custody hearing that way you can reamin with custody and then go from there even though he didnt sign he can always request a paternity test to prove he the father.. Like I said your best bet is to contact the courts and see what options you have.. Good Luck and God Bless :)

Civil Rights Vs. Constitutional Law?
I Am Looking Into Going Into Law. I Am Really Interested In Civil Rights But My Husband Says I Might Want To Consider Constitutional Law What Are The Differences, Advantages, And Disadvantages?

disreguard the previous answer. Constitutional law is much more important than civil rights law. Constitutional law covers everyone, not just a select few minorities. There is nothing in the Constitution that covers Civil Rights. Civil Rights Laws are just that laws that Congress passed.

Does Walmart Have Legal Rights To Search Shoplifters?
I, Am In The Wrong In The First Place For Shoplifting. Me And My Friend Were Caught Before We Exited The First Door With Eleven Dvds In Our Pockets(Just The Discs). My Friends Gave Me The Dvds, I Put Them In My Coat, Went To A Family Bathroom And Took Thme Out Of Their Cases. Then I Left The Cases Behind Random Items, And Put The Disc In Our Pockets. My Other Friend Who Was Purchasing An Item And Would Walk Out Separately Was Also Accused Of Being An Accomplice Even Though He Didn'T Take Any Of The Dvds Out Of Their Cases Nor Did He Have Any On Him. Me And My Friend Who Were Caught Are 16, And My Friend Who Was An Accomplice Was 15. I'M Not Hear To Try And Strike At Wal Mart, I Just Want To Know The Policy For Asset Protection. What Are They Allowed To Do In Terms Of Detaining Me. When The Asset Protection Officer First Got Me, He Pushed Me Up Against A Wall. Then When We Got In The Office, He Ripped My Coat Off And Searched Me. I Don'T Know Much About That Stuff, And I Asked Him If He Had Legal Rights To Search Me And He Just Gave Me A Cocky &Quot;Wal-Mart Cop&Quot; Attitude. He Told Me Can Do Whatever He Wants To Me. He Took My Cell Phone And I Asked If I Can Call My Parents. They Denied Me And Said They Were Going To Call Them For Me. I Told Them I Would Like To Speak With My Parents First And They Just Laughed At Me. They Began Asking Me Questions And I Didn'T Want To Answer Them And They Yelled At Me For Not Answering Them. I Was Going To Wait Until The Police Got There. The Officer Read Me My Miranda Rights Obviously. But What I Don'T Get Is How I Hvae Control Over My Right To Attorney, Right To Remain Silent Etc. But I Don'T Have These Rights Talking To The Asset Protection From Wal Mart. Of Course They Told The Cop I Was Being Uncooperative Because I Didn'T Want To Answer Their Questions, And I Asked Them If They Were Allowed To Search Me. I Don'T Know Their Policy, Like I Said, And I Would Just Like To Be Informed. I Don'T Think The Asset Protection Guy Handled It Correctly, Pushing Me Up Against A Wall, Ripping My Coat Off And Searching Me, Taking My Cell Phone, Denying Me The Right To Talk To My Parents, And Forcing Me To Talk To Them. It May Be Their Store I Was Stealing From, But They Are Not Police Officers Or Any Government Officials. So Why Would They Have The Rights To Search Me Or Touch Me?

You are right, and you were in the wrong. The asset protections officer was in the wrong as well; but two wrongs don’t make a right.

As long as you are on Wal Mart property they have a right to search you; you consent to that when you enter the store Theft is theft, and you removal of the DVDs from their container and hiding them shows intent to steal so they were correct in detaining you.

However, after that point things fell apart. The officer is required by law to read you your rights prior to doing anything else after detaining you. The officer can yell at you, he can conduct a search, but he cannot question you until after reading you your rights. The point of arrest is not when the police officers showed up, but when the asset protections officer first detained you.

He is also guilty of abuse of authority if he hurt you, but proving that is going to be hard. Since you have a witness that can say when your rights were read to you (your accomplice) you can fight the case based on that alone. His questioning of you was illegal, his search was illegal and his conduct was illegal.

I actually advised a person who shoplifted an item and was caught on camera of this kind of thing before and he got off because he was able to show that the arrest was illegal; just as it was in your case. Each situation is unique so I don’t know if you CAN get off, and you were wrong, but you can fight the case and prevent yourself from getting a criminal record. Wal Mart has the right to ban you from the store though and they got back the DVDs that they own so they got what they wanted. If you fight the case then Wal Mart is likely to drop it, it is too expensive for them to hire a lawyer and pursue it. Even if they have lawyers on staff Wal Mart has made it known that they don’t want to pursue shoplifting cases except against repeat offenders. You might get off if you make enough noise. The case rotates on what you said to the police officer AFTER he read you your rights.

The asset protection officer was for all intents and purposes the officer who arrested you and his conduct after that arrest is what matters. He legally searched you since he had reason to suspect that you had shoplifted, and he was proven correct. The WAY he did it though was illegal and without reading you your rights prior to that search he illegally arrested you.