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How Much Do Top Criminal Lawyers Make?
I Want To Be A Lawyer In Criminal Law ,And I Have A Lot Of Interest In It ,But I Want To Have High Pay As In Maybe 250,000 A Year Or Higher Is It Possible.
Yes, that is possible. The name partners doing white collar crime at big firms probably pull in $750,000 to $1.25 million a year. But the average criminal attorney working at a small to medium size office is probably more in the $100,000 to $200,000 range, depending on a variety of factors.
Is There A Lawyer That Will Take On A Medical Malpractice Case In Austin Texas?
I Need A Lawyer That Will Take On A Medical Malpractice Case In Austin Texas. I Don'T Want To Air The Details. I Just Need Someone Who Is Good/Great. My Life Has Been Ruined And I Deserve Retribution And A Way To Take Care Of Myself.
I am a medical malpractice lawyer in Austin. I am happy to speak with you (free consultation) and evaluate the case further. Please call me, 512-827-7548 (this rings to my office and my cell phone). I am passionate about medical malpractice cases. Several years ago my fiance died because of medical malpractice. I will tell you that because of tort reform that it is very hard to make a medical malpractice case and it is very expensive to litigate a medical malpractice case. My firm pays all of those expenses up front and runs the risk of the lose. That is why we have to be so careful with which cases we take. I am happy to talk to you, and even if I can't take the case, I hope it will give you another step toward emotional recovery and understanding what is going on.
Studying Family Law.....?
I Am About To Start My Bachelors In Political Science, And I Have An Associates In Criminal Justice, But After Thinking Long And Hard I Would Like To Practice Family Law. How Can I Go About It, What Would Be The Ideal Courses To Take, Or Just Simply Any Advice Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
If you want to practice law you would have to go to Law School.
it is against the law to practice law if you do not law degree,
I would suggest going to law school and doing the courses that are related to family law.
I Am A 22 Year Old Unemployed Single Mother In The Middle Of A Divorce, I Need A Pro-Bono Attorney.?
My Divorce Was Supposed To Be Uncontested, But My Husband Showed Up At The Hearing With An Attorney, So I Got A 30 Day Continuence. Legal Aid Is Not Being Very Helpful, My Husband Has Not Paid Child Support In 2 Years, And I Need Legal Help, But Can'T Afford To Pay A Lawyer. Is There Any Other Agency That Can Help Someone Like Me? Any Help Or Advice Would Be Appreciated.
I was divorced a few years ago. My ex-wife used legal aid while I hired a lawyer at $200/hr. She was represented by a couple different kids straight out of law school (they changed in the middle of the divorce).
In the end, she paid no attorney's fees while I paid over $10,000 to my attorney, plus the courts charged me a little for her attorney. But, she got no money from our home, no part of any of my retirment or savings accounts. I also pay a fair amount for child support, but pretty minimal compared to some of my friends that didn't find a good attorney. I don't get as much time with my kids as I would like, but quite a bit more than my ex wanted me to have and more than any of my divorced friends. Towards the end of the divorce proceedings I agreed to a couple of things I think I could have won, but at that point I was feeling bad for my ex.
(Now for those of you that are feeling bad for my ex-wife, please know that she cheated on me (I never strayed), left me for her new boyfriend, and initiated the divorce. I also still buy my son school clothes, bicycles, sports equipment and pay his school activity fees)
Here's my point. If there is ANY way on this planet you can get a decent attorney, get one. They are worth their weight in gold if the stakes are high enough. I would suggest finding a female family practice attorney that might sympathize with you, scraping together a small retainer ($500?) and offering a payment plan if that's all you can manage. Look for an attorney that does some guardianship and child work for the county (they'll be familiar with the local judiciary and might be sympathetic to your cause).
Plain English In Legal Documents?
I Have Almost Completed My Assignment...One Question Is All I Have Left To Do But
I Don'T Even Know Where To Stert. The Question States..
Write A Claer, Well-Reasoned Paragraph On Why You Think It Is Important To Use Plain English In Legal Documents. The Piece Has To Be 250 Words In Lenght.
Plz Help. English Is My 2Nd Language And I Am Struggling
Hi Dee. Your English looks pretty good to me--and I'm an English teacher!
You could start with a question. Why is it important to use plain English in legal documents?
If you prefer, you could start with a generalization. many people think the use of plain English in legal documents is important.
Then give your reasons, with examples, followed by a conclusion. You could go to the Internet, and surf down a glossary of legala terms (the harder the better) to illustrate how the average person with an average education might not understand everything.
Your conclusion should restate what you have already said.
I would have said....
MANY PEOPLE THINK THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE USE OF PLAIN ENGLISH IN LEGAL DOCUMENTS. HAVE YOU EVER NOTICED THAT, IF SOMEONE MAKES MONEY IN A CONTRACT, IT IS BECAUSE HE OR SHE IS SMART? BUT THE SAME PERSON, HAVING LOST MONEY, WILL SOMETIMES TRY TO CLAIM TO HAVE BEEN TRICKED BECAUSE THE LANGUAGE WAS TOO HARD.
COMPLICATED, LEGAL ENGLISH IS FINE FOR COURT WORK, AND IT INDEED HAS ITS PLACE WHEN IT COMES TO LAWYERS ARGUING THE FINE POINTS OF THE LAW. "THERE WAS NO VOLENTI NON FIT INJURIA, RES IPSE LOQUITUR!"
I'm doing your assignment for you, and I shouldn't do that! This should get your started--email me privately if you still need help.
Juvenile Justice System..?
Im Only 15, But I Have Had My Heart Set On Majoring In Social Work And Criminal Justice & Criminology And A Minor In Psychology So I Can Work In Juvenile Justice. I Want To Work With Juveniles Who Are On The Wrong Path. & I Was Wondering Is There Is Any Kind Of Volunteer Things I Can Do That Have To Do With This. & Like How Old Do You Have To Be To Intern Or Something, Like With Probation Or Some Kind Of Correctional Place.
& Another Question Aside From This:
If I Would Go To Law School To Be A Juvenile Lawyer, What Exactly Would I Be Doing? & If I Would Do This, What Kind Of Classes And Things Should I Take?
Question 1: Im not sure if there are any volunteer work you can do, but you could probably call the Juvenile Detention Center in your area and ask if there is any thing you could do to volunteer. You could also try calling around to different shelters in your city and tell them you want to volunteer and ask them what you could do. Question 2: First things first, finish you high school education, then enroll in college for Criminal Justice. Once in college they almost always have internships. I'm not sure where you live, but in Iowa to be a probation officer you have to have a Bacholors Degree and corrections only requires an Associate Degree. Question 3: You would be defending juveniles in court. Juvenile Lawyers are like any other lawyer you will have to do the same classes as any lawyer would and then pass the bar exam. Good luck I hope this was helpful.