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I Need Some Advice About Law School?
I Have A 3.30 From A State University. Major In Cellular And Molecular Biology, And Two Minors One In Chemistry And One In Biomedical Physics. I Am A Smart Guy, But I Have A Hard Time With Tests, Always Have. That's Why My Gpa Is So Low And That's Why I Just Scored A 146 On My Lsat. I Don't Think Retaking It Will Help But, I Think I Will Have Too. I Did Undergraduate Research In A Lab Here At My University, Studying Hepatitis C, I Also Worked For That Same Lab As A Laboratory Manager. I Did A Lot Of Ec's As Well, Biological Honors Society, Mentoring Program (I Can Teach It, I Just Can't Take The Tests, When I Take Tests, I Second Guess Myself, And My Mind Finds Ways To Qualify Every Possible Solution As Correct). I Was Able To Keep My Gpa Above 3.00 Because Of The Short Answer Type Questions, That I Can Answer Well, It's Just Multiple Choice That Screws Me. And Too Be Honest, I Don't See My Problem As A Real World Problem, I Just Over Think Every Question, Leaving Me Picking The Wrong One. Any Who, I Could Use Some Advice. Should I Just Retake The Lsat, Even Though I Likely Wont Do Any Better. Should I Just Go To A Sub Par Law School, Maybe Try To Transfer Up? I Can Use The Things I Learn, But I Just Have A Hard Time With Multiple Choice Tests.
I would strongly advise against going to a sub-par law school, because very few good schools would let you transfer up. At my law school, it was known that they would take the top three students from one other law school in town (which was far from sub-par) at the end of the first year to replace some of those who dropped out from our program, but I never saw a student from a non-ABA accredited law school be able to move up.
I have to wonder why you are going to Law School at all. You haven't said a thing about an interest in the law in your lengthy posting. Keep in mind that your whole legal career depends not only on your being able to get past the LSAT, but on being able to pass the Bar exam. If you have that much trouble with tests, you might want to rethink your goals.
Is It Illegal To Give Legal Advice If You Are Not An Attorney?
Unethical ... Maybe, But Illegal????
A person who gives legal advice (who is not an attorney) - as long as they are not purporting to be an attorney and are not practicing law is free to give legal advice.
How Can I Find Out The Charges Against Someone In Custody In Los Angeles California?
A Man Is In Jail For Three Cases Pending. The One I Am Interested In Is Set At A Bail Of 1,090,000. I'Ve Gone To Court But Its Not A Trial Yet. Just Motion For Continuances And They Don'T Mention The Charges. In Other Counties At The Time Of The Arrest They Give You The Reasons Why He Was Arrested On Their Inmate Locator But Not For La County. Is There A Way I Can Find Out His Actual Charges Since I Gather It Is Public Information. I Just Want To Know If I'M Allowed Access Due To Restrictions. Thanks.
The charges may be available from the district attorney's office and should be available to the public. Try the district attorney's site here:http://da.co.la.ca.us/default.htm
How Can I Have Access To Free Lawyers?
You may live in a community that offers Pro Bono lawyers - no fee charged - but you also must qualify for their services. Further, their services are sought by many and it would probably be a mistake to feel the pro bono lawyer will be as dedicated or have the time to spend on your matter as you would wish. Check the yellow pages for Attorney Referal Services and ask if there's a pro bono service available to you.
What Is The Noise Law Pertaining To Construction In Sacramento, California? Can They Work At 5Am Or Sat. 6Am?
The noise law in Sacramento is very likely the same noise law throughout the state. This is it:
(1) Any person who unlawfully fights in a public place or
challenges another person in a public place to fight.
(2) Any person who maliciously and willfully disturbs another
person by loud and unreasonable noise.
(3) Any person who uses offensive words in a public place which are inherently likely to provoke an immediate violent reaction.
That's section 415 of the California Penal Code. And about the only shot you have at this is paragraph two, but I already know what the answer would be: "we're not maliciously and willfully trying to disturb anybody officer, we're trying to work as much as we can before it gets over 100 degrees today."
Frankly, that's going to trump your 5am complaint.
Now, it's possible that Sacramento has passed its own noise ordinance and the best way to find out about that would be to talk to someone at City Hall (of course this is Saturday, so you're not going to reach anyone) and see if you can't find someone who deals with code enforcement.
You can also seek a restraining order, prohibiting the work from taking place any earlier than whatever time you'd like. Good luck getting that done before the work is finished and it's no longer an issue.
Sorry, but you're probably just screwed all around. I know how bothersome it is (been there, done that), but it's the price we pay for progress, I suppose.
Legal Advice - Paying Costs After Causing Car Accident?
Recently, I Got Myself Into A Car Accident--Rear Ending Someone Else. The Accident Was Of Course My Fault--I Know I'M Not Supposed To Admit That But I'M Not In Court Right Now.
The Accident Itself Was Minor; Nobody Was Hurt And The Damage To Her Car Was A Few Scratches On The Bumper. We Exchanged Information But I Asked If It Would Be Possible To Pay Out Of Pocket Rather Than With Insurance As The Car Was Insured Under My Dad--Not Me--And I Didn'T Want To Have High Insurance Later On Anyways.
A Couple Days Later Her Husband Contacted Me Over-The-Phone And Said He Had The Quotes For The Expenses Incurred As A Result Of The Accident: $750 For The Damage To The Car As Well As--This Is The Part I'M Wondering About--The Cost Of Renting A Replacement Car For Three Days In Place Of The Car I Damaged.
I'Ve Not Yet Asked For/Received A Copy Of The Quotes Nor Do I Have Photographs Of The Damage To The Vehicle But As I Said It Was Only Some Scratches.
Should I Have To Pay The Cost Of Renting A Car Even Though The One I Damaged Seemed Drivable? Do I Have My Hands Tied Here?
Advice On The Best Course(S) Of Action?
You do owe the damage to the car and the cost of renting a car while their car is being replaced.
If you chose to pay out of pocket - have them send you the estimate from the shop of their choice. They probably got a phone quote from a rental car company - you can call and confirm that.
If you pay them out of pocket - do it in certified funds -such as a cashiers check. You can also have them sign a release that ends the claim once and for all.
This is one I found on line that should work. http://www.claimspages.com/documents/doc...
Then save all the documents for at least 5 years.
If you want to pay out of pocket - don't jerk them around. Just pay them. Otherwise, turn it into the insurance company.
**not legal advice- only an attorney can give legal advice.