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How Can Dishonest Lawyers Get Away With Stealing People'S Land?
I Know Someone (Person A) Who Had A 'Handshake Agreement' With Person B (A 'Friend' Of Person A) That Was Supposedly A Loan. Person A Did Sign A Document Believing That It Spelled Out The Conditions Of Repayment Of The Loan. After A Made Payments To B For Many Years, B Claimed The Land As His Own And Claimed That The Payments Were Actually Rental Payments. Years Of Court Battles Followed Until A Just Gave Up (He Was Old And Tired).
Also, During Wwii My Mother'S First Husband Was Killed In Fighting, Leaving Her The Sole Parent Of 2 Children. Somehow A Lawyer Cheated Her Out Of Her Home.
On What Legal Ground Do Some Lawyers Do Things Like This? On What Legal Basis Would They Draw Proceedings Out Even If They Have No Legal Claim On The Land?, Do They Have Any Real Legal Standing Or Do They Just Take Advantage Of The Fact That Some People Are Vulnerable And Can'T Fight For Long, If At All?
Person A thinks B is a crook; Person B thinks A is a crook. Because A lost, the attorney is now the crook. The attorney's role is to represent the client to the best of his ability. The attorney does not know for sure who is right. How could he? If the attorney's client told the truth, and no legal basis exists to dispute the other party's claim, the vast majority of attorneys would drop the case. Of course, there are exceptions.
The problem with your argument is you assume: (1) the attorney knows the truth; and; (2) even knowing the truth, no legal basis exists for the claim. In any event, nothing you have stated indicates dishonesty by the attorney.
*** Ok, lets assume the lawyer is a crook. Does the judge know that the lawyer is a crook? In the vast majority of cases, both sides call each other crooks. There is no smoking gun. Instead, you have two sides telling their story. Their story is testimony. Testimony is evidence. Winning is simply having the fact finder (judge or jury) believe the facts as you present them or finding a convincing legal argument.
Anyway, your question is loaded. A dishonest lawyer or client would not win. If dishonesty is established, then the lawyer is sanctioned and the client loses the case. However, first you have to establish that the lawyer or client is dishonest. How do you do that? Without an admission by the dishonest party, dishonesty generally cannot be established.
All evidence conflicts - that doesn't prove dishonesty. Language is inherently ambiguous. A misunderstanding or misstatement doesn't prove dishonesty. While you cast things in black & white, the reality is that even honest people can't get their story straight. Dishonesty can rarely be proven and that is why dishonest people win.
Can You Recommend Florida Probate Attorney With Reasonable Fees?
Have Spoken To A Couple That Seemed Pricey, If Anyone Has Had Experience With A Competent Attorney Who Charges Modest Fees In Florida I'D Appreciate A Recommendation.
Decedent Lived In St. Lucie County But Hearings Should Not Be Required So While I'D Like St. Lucie County Recommendations I'D Also Appreciate Recommendations For Lawyers Across The State.
Probate fees are provided by Florida Statute. Depending on the size of the estate, you should be quoted fees that are close. Estimate 3% of the PROBATED estate will be for attorney fees. In addition, you may have extra-ordinary fees incurred. Of course you can agree to higher or lower attorney fees.
You can get referrals from local bar and the web. Also try a Florida virtual law firm.
Is Being A Lawyer/Attorney Really That Bad?
I Keep Hearing About The Stress, And Long Hours About The Job. If That Is So, Why Are So Many People Trying To Become A Lawyer; Is It Really That Bad?
Yes and no. It depends on what area of law you go into, who you work for, and how you approach your practice.
Hours: All attorneys work hard. We do often get paid well, but we worked hard to become a lawyer and we work hard to earn it. Most attorneys typically work a minimum 50-hour week, unless they just finished a project or case. Big-firm lawyers can expect to regularly work in excess of 70 hours in a week. Litigators will work 18 hours in a day prepping for trials and hearings, while transactional attorneys can do the same getting a contract, proposal, agreement, or whatever drafted, proofed, and ready to send out the door.
Stress: People rely on you to protect their life, liberty, property, families, or well-being. You know the law and they don't, which puts you in a position of exceptional responsibility. That takes a toll on you, especially when you lose. Often, you're put on difficult deadlines made even harder because clients think they're too busy to provide you with the information you need to help them. Most will lie to your face.
People keep trying to become lawyers because they see people who have been practicing for 20 years at large firms and mistakenly believe they can make that kind of money fresh out of school. They also typically are reasonably smart kids who made stupid decisions on what to major in, and find themselves unemployable after getting a bachelors in some liberal art. Also, law schools lie about employment statistics and lull people into wasting their money on crap educations.
As to ethics, some attorneys are complete mercenaries. Most of us aren't. We are cognizant of our responsibility to the public and try hard to earn the respect our profession deserves. Most of us volunteer our time and donate money to help people in bad situations get right-side up again. I, for one, value my reputation more highly than any form of compensation and strive to give no one any reason to doubt my honesty or integrity. I am a lawyer, and I take ethics seriously, and I have turned clients down because they wanted me to do shady crap I didn't agree with. You always have that option.
This Girl Added Me On Kik And Said My Pics Were Fake And So I Started Making Mexican Jokes (She'S Mexican) And She Said She Was Going To Show The Cops And Sue Unless I Sent Her Nudes Of Myself. I Kno It Sounds Silly But I Just Want To Make Sure She Can'T
You can discuss your problem with a lawyer. If you don't know this already, the Internet is the perfect place to be looking for just about anything. If you are in the hunt for lawyers, the net can help you out in a couple of minutes. All you need to do is start up a search and you will most certainly find what you are looking for. There is no dearth of lawyers. Coming back to the Internet, one might wonder how is it possible to trust a law firm by just reading about it. However, there are a few signs that can help you choose the perfect one. When you need legal help, there will be a lot of questions running through your head. Most individuals look for answers on the website itself. Therefore, you should always go with a law firm that has a site that provides all the initial information you require.
Was The Miranda V Arizona Supreme Court Case A Criminal Or A Civil Law Case?
I Understand That He Was Arrested For Rape, But After He Was Tried And Found Guilty Of The Crime He Was Retried Due To The Fact That He Did Not Know His Rights. Going To The Supreme Court, His Lawyers Argued That There Should Be A Way For Him To Have Known His Rights. Was This Case A Continuation Of The Criminal Trial Or Was It A Civil Trial Due To The Fact That It Was Arguing His Rights Were Violated?
This was not a separate civil trial, it was the appeal of the criminal conviction. It was a criminal case.
A girl was missing and the police decided Miranda had killed her. They picked him up and drove around with him in the car questioning him, till he said he wanted a lawyer. After he said that they continued to talk about how the family needed to know if she was dead, till he took them to where the body was.
He was taken to trial, and convicted of the murder. On appeal the issue was the violation of the right to an attorney. The appeal went to the US Supreme Court, along with some other cases, less well known, and we ended up with a judicial mandate for the police to inform people that they have certain rights, and a rule that the confession will not be admissible if the cops violate them.
A really really bad guy got a conviction overturned because the cops forgot there is a constitution.
I foresee similar instances as a result of the present administration's refusal to recognize our constitutional rights.
How Often Can The Same Attorney Firm Garnish My Wages?
My Wages Are Being Garnished By The Same Attorney Firm I Once Paid For An Old Credit Card Debt. I Have Other Past Due Credit Card Debt That I'M Not Able To Pay Off. I Am Afraid This Company Will Also Garnish Me For Those Debts, Are They Allowed To Do So?
There is a link below referring to James Martinez who speaks about debt and he has suggestions with his radio show on how to get out of debt and also some understandings on why one is there in the first place. The other posting (answer) here was excellent ~ in that any legal firm holding a judgment to garnishee wages can continue to do so until the debt is retired.
All the best to you in this.