4 Methods To Help Your Lawyer Assist You To When you need a legal professional for any excuse, you must work closely using them so that you can win your case. Regardless of how competent they are, they're gonna need your help. Listed here are four important methods to help your legal team enable you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - no matter what information you're planning to reveal directly to them. Privilege means anything you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team should know all things in advance - especially information another side could learn about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of all the information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they should help them win. 3. Turn Up Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are by the due date, each and every time. In reality, because you may need to discuss last second details or be extra prepared for the situation you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You Have Your Act Together If you've been charged with any type of crime, it's important so as to prove to a legal court that you just both regret the actions and are making strides toward increasing your life. For example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer to get a rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with the legal team increases your probability of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.
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Davis V. General Foods Corp., 21 F. Supp. 445 (S.D.N.Y. 1937)
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Try www.findlaw.com they have pretty much everything...we use it all the time for our law classes. Hope this helps!
Anyone That Knows About Either Or Both Of The Laws And Lawyers Of New Zealand And South Africa, Please Help?!?
Does Anyone Know If A Lawyer That Immigrated From South Africa To New Zealand Can 'Rule' As A Lawyer In New Zealand?
I Hope The Question Is In Good Shape So Everyone Can Understand, Its Not My First Language...
Thanks A Lot!!!
A lawyer in New Zealand has to be admitted to the bar. So your question is, can a South African lawyer be admitted to the New Zealand bar without having to go to law school all over again. The short answer is, I don't know. The long answer is, such a lawyer would almost certainly NOT have to go to law school all over again, but they would also very likely have to do some study. Possibly not. The best person to ask would be someone from the New Zealand Law Society. They have a website, and the answer might be there. Alternatively, check the website of the NZ ministry of Justice.
Most of the information you need can be found here: http://www.lawsociety.org.nz/home/for_the_public/for_law_students/admissions
Good Article About Drinking And Driving?
I'M Involved In My School'S T.A.D.D. Group, And Will Be Serving Mocktails At School This Week. Since It'S Our Last Week Of School, I'D Also Like To Hand Out An Article About Drinking And Driving. Something That Will Hit Home, Or Something That Will Show Alternatives To Drinking And Driving. Something About A Drunk Driving Accident Around The End Of The School Year Would Be Good. Thanks!
well i drink i don't drive Ive heard to many bad storeys like the girl a grad higher than me lost both her parents and her use of legs when hit by a drunk driver, like my uncle who only had a Little and got his motorcycle cut off and died when he couldn't slow down, like the guys from the power Point who played chicken with a train and lost all there limbs died instantly, like the 19 y.o who hit a guy who was sober and didn't deserve it a ( the sober guy that is ) drunk *** got 6 mouth in jail the Innocent guy lost the use of his arm's and legs at 16... basically every time you drink and drive you risk your own life and the life's of innocents. and if you die doing it you just might make the news so your friends, prees and family can say " LOSER, assshole, I knew he would do something stoopid like that , she killed someone, why is my son dead and he lives?.... so go ahead drink drive ruin as many life's as you can and never for get what you did and how EASILY you could have stooped it take a cab 30- 50 bucks is way cheaper than a lawyer
Grandparents Visitation Rights?
My Son Has Been Dead For Appx A Year. Up Until That Time The Mother Of His Children Used Me For Money In Exchange Of Seeing My Grandchildren And Leaving Them With Me On Weekends, School Vacations Etc. Now That He Is Dead I'Ve Seen Them Exactly 3 Times. She Is Living With A Man That Was In Prison For 10 Years On Drug Charges(That I Know Of). We'Ve Been Told By The Mother We Couldn'T See Them And Told The Children Can Not Receive Any Presents Or Communication From Us. Their Father Was My Only Child And His Boys Are All I Have Left Of Them. The Oldest Child Has Problems With His Eyes And The Mother Does Not Make Him Wear His Glasses (Which We Bought) And The Youngest Has A Speech Problem. The Children Are Boys, Ages 14 And 11. I'M Sure I'M Leaving Out Alot Of Details, But This Is The Generalization Of The Situation. At Xmas The Mothers Boyfriend Told Us To Never Contact The Mother Or The Children Ever Again. The Mother Has Disappeared With The Boys In The Past And I'M Afraid She Will Do It Again Now That We Know Where They Live And Go To School. Which Is Only 3-4 Miles From Us. We Really Don'T Have Alot Of Money, We Live On A Fixed Income But We'Ve Always Loved And Cared For The Boys Since They Were Born. We Live In South Carolina, If That Makes A Difference. Where Can We Go Or What Should We Do?
What a sad, sad situation....GENERALLY, grand-parents are not entitled to visitation rights...However, in your circumstances (with the child's father deceased...), the judge may make an exception because of the relationship you have already established with your grandkids and visitation may be possible. In any case, you should petition the court for visitation and let the judge decide what is in the best interest of the children (that is the true legal test). If the judge decides that it would be beneficial to the children for you to continue your relationship with them, and from the sound of your story, I don't know why he wouldn't, you could well be awarded visitation rights. You really do need an attorney, sweetie...I think you should continue to try to stay in contact with the children....Send cards, letters, gifts, whatever...If they are returned to you, save them up in a box and someday, when the kids are old enough you may have a chance to show it all to them. At that point, "Momma", if that's what you want to call her, will have some explaining to do. Jeez, the kids already lost their father and now she (or her boyfriend) wants to deprive them of their grandparents too....Very sad...
Need Legal Advice For A Divorce... Please Help Husbands An Army Soldier...?
About 6 Months Ago My Husband Came Home From His Ait Training And Out Of No Where Told Me He Thinks He Made A Mistake Of Marrying Me And Wants A Divorce... Claims He Likes The Fact That He Wasnt Tied Down To Me And The Kids In Ait And Could Party And Do Whatever With His Single Soldier Buddies.. But A Day Later Disclosed He Had Feelings For A Fellow Woman Soldier. (To My Knowledge We Were Happily Married , As A Week Before This I Was Visiting Him And We Were Happy.. And I Even Drove The Two Hours To Pick Him Up From Ait) Now He Literally Packed His Bags And Took Off For Another State In Which We Were Suppose To Move With Him, Taking Our Only Vehicle (Which Was In His Mothers Name). At The Time We Had Two Children And I Was Pregnant With Our Third (Who Is Now 4 Weeks Old). As It Stands He Is Trying To File For A No Fault Divorce Stating This Was A Mutual Agreement (Which Was Not At All) But Ive Been Told By Family This Is An At Fault Divorce In Which Could Be Called Dissertion... I Just Want To Get This Figured Out So We Can Start The Process... Is There A Way He Would Be Force To Supply Me With A Vehicle For Our Children To Get To Dr Appts... And Which Type Of Divorce Would Be Correct To File For? We Have Only Been Married For 1 Yr And 4 Months But Together 5 Years....
It really depends on what state you live in as to the "type" of divorce. For example, if you hear on the news that a famous couple has filed for divorce in California, the news always reports that the dissolution was based on "irreconcilable differences." That is a fancy way of saying "no fault," or the parties just couldn't get along. So, in California, you have irreconcilable differences, insanity, bigamy, incest, etc. Generally, it is irreconcilable differences.
Also, depending on what state you reside, only the length of your marriage is important, not how long you were "together."
In any state, your ex should be required to pay child support.
Since you have not worked during the marriage and he is "gainfully employed," you may be able to request he pay attorney fees for you. This does not necessarily mean you can afford the most expensive attorney in town; however, you may be able to pay to have an attorney assist you with the process and paperwork even if he/she is not being paid to go to Court with you. Also, many states have family law facilitators offices located at the Courthouse. Check with your local Court.
Finally, the best advice I can give you is to either do your own research or hire an attorney. Those who provide you with legal advice who aren't attorneys may cause you more headaches than you need. You need to focus on what is best for you family now -- not whether your family thinks this is desertion.
And, as an aside in response to Faith: Why should her legal advice be FREE? When was the last time you went to a doctor and either you, your insurance plan, or the state was not billed for his services. If she seeks legal counsel, some attorneys do provide a free CONSULTATION. This does not entitle a person to unending legal representation.
Where Can I Obtain Low-Income Legal Aid Assistance For A Criminal Charge In Virginia?
Independent, Part-Time College Student Wrongly Charged With Serious Felony Criminal Charge: Credit Card Theft.
Looking For Any Kind Of Legal Assistance With Financial Leeway.
Any Programs In Va Cover Criminal Charges?
Ask for a public defender, that is the only criminal legal aid.