3 Strategies To Know You've Picked The Correct Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to go through the legal court system, particularly if lack confidence inside your legal team. Here are three important methods to understand that you've hired the best lawyer: 1. They Specialize In Your Type Of Case The law is frequently tricky and this requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. If you want a legal professional, try to find individual who handles the issue you're facing. Regardless of whether a family member or friend recommends you employ a good they are fully aware, when they don't possess a focus that's comparable to your case, keep looking. Whenever your attorney is an expert, specifically in the hassle you're facing, you understand you've hired the right one. 2. The Lawyer Features A Winning Record Depending on the circumstances, it could be challenging to win an instance, particularly if the team working for you has minimal to no experience. Look for practices which have won numerous cases that affect yours. While this is no guarantee that you simply case will probably be won, it gives you a far greater shot. 3. They Listen And Respond In the event the attorney you've chosen takes some time to listen for your concerns and reply to your inquiries, you've probably hired the correct one. No matter how busy they can be or how small your concerns seem from the perspective, it's essential that they react to you in a caring and timely manner. From the purpose of view of a common citizen who isn't informed about the judicial system, court cases could be pretty scary you require updates and also to feel like you're portion of the solution. Some attorneys are just a lot better to both you and your case than the others. Ensure you've hired the best team to your circumstances, to ensure that you can place the matter behind you immediately. Faith in your legal representative is step one to winning any case.
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Are Defense Attorneys Ethical?
When A Defense Attorney Takes A Case, Or Is Assigned A Case, Surely They Must Form An Opinion In Their Own Mind Of The Suspects Guilt Or Innocence After Seeing The Evidence And Talking To The Suspect..If They Believe In Their Hearts That The Suspect Is Guilty Do They Still Try To Get The Person Off?? What About A Suspect Who Actually Tells The Attorney He Did The Crime, Does The Attorney Still Try To Get Him Off?..If Any Of This Is So, How Can It Be Right Legally, Morally Or Ethically?
A defense attorney is first and foremost an officer of the court and should he be given a confession by the defendant he has an obligation to not fabricate evidence or other theories to cover up the crime for his client. Unfortunately many defense attorneys are more hung up on winning and their win/loss ratio than the truth or justice. this is NOT always the case, but more common than it should be.
As far as the defense attorneys who aren't sure about their client's guilt or innocence, they MUST defend that client to the best of their ability and let the chips of evidence and circumstances and witnesses fall where they may for the jury to see. If done this way, the truth is not obscured, rather, the possiblity of innocense is presented for the jury to find. the jury is the fact finder and if nothing is covered up, then the system will be able to ascertain guilt or innocence based on testimony and evidence; the way it should be.
If you're ever accused of a crime you did not commit, you'll appreciate the importance of a good defense attorney. Wish there were more honest ones out there.
I Live In Maryland&Want To Be A Criminal Defense Lawyer I Want To Know What-----?
Colleges Have Criminal Defense In Law School I Searched University Of Maryland But It Deos Not Say Anything About Criminal Defense. Please An Someone Help, I Would Appreciate This So Much.
I have practiced criminal defense law.
Criminal defense law is not taught as a regular class in law school. However, some law schools have clinical programs with public defenders' offices or have their own clinical programs in appellate criminal defense law. I do not have lists of thes programs.
Many law schools teach an advanced class in criminal law procedure. This class is very useful for future criminal defense lawyers.
Most of law school is not about specialization. By the time the student completes the required classes for graduation and the additional classes which are needed to pass the bar exam, there is little room left in the schedule for electives.
The best opportunity would be an internship with a public defender's office. You may be able to arrange one with a public defender's office and receive independent study credit for it in law school.
Most criminal defense law is learned on the job and in continuing education classes after law school.
I Need An English Speaking Tunisian Divorce Lawyer.?
I Need An English Speaking Tunisian Lawyer Who Can Deal With International Divorce. I've Been Married To A Tunisian For 3 Years, We Have Never Lived Together, And Since We Married Relationship Became Non Existant. On Top Of This, Ive Now Had A Phone Call From A Woman Who Also Claims To Be His Wife!. Would Like To End My Torment. Can Someone Help Please.
Tunisian divorce laws are very strict, especially if you have children. I contacted a lawyer here in Tunisia to get this info for you, and this is what they told me:
Since one is English and one is Tunisian, the conflict of laws and jurisdictions rules: it is the Tunisian Code of Private International Law - CPIL - promulgated by the statute n°98-97 dated on November 27th 1998.
The applicable law:
According to article 49 of this Code if divorce concerns Spouses having different nationalities, the applicable law is the law of the last common domicile.
Sine you are residing in England (and have been for quite some time), and the two of you never lived together, English law is the applicable law and you do not need a Tunisian divorce lawyer or need to file the paperwork here in Tunisia.
However, if you would still like to consult with a divorce lawyer here in Tunisia, here are some located in Tunis that are listed by the UK Embassy that speak English:
Me Mohamed Moncef Barouni
Rue du Lac D’ Annecy
Imm Astrée, 2eme etage
Les Berges du Lac
Tel: 71 862.102/71 862.709
Fax: 71 862.002
Me Afif Gaigi
2, Avenue de France,
Imm. La Nationale, 2. Floor
(en face de l’Ambassade Française)
Tel: 71320.427/ 71320.584 Fax: 71 321.290
Caid Essebsi and partners law firm
-Me Salaheddine Caid Essebsi
-Me Lassaad Chelbi
-Me Yessine Ferah
14 Avenue Alain Savary,
1002 Tunis - Belvédère
Tel: 71 785 611
Fax: 71 783 913
Me Sami Kallel
Kallel & Associates
7 Rue Mustapha Sfar Alain Savary
Tel: 71 280 304/ 71 280 017
Fax: 71 280 853
Legal Adviser to HM Ambassador
Me Leila Soussi
37 Rue AzzouzRebai, Manar II
Tel + Fax: 71 885 356
For a complete list you can look here: http://ukintunisia.fco.gov.uk/en/help-fo...
Good luck, and if I can be of any more help or assistance, please feel free to contact me.
Does Anyone Know A Good Criminal Lawyer In Chicago??
Im Looking For A Good Criminal Lawyer In Chicago. Someone With Good Reputation. If You Know Anyone Send Me The Message
"Does anyone know a good criminal lawyer in Chicago?"
The quick answer to your question is "Yes. The Illinois Bar Association."
Although I understand you are hoping that someone here will be able to give you a good lead to finding a good attorney, the fact is that most people who use good criminal attorneys in the Chicago area are probably not answering questions on Yahoo! Answers....
You should call the Illinois Bar Association or visit their website for help in finding a referral service for attorneys in the Chicago area. Then do some research to see if the attorneys have been disciplined by the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC) in Illinois. If you're really desperate, try calling the State's Attorney's office that is handling the criminal case or the Circuit Clerk's office that handles criminal cases and see if they'll tell you who the good criminal attorneys are. (It's a long-shot, but they might tell you if you're nice an they're in a good mood.)
Power Of Attorney...Need Help Asap!?
My Parents Are In Their Early 80'S And My Mother Has Dementia And My Father Has Major Health Problems And Won'T See A Doctor Or Go To The Hospital.( He Fell Two Weeks Ago And He Told Me He Heard Something, &Quot;Snap&Quot; In His Ankle.) Here Is The Problem. My Mother Was Married At 17 And Has Two Children By Her First Marriage. My Mother Divorced Their Father (For Infedelity) And My Grandmother Took Care Of Her Children Because She Was Too Immature To Take On The Responsibility Herself At The Time. Fast Forward - My Mother Married My Father And Had Me When She Was 38. My Half Siblings Have Always Resented Me Because I Grew Up With Two Parents. They'Re In Their 60'S Now. I Am 45. My Half Brother Is The Executor Of The Will. He Will Not Help My Parents Unless My Father Calls Him And Asks For His Help. (Which Is Never Going To Happen.) I Need To Cover Myself And Protect My Parents. How Do I Go About Getting Power Of Attorney? Please Help! Thanks.
I work for an elder law attorney and this is what you need to do it will probably cost a little more where you live but a POA should not cost anymore then $200.00 to get done, we charge $150.00. Consult an Elder Law Attorney who knows what they're doing have him draft the POA send it out to you so you can review it, talk to your dad about getting it signed you need one for each of them. Sometimes lawyers will come to you (mine goes to homes & nursery homes) when someone isn't mobile. The POA will enable you to make all the decesions for them while they are not able to do for themselves. You can also research online POA but do not buy one off teh internet they can be contested by your other siblings. If you have any other questions feel free to email me.
You half brother does not have POA b/c he is exec. of Will they're 2 different documents. Get your hands on a copy of that WILL and make sure it's not that old.
About Elder Care Law?
My 88Yrold Father Has Been Worrying About People Taking His Money Over The Comp And Ended Up Calling The Police A Few Times So He'S Got Dementia A Bit. But My Damn Sister (A Nurse) Brought Him To A Psych Unit Without Anyone Knowing. He Spent A Couple Weeks There And Got Meds.
He'S Now Home But My Sister Got The State Involved And He Was Assigned A Legal Guardian (Lawyer) Who Charges $5000 A Month To Pay 2 Or 3 Bills! She Was Supposed To Be Just For 3 Months And Then We Wanted To Take Over. My Older Brother Was Waiting For The Court Hearing To Allow Him To Take Over But He Called The Guardian And She Said She'S Permanent And She Didn'T Even Attend The Hearing And None Of Us Were Notified Of It!
Now We Want To Get Rid Of Her Bad, Should We Get An Elder Law Lawyer? Is That The Right Type?
Yes and yes. Good luck. When you talk to the lawyer make sure to mention the fees this "guardian" is charging, as, depending on state law, this might be illegal on its face.