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Need Help On Harvey Birdman Attorney At Law For The Ps2
How Do I Get By Level 2 Im Stumped

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Question 1: Statement 1 (Unlockable #2)
Question 1 (to continue): Statement 2

Examine Stack of Money
Examine Car Keys
Examine Coffee Cup (Location Opens)

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Question 2: Statement 3

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Examine Trash Can
Extra: Trash Can (2nd time) for a bonus Emblem

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Move to Prison Entrance

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Talk to Magilla Gorilla
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Question 4: Statement 1 or 2

Defendant Cross-Examination
Statement 2: Press
Statement 2 (revised): Present Greasy Bag
Present Little Boxers

Question 5: The Peanuts

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X's Business Card
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Defendant Cross-Examination
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Defendant Cross-Examination
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Need A Lawyers Advice????
What To Do About A Ex Husband That Keeps Trying To Kill Me? How Can I Defend Myself?

Oh Jesus!!!

C'mon, Simply, this is such a serious situation that you should call a lawyer RIGHT NOW!!!
And, of course, go to the police office as soon as possible and make a legal complaint!!!
And yes, as someone above said, on YA there are many "fake attorneys", so you can't trust any answer, especially in such a serious situation.

I hope you solve that problem very soon.

Good luck, take care!!

What Is A District Attorney?
People Say I Don't Need A Lawyer Because The District Attorney Is My Prosecutor...What Does That Mean...?

The DA is a person who is the lawyer for your state/district. They are a government employee.
Say you filed a restraining order against a man and he either violated the order or also beat you up and is going to be charged with a crime. Well the district attorney argues for you (the victim) against the man who hurt you, if he is being charged with beating you. You dont need a lawyer because the DA is the lawyer who is trying to protect you and the public from that man by putting him in jail. That is called CRIMINAL court. In criminal court there is always a defense (one who did a crime) and a prosecutor (the DA or assistant DA who is arguing for the state, protecting the public).

In Civil court (no one commited a crime or didnt do anythign that would put them in jail) there is a defense and a prosecution and those are 2 regular lawyers arguing for their clients. Example Mrs. Jones is sueing her insurance company for not covering a surgery that would save her life. Mrs Jones would have a lawyer and the insurance company would have their own lawyer. Money is awarded instead of jail time.

Thinking Of Law School?
1. How Long Will It Take? 2. How Much Will It Cost? 3. Can I Get In With A 3.0 Gpa? 4. Do Law Schools Require Applicants To Know A Foreign Language?

Everythig I have said here has to do with US Law Schools.

Law school generally takes 3 years if you are a full-time student and 4 years if you are a part- time student. This is after you have completed your undergraduate degree.

The average cost of law school ranges from $25,000 - $40,000.

Yes. You can get into law school with a 3.0 GPA, some schools will even accept lower a GPA. The two main things law schools look at for determining who admit are a person's GPA and LSAT scores.

No. Law schools don't require knowledge of a second language but it is a good idea to have one. It makes you more marketable once you have finished law school.

Some of the other law school admissions take into consideration are work experience and community service

Got to the Law School Admissions Council website at
and register with
for a more accurate summary of the law school application process and the law school experience.

I hope this helps. Good luck!

Dui Vs. Speeder'S What Is What?
How Is It Someone With A Dui Can Get There License Reenstated And Someone Cught Speededing Can'T I Would Reather Have A Sober Person That Icould Sit Down And Talk To Reather Than A Drunk Or Druguser Who Will Just Kick Bakc To Old Habbits Any Opinion Please Leave Have Date With Nbc Over This Topic And Need Many Reviews

Each state has their own DUI or DWI or some states OMVI- {operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated or under the influence} & each state ha their own Traffic code that relates to general traffic violations including but not limited to speeding.

In addition to the criminal court system that handles the criminal penalties for violating an offense which is a crime according to the state statutes, each state has what is referred to as "administrative remedies". Administrative remedies and criminal penalties are separate and are imposed by two separate entities. For example when a person receives a citation for DUI & speeding; they are usually arrested, for the DUI. A court date is set and the person can plead guilty or not guilty to the DUI. If they plead not guilty then the DUI case is set for a trial (judge or jury-again each state differs}

As part of most State laws if & when a person is convicted of a DUI, part of the criminal penalty is the loss of their driving privildges for a certain period of time. Because the law recgonizes that people need to drive in order to work and do other necessary things for basic living, IE: grocery shop. banking, post office, drive children to and from school, day care etc. the law provides for an application for reinstating driving priviledges. For first time offenders it is relatively easy to get an administrative hearing and to convince them that the need for a "restricted" drivers license is great and that the risk of driving while intoxicated again is low. If this is done then a restricted license is issued which allows the offender to drive for certain purposes only. If a person driving with a restricted license ( drive to and from work and to and from grocery store and to and from child's school, doctor etc.) is caught driving and and using the licence, rather abusing the license by driving somewhere other than permitted then they will lose the license. An example would be if a person is stopped pulling out of a liquor store for failure to signal; the officer would note the restriction on the license and issue a ticket for violation of such.

A secomd DUI offender has a more difficut time convencing an adminstrative hearing officer of the need for a restricted license. However a second offender may still be permitted a restricted license but with additional requirements such as having a breath alcohol interlock device installed in their car at the drivers own expense.

It is important to remember that in most states the criminal sanction differs from the division of motor vehicles sanction. A judge cannot omit the drivers license suspension from the sentence because it will be automatialy suspended anyway b the DMV.

Don't confuse the restricted license that occurs after a conviction with the temporary license that is issued just after the arrest for DUI that is in effect until and when a person is actually convicted of the alleged DUI.

I am not aware of any law that prevents a person who has been issued a speeding ticket from being permitted to obtain a restricted drivers license. Some states require the person to complete a drivers course before obtaining priviledges again. I suppose however that just like with enhanced dui's that once a person recieves a certain number of speeding tickets & tickets that far exceed the normal speed limit (reckless speding & speeding that increases child endangerment etc) then that person could possibly lose their driving priviledges for a longer period of time and yes I am sure there is a limit. A person could receive so many speeding tickets that they can permanetly lose their driving priveldges just as you do with a DUI 4th offense

Help! Marriage/Pre Divorce/Child Custody?
Ok My Brother And His Wife Have Been Having Problems, Sunday They Were Bickering Back N Forth, She Flipped Out, Hit & Scratched My Brother & Told Him To Leave, She Packed His Bags & He Left & Got A Hotel For The Night. They Have Been Talking/Fighting Over The Phone Since And Today He Decided He Wanted To Go Home. She Tells Him, No He Can'T Come Home, He Can'T See The Kids, She'S Taking Them And The House And Wants A Divorce. He Brings In The Higher Income And Is Very Involved In The Children'S Lives. They Have 1 Together & He Adopted Her Son After They Were Married A Few Years Back. My Question Is, What Are His Rights? Does She Have The Right To Kick Him Out And Withhold The Kids From Him? How Would He Go About Getting Back Into The House And Seeing The Children? Thank You.

Until the papers are filed he still has the right to go see the kids. Once the divorce is filed than if he has the income have him get a good divorce lawyer who will fight for joint custody. She cannot keep him from seeing the kids as he is their father. As far as the house is concern depending on whether they live in a community property state she may not get to keep the house but both will have to sell it and split any profits from the sale as well as any other assets. Now a far as alimony or spousal support will depend on how much she earns in income. If she earns enough than she may only get either a very small amount for a couple of years or none at all. Good Luck. I put a couple of legal sites below that you can ask these questions for better direction.