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Army Advice And Legal Advice?
I Was Arrested On July 14, 2013 For Disorderly Conduct, I Do No Know If There Was Any Public Drunkenness Associated With It. On My Sheet It Just Says The Court Date And It Just Says Disorderly Conduct. I Appear In Court For Arraignment On August 19Th, 2013. I Fear That This Will Impact My Record For Joining The Army, And I Am Homeless And Don'T Have That Much Money To Pay For Court Fines And The Charge Fine. That'S Why I Am Joining The Army.
Your best bet is to talk to the recruiter.
Bear in mind that with sequestration, there may be a hold on enlistments.
Right now, vets who are eligible for Post 9/11 educational benefits and Montgomery GI Bill educational benefits are on hold - they cannot continue their educations until the feds release those monies.
The current administration has been cutting the number of troops thru attrition (retirement, not re-upping, or discharges).
Uncle Sam is getting pickier now that we don't have an active war. There are approximately 2 applicants for every available slot.
This article may give you further information: http://money.cnn.com/2013/05/15/news/eco...
So, be sure you can meet the physical and educational requirements or don't bother.
Again, the recruiter is the person to talk to.
If you are not successful, try your local WorkOne office for job assistance.
WorkOne is the EMployment division of your local UNemployment office.
Are There Any Lawyers On Line That Would Give Me Some Legal Answers I Mean A Real Lawyer?
Are There Any Real Lawyers On Line Who Can Give M E Some Real Legal Advise
A real lawyer would violate her ethics by just giving random legal advice on here.
I Was Charged With A Dui, I Live In The State Of California, Does Anybody Know Of Any Good Dui Attorneys?
What Are The Possible Things That Can Happen To Me?
I recommend that you interview several attorneys who specialize in the defense of DUI
You can look up attorneys who specialize in DUI Defnese in the Yellow Pages or you can go to The County Law library and look up attorneys in the Martindal Hubble Directory of Attorneys
Ask each attorney about his experience with DUI cases.
How many cases has he defended recently. What was the outcome of those cases.
Also a good interview question is to ask the attorney if you were not available to defend me, please give me the names of three attorneys that you respect and would recommend that I contact to ask them to defend me.
After you have done this you will have a very good idea fo what your prospects are and who the best attorneys are.
You will know much better who the good DUI attorneys are in your area than anyone here on this web site.
I do recommend that you hire a good attorney with a substantial amount of recent successful experience in the Defense of DUI.
One thing to keep in mind is that Blood Alcohol levels as measured by the Police are often 50% higher than the true Blood Alcohol level when measured by a reputable Medical Laboratory.
However it takes a very good and experienced attorney to make that defense successfully for you.
That alone often means the difference between a conviction and an acquittal.
The consequences of a DUI conviction are devastating. It is very important that you hire the best attorney that you can find.
the interview process that I have given you will help you uncover the best attorney that there is for the defense of your DUI Arrest.
Getting Into Law School?
How Important Are Non-Academic Factors Such As Internships And Extra-Curriculars (Clubs) To Getting Into A Top Law School?
The common wisdom is that they're not important, unless you don't have any.
In reality, the quality of your "soft" factors matters at the very top schools, like Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. They get so many amazing applicants that they have the luxury of recruiting only the best. For the rest of the top-14 schools, Columbia down to Georgetown, you should probably have something to your name, like honors, awards, clubs (that you were active in and/or founded) or work experience.
Law schools are not very particular about the type of soft factors you have, but they do like to see something that makes you jump off the page. Don't get me wrong - numbers are king. That being said, law schools prefer mature, well-rounded applicants that they can brag about on their admissions pages after you matriculate there. I saw one law school mention that they had several unicyclists in their class. Yeah, seriously. Just don't be an inactive. Even a job after college can make a big difference.
Really good softs can't overcome bad numbers, but a total lack of softs might turn an accept into a waitlist or a waitlist into a reject. Plus, if you don't have soft factors, then you probably don't know anyone well enough professionally to write you a quality letter of recommendation, and that's just another ding against you.
Information On Family Laws And Minors Rights?
I'Ll Give You A Little Insight On My Situation And Any Help Regarding The Issue Is Appreciated..
I'M Seventeen Years Old I Used To Live With My Parents (Against My Own Will But Seeing As I Am A Minor I Never Really Had Any Choice There.) I'Ve Been Homeschooled All Of My Life And I Am Almost Completely Self Supportive.
My Parents Are Insanely Strict And Controlling. They Took Away My Place Of Employment Because They Didn'T Like Me Having That Freedom, They Have Told Me I Had To Pay Rent, $30 A Week As Well As Do Household Chores And Yard Work, Even Though I Have No Income. I Pay For Everything I Own Including But Not Limited To: Clothing, Hygiene Products, Tools, Gas [When I Used To Be Allowed To Drive Their Vehicles], I Paid For My Own Drivers Education Along With All Forms Of Id, License, Work Permits, Everything. It All Came Out Of My Own Earned Money. I Never Got Any Kind Of Allowance From Them. I Am Not Allowed To Leave The House Unless I'M With Someone My Parents Approve Of (Which, Seeing As They Are Religious[Not Christian, Calvanist] Was A Limited Number Of People.) And I Usually Had To Take A Sibling Along Even When I Went Then. But That Also Meant I'D Be Paying For Gas And Anything Else I'D Need When I Went. They Took My Job When I Met A Guy Because It Was A Restaurant Job And He Visited Often. They Tried To Restrict Any Contact I Had With Him Including Threatening Imprisonment Or At Least A Court Date Because He Had Just Turned 18 Making Him A Legal Adult. They Tried To Threaten To Get Him For Sex With A Minor, Even Though I'M A Virgin Lol And They Have Absolutely No Evidence Anything Happened At All, Because It Didn'T.
(Okay Though Really. When Him And I Hung Out We Would Work On Trucks Or Fix Things. He Was Teaching Me To Be An Auto Mechanic And It Has Always Been Completely Harmless, My Parents Have No Real Reason To Hate Him Besides The Fact He Isn'T A Calvanist...)
I Tried To Leave The House Before And They Called The Police On Me. This Is Three Police Calls Later. My Father Used To Hit And Throw Me And My Siblings Around But When I Got Older I Threatened To Call The Police If He Laid One Little Finger On Me. (And He Sure As Hell Believes That I Will, Cause He Should.)
After I Left Again I Came Home To Find He Had Taken All Of My Clothes, Bedsheets, And Shoes So I Was Left With The Outfit I Had Been Wearing When I Left, And He Told Me He Wouldn'T Give Them Back Unless I Paid Past And Current Rent And Kept Up With Chores. He Took Away My Phone Once, Giving It To A Neighbor Who He Had Throw It Away. Even Though That Was My Money Bought And Paid For, With My Name On The Phone. They Told Me I Wasn'T Allowed To Eat Anything At All Until I Gave Them My Second Phone (From Walmart) And When I Tried To Leave The House To Buy Myself Breakfast Or Dinner They Would Try To Stop Me And Threaten To Call The Police On A &Quot;Runaway&Quot;. I'Ve Tried To Bargain With Them Saying I'D Pay Them Rent If I Could Have My Job And Phone Back And Let Me Go Where I Please, But They Say &Quot;You Are In No Position To Make Such A Deal&Quot; And That I'M Going To Have To Just Submit And Do Whatever They Say. They Tell Me It'S In My Best Interest And That I'Ll Thank Them Later, Though I'M Telling Them They Ain'T Ever Gonna See Their Grandchildren If They Keep It Up. I'M Tired Of All This Nonsense And Child Abuse. I Have Little Siblings As Well And I Don'T Want Them To Have The Same Problems I Did.
Is There Anything I Could Do Here? I'Ve Been Researching Child Laws And Minor Privileges But I'Ve Got No Luck. Can I Be Emancipated?
The Other Day My Father Told Me &Quot;Leave This House And Don'T Come Back Unless You Have $180 For Rent&Quot; And So I Did Leave, I Spent The Last Few Nights With A Good Friend. She And Everyone Else Say My Situation Is Crazy But Idk What To Do..
The Thing Is. When He Told Me To Leave It Was A Saturday Afternoon After Everyone Knows The Bank Is Closed (That'S Obviously Where The $180 Would Be Coming From) And It Wouldn'T Be Open Until Monday... As Far As My Parents Are Concerned, I Don'T Have A Debit Card Because They Took That With My First Phone. My Only Possible Savings Withdrawal Would Be Two Days After He Told Me To Leave.. So Should I Just Consider This An Invitation To Just Leave For Good? I Know I'D Have Good Housing And Living Arrangements (Much Better Than If I Were To Stay At Home Anyway) And I'D Be Safe Out Of My House. What Should I Do?
well, the good thing is, you know the value of a dollar, and you know how to be responsible, but the truth is, it sucks living alone and it is expensive
if you move in with others without clear cut rules agreed upon and contract signed in ink and copies for everyone, you will have disorder without it
I remember having to not leave any food in the fridge cuz if anyone was hungry they'd just take it and not even offer reimbursement...I kept stuff in my room instead, then I kept the pots in my room cuz they'd dirty my pots and expect me to clean up. I stopped making any food and said, if you cook you clean, I don't cook I'm not washing dishes, just that simple.
then you have annoying friends coming over and no privacy....not to mention a roommate being short on the rent, or getting drunk or stoned.....
best option is to remain flexible at home....save to move out, but stay out of their way...at 18 you should have more freedom, tho you do live under their roof and they still will want you to live by their rules, you may have to take a stand on your birthday to let them know what you want.
and if you want to take a stand and move out, then I wouldn't stop you, but I'd tell you to carefully consider the options and don't burn your bridges to go back home if need be! get it?!
and forgive them for being fanatics, it's all they know....I'm a believer but I won't step foot in a church full of preaching.....now teaching is good, but preaching is just mush....I can't stand it....
you want to learn some freedom? learn common law...nope not a joke
real law begins with damages or injury, no damage or injury, then no crime which is unlike statutes
statutory laws are unconstitutional, but people keep consenting to them out of ignorance and not knowing how to challenge jurisdiction and how not to consent...it takes just a bit of practice to get it, and have the willingness to take a stand and any abuse that may come along with it, because they will not simply roll over for you, but if you stick to it, you will win in the end and get smarter about how you handle future issues that come up.
anonin scalia said the common law was the 4th branch of government for the "people" and only the "people"....and I understand california has the 1st common law court, new york should be next.
as for emancipation, by the time you filed everything and got to see a judge, you'd be 18....you'd be far better off learning common law and how to distance yourself from the racket of statutory laws.
just don't get reckless, stay in honor, and stay in the law and learn how to contract as well...just the basics
if you wish to learn more read watch sources
best wishes with your freedom
Questions About Lawyers...?
Alright So I'M A Senior This Year (Class Of 2012) And I'M Really Thinking About Taking Up Pre-Law In College Because I Eventually Want To Get Into Law School And Become Either A Family Lawyer Or Divorce Lawyer.
I'M Not Even Sure About That Because I Want To Pick The 'Easiest' Lawyer Category But I Always Thought Family And Divorce Lawyers Were The Most Typical Too So I'M Not Sure.
1.) How Could You Rank The Lawyer Categories From Easiest To Hardest ?
2.) What Is The Most Important Characteristic (Of A Person) To Have To Be A Lawyer?
3.) What Are Some Qualities/Skills You Should Have To Be A Good Lawyer? (E.G. Reading Comprehension, Analytical Thinking...Ect)
In the USA, to become a Lawyer, IF you go to school full-time:
1) Bachelor's degree - four years from a traditional college/university.
2) Study for LSAT. Take LSAT.
3) Law school - three MORE years.
4) Study for Bar Exam. Take Bar Exam in the state where you want to practice.
5) Pass the Character and Fitness Evaluation. Then you can practice Law.
6) You still have to take additional classes/seminars/legal training etc. each year to obtain CEUs to keep your license to practice Law. (You aren't done with school!!)
7) In many states there are even laws requiring a certain percentage of your legal work to be "pro bono" (free of charge) for some charitable purpose.
There are NO jobs in the vocational field of Law.
Just do a search here on Yahoo Answers to see what is currently being said - the news isn't good.