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Do Lawsuits Come Down To Who Has The Better Lawyer?
In Tv Shows They Always Talk About How Good A Lawyer Is. Does Whether Or Not Someone Has The Better Impact Make That Much Of A Case? Shouldn'T It Come Down To What'S Legal And What'S Not?
So you mean civil law rather than criminal law.
If it's clear which side is right, the quality of the lawyer isn't going to make any difference as long as they present all the evidence. But if it were that obvious, it wouldn't end up in a trial. If you know you're going to lose, it makes far more sense to cut your losses and give in so you don't spend even more money on your lawyer.
So a case that goes to trial is going to have good arguments on both sides, and in civil law, the judge has to decide on the balance of probabilities, unlike a criminal case where the court must only convict if they are sure beyond reasonable doubt. So the question is who is more likely to be right, and the way each side presents their case could tip the balance.
Yes, it's a matter of what's legal and any lawyer should know that, but then it is a matter of applying this to the facts of the case and how the lawyers present those facts matters. No doubt each side has a different version of what the facts are. The judge needs to decide who is more likely to be telling the truth. What sounds reasonable and credible? As Judge Judy so often says on her show, "that doesn't make sense, and if it doesn't make sense it isn't true". If the side that is in the wrong nevertheless manages to present their case in such a way that it DOES make sense, that could be the clinching factor.
Lawson Guitar Review Anyone?
I Found This Perfect Guitar
Butt Is Lawson A Good Brand, Anyone Help Me Here This Is The Guitar
Lawson is an unknown brand and I think you're throwing your money away. There's no way to sell a quality 12 string electric acoustic at that price.
Takamine makes a lefty 12 string, the EC40C-12AN model. It's more than the Lawson but at least it's a known and respected brand.
How Does A Defense Lawyer Defend A Guilty Person?
How Would They Sleep At Night If That Guilty Person Were To Get Off After Doing A Heinous Crime?
I Would Find It Hard To Defend Them And Have That Job, So I'M Just Wondering How They Do It And Sleep At Night And Not Be Ashamed.
I'M Watching Crime And Punishment Right Now And Watching The Defense Lawyer Try And Smear A Rape Victim Got Me Wondering.
Different defense lawyers approach it different ways. The ones I know have an incredible belief in the constitution and the right to a fair trial that is guaranteed to *everyone,* guilty or not. Even if they have individual clients they may not care for particularly, that person still has rights and it is the lawyer's job to protect those rights. There's nothing shameful in that.
Keep in mind that anything you see in the movies or on TV is 100% fiction - there are laws in place to protect rape victims (in most instances in most jurisdictions) so it's pretty unlikely a real lawyer would even attempt to "smear" a rape victim.
Ok So I My B/F (We'Ll Call Him Bob) Has A Medical Case That He Believes Is Worth Taking To A Court Room.
This Is The What Happen When He Was 17 On Of His Testicals Became Swollen So He Went To The Doctor And They Gave Him A Medication For It But It Was The Wrong Medication That Caused It Become Even More Swollen He Went Back To The Doctors And They Gave Him Another Medication That Brought The Swelling Down But Now His Testical Is 2 Times Smaller The The Other And Has Possibly Became Sterile Because Of It
Also It Happened About 4 Years Ago
We Want To Know If He Was To Take It To The Court Room If He Would Have A Fighting Chance?
You can have a consultation with an attorney if you'd like to ascertain the likelihood of success of a case like this but it doesn't seem too promising to me. Malpractice doesn't mean that a doctor made a mistake. The law recognizes that doctors, like any one else, make mistakes. Malpractice means that the patient received care that was below the ordinary standards (and ordinary standards include the possibility of an honest mistake). Malpractice usually involves gross negligence or abnormally bad treatment by the physician, not just choosing a medication that didn't work as well as it should. Now if the doctor prescribed a totally inappropriate medication (for example prescribed an anti-coagulant for someone with a bleeding ulcer and caused the person to almost bleed to death) then there are grounds for suit. But to prescribe Drug 1 instead of Drug 2 (both drugs being medications for a bleeding ulcer) and drug 1 didn't work as effectively as drug 2 later did.... no, that was not negligence, that was a calculated risk and the doctor may even be able to justify why he used drug1 instead of drug 2 because of side effects, risk etc.
Do I Need A Lawyer?
My Ex-Husband Is Behind In Child Support Payments To The Tune Of $28,000, He Has Been Summoned To Court To Show Cause Why He Should Not Be Thrown In Jail. I Have Also Been Summoned. Do I Need A Lawyer?
No...you are a witness...you are not in trouble...you can always have an attorney to advise you..but it seems like this is for your benefit...a lawyer will only cost you unnecesary money at this point..if you don't get what you want then get an attorney.
Is There Any Child Support Reform In The Works In California?
Child Support Guideline Reform
Some parents who are in arrears on their spousal or child support payments may be entitled to relief through California's "Offer in Compromise" program. Depending on individual circumstances you may be entitled to complete relief of all arrearages and interest. CAFC assisted with bills by Assembly Members Wright and Aroner that were eventually passed in 2003 and established the "Offer in Compromise" program under California's Family Code section 17560. (See Family Code sections 17500-17560. Additional information can be found in this March 2004 letter from the Department of Child Support Services.)
This program was to sunset on January 1, 2007, but CAFC advocates worked with Assembly Members, committee staff and others to see that the program was extended. An agreement was reached by committee in a budget bill, AB 1808 (2006), and signed on July 12, 2006, to extend the program until 2009.
In many cases California's current support guidelines are negatively impacting low-medium wage earners and the poor. The California Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) March 2003 study entitled, Examining Child Support Arrears in California: The Collectability Study (prepared by The Urban Institute), shows that at least 80 percent of all arrears are associated with individuals who make $15,000.00 a year or less. DCSS 2004 data (Support Orders Set By Default, Federal Fiscal Year 2004) further acknowledges that support orders have been set too high and that the rate of default orders are too high because of poor notice and service of process.
CAFC has been attending regular meetings with DCSS at the Directors' office in Sacramento. CAFC will continue to with DCSS to help solve some of these problems in a way that makes it possible for both parents to reasonably support their children.