4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To When you want an attorney for any excuse, you should work closely along with them in order to win your case. No matter how competent they may be, they're going to need your help. Allow me to share four important approaches to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're planning to reveal directly to them. Privilege means what you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know everything in advance - particularly information one other side could learn about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of most information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they must enable them to win. 3. Arrive Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, by being by the due date, every time. In fact, because you may have to discuss very last minute details or be extra ready for the case you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any sort of crime, it's important in order to convince the legal court that you both regret the actions and so are making strides toward improving your life. By way of example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you must win your case.
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Finders Keepers? What Is The Best Due Diligence?
Two Months Ago While Driving Home I Pulled Up To What Looked Like Pizza Boxes In A Back Alley, Instead Of Driving Over Them I Got Out And Looked At Them And Turns Out To Be Two Nice Paintings. Being Late And Snowing I Through Them In The Back Of My Pickup,. Now Its Been Two Months And Posted In Local Lost And Found Sections And Heard Nothing Back, What Is A Reasonable Amount Of Time To Wait To Either Keep Or Sell Them?
30 days would be a reasonable amount of time. Since twice that amount of time has passed then the paintings are now yours.
Path Of A Probate Lawyer?
I Aspire To Become A Probate Lawyer. I Am Still In High School But For My Key Skills Class I Need To Plan Out A Path For Myself After I Finish High School (Age 16). And I Was Wondering If Anybody Could Help Me. I Need To Know What I Should Study At College, How Long For, What About University? Also Will I Be Put Through Training On Any Courses I Should Take. Anything Could Be Helpful. 10 Points To Most Precise And Understandable Answer.
It depends on your country, state or province of your residence. If you reside in the US and/or plan to attend school there, you need to complete your undergraduate studies and go to law school (except for Vermont which allows you to clerk instead of law school). After law school you will need to pass the bar examination in the state(s) where you wish to practice. You will need to comply with all the licensing requirements for the jurisdiction(s) in which you decide to practice. It does not matter what your undergraduate degree is in as long as you do well. Law school admissions offices seek a diverse group of students so someone who majors in history, political science or similar areas do not necessarily have a lock on acceptance. I know of lawyers whose undergraduate degrees were in subjects like French, Theology, Civil Engineering, Sociology, Physics, Psychology and English. Probate law includes areas like accounting, bookkeeping, litigation, tax law, mental health issues, family law and a lot of other things a person might not normally associate with probate law. Expect to spend four years in college, three years in law school and then a period of time hopefully working with another lawyer or a law firm with a focus on probate law. There is no "average" salary. What you make depends on the state you practice in, the size of the city or town, whether you work for a large or medium size firm or are a solo practitioner and the type of cases you take on. You can earn anywhere from $50,000 per annum working in poor, rural areas with low to moderate income clients to hundreds of thousands of dollars if you're in New York, LA, Chicago and work with well-heeled, wealthy clients.
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Child Support Lawyer In N. Dallas Area?
Can Anyone Recommend A Lawyer (Relatively Inexpensive) In The North Dallas Area? I Want To Take My Ex-Husband Back To Court To Raise My Child Support And To Get The Court To Uphold The Divorce Settlement (He Owes Me $$).
It Probably Won'T Be Complicated Or Contested, But I Am On A Very, Very Fixed Budget. Maybe A Lawyer Just Out Of Law School?
Also, Does Anyone Know How Much This Might Also Cost In Texas In Retainer And Court Fees?
I'm not sure the cost of the retainer and court costs but I would certainly call around to a few lawyers in your area. I have attached a link for you to review. Pretty good site for search lawyers and very easy......Just search Dallas Child Support Lawyer. Should give you a ton of results. Look at a few websites and start calling around. Good luck
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I Got A Speeding Ticket In 1990. I Cant Get My Cdl Licence In Nj Because Of It. I Asked The Court In Carolina Could I Just Send A Payment They Said No. What Do I Do Next?
The best way to find a lawyer is to look on LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell, http://www.martindale.com/
Media Litigation Attorneys?
If You Are One Or Work For A Company That Practices It, I Have A Few Questions. I'M A Sophmore In America And Am Considering This For A Career. I Would Expecially Like To Work With Defamation, Breach Of Confidence And Privacy, And Contempt And Freedom Of Information. Can You Explain A Normal Day Of This Occupation? Is It More Of A &Quot;Behind-The-Desk&Quot; Lawyer And Not In Court? I Would Like To Be More Of A Researcher, But Do They Hire Media Litigation Paralegals, If That Even Exists? I Really Want To Stay In Media Law, Not Any Other Kind. What Would You Recommend For High School Courses To Take And What Kind Of Degree To Get? How Many Years Of College Would This Be?
I don't do this, but you do not need to take any specific high school courses for this.
You also don't need to take specific courses in college, but make sure you get a degree that you can use if you end up not going to law school. It takes 4 years to get through college (normally).
Then, you have 3 years of law school. Take electives in entertainment law.
Then, you have to pass your state's bar examination.
Most attorneys - regardless of specialization - spend the first few years doing "grunt" work - law & motion, etc. If you don't want to go to court, you don't have to.
I'm sure they hire paralegals with experience in litigation in entertainment law.
I Need To Ask Lawyer A Question?
Also Do I Need A Lawyer .....What Happens After A Arrest For Shoplifting ....47$ ..2 Earrings ..Iregret It .Iwant To Close The Door On This ..Its Not Tolerated ....Ts A Crime..Ifeel Totally Unacceptable...My ?????Is What Will Happen Before The Judge Besides The Obvious What Will He Ask Me ,Can I Ask To Get This Expunged So That My Work Applications Do Not Need To Be Involved B/C That Will Pick Up Unfortunate Issues.. I Regret It ..And Want To Close The Door On This ...I Have To Appear Before A Judge Help Is Needed...
Okay, things still can work out for you, I'm guessing from your tone this is your first offense, so it is possible avoid having it placed on your permanent record even in zero tolerance States.
It's a misdemeanor, $47.00, despite it being the law, the police will be reluctant to take it on. Having to appear before a judge tells me that, so you can likely get it settled out of court.
Its going to cost you, but overall compared to what will happen after you go to work, it's the best bargain you will ever get in your lifetime
It wouldn't hurt if you showed some remorse, I have to be honest, you didn't show any in your question. All you were worried about was what will happen to you and you even say you "feel it's unacceptable."
A change in your attitude towards the theft is what your really need -- it is also what the law will be looking for.
Specifically, remorse and lot's of it is what they will be looking for. The store may even drop the charges if you show remorse and offer to restitution.
If that doesn't work Legal Aid may be an option but not your best bet.
All in all the best thing to do now may be to hire a criminal lawyer before you call the store to show remorese and offer restitution in case there is a legal landmind in that approach.
You can ask different lawyers how much they charge, choose one and pay whatever he asks, show him a lot of remorse and have him call to have the case settled either with the store or with the State before you see the judge and before it goes on your permanent record.
If this is your first offence it's practically a slam dunk, the State doesn't want to ruin a remorsefull person's life.
If you balk at the cost, it will cost you a whole lot more later in lost potential earnings and with a recession on the horizon things are going to be tough enough.
Should you be found guilty by the judge, you can get your record expunged, but there is usually a waiting time of five years to see that if it was a one time thing for you.
So the answer to your question is you need to a) show a lot of remorse, b) hire a criminal lawyer and see if he can settle out of court in return for not having this placed on your permanent record.
If I were you I'd get another thing, a moral compass that will help you not do this type of thing again, change your friends if they are a bad infuence, go to church or if your not a believer do some volunteer work.
Even if you avoid having this put on your public record a record will be kept and they don't like it if you betray their trust and you will get the full penalty for the second offense and the seal of your first offense will be taken off and the first crime will be placed on your permanent record.
That will mean two strikes in a three strikes and your out world. I have seen it happen, three small offenses = mega jail time.
Character is destiny, Aristotle.