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How Much Does A Dui Defense Lawyer Cost?
In Massachusetts, How Much Does A Dui Lawyer Cost For A First Offense Dui Case? How Do You Appeal A Due Refusal Of A Breath Test Within The First 15 Days. How Can You Get Your License Back At This Hearing? Is It Even Worth Goin To The That First Hearing?
I would expect to pay a retainer of about $5000.
Question About Work Laws And Ethics?
I Have A Supervisor At Work Who Has Seen That I Own A 2 Way Radio That Can Be Purchased From Any Walmart Or Supply Store. It Is One With The 25 Mile Range Cobra Band.
Once She Seen This She Began To Tell Me It Is Against Company Policy For Me To Own That Kind Of Radio Or Any Radio That Has The Ability To Operate On The Same Company Frequency. The Frequency Is So Common It'S Funny.Mcdonald'S Uses It. Channel 2 With No Subcode Or Digital Protection On It.
She Proceeded To Tell Me Possession Of This Radio Even Off Company Property In My Home Is Grounds For Termination.
I Know This Isn'T True But Wat Are The Options That She And I Both Have?
Can She Fire Me For Having A Radio That Can Be Purchased By A 5Yo At Walmart. If She Does Terminate Me Or Punish Me What Options Do I Have?
In America we are so free that we get to be unemployed if we dont' want to comply with the most inappropriate crap. The law in 49 states is that we don't have any right to expect to be kept on our jobs or to be discharged for only good reasons.
First thing I'd ask her to show you the policy. Of course there isn't one. And that is likely the point, she's got something against you and you will probably end up getting fired if you work for her. So I'd get the resume up to date and start looking; you are more likely to be hired if you still have a job than if you don't.
Second point, you can be fired for any reason or no reason, as long as it is not a legally discriminatory reason. Refusing to divest yourself of a radio at work would qualify. As to firing you for having at home...sad to say, probably. You can be fired for smoking. Anywhere, anytime. You can be fired because the boss doesn't like your politics or your car. You can be fired because you eat green salads if the boss doesn't like that.
The question would really be, what would your corporate HR dept say? They probably would not agree with this kind of thing. Do you have recourse to them? Start there if you do.
Now IF you got fired you 'd have a pretty good case that it was not termination for good cause, esp if it was because the radio was left at home not on the premises. So you would be entitled to unemployment in most cases. But refusing to comply with a work related order or company policy would be termination for cause.
Legal Help !!!?
My Parents Home That They Rent In Now In Forecloser. Do They Have A Right To Know How Long They Have To They Have To Move? The Sent Their Rent Check In For June In June And It Has Still Not Went Through Their Bank. I Told Them To Put A Stop Payment On The Check And Not Pay Any More Rent Till They Can Find Out What Is Going On With There Check That Is Out There. How Do They Find Out Where The Check Is? Their Landlord Is Not Telling Them Nothing . The Case For The Forcloser Was Just Filed This Month. What Rights Do They Have.Please Help. All They Are Finding Out Is That It Is In Court.
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What Is The Difference Between An Attorney And Lawyer?
Is There Even A Difference
In the US, not really. There used to be, but because their actual definitions cover the same ground, they are interchangeable.
I'm linking a pretty good article with the different technically definitions.
"Generally speaking, an attorney, or attorney-at-law, is a person who is a member of the legal profession. An attorney is qualified and licensed to represent a client in court. By most definitions, an attorney may act on the client’s behalf and plead or defend a case in legal proceedings. The English word attorney has French origins, where it meant “a person acting for another as an agent or deputy.”
A lawyer, by definition, is someone who is trained in the field of law and provides advice and aid on legal matters. Because a lawyer also conducts suits in court proceedings and represents clients in various legal instances, the term has expanded to overlap the definition of attorney. In the U.S., attorney and lawyer are normally considered synonyms. The term lawyer has Middle English roots."
What Is Constitutional Law? In Simple Terms!?
Hey, Me And Me Friend Are Doing A Presentation On Law, And We Need To Know What Constitutional Law Actually Consists Of. Obviously We Have Browsed The Net In Order To Find A Definition Ourselves But To No Prevail. The Definitions Are Very Specific And Technical And Quite Hard To Comprehend.
So If Anybody With A Good Understanding Of This Field Can Shed Some Light On It For Us In Simple, Easy To Understand Terms That Would Be Great. Thanks! X
Simply put, adhering to the constitution.
Read THE LAW from Fredrick Bastiat
“Nothing, therefore, can be more evident than this:
The law is the organization of the natural right of lawful defense; it is the substitution of collective for individual forces, for the purpose of acting in the sphere in which
they have a right to act, of doing what they have a right to do, to secure persons, liberties, and properties, and to maintain each in its right, so as to cause justice to reign over all.
Thus, as the force of an individual cannot lawfully touch the person, the liberty, or the property of another individual—for the same reason, the common force cannot lawfully be used to destroy the person, the liberty, or the property of individuals or of classes.
But how is it to be distinguished?
Very easily. See whether the law takes from some persons that which belongs to them, to give to others what does not belong to them. See whether the law performs, for the profit of one citizen, and, to the injury of others, an act that this citizen cannot perform without committing a crime. Abolish this law without delay; it is not merely an iniquity—it is a fertile source of iniquities, for it invites reprisals; and if you do not take care, the exceptional case will extend, multiply, and become systematic.”
Excerpts from "The Law" Fredrick Bastiat 1850
Law Suit Personal Injury?
Hi, I Want To Know How Long Will My Case Take For My Personal Injury. I Had A Brain Injury And Severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
I Have A Deposition In (June.)
Discovery Closed In (August.)
The Defendants Have To File A Motion In (August.)
If The Judge Don'T Throw The Case Out. I Have Mediation In (October!)
I Have A Good Lawyer, I Have Good Evidence To Show I Wasn'T At Fault. I Also Have A Mri That Show I Suffered A Brain Injury. I Don'T Have Any Past Medical History Of Being Hurt..
Do A Deposition Decide If The Other Party Once To Settle Or Go To Trail??
The deposition is where you are asked questions, under oath, by the other party's lawyers. Your lawyer will do the same for the other guy. Also, if there are other witnesses they will be similarly deposed.
Once that is all in, if the other side reviews the testimony and evidence and decides there is a good chance they may lose at trial, then they will make an offer of settlement. If they think your case is weak and they could convince a jury that their guy was not at fault, or that you were also at fault to some extent, then they will not make an offer to settle and will instead go to trial.