Finding An Experienced Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will recognize that there are many lawyers in your town that advertise that they can are experts in your type of case. This may make the procedure of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it is possible to narrow down your quest off to the right one in very little time. The first task is to create a set of the lawyers that are listed in your area focusing on your needs. When you are which makes this list you must only include those you have a good vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down through taking a while evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and several general information regarding their success rates. At this moment your list must have shrunken further to people that you simply felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate quantity of experience. You must then make time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews rather than depending on their overall rating. The details within the reviews will provide you with an idea of the way that they connect to the clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, you will want to talk to at least the very last three lawyers which may have the credentials you are interested in. This gives you some time to really evaluate how interested they may be in representing you and the case. It is actually important to follow most of these steps to actually hire a company which has the proper amount of experience to obtain the best possible outcome.
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Legal For A Citizen To Perform A Sting Operation?
Is It Legal For A Citizen To Perform Undercover Sting Operations? (Drugs, Prostitution, Etc)
For Example, Can A Citizen Cruise Around With A Hidden Video Camera In Their Car, And Act As If They Are Going To Buy/Sell Drugs To/From An Individual, And As Soon As The Trade Is Made, Arrest The Individual, And Taking Them To The Police Department With Video Footage?
Some good advice above me, but I do want to add something here no one has mentioned yet.
Acting on your own authority ( not as a cop ), you videotape a drug buy, you have the perp in your custody, the videotape in one hand and the drugs you purchased for the sting in the other. You walk into the Police station and surrender all to the desk Sgt and now YOU are arrested for possession of drugs.
Although your intentions are both honorable and good, you are a private citizen acting with no legal or official authority and you walk into a Police station with an illegal substance. The Police have no choice but to arrest you.
PS....Most drug dealers are heavily armed and/or have armed lookouts. Having NO honor among thieves, they are very high on the list to get ripped off by either rival dealers or junkies. Even if you are Rambo, you could possibly be precipitating a fire fight.
Best of luck and I hope this is useful to you
Affordable Lawyer In Dallas For Family Violence/Assault Charge.?
Need To Obtain A Lawyer For Family Violence/Assault Charge Against Me. Affidavit Of Non-Prosecution Is Filed From Victim. There Was No Assault. I Need To Have A Lawyer By Monday 10/16/06.
Contact the local Legal Aid Society of Texas - a nonprofit organization. They might be able to set you up with a probono lawyer or refer you to reputable, affordable associates
Legal Aid Society of Texas
Dallas TX 75201
Workers Comp Lawyer Fee'S?
Can Someone Explain If These Fee'S Sound Fair, I Am Looking Into Getting A Workers Comp Lawyer To Represent Me. Also If You Can Explain These Numbers A Little More In Normal Person Talk That Would Be Good Also, I Never Been On Workers Comp Before So All This Is New To Me. This Is Basically What The Fee Retainer Statement Says, I'Ll Write It All Out.
Attorneys Fee'S Normally Range From 12% To 15% Of The Benefits Awarded. If Penalties, Interest Or Sanctions Against The Insurance Carrier Or The Employer Are Pursued, Or If Any Award Other Then The Temporary Disability, Permanent Disability Or Medical Treatment Or The Value Thereof Are Pursued, Then, On Those Other Matters, The Attorney Fee Is 33% Of The Amount Obtained By The Way Of Settlement Or Award. The Actual Amount Of Your Attorneys Fee Will Depend On The Time Expended As Well As The Complexity Of Your Case. The Fee Must Be Approved By The Workers Compensation Appeals Board. The Attorney Reserves The Right To Send You For A Comprehensive Medical Examination. This Cost May Be Assesed To You By The Court. If Your Attorney Represents You Before The Rehabilitation Unit, There Will Be A Fee In Conjuction With The Representation. That Alot I Know If There Is Someway You Know Something About This An Can Clear Any Of It Up To Me Please Feel Free To Leave An Answer, Thanks...
This does sound fair and actually pretty standard at least in California.
I went through this whole thing one time. I teach medical billing and coding and even for me it was a bit bewildering; it is different when you are the patient.
When you are injured you report it to your employer and then you seek medical treatment. Usually the employer has control of who treats you for the first 30 days unless you have predesignated your doctor. Workers compensation has 60 days to accept or reject your claim, but it doesn't happen too often.
As an injured worker you are entitled to medical care including medications but they usually don't cover over the counter stuff or nutritional supplements. You are also entitled to be reimbursed for your milage when you go get your medical treatment. They should also pay you temporary disability if you can't work for a while. When your case settles and you get a settlement your attorney takes out his/her percentage and you get the rest. Usually you would only have to pay out of pocket if an appointment is scheduled for you by workers compensation by the insurance company or your attorney and you no-show for it. If you can't return to your former job your employer can either give you a different job that you can perform or you can get paid for something else.
Write back if you need more info for your specific circumstances.
Dui Lawyers Which Looks To Be The Best?
Which Of These Seem Like The Best Choice For A Dui Lawyer To Represent Me In Court?
You won't know anything until you actually talk to them. Also, different lawyers charge rates. Here in AZ it can range from $1,500 to $ 10,000. I've known people who pay the high end and get 'the max' and I know someone who got a PD and it got dropped way way down. It all depends on the circumstances of the violation and arrest.
Again, a website isn't going to tell you much, call for a consultation.
I Called Legal Aid To Start The Divorce Process. My Husband And I Don'T Live Together.How Did He Know I Called
When you file a lawsuit then the other party (in this case your husband) will receive an "Original Notice" and "Petition at Law". This is part of due process, and once he is served he will have to find an attorney.
Will My Juvenile Record Stop Me From Becoming A Lawyer?
When I Was Around 13-14 I Participated With Other Juveniles Where We Robbed A Milk Truck And Vandalized A Truck/Mailbox. I Was Not Arrested And I Did Not Go To Court. It Was Strange But I Simply Went To A Local Alternative School. From What I Remember Upon Graduation, Graduation Being Completion Of My Time There Not Graduation From School. Then When I Was 16 I Was Arrested For Assault With A Deadly Weapon When My Step Father, With A Hefty History Of Domestic Violence With My Mom/Sisters/His Daughter, Called The Cops When I Pulled A Knife On Him. I Went To A Mental Hospital For Observation With Other Juveniles For One Month. I Was On Probation Until I Turned 18. Aside From Speeding Tickets I Have Had No Trouble With The Law Since Becoming A Legal Adult. Thanks
That's tough, and my guess is that it will depend on the jurisdiction where you want to be licensed - some are much stricter than others. If you are serious about law school, you'll need to contact the state bar association and see if you can get some advice.
I'd like to say bar associations are willing to give you some leeway for juvenile indiscretions, but some of this stuff is pretty serious, plus considering the mental health concerns there are going to be big red flags.
Contact the bar association and see what they have to say. If they are not encouraging, ask if waiting a little while longer (assuming you stay out of trouble) would help your cause. You don't say how old you are, but the character & fitness committee may look differently on someone who is 25 with your history as opposed to someone who is 35 and has been on the right side of the law for a lot longer.