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Should Flav, Nelly And Pat Face Criminal Charges?
According To British Newspaper The Daily Telegraph, Singapore Could Request Extradition From A Commonwealth Country Should It Consider The Plot To Have Been An 'Extradition Crime', A Category That Includes 'Acts Done With The Intention Of Endangering Vehicles, Vessels Or Aircraft' Or 'Malicious Or Wilful Damage To Property'. Though Piquet Emerged Thankfully Unscathed From His Hefty Impact With The Marina Bay Street Circuit Concrete Wall, The Potential For Injury Or Even Worse – To Driver Or Spectators – Has Not Gone Un-Noted.
There Are Also Possible Litigious Cases From Renault – For Dragging The Company'S Global Name And Image So Publicly Through The Mud – And Ferrari. Felipe Massa Had Been Leading The Race When His Compatriot Piquet Crashed, But Following The Safety Car Intervention And A Botched Pit-Stop, The São Paulista Went On To Take The Chequered Flag Outside The Points In 13Th, Before Ultimately Missing Out On The Drivers' World Championship Crown To Mclaren Rival Lewis Hamilton By Just A Single Marker In The Final Reckoning.
“There Is A Clear Causal Link Between The Alleged Cheating And The Financial Loss To Massa And His Team,” Reasoned Specialist Sports Lawyer Stephen Hornsby. “As For Renault Suing Briatore, That Is Possible Too – But Renault Are Unlikely To Want To Keep The Matter Going For Little Reward.”
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They can probably be extradited from most countries that have an extradition treaty with Singapore. Nick Leeson was extradited from Germany, and they don't necessarily need a treaty to extradite someone from some countries, just a good legal argument or a good diplomatic relationship.
I think they're more likely to face criminal charges in relation to the race-fixing allegations, although with the amount of carbon-fiber debris left on the track from Junior's crash, they might even be charged with littering. :)
All the above arguments don't change 1 important fact. Renault not contesting the charges is slightly different to an admission of guilt. They can still argue before a criminal court that they decided not to contest the FIA's civil charges because it was cheaper to settle and will ultimately do less harm to their brand's reputation. Corporations do this all the time.
Edit: I think this whole affair exposes the stupidity of Flavio. Why would a person who is involved in some kind conspiracy like this not look after 1 of his co-conspirators? Firing Junior before the end of the season without giving him an opportunity to drive somewhere else was just asking for trouble.
How Do I Find A Good Lawyer In The Philippines?
I Need An Honest Lawyer In The Philippines...One That Deals With Family Law And Not One That Is A Public Attorney. English Speaking Is A Must.
FINDING A GOOD lawyer in the Philippines is not really a big problem if you have plenty of money to spare. Honest lawyer? There is no such thing as honest individual per se. If given a chance everybody is susceptible to be corrupt. All the honest lawyers I know of are now 6ft below the ground meaning they are dead. Especially lawyers to be honest. If the lawyer thinks you absolutely do not know anything about a given law they will take the opportunity to rob you of your precious money. So for me it is much better to have a lawyer that is considered close friend of the family or a lawyer that is a relative.
ENGLISH wouldn't be a problem in the Philippines. Every person in the Philippines especially lawyers speak fluent English. There are lots of Civil lawyers that deals with family law in the Philippines. BUT THE PROBLEM IS YOU at the moment not the finding of a lawyer in the Philippines that is what I see in your question. Because you are not in the Philippines.
IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND one specific lawyer based on where you are at the moment. I guess you often hear the words "TO DO THINGS RIGHT, I HAVE TO DO IT MYSELF". I think you are familiar with this words of wisdom is it not? So how in the world can you do things right when you are absolutely not there?
YOU SHOULD come to the Philippines first of all and take everything from there not from a distance or from a million miles away. It is like taking a sniper shot to the Philippines and call someone in the Philippines and ask DID I HIT THE TARGET? And the other person on the line said "NO BUT YOU HIT OUR ROOF".
What Is The Difference Between An Attorney And A Lawyer?
What Is The Difference?
An attorney is one who is legally appointed by another to transact business or legal issues for him, and a lawyer is one whose profession is to conduct lawsuits for clients or advise to legal rights and obligation. Those are the dictionary definitions, the two are slightly different but very close, good question!
Average Salary Of A Medical Malpractice Attorney?
Plaintiffs attorneys don't have a salary. They work on contingency. If you mean the defense attorneys, it probably varies widely. Partners bill by the hour, and associates probably average around $150k per year would be my guess.
Michigan Divorce/Child Custody Q?
My Parents Recently Divorced And Am Currently Switching Back And Forth Between Houses. My Question Is, Can I Choose Which Parent To Live With Even If Their Lawyers Set Up This Living Arrangement? If So Do I Have To Wait Untill I Am 18 To Decided Who To Live With Or Can I Decide Now?
If you are over the age of 13 then YOU have a major input into where you want to live. Which ever parent you choose you need to go to them and tell them to file for primary custody of you, because you want to live there. As long as both parents are stable then your input should be counted greatly! It is the Judge who decides the custody of the kids, not the lawyers.
Once you are 18 you can live anywhere you want. Just keep in mind that if you switch custody to one parent the other one might have to pay child support. If it is at all possible maybe you can talk to the parent you are choosing not to live with and tell them listen, I have thought about this really hard and I want to live with Parent X, it isn't anything that you have done, I would just feel better living there, do you think you can talk with them and come to an agreement about it without having to go back to court, or is that our only option?
In Need Of Legal Advice. Payroll Deposit After Termination?
After Being Wrongly Terminated My Former Employer Made A Payroll Direct Deposit Into My Account. They Are Requesting That I Repay The $200. If I Do Not Repay It, What Action Can They Take. Can They Report This To The Credit Bureau If I Do Not Repay It?
hr4me has the wrong answer!
If they overpaid you then they can reverse the process -- its the same as making a "stop payment" for a regular banking customer -- but the fee for a company is about $100.00 -- then simply, your bank will deduct your account and credit back the overpayment to your company, no charge to you.
Legally, if you can claim the deposit into your account was for 'earned wages' then your company can't reverse the process -- all you have to do is make the claim, it doesn't matter if your right or wrong, the mistake was made by the company.
They can't report it to the credit bureau because you were an employee NOT a borrower -- if they do, the new banking and consumer protection laws provide legal remedies to you at no charge.
If you keep the money, it will cost them 3 times that amount to recover it from you, again at no charge to you.