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What Is The Criteria For Receiving Spousal Support?
Not Alimony, Spousal Support.
Spousal support is awarded to the spouse who depended on other spouse during a marriage. For example if a wife was a stay at home mother.
It's meant to help that spouse get on their feet after the divorce.
Looking For A Lawyer That Can Help With A Medical Fraud?
I Have A Friend In A Wheelchair And The Company He Ordered Parts Thru Has Neglected His Request For A Bracket That Holds His Wheel On. Seems The Company Has Done This To Many People Not Just Him.
Not fraud at all. It may be that they are waiting for insurance to approve it. It may be that they are waiting for it to be sent to them. There are a lot of things involved in a wheelchair company.
Pre-Paid Legal Services Is It Worth It???
My Brother Has Been Hounding Me About Becoming An Independent Sales Associate For A Pre-Paid Legal Service Out Of New York! Is It Worth It? I Would Think You Need An Amazing Network For A Business Like That To Thrive? How About Alittle Feed Back From Knowledgeable People Only!!! Thank You Again For Your Time!
From what I know.... or remember...
The pre paid legal service is like $25 per month, or something like it...
The general idea is: Wow! my own personal attroney at my convenience for $25 a month.
However, most intiligent people will ask:
How many times a year do I even need a lawyer?
Therefore, you need to sell the lower paid worker the idea.
Who really don't need it, but it sounds good.
Kinda like selling vaccum cleaners, it sucks!
But if you are a good sales man, you can make money.
Are There Any Criminal Law Students Or Lawyers On This Site? I Need Help Writing A Brief?
I Am Actually Helping To Write A &Quot;Direct Appeal&Quot; I Understand The &Quot;Law Of Parties&Quot; But Am Having A Difficult Time Finding Cases Where The Appellant
Is Acquitted. Plenty Of Cases Available Where The Appeal Is Lost, But Those Are Helpful As Well.. I Am Looking Specifically For 13Th Court Of Appeals/Acquittals..Help Please Even Willing To Compensate Small Amount For Your Help.
It depends on the particular issue. I understand it's a criminal matter.
But why is the party appealing?
Do they believe they were not granted a fair trial?
Was it because their attorney was incompetent?
You get my drift-------Find the facts of the case that you are working on and start there.
Start with the who, what, when, where, how.
Cases are decided based on laws & facts--
laws & facts,
laws & facts.
It's really not rocket science like they want you to believe.
When you get your facts(who, what, when where, etc.) try searching for court opinions using some key word searches and sometimes it's helpful to use the words : "court" and "opinion".
You can't just find a case where someone won and cite that in the appellate brief.
In other words, the facts of the case would have to pretty much be similar (the case you are working on and the court opinion you found).
What Does An Aggravated Assault Charge Mean?
And How Much Jail Time Could Be Given?
The answer to this question falls to what state or municipality is charging, and what the local or state laws are. Aggravated assault has a wide range of meaning, so if you could be a tad more specific, I could give you a better answer.
In a general sense, the "aggravated" is a more serious charge of assault. The aggravation could stem from the use of a weapon, to being under the influence, and a host of other mitigating and exacerbating factors in between.
vvv That's not true, Steve. In Arizona, the maximum sentence for Aggravated Assault is up to 21 years with current sentencing guidelines. New York has varying "degrees" of Assault, and sentences range from 1 to 25 years. Texas is 2 to 25 years. The wide variation in definitions and sentences is why I asked for clarification, else we'd be typing out a huge list of state-by-state definitions and penalties.
Statute Of Limitation For Felony Charge?
If Someone Was Facing Felony Charges In California For Practicing Laser Treatment With Out A Doctors License,Posted Bail Then Fled The Country Before Trial Is There A Statute Of Limitation? I Keep Hearing Conflicting Stories .Can Someone Clarify?
There is certainly a statute of limitations for most felonies in California, as there is in every other state of which I am aware. The usual time limit is 3 years, though it is longer in many cases.
However, the statute is a limitation upon the COMMENCEMENT of a criminal proceeding, not on bringing somebody to trial If an arrest warrant was issued for this person, then the proceeding has commenced and the statute of limitations has been satisfied under CA law. (Pen. Code sec. 804.)
If a proceeding had not been commenced, the time for doing so could be "tolled" for a period of time while the person was out of the state, but that "tolling" is limited to a maximum of three years. (Pen. Code sec. 803.)