4 Methods To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To When you need a legal professional at all, you need to work closely using them as a way to win your case. Irrespective of how competent they can be, they're going to need your help. Listed below are four important methods to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're going to reveal in their mind. Privilege means what you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team should know all things in advance - most importantly information one other side could learn about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of all information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they must assist them to win. 3. Turn Up Early For Many Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, by being by the due date, each time. The truth is, because you might need to discuss last minute details or perhaps be extra ready for the truth you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate You Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any type of crime, it's important to be able to prove to the court that you just both regret the actions and they are making strides toward boosting your life. For example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely together with your legal team increases your odds of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you must win your case.
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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.
Can Anybody In The South Orange County, Ca Area Recommend A Workers' Comp Lawyer? My Fiance'S Had No Callbacks
My Fiance Has Searched The Net Up And Down, But Has No Referalls From Friends And No Lawyers Have Called Her Back. She'S Done Most Of The Work For The Lawyer Already, The Lawyer Would Be Thrilled To See How Much Documentation She Can Provide, And She'S Not A Shady Individual Milking The Government To Stay Home For Free. She'S The Hardest Working, Most Dedicated, Moral Individual I Know Who Needs Help. Any Info You Can Give For Immediate Contact Is Appreciated!
why does she need a lawyer?
was she hurt at work? did she report it? did she see the approved doctors? does the company carry workers comp insurance? she can deal with this herself and not waste money on a lawyer. this website will provide you with needed info:
Richard- i don't advise anyone to go to a fight at all.
i was hurt at work and handled my case myself, that is in Tennessee and the state here has very strict guidelines as to what has to be paid and how it is determined. the whole idea is to keep cost down by eliminating the need for litigation when the injury is not in question. looking at California's guidelines they are much the same. there is no reason to retain a lawyer until the insurance company fails to make a legitimate offer. the guidelines are there the doctors use the blue-book to determine the percent of disability and the amount allowed is specified. as long as an employee was hurt at work and reported it and followed doctors orders there is no need for a lawyer at that point. so why pay a lawyer out of your settlement if you do not need to? let the state do their part first and then seek a lawyer if absolutely necessary. after workers comp you start the fight with disability (social security) and the fun really begins.
Will Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Be The Next &Quot;Fall Guy&Quot; In The Bush Administration?
Why Does Everyone In The White House Have Such &Quot;Hazy Memories&Quot; As Presidential Press Secretary Tony Snow Put It.
Snow'S Comments Came Hours After The Justice Department Released E-Mails Thursday Night Pulling The White House Deeper Into An Intensifying Investigation Into Whether Eight Firings Were A Purge Of Prosecutors Deemed Unenthusiastic About Presidential Goals. Will Gonzales Be The Fall Guy?
It doesn't really count as being the "fall guy" if you are the one who committed the offense for which you are charged.
Gonzales arguably is not fit for his position as AG, either because (1) he didn't know 8 US Attys were being fired, as he seems to be claiming, or (2) he fired them based on improper and unethical conduct, which is a violation of his oath as AG and a breach of professional ethics as an attorney. That's based solely on the current facts to date.
As for Snow, there's a reason he has the knickname "Snow-job". His main function seems to be obscuring the facts and making it hard for people to see what's going on.
What Criminal Case Leaded To Law Reform In Australia?
Criminal Case Only - Sexual Assault, Murder Etc
Gun laws are one example. Laws remained static until 2002, when a pistol-owning international student killed two fellow students at Monash University in Victoria. This prompted a re-examination of existing handgun laws, although some remained angry that a non-citizen had obtained a license and so many firearms in the short period alleged.
Confusion Concerning A Legal Will?
In My Mother'S Will, She Left Her House To Her 19 Year Old Granddaughter. However, We Are Not Even Sure If The Will Is Actually Legal. So, My First Question Is What Would Characteristics Would Make A Will Void? Secondly, I Am Very Confused With The Details Concerning A Legal Will. In Tennessee, If A 19 Year Old Is To Inherit A House, What Will The Process And Requirements Be? For Example, Will It Require Someone To Co-Sign And Make Decisions Until She Reaches The Age Of 21? Thanks For Any Help Available, It Is Obvious I Am Clueless To What I Am Doing.
In the state of TN, you are an adult at 18. You have no control over your daughter or her inheritance. However, you can help her by sitting her down and talking with her about whether she should sell the house vs. how much it will cost (taxes, insurance, maintenance, utilities) to keep it.
As for whether the will is legal, if it was signed by two witnesses, was not prepared under duress, and your mother was of sound mind at the time, it is legal.