4 Ways To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To When you want a legal professional at all, you must work closely together in order to win your case. Regardless how competent they can be, they're gonna need your help. Listed below are four important ways to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're planning to reveal for them. Privilege means anything you say is held in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know all things in advance - most importantly information the other side could check out and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of most information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they should enable them to win. 3. Show Up Early For All Those Engagements Not be late when you're appearing before a court and avoid wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are promptly, whenever. In fact, because you may have to discuss eleventh hour details or be extra ready for the truth you're facing, it's a smart idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate You Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for just about any crime, it's important so that you can prove to the legal court that you simply both regret the actions and they are making strides toward boosting your life. By way of 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 this advice, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.
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Is It Better To Hire A Domestic Violence Lawyer Or Can You Trust The Public Defenders Lawyer?
My Husband Has Been Arrested Last Night For Domestic Violence Because Of Me, But I Want Him Out Of Jail. I Dont Want Anything Bad To Happen To Him There. He Goes To School And Work And He Have His Family And Friends. For Sure He Will So Depress There And Might Hate Me And Doesnt Want To Go Back To Me Anymore After I Reported Him. But I Didnt Mean Him To Be In Jail. All I Want Is A Report. I Didnt They Will Just Arrest Him Even I Dont Want To Press Charges.
I Know Theres Nothing I Can Do Anymore But To Wait And See For His Case. Hopefully The Lawyer He Will Get Will Be Better Than The Das Lawyer. But Someone Told Me That The Public Defender And District Attorneys Are Somewhat Related And The Public Defender Doesnt Really Care About Winning Their Client(Because They Dont Get Paid By Their Clients). Also By Losing The Case Then The The Person Who Is Arrested Have To Pay And They Get Money Out Of It. Is This True?
Should I Just Hire A Lawyer For My Husband To Make Sure That The Case Is Being Taken Care Of.
Im So Worried. I Tried To Reach The Public Defenders Lawyer But They Said I Wont Be Able To Talk To The Lawyer Not Until The Court Day, Then How Can I Cooperate With Them And Help My Husband Win The Case? Im Goin Nuts Now, I Havent Eaten Anything Since Yesterday And I Cant Sleep.
And Any Over The Counter Medication You Know I Can Take To Help Me Calm Down And Fall Asleep? Im Too Tired Of Thinking, Worrying And Crying.. This Is So Stressful
This is why so many jurisdictions have mandatory arrest laws for DV.
You could post his bail... if he has one.
You don't automatically get a public defender. If you have the means to hire your own, you will be required to do so. Public defenders are there for the folks that can't pay for counsel.
The PD's don't make a bonus for losing cases, they don't have a pot going over how much money they make for the state.. that is all bullshit. Their clients lost because their clients were guilty, but those clients think that a lawyers job is to get them off, not get them found guilty. That is not what they are for, at all, but you can't tell people that.
You called the police because something bad was happening. Don't blame yourself because your husband is an asshole. And yes, if you had to call the police, he is an asshole. Let him stew until the judge lets him go. He'll either come home and remember why he married you in the first place, or he'll come home and start all over with the ***-holery. If he does that, then you call the police, and send his *** back to jail. Every time.
What Type Of Attorney Does Medical Malpractice?
We Are Looking For And Attorney Who Can Take On A Big Hospital. They Are At Fault For Medical Negligence And Malpractice.
You want to contact a personal injury attorney who also specializes in medical malpractice. I would find the best one I could. You can get find a really good one by asking around or checking on the internet. You definitely want someone with a lot of experience in this field. Almost all personal injury lawyers have websites where they list cases they have won, etc. Most PI attorneys will take your case on contingency. All the "good" ones do. They only take cases they are sure they will win. And big hospitals have very deep pockets. That is, unless your state has caps or limits on these types of cases. If you were in Oregon, I could tell you the absolutely number one there, as I used to work for him. If not, then I would contact an organization called The Inner Circle of Advocates. Only the top and best 100 personal injury attorneys in the US are invited to join.
Hope this helps.
PS And contrary to what the guy below me says about it being hard to sue a hospital or doctor, that is absolutely not true. Just look at the hundreds of HUGE awards in the first source listed below. The only problem is that because of the amount personal injury lawyers make, all lawyers want to do this type of work, and most of them are not very good at it. That guy must be a doctor or work for a hospital. It is relatively easy to win big verdicts for medical malpractice, because they screwed up!
Who Offers Free Legal Advice Online?
Jim, in short: no one will offer free legal advice online. If you have a legal issue that you are curious about, you can certainly research it -- but an attorney will not simply give you legal advice online. There are too many specifics involved in every case (including yours) for adequate advice to be properly provided online. If you need free legal assistance, there are many legal aid organizations (yes, including Filipino attorneys, and those that speak Tagalog) that can give you legal advice for free or for a nominal fee. To find one of these legal aid organizations, I suggest that you start by looking up your local Bar Association (that's an organization of local attorneys). You can ask the Bar Association to refer you to legal aid organizations specializing in your area of need (ie: Tagalog, landlord-tenant issues, etc.). Good luck!
Will Deployment Stop Divorce And Custody Proceedings?
I Am Getting Ready To File For Divorce And I'M Sure There Will Be A Custody Battle. He Doesnt Know Im Filing Yet, Although He Knows I Have Been Unhappy For A Long Time. He Has Been Looking Into Deploying Early. If He Does This, Does It Mean That The Divorce And Custody Battle Will Be Put On Hold Until He Gets Back?
I Am Worried That Once I File He Will Deploy Just To Hold Onto Me Longer.
I Want To Move On With My Life, Please Help!
No it won't put the proceedings on hold, but it will still take a much longer time to process as he will be taking care of his end from where ever he is - he will not be denied his legal rights. In fact, he will be granted more courtesy by the court due to being deployed.
Your best bet is to discuss the divorce with him as soon as possible in hope you two can settle before he goes.
I seriously hope in your divorce you do not lose sight of how it will affect your child(ren) - and that it would be in their best interest for you to do whatever it is possible to ensure they continue a loving, strong & equal relationship with their father - regardless of how the two of you feel about each other. Please try your best not to use the child(ren) as pawns in what you apparently are perceiving as a possibly bad divorce process.
It doesn't have to be a "battle" - the only people that turn it into one is yourselves.
When Applying For A Home Loan Modification, Does It Really Help To Hire Legal Representation?
I'Ve Recived The Information From The Bank To Apply For The Modification Of The Loan, But Ive Also Heard Of A Law Firm Who Will Represent My Case For A Fee. Is It Worth It To Have This Representation, Or Will I Be Wasting More Money?
Depending on the details of your loan, and your current financial situation, an attorney may absolutely be able to help you obtain a loan modification. But what you don't want to do, is spend money upfront without having a good idea of your chance for success. It's possible that you are just not a good candidate for a loan modification - for one reason or another - and an attorney would not be able to help you. In this situation, you would have wasted your money. So the question is: how will you know?
The answer is: Get a FORENSIC LOAN AUDIT and FINANCIAL ANALYSIS. You see, what most people don't understand is that a large percentage of outstanding home loans (especially sub-prime, negative amortization, and other creative loans originated between 2001 and 2007) contain violations where the loan originator, lender, or servicer violated federal or state laws. These violations could have occurred during the origination, servicing, or collection of the loan - and could have been intentional or unintentional. Even if unintentional, they are still violations. During the forensic loan audit, your loan and disclosure documents are thoroughly reviewed by experienced underwriting, fraud, and compliance professionals, who are searching for violations in the following areas: RESPA (Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act), TILA (Truth In Lending Act), ECOA (Equal Credit Opportuinity Act), HOEPA (Home Ownership Equity Protection Act), and other state laws. Any violations discovered provide additional legal leverage that can be applied by the attorney during negotiations with your lender.
The Financial Analysis will give you an understanding the lender's considerations and will show you whether you are a good candidate from a purely financial standpoint. The lender must be convinced that you will be able to meet your financial obligations (including the new mortgage payment) after the loan is modified.
Many loan modification companies are charging between $500 and $1,000 just to conduct this type of audit. We've found a company that will conduct the audit and do the finanical analysis absolutely FREE OF CHARGE, and with NO OBLIGATION on your part. Once the audit is complete, they will contact you with the results, and give you their professional opinion of your chance for a successful loan modification (based on extensive experience, not a story from a neighbor or brother-in-law who tried to get a loan modified). If you are a good candidate, they will refer you to a few attorneys who can help you. If you are not a good candidate, they'll tell you that as well, and the reasons why. At this point, you have the option to proceed with the loan modification by contracting with one of the referred attorneys, hire your own attorney, try to negotiate a loan modification on your own, or simply do nothing.
There is really nothing to lose and potentially everything to gain by obtaining a free forensic loan audit and financial analysis. It will certainly provide you with much more useful and actionable information than you will get on an answer site. And how likely do you think it is that your lender will conduct their own internal audit and share with you violations that they may have committed on your loan? You will not get this type of legal leverage anywhere else or through any government-sponsored loan modification program.
You can get more information on the free forensic loan audit and financial analysis by going to
Bowel Perforation During Lap Hernia Repair Looking For Attorney?
I Am Looking For An Attorney Who Would Be Willing To Help Me In A Possible Med Negligence Case. I Had Lap Hernia Repair And My Small Bowel Was Nicked 3 Times. I Got Sepsis And Peritonitis And In Hospital For One Month. Is There Any Negligence Or Malpractice I Can Recover Expenses For ? I Have Ongoing Problems And Going On 2 Yrs Now. Please Help Me If You Can. I Live In Illinois.
Believe it or not I went throught the exact same thing in 2006.I was prepared for surgery and they perforated my small bowel 3months in the hospital and 4 surgerys.And I became septic and I was in the hospital for 31/2 months,I got congestive heart failure because of being septic.I contacted an attorney,he tried to persue the case and the medical advisor on his team told him that that is is chance that you take when you go through the procedure..I hope that you can contact an attorney in your area and have better results than I did..take care..