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Finding An Experienced Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are loads of lawyers in the area that advertise they are experts in your kind of case. This may make the procedure of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the tips below it is possible to define your pursuit off to the right one out of almost no time. The first task is to make a listing of the lawyers that are listed in your area focusing on your needs. When you are which makes this list you need to only include those you have a great vibe about according to their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down if you take a little while evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and several general specifics of their success rates. At this point your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you just felt had professional websites and an appropriate amount of experience. You need to then make time to lookup independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure to browse the reviews rather than just relying upon their overall rating. The data within the reviews will give you an idea of how they communicate with their customers and the time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you will need to meet with a minimum of the final three lawyers who have the credentials you would like. This gives you the time to actually evaluate how interested they may be in representing your case. It really is crucial for you to follow all of these steps to ensure that you find someone which includes the right degree of experience to help you the ideal outcome.

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Where Can I Get Free Legal Advice (From An Attorney) In San Francisco Ca?
It Can Be From Either A Radio/Tv Show Or Any Other Source. Though I Am Poor, I Do Not Qualify For Legal Aid. Thanks.

Tell you what, whenever you tell us how to get free stuff or free service from people in your trade, then I am sure that lots of lawyers would jump on that bandwagon and give free advice in exchange for whatever you do.

Can You Get Discharged For Goin To Jail For Domestic Violence?
My Husband Went To Jail For Assult 4 Domestic Violence...There Was No Domestic Violence It Was Jus A Bunch Of Noisey Neighbors...But Can He Get Kicked Out Of The Army For It?

Domestic violence, as in the Lautenberg Amendment? If so, yes his career is 100% over and he cannot own a gun for ten years (for life if you are in California). Domestic violence is going to be a hard nut to crack for life, it will not go away like most things can. See if he can get it changed to anything else, even assault. Get a lawyer. It will not be pretty.

Who Do You Get Into Law School?
I Am A High Schooler Wanting To Get Into A Great Law School How Do I Do It?

You are very wise to start early. There are lots of things that you can do to improve your chances for getting into a top law school if you start now. When you say top law school, I am assuming that you mean top 3-5 schools in the country, and will base my comments on that assumption.
The LSAT is the biggest factor in getting into a great law school. You will need to score in the 170's (99th percentile) to have a good chance at getting into these types of schools. Use REAL actual previously administered LSAT tests, and plan on devoting 300+ hours to studying for the test. Remember it is worth considerably more than your GPA when it comes to chances for admission. If you can find a course that will allow you to study for a year or two that is a huge plus.
GPA is the other quantifiable factor that affects admissions. For the schools in question a 3.7 would be the minimum for a good chance of admission.
Choose a major that you will love. One common mistake that people make is to major in political science, english, or philosophy, because they think that law schools will be impressed by those majors. Actually, you have a greater chance for admission at the top schools if you DON'T major in one of these, because it allows you to bring a different viewpoint to the law class than the herds of applicants from those majors. I was recently meeting with the former dean of Yale law school with a high school friend of mine. When this issue came up the dean stated that majoring in music would give this young man a better chance for admission than political science if all other things were equal.
That said there are some classes that you should take to improve the reasoning skills that will help you to do well on the LSAT and in law school. Take whatever formal logic/quantitative reasoning classes are available at your university. Also, taking statistics, and upper division writing classes in philosophy will be very helpful.
When considering these particular schools you should also be looking to publish as much as possible. Submit articles/papers to student journals, and try to work with professors that may help you get published.
Establishing connections with professors early on will be invaluable for cultivating letters of recommendation later on. Visit them in office hours, and try to get teaching/research assistant postitions.
Volunteer work will only be valuable if you can show a consistent pattern of service. So be sure that you are always involved in some way in these types of activities. Helping out in the juvenile justice program is usually possible in most states, and will look fabulous on resumes.
Your personal statement is also going to be a big factor in admissions, but that is far less quantifiable than the other elements. There are lots of things that you should avoid doing, most significantly waiting until a few weeks before the deadline to write it, but that is far enough in the future that I won't spend time here talking about it.
Well, that may be more than you wanted to know but it will at least get you started, if you want more advice down the road I am always happy to give it.

I Need Some Information As To Where I Can Get Legal Help To Get My Son Returned Home To Me From C.A.S?
I Cannot Afford A Lawyer And I Know I Have A Strong Case Against The Childrens Aid Society. Please If Anyone Knows Anything Please Help Me :( And What Is This Bar Association Ive Heard Of, I Cannot Seem To Find The Website. I Live In Ontario Near Ottawa.

My hubbies ex was in a similar situation. Her son got out of the house while the grandma was watching him. The police were called and the mom (not grandma) was issued a letter saying if they were called out again for this child on neglect that he would automatically be taken. They never got involved in the situation they just sent a letter to her stating that if they were notified.
They are just bullies. You should try some sort of legal aid or put your case out there for pro bono work??????

Calling All Lawyers Or Experienced People?
Me And My Mom Are On A Lease Together, My Mom Is The Main Leaser, And I Am The Joint Leaser. Well My Mom Went Into The Hospital And Was Transferred To An Assitive Living Facility. I Haven'T Been Able To Get A Job Or Find Another Roommate. So Were In The Process Of Getting Evicted. I Was Told A Few Weeks Ago Before It Started That If Mom Signs A Paper And I Do To, Then I Can Be Taken Off The Lease And It Will Only Count Against Mom. So Today We Went To Do That , And They Said That We Could Not During An Evictions Process. In Which I Find Really Stupid If My Mom Is Willing To Sign Saying That I Dont Have To Be Responsible And That She Will Be. So Please Tell Me What I Can Do , Because My Mom Wants To Take The Responsibility So That I Don'T End Up With Bad Credit, Since She Has Bad Credit Anyway. I Live In North Carolina If That Helps.

You need a lawyer. There has to be a legal aid organization in your town or county which assists people in civil issues like evictions. They charge either nothing or very little. Try googling "legal aid" and "eviction" and "[your county]" if you can't find it any other way.

The other source of information MIGHT be the assisted living facility. I'm sure this is not a unique problem. If they won't give you legal advice they might be able to direct you to someone who could help.

Need Some Advise On Juvenile Law, What Would Be The Right Answer?
So If Someone Is Convicted Of Stealing Alcohol And Spitting On A Civilian, What Would Be The Punishment? Would He/She Have To Serve Detention In Juvenile Hall? Or Possibly Have Some Counseling/Community Service Done? Lets Also State That This Person Has Had Additional Criminal Background Such As Stealing. What Would Be The Outcome Of This Whole Situation? I Am Only Asking This Due To A Similar Question In Which I'M Being Quizzed On And Really Need Some Helpful Advise At This Point. Thanks..

depends on the state, and seriousness of the case. Juvenile Hall is basically prison for youths. Usually you only get sent there if convicted of a felony. For stealing alcohol and spitting on someone, is probably petty theft, spitting could be aggravated battery which could also be a felony. With these charges a juvenile could be sent to a detention center for a numerous amount of days depending on the county/state.

The courtroom is where the decision of punishment is made. Usually in a juvenile's case, they could most likely have to serve either counseling/community service as well as the jail time(it depends). Some states do it different but if the juvenile completes all service charges could either be dropped or reduced(this i doubt if the juvenile has had prior convictions).