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Can I Become A Nurse Attorney And Also Practice Law In A Different Area Of Law?

you would have to become a nurse first which is hard - you would need to get a BSN in order to have any chance at Law school - then have to take LSAT and get accepted INTO w school - survive 3 yrs and go massively further into debt and hope you graduate and pass the bar exam

In Missouri If I Have To Go To Court For Shoplifting Is That Considered Awaiting Trial In A Criminal Charge?

Morgan -

I am an attorney and I know a lot about this subject. Do not take this as creating an attorney-client relationship. You may, however, find it helpful.

You do not state quite enough information to allow me to give you a reliable answer to your question.

You can wind up in court for shoplifting by two different routes. 1) If you were cited into court at the time when you were caught shoplifting; and 2) If you failed to pay a civil demand letter for damages which the store sent to you and then the store decided to sue you.

Probably 99% of the cases that wind up in court are the result of citation issued when the shoplifter is caught. Of these, almost all of them are criminal charges. There are a very few exceptions to this. In some states, such as California, the charge can be handled as a non-criminal infraction, although even there it starts out as a petty theft criminal charge and only gets reduced to a noncriminal infraction if the prosecutor agrees. So, if you received a citation from a police officer, or were taken to jail when you were caught, or were even given a notice to appear in court by the store when you were busted, the charge is almost certainly a criminal charge. If you look on the paper and it says something like "petty theft", or "larceny", or even "disorderly conduct", that means it is a criminal charge. The exact language varies from state to state. If you want to email me a private message with the exact wording on the paper you must have, there is way to do that if you click on my avatar and I will try to answer your question more precisely.

On the other hand, if you did not receive a citation from a police officer or a notice to appear in court from the store when you were first caught, but received a demand to pay the store damages and you did not pay, the situation is different. In that event you would probably have been sued in what is called a "civil action", meaning it is just about money. In that case, you would not be awaiting trial on a criminal charge. However, very few civil actions for shoplifting actually wind up in court.

Long Distance Parenting Plan Confusion..?
When Bf And I Went To Court On Nov. 22. I Thought That Winter Break In Texas Was Only A Week Long. So The Judge Ordered Bf And I To Rotate Winter Breaks Each Yr For Christmas. But The Yrs He Doesnt Get Dd He Gets 2 Non-Consecutive 10 Day Weeks Of Summer Parenting Time. She(Judge) Said It Wouldnt Be Healthy For Dd To Be Away From Me For 2 Weeks Straight. But Winter Break Is 2 Weeks Long So Does He Get The Whole Two Weeks Of Winter Parenting Break? Since Him And I Both Thought Winter Break Was A Week Long? Another Question. Bf Was Suppose To Have Winter Break(Christmas) For Next Yr. But He Put In Writing That He Was Forfiting It Because We Switched And He Got Her For This Christmas(2011). So That Means He Only Gets The One Week(7 Days) During The Summer Right? Even Though He'S Not Getting Her For Christmas Break? Im Sorry If Im Confusing Anybody Or Not Explaining This Right.

To modify any current parenting plan, go back to court and have the court order changed with new details to clear up any confusion on how the parenting plan is to work, both of you need to talk about these changes and work something out if you don't plan on going back to court with these issues of the parenting plan.

Drunk Driving!! What Should Be Done?
In Your Opinion What Should Be Done To Make Public More Aware Of Drinking And Driving? :) An Example: Shock Therapy ( Show People Stories And Accidents That Have Happened)

Its all about the money, not drunk driving. The police, courts, lawyers and insurance companies make billions of dollars off people who have been arrested for drinking and driving, not drunk driving, drinking and driving, huge difference. People who have been arrested for drinking and driving are your average, middle class working people. they have jobs, careers, and have the means to pay all the costs associated with their arrest. that's why you see drunk driving task forces out every night. they know busting someone for drinking and driving will be far more profitable than going after a mugger, or a rapist. real criminals tend to not have jobs or money.
Trust me, the insurance companies LOVE drunk drivers. they wish everyone could be arrested for drinking and driving. Insuring someone who's been convicted of a DUI is a huge profit for them.

Question For Lawyers.?
When A Young Lawyer Joins A Law Firm Do They Really Work 12-16 Hour Days 6 To 7 Days A Week Like In John Grishams Books Or Is That Just Fiction?

Yes very true due to intense competition and saturation of so many other lawyers out there coming out from school and unable to find work.

It's not like TV where a client comes in and they go to court tomorrow for trial. In some trials, the preparation, paperwork could be boxes full and they don't get that way with a full hours of work. In some cases, just to prepare for trial, they may have the client in for up to 30 or 40 hours to go over testimony and be ready. And in many trials, you are doing legal work prior to going to court and hours after to prepare for the next witness or expert.

My husband (retired after 40 years) had 1 client who wanted a contract reviewed for a house he was going to buy. He stated that he could read the contract and it took him 20 minutes, so he believed that he would be charged for around 20 minutes of legal time. But, as a lawyer, even if he can read it in 20 minutes, his job is to protect the client and prepare him for any subsequent implications that might arise if not informed, thus causing the client to lose money and subsequently files suit of malpractice on the lawyer for improper advice.

Lawyers have very stressful jobs and it is not as glamourous as they show on TV/movies.

You'Re Working As A Litigation Paralegal,And Are Calculating The Damages In A Plaintiff'S Personal Injury Case
What Software Would You Use To Complete This Task? A-Presentation B-Summation C-Spreadsheet D-Case Management

Use the software that you feel most comfortable with. If you are expert at all of the above, pick one. Option - A is widely used, but you can't put too much text in it. You need to relay that info verbally. May be MS word file as added doc that they can reference later.