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Who Is The Best Criminal Defense Lawyer In Nyc?
My Cousin Is Being Charged Under Rico An We Really Need An Answer
He should ask his mob buddies.
Someone That Knows About The Court System Plz Help Me..Its About Legal Aid And Lawyers.?
Im Going To Make My Question Better Lol.
I Have Court In The Morning And I Qualified For Legal Aid About A Week Ago For My Case And My Lawyer Told Me To Bring In A Paystub. Why Would He Want Me To Bring In The Paystub If I Already Qualify?? Do You Think He Would Call My Work To Verify If I Make Tips Or Not? (Im A Busgirl At A Restaurant) Because I Really Dont Want My Work Knowing About These Legal Matters.....
The paystub is probably to verify that you actually do qualify (so that people don't lie about their income), and he probably just needs it as documentation for his files.
It's possible that he would call your work to verify your income (and/or tips), but chances are he probably won't. Legal aid lawyers are generally quite busy and won't want to spend time making unnecessary phone calls..he probably just needs the income documentation for his files. You can ask him if he's goign to call your work, and explain the reasons why you don't want your work to find out.
However, even if he called them, that doesn't mean your work will never find out. Most court cases (with some exceptions, like certain family or domestic abuse cases) are public, and can potentially be found by any employer who does a background check on you.
How Does A Defense Lawyer Defend A Guilty Person?
How Would They Sleep At Night If That Guilty Person Were To Get Off After Doing A Heinous Crime?
I Would Find It Hard To Defend Them And Have That Job, So I'M Just Wondering How They Do It And Sleep At Night And Not Be Ashamed.
I'M Watching Crime And Punishment Right Now And Watching The Defense Lawyer Try And Smear A Rape Victim Got Me Wondering.
Different defense lawyers approach it different ways. The ones I know have an incredible belief in the constitution and the right to a fair trial that is guaranteed to *everyone,* guilty or not. Even if they have individual clients they may not care for particularly, that person still has rights and it is the lawyer's job to protect those rights. There's nothing shameful in that.
Keep in mind that anything you see in the movies or on TV is 100% fiction - there are laws in place to protect rape victims (in most instances in most jurisdictions) so it's pretty unlikely a real lawyer would even attempt to "smear" a rape victim.
Ok So I My B/F (We'Ll Call Him Bob) Has A Medical Case That He Believes Is Worth Taking To A Court Room.
This Is The What Happen When He Was 17 On Of His Testicals Became Swollen So He Went To The Doctor And They Gave Him A Medication For It But It Was The Wrong Medication That Caused It Become Even More Swollen He Went Back To The Doctors And They Gave Him Another Medication That Brought The Swelling Down But Now His Testical Is 2 Times Smaller The The Other And Has Possibly Became Sterile Because Of It
Also It Happened About 4 Years Ago
We Want To Know If He Was To Take It To The Court Room If He Would Have A Fighting Chance?
You can have a consultation with an attorney if you'd like to ascertain the likelihood of success of a case like this but it doesn't seem too promising to me. Malpractice doesn't mean that a doctor made a mistake. The law recognizes that doctors, like any one else, make mistakes. Malpractice means that the patient received care that was below the ordinary standards (and ordinary standards include the possibility of an honest mistake). Malpractice usually involves gross negligence or abnormally bad treatment by the physician, not just choosing a medication that didn't work as well as it should. Now if the doctor prescribed a totally inappropriate medication (for example prescribed an anti-coagulant for someone with a bleeding ulcer and caused the person to almost bleed to death) then there are grounds for suit. But to prescribe Drug 1 instead of Drug 2 (both drugs being medications for a bleeding ulcer) and drug 1 didn't work as effectively as drug 2 later did.... no, that was not negligence, that was a calculated risk and the doctor may even be able to justify why he used drug1 instead of drug 2 because of side effects, risk etc.
Is It Difficult To Get Hired As A Corporate Lawyer?
And Any More Information About Their Job Would Be Very Appreciated :)
If you mean a corporate lawyer with a law office, yes. In the US to have a realistic shot you'll need to be in the top 33% of your class from a T14 school. There are some other ways in - if you have connections, if you have a great finance/accounting background - but corporate law hiring is pretty much restricted to a handful of law graduates each year.
If you mean in-house counsel for a corporation (which is what people often incorrectly assume a "corporate lawyer" is) you'll need connections and 8-10 years of experience with the types of law that are likely to affect a corporation.
Can I Make A Legal& Binding Will With A Form From The Office Depot Or Print From My Computer?
I Have Modest Assets & Want To Be Sure My Family Are Provided For & Avoid Probate. Where Would I File It To Make It Legal? I'D Rather Not Go To A Lawyer If It Can Be Done Myself.
Wills written on tavern napkins are legal techically but I wouldn't suggest it. Thay are wide open to contest in court because if it is contested experts may have to be brought in to attempt to verify that it is your handwriting and some of them are better than others and like a lot of other expert witnesses that can be found, one can be found that says it is and another can be found to say it isn't. If whoever is contesting the will doesn't like what one expert say's, they just shop around until they find one that will testify to what they want them to say.
If you have no large estate, I would suggest that you simply type up your will to simply state that you leave this and that to whomever to make specific bequests and then leave the bulk of your estate to your wife and sign it. You must bear in mind that you have to know if you live in a communtiy property state or not and what is and what is not community property, you cannot give away something that is not yours and it is not yours alone if you came into possession of it during your marriage.
Only you have to sign the will and it does not have to be filed anywhere, you can store it at the county clerks office and that might be best but you can store it in a safe deposit box or in your sock drawer.
I would have a "Self Proving Affidavit" attached to the Will in which you have two persons sign the affidavit stating that they witnessed you sign it, they place their signatures on it before a notary public and that is considered proof positive in probate court that the document is your will and that they saw you sign it and they don't have to be brought into court so that no matter if they have moved away or died, they still serve as witnesses. That is the only thing that can be attached to a will.
If you use a generic will, there might be language that either does not apply in your state or that you don't understand, if you don't understand it get it explained or leave it out and just use the form for a general outline. A Will that say's, "I leave all to Wife", pretty much sums it all up quite simply and if that is what you want to do, that will do it.
You can also put a no contest clause in your will that simply states that whosoever contests this will shall cease to be a beneficiary of the will. That puts an end ot a lot of squabbles.