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Can A Person With Misdemeanors And A Felony Dui Still Be Able To Become A Lawyer?
Hey Can A Person With Misdemeanor And Felony Dui Still Be Able To Become A Lawyer? I Was Thinking Of Getting Into Business Law But I Have A Bad Background. They'Re All Duis Though. Would I Be Able To Get Into Law School And Pass The Moral Character Test? If I Do, Would People Hire Me If I Had Background Like That? I'M Waiting For The 7 Years To Be Up As Well So I Can Get A Governor'S Pardon And Am Trying To Get My Misdemeanor Duis Expunged As Well.
How About People With Disorders Like Bipolar Or Schizophrenia? Can People With Such Disorders Practice Law???
The California Bar is beginning to take a stronger stance on DUIs and attorneys. While it hasn't really begun affecting current attorneys, it is beginning to stand in the way of applicants passing the moral character review. I don't believe there is any hard-and-fast rule (published) on the matter. But they'll look at how many DUIs you have, how recent they were, how well you complied with various court orders, what other trouble you've been in, etc.
Just by way of example, I know one person who "failed" the moral character review because he got a DUI about 3 years prior. But another "passed" because his DUI was over 7 years.
BTW, California doesn't have a true expungment. What you're applying for is a PC1203.4 dismissal. The charges will still show up, but show as dismissed (as opposed to a true expungment, which effectively destroys or seals the record). And while the 1203.4 allows you to legally say you've never been convicted when asked by a private party/entity, you still MUST disclose it to governmental agencies (including the Bar), and it won't prevent them from seeing what you were originally sentenced to.
Sc Real Estate Laws- What Is The Law Regarding The Carrying Away Of Items By Real Estate Agents?
An Agent Entered Our Home Prior To Closing And Removed Our Dishes, Silverware, Groceries And Other Items We Had Planned To Removed A Few Hours Prior To Closing. He Has Since Denied Doing Such And Says All Of Our Items Were Most Likely Thrown Away...
Does Anyone Know The Exact Wording Of The Law About The Carrying Away Of Goods By An Agent Prior To Closing?
This is not about real estate law. If you had not closed on the sale of your home and turned over possession to the new buyer, taking your stuff is "theft" and is a criminal act. Whether or not that was done by the real estate agent and can be proven is a different story.
Again, if you had not closed, the house is still yours so why would anyone have access and why would that person "throw away" your stuff. If the agent made that statement, it would seem to me that he or she is suggesting that someone had access to your house and only a licensed real estate agent or people that they had authorized would have access to the lock box. In fact, the new electronic lock boxes have a chip that records any agent's entry to the home.
If the missing stuff is valuable, and was not going to be thrown out anyway, then I would speak to the agent's broker and if you do not get satisfaction, I would consider filing a complaint with the Board of Realtors and/or the South Carolina Real Estate Commission. But before you take any action, be certain of the facts.
If those items were left in the house after closing, or after you tendered possession to the purchaser, that is another story. Then it is reasonable that someone assumed that they were abandoned and the buyer or the buyer's agents,cleaning crew or anyone else may well have thrown them out.
How Do I Find A Lawyer That Will Go Probono ??
I Am Going Through A Custody Battle With My Ex. I Can Afford An Attorney , But Need One He Has The Top Of The Line Lawyer To Repesent Him.I Thought Because I Know I Am Right I Would Win, But The Judger Wont Give Me A Chance To Plead My Case , I Need A Lawyer To Do That For Me ,,, What Do I Do,,, I Live In Chicago I Applyed At The Bar ***. But No Luck ... Any Ideas ????
Find the free law centers. They might be able to refer you to one. The federally funded ones won't talk to you if your income is too high but there are a few that aren't. I don't know if they still exist but try Looking for the Uptown Peoples Law Center 773 769-1411. They used to do some really good work and help a lot of people. If you can't find them, Ald. Helen Shiller's office might be able to help. They used to help each other.
What Degrees Can You Got To Law School With?
Can You Go Law School With Something Other Than A Law Degree. I'D Heard Than There Are A Few Degrees That You Can Go Do Law School With. If So, Can You Name A Few?
To get into law school, you need a bachelor's degree. It can be in anything, although generally law schools prefer something which includes a lot of reading and writing, like political science, philosophy, English, etc. You can't get into law school with a law degree, because there is no such thing in the U.S. as a bachelor's degree in law. And don't try to take something law-related as an undergraduate, because that really only confuses you, and the law schools don't much appreciate that.
Once you get into law school, all they offer is a law degree. You can apply for a joint program, like a JD-MBA, but the law school doesn't teach the MBA part of that. You have to be accepted to both schools, and do the MBA portion at the business school while doing your JD at the law school.
Is There Any Free Legal Representation In Los Angeles, Ca.?
My Brother Is Being Sued By A Creditor. He Has Been Unemployed For A While And Living Off His Savings. His Unemployment Case Is Pending. He Doesn'T Have The Money To Pay Anyone Right Now And There'S No One We Can Ask To Borrow The Money. Does Anyone In Los Angeles, California Know If There Are Any Public Agencies Or Anyone That Can Help In Cases Like This? Please Only Answer If You Know. Thank You.
Chances are slim to none that you'll get free representation for a civil suit by a creditor, but you can try the links below. Your brother should simply show up at the court, state his current financial situation, and the judge will take that into account. If he does NOT show up at court, the entire due amount plus interest and penalties will probably be awarded to the creditor. But if nothing else, one of the sites below will probably link you, at least by phone, to a lawyer who will tell you that.
Is This Legal Malpractice?
I Filed For Social Security Disability And Was Denied, But There Was Only 1 Reason Why I Was Denied, Because I Can Still Do The Same Work I Did In My Past Job. Then I Hired A Social Security Disability Law Firm.
My Claim Was Denied Again. The Explanation Of Determination Mentions My Aspergers And Adhd (Something I Disclosed To My Attorneys That I No Longer Have But Now Have Autistic, Anxiety, And Personality Disorders). It Says The Medical Record Shows I Am Able To Communicate, Act In My Own Interests, Adjust To Orindary Emotional Stresses, Get Along With Others, And Do My Usual Daily Activities Without Assistance. The Medical Record Also Shows That I Am Capable Of Performing Other Work That Might Only Require A Very Short, On-The-Job Training Period.
Based On The Fact It Went From 1 Reason I Was Denied To Many Reasons I Was Denied, Do You Think My Law Firm Committed Legal Malpractice?
sooooo you *had* Aspergers and ADHD...but magically got rid of them, and instead became Autistic, have anxiety, and "personality disorders?"
I dont think it works that way.
Me thinks someone is trying to screw over the system and they are seeing through it.
Oh, and no, it is not legal malpractice.