4 Methods To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you need a lawyer for any excuse, you need to work closely together as a way to win your case. No matter how competent they can be, they're likely to need your help. Here are four important methods to help your legal team allow you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - no matter what information you're planning to reveal for them. Privilege means whatever you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know all things in advance - particularly information one other side could check out and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of all the information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they should help them win. 3. Arrive Early For Many Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, by being by the due date, every time. Actually, because you may have to discuss last second details or perhaps be extra prepared for the way it is you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any sort of crime, it's important to be able to prove to the court which you both regret the actions and so are making strides toward improving your life. For instance, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely along with your legal team increases your odds of absolute success. Try this advice, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you should win your case.
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Minnesota Work Break Laws?
Ok So I Work 11-7 &Amp; Half The Time I Have To Take My Break At 12 After Just An Hour. Normally We Would Get An Hour Break But Now Our New Manager Who Doesn'T Know What He'S Doing Wan'Ts Us To Only Take 30 Minutes. I Don'T Want To Work 6 1/2 Hours Straight Every Day. How Long Of A Break Are They Required To Give You For An 8 Hour Day?
Al that Minnesota law requires is that at least once during each four hours you be given time to use the restroom, and that some time during any shift of eight consecutive hours or more, you be given "sufficient time" to eat a meal. If they give you a break of 20 minutes or less you stay on the clock, if the break is more than 20 minutes they can make you take it as an unpaid break.
They can give you a 30 minute unpaid break an hour after you start work, and they are following the law.
Mip Record - How Do I Lookup My Record?
I Received An Mip When I Was In College. I Am Applying To Professional Graduate Programs And They Want Me To Disclose Any Criminal Convinctions. Bascially, I Was Given A Mip Ticket By A Bike Cop And The Judge Asked Me To Attend A Class And Told Me It Would Be Taken Off My Record. I Wanted To Know How Do I Look Up More Information On This Case. I Am Not Sure What Class Of Mip Was It And I Wanted To Explain This To My Adcoms In My Application. Can You Tell Me If There Is Anyway I Could Look Up My Record?
not sure what state you are from but you go to the courthouse and ask the clerk to pull it up from the archives.this will stay on your record until you get it expunged and i would do that because you won't ever have to deal with it again.at least you are honest,and the program will probably accept you because there is only a 60/40 chance they would ever catch this since it was a mip read this for expunging http://criminal.lawyers.com/Criminal-Law...
Need A Lawyer?
Ok If You Knanything About The Law Or Medician Pleases Give Me Your Advise??? Ok Well My Dad Went Back In 2001 And Was In And Out Of The Hospital And One Day He Was In The Local Hospital And Our Family Told Them Not To Give Him Demerol And They Did And They Anyway And Then He Went To 2 More Hospitals And They All Gave Him Demerol And Even Though We Complained About Him Behavor When He Was On It And There Was Nothing Done And Then One Time He Was On It He Was Really Messed Up And Stole Drugs From The Hospital And And Went Back To His Room And Then They Found Him And Charged Him With A Felony Well It Turns Out He'S Allergic To Demerol And Nobody Noticed It Or Wanted To Notice It Now I Need Some Legal Medical Advice Please Help Can The Felony Be Dropped And Is It There Fault
It is unusual, in my own opinion, that these hospitals didn't pursue WHY his own family was objecting to Demerol. They should have at least wondered if he had a drug abuse problem or asked details about what kind of behavior he exhibited that was bothersome. To find out at the end that he is allergic to Demerol certainly is in his favor legally.
My advice is to go to www.findlaw.com and explore the links there and go to where you can ask a lawyer a question for free. It's a great site for legal advice for consumers and legal professionals.
Wrongful Death Suit?
I Just Found Out My Father (Im 36) Was Killed By A Driver In Ncarolina On His Motercycle Due To The Guy Doing A Three Lane Change Off The Exit, Driving Him Into The Rail. He Lasted Two Minutes Aprox.Im Sure His Wife ,(Though Not My Step Mom) Will Sue,Can I Also Sue This Negligent Jerk For Wrongful Death ?My Father Was Only 60 And I Was His Only Blood Child.He Needs To Pay For This And Go To Prison
It depends on what the law is in North Carolina but I seriously doubt you can sue. Wrongful death is a suit to collect damages that happen when someone dies. Those damages are money the person would have contributed to savings during their adult life but for their death, loss of income, etc. and also include charges related to the death or burial of the person. The state law will limit who is a statutory survivor and that normally is the persons' spouse and any minor children (under 18). If there is no spouse or minor kids, then the survivors are the deceased persons' parents. If they are not alive, it is usually (and only then) the estate and/or adult children. Since your dad was married, his wife and any minor children they had would be the survivors entitled to sue.
Is This Legal Malpractice?
I Had A Slip An Fall Case, With A Court Date For Tomorrow. Today I Went Into My Lawyers Office, And Long Story Short, We And A Disagreement, He Asked Me To Leave His Office, And I Refused Because I Had Not Gotten What I Wanted Yet, He Called The Cops, And Made Me Leave, Giving Me A Letter Saying That He Had Dismissed My Case And There Was No Need For Me To Show Up For Court Tomorrow Morning. Can He Do This? What Can I Do?
You must elaborate on the facts, retain another lawyer, and adjourn your hearing. What did you disagree about? Did the lawyer explain why he dismissed the case? Did you have a lawsuit against the state? Did your lawyer file a timely notice of claim? If you have a claim against your lawyer, you should file a grievance against him with the state bar association. Or, consult another attorney about the situation for a possible malpractice action. All of the work that your attorney has done (assuming he has done work) belongs to you and you are entitled to a copy of it. Request in writing the case file and have it reviewed by the aforementioned parties. As for the court date, you yourself can appear at the court date tommorrow and explain to the judge that you have fired your lawyer and get an adjournment until such time as you are able to employ new counsel. T. Crawford, Esq.
Marriage Without Divorce Decree.?
Is It Possible To Get Married Without A Divorce Decree. My Gf Is Divorced. I Want To Marry Her In Dubai, Will They Need A Divorce Decree Before The Marriage. She Was Married 6 Years Ago In Her Country In Ukraine And Now She Is Livng In Dubai. If We Goto Court And Say None Of Us Was Ever Married, Is There A Way They Can Ever Found Out That She Is A Divorced Wome And Can We Get In Trouble. Lastly My Gf Is A Christian And I Am A Muslim ??... Please Dnt Answer By Sayin Why Dont U Get The Divorce Papers And Get Married. I Got Some Issues.
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You could get married without the divorce decree, but you would be committing a felony by telling a lie.
The two areas that you are likely to get caught is:
1. When you apply for the marriage license. If she has to present her internal (Ukrainian) passport, there is a stamp that says she is/was married, and you'll need to prove she was divorced.
2. When you apply for an immigration visa to bring her to whatever country you expect to live in eventually - they will require the divorce decree. You won't get around it, as you need to apply for her visa in Ukraine. They will require a copy of her internal (Ukrainian) passport, and they will question the marriage stamp in it (and I hope she's really divorced, because they enter a stamp there too).
Why don't you follow your Muslim beliefs, and her Christian beliefs, and do things honestly or quit quoting your religion since you apparently don't believe in the beliefs of them anyway.