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Purpose Of A Lawyer?
Tell Me Everything You Know About Lawyer. What They Do. Why They Do It. And So On.....Thx
the lawyers purpose is represent the interest of his/her client, no matter the clients guilt or innocence. A lawyer only looks at how the law pertains to the case without personal predjudice. For example you are a defense lawyer, your client raped a middle aged male raped a young boy, you know he is guilty but a policeman when testifying lied on the stand and you can prove this, and your client will be set free, but you can ignore this and he will go to prison. As a lawyer you must do everything legally allowed to have your client found not guilty.
Is A Coporate Lawyer A Business Lawyer?
A corporate lawyer is a lawyer who specializes in corporations law. And yes, you can call him a business lawyer.
Everything About International Law?
Rationale And Features Of International Law; International Charters, Members Of The International Community
Everything about international law would (and does) fill several hundred volumes of text.
Even attorneys -- after law school -- study an additional year or two to get a masters in international law -- and that just covers the basics.
But summed up in 50 words or less -- international law is about treaties. Because one country cannot make another do something. That's called sovereignty. So, the only way one country can bind another is by mutual contract -- called a treaty -- where countries agree to limit themselves. The rest is politics.
How Much Can A Social Security Disability Lawyer Charge?
A Local Social Security Disability Attorney Won My Friends Case. The Backpay Percentage Wasn'T Enough To Cover The Lawyers $1500 Minimum Fee. Social Security Told Us That The Lawyer Couldn'T Charge More Than 20% Of The Backpay. The Lawyer Is Asking For $500 More And Threatening To Turn It Over To Collections. Can They Send This To Collections Or Are They Bluffing? Opinions?
disability lawyer or non attorney representative can receive 25 percent of a claimant's total backpay from ssd and ssi. However, this is capped at a maximum amount. As of 2007, the maximum fee that a representative, lawyer or non lawyer, can receive in compensation for their services, is $5300.00
ADDED: contingency fee contracts prepared by lawyers also include an option for the lawyer to file a "fee petition." Although this may come as a surprise to you, your fee contract is not just between you and your lawyer. The Social Security Administration has to approve any fee arrangement between claimants and their lawyers. In a fee petition, your lawyer may request more than 25% of past due benefits because of an unusual amount of work or time involved in your case or because your case did not involve past due benefits.
If your lawyer's fee petition is approved, you may have the responsibility to pay your lawyer directly. I would ask the lawyer to prove to you the extra amount was approved and if it was you have to pay it.
Why Does The Standard Of Proof In Criminal Law Cases Set Such A High Bar In Comparison To Civil Law Cases?
Because the penalties are so much more severe in criminal cases than in civil cases.
For example, civil cases can never end with a penalty of imprisonment -- an extremely severe penalty.
@ All: Arizona Law: Perfectly Legal ... But Will It Work?
The First Good Critique I Have Seen From A Doubter Of The Arizona Law Comes From My Friend Bill West, Who Used To Be A Top Federal Immigration Official In Florida. Bill Agrees With Me That There Is No Valid Legal Objection To The New State Statute. His Reservation Is Practical: In Most Cases Involving Brief Police Stops To Investigate Criminal Activity That Is Not Particularly Serious, It Won'T Work; And In Most Cases Involving Arrests For Serious Offenses, It Is Superfluous.
As Usual, The Problem Is The Federal Government. As Bill Explains It To Me, He Doesn'T Think The Law Will Work Because:
The Immigration System – That Record System That Arizona Law Enforcement Officers Are Supposed To Rely Upon To &Quot;Verify&Quot; Illegal Status Under 8 Usc 1373(C) – Is Unreliable And Ineffective....Http://Libertypost.Org/Cgi-Bin/Readart.Cgi?Artnum=288448
i have some small reservations about the act, though nothing to do with the legality of it but more to be with the practical side of applying it. (and i'm just throwing them out there for you all to consider as 'what may happens')
firstly as you have already mentioned the whole thing rests on the support and information given to the people on the ground, and as already mentioned by you, that is lacking or at least not 100% reliable.
secondly, sooner or later a latino-american citizen or organisation will take this act to court on racial discrimination lines, (because plenty of Mexican-American citizens will be stopped again and again)
now to stop this happening there are two main 'work arounds'
1) you simply have the act but don't use it
2) you ensure that non latinos are also checked - while the vast majority of illegals in Arizona are Mexican/South American a small minority will be from Europe, Africa/West Indies, Asia etc.
which means in practise the people on the ground having to work to a quota system,
i.e for every 100 people you stop, 90 can be south of the border 'looking' - 7-8 can be black and 2-3 White/Asian etc.
(and they will base any quota figure on previous statistics of people deported from Arizona in any given year, what percentage came from south of the Border, Europe etc, etc, if 100% of all illegals returned in one year happen to be from south of the border then so be it, but the fact is it won't because there will always be a few who mess things up)
What this allows, is for the state to present proof in court that it this act is not anti-Mexican/Latino, because they will be have stats that will say, for example
in the first 3 months of the year, we stopped X amount of people of these we found 1000 illegals, of this figure 900 were from nations south of the border, 90 were from African Nations and the rest from Europe and Asia. (thus the state shows it is being even handed and the state can not be held legally responsible if the bulk of the illegals happen to be from Mexico)
So my reservation is, should Arizona adopt a quota system, how will the white citizens of the state feel when they are being stopped, purely so some cop can meet his quota?
(the act is about finding illegal immigrants, it doesn't specify that they have to be mexican, and several European nations have very similar acts that all end up on the quota system sooner or later)