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4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you want an attorney for any reason, you must work closely with them as a way to win your case. Regardless of how competent they may be, they're likely to need your help. Allow me to share four important ways to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're likely to reveal to them. Privilege means whatever you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know everything in advance - particularly information one other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of all information pertaining to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they must help them to win. 3. Show Up Early For All Those Engagements Do not be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, by being on time, whenever. The truth is, because you may need to discuss last second details or be extra prepared for the situation you're facing, it's a smart idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any sort of crime, it's important to be able to convince the legal court that you simply both regret the actions and so are making strides toward improving your life. For example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and included in the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with the legal team increases your probability of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you ought to win your case.

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Does Oklahoma Have Grandparents Rights?
I Would Like To Know If Grandparents Have Rights In Oklahoma? I Mean Can A Grandparent Go To Court And Ask For Visitation Rights?

Oklahoma law governing grandparent visitation is extremely long and detailed, though relatively clear and easy to understand. In Oklahoma, grandparents may be granted visitation if the court deems it in the best interest of the child, provided that the grandparent can show either parental unfitness, or that the child would suffer harm in the absence of visitation. Visitation will not be awarded under any circumstances if the nuclear family is intact and both parents object to visitation. Family situations in which visitation can be sought include death, divorce, separation, annulment, unmarried parents, incarceration and desertion. In most of these situations, a preexisting relationship between the grandparent and the grandchild is necessary for visitation. Some of the subsections call for a "strong, continuous grandparental relationship."

Oklahoma law provides factors for consideration in deciding the best interests of the child. These include the following:

The importance to the child of continuing a preexisting relationship with the grandparent
The age and reasonable preference of the child
the willingness of the grandparent to encourage a close parent-child relationship
the length, quality and intimacy of the preexisting grandparental relationship
The emotional ties between the parent and child
The motivation and efforts of the grandparent to continue the grandparental relationship
The parental motivation for denying visitation
The mental and physical health of the grandparent
The mental and physical health of the child
The mental and physical health of the parent
The permanence and stability of the family unit and environment
The moral fitness of the parties
The character and behavior of any other person who resides in or frequents the homes of the parties
the quantity of visitation time requested and any adverse impact it would have on the child's customary activities
If both parents are dead, the benefit in maintaining the preexisting relationship.

Oklahoma also provides guidelines for proving parental unfitness in a suit for grandparent visitation; however, such a finding cannot be used to terminate parental rights. These factors include the following:

Chemical or alcohol dependency, untreated or unsuccessfully treated
A history of violent behavior or domestic abuse
An emotional or mental illness that impairs judgment or impairs the capacity to recognize reality or to control behavior
A failure to provide the child with proper care, guidance and support
Any other condition making the parent unable or unwilling to give a child reasonable parental care.

Adoption does not automatically terminate grandparents rights in Oklahoma as it does in some states. The law states that visitation may be sought if a grandchild is not living with the parents or if legal custody has been given to another party, except in some cases of legal adoption. Grandparents of a legally adopted child cannot request visitation after the adoption or in a case in which a child was adopted before the age of six months. Visitation rights that were awarded before the adoption may not be terminated without an action of the court.

Great-grandparents have the same right to visitation as grandparents.

I Want To Be A Criminal Defense Attorney?
I'm 15 Years Old And I Want To Be A Criminal Defense Attorney What Do I Need To Do To Become One I Know That I Need To Go To Law School But Is There Anything Differently That I Would Need To Do Differently Than Someone Who Was Like A Injury Lawyer Or Disability Lawyer

I think its awesome that that's what you want to do. To get to law school, you have to get a 4 year undergraduate degree first. It doesn't matter what you major in. The most popular majors before people go to law school are usually political science and history, though criminology or criminal justice would be a good undergrad major if you want to do criminal defense. Once you get your undergrad degree, you have to take the law school entrance exam, the LSAT.
In law school, everyone takes the same classes for the first year. After that, you can start taking more specialized classes. If you want to do criminal defense, you can also participate in moot court and a criminal law clinic (in the clinics you get to assist lawyers with real cases).
After you graduate, you have to pass the bar exam in the state where you want to practice. Then you're good to go.

The best thing you can do right now is keep your grades up and focus on your end goal.

*I also forgot to add that you can intern at a criminal court over the summers during law school and that should prepare you pretty well for the courtroom.*
*Oh yeah, another thing.... You can go to any law school and become a criminal defense attorney. Law schools teach all kinds of law.*

Attention Lawyers: Do I Have A Discrimination Case?
Would I Have A Discrimination Case? I Asked To Get Out Of The Pool Because I Was Wearing A Cotton Shirt And It &Quot;Ruins&Quot; Their Pool Filter. I Tried To Get Them To Understand That Because Of My Size (Women'S Size24)And The Size Of My Chest (F) That A T-Shirt Is The Modest Swimming Attire I Choose To Sport. I Was Told It Was An &Quot;Unexeptable Reason And To Leave The Pool Area&Quot;. I Made The Last Ditch Argument Of &Quot;But Those People Are Doing It Too!&Quot; (6 Other Individuals Were Also Sporting Modest Uv Protection In The Form Of A Cotton T-Shirt)And The Supervisor Said That Those People Will Be Dealt With. So I Cried As I Sat In The Shade Watching My Family Play And Felt That The Precious Little Money We Had Spent That Day Was Wasted. For 45 Minutes I Waited For The Supervisor To Handle Everyone Else Wearing A T-Shirt. He Just Sat In His Office As &Quot;They&Quot; (The Cotton People) Continued To Enjoy The Facilities. So I Went To His Office And Said &Quot; I'Ve Been Sitting Out, You Have Yet To Get Others Out Of The Pool, So I'M Going To Get Back In The Pool Till You Decide That Everyone Needs To Get Out. I'M Going To Enjoy The Afternoon With My Family&Quot;. He Threatened To Have Me Escorted Out By Police If I Dipped One Toe In The Pool. I Asked For His Supervisors Info And He Flat Refused And Said He Had Other Things To Take Care Of. I Insisted And Told Him Since I Was Paying To Enjoy The Park And Was Now Unable To, That I Would Just Keep Him Company Till He Found The Time To Get Me The Supers Info. He Found Time After About 10 Awkward Minutes Of Silence. He Chatted With His Supervisor About Personal Business Then Said, &Quot;Oh Boss, There'S A Woman Here (Briefed His Side Of The Mess And Then Handed Me The Phone) I Talked With The Supervisor, He Tried To Smooth Things Over. Told Me How The Cotton Shirts Are Detrimental To The Pool Filter And They Would Have To Shut Down. I Said If &Quot;If It'S So Detrimental Than He Should Immediately Asked The Others To Get Out Also, But He Didn'T And I Was Feeling Discriminated Against. The Others Were Still Out There. He Agreed And Said He Would Handle That Matter With Manager Pak And Agreed To Give Me A Refund Of Our Admission To The Park. Manager Pak Gets Back On The Phone And Laughs And Giggles And Shoots Looks At Me, Then Hangs Up. Rants About How It'S Not His Job To Tell People To Get Out Of The Pool, His Staff Is Trained To Do It And That He Only Deals With The Difficult Cases Such As Myself. Then Says He Will Get My Refund In A Few Minutes After I Get Him The Receipt. I Pointed Out That His Customer Service And Managerial Skills Were Seriously Lacking And His Supervisor Would Be Hearing From Me Again. He Said &Quot; Here'S Your Slip For A Refund, Now Leave.&Quot; Do I Have A Discrimination Case? I Don'T Want Money. I Want The Brat To Apologize To Me For His Rudeness And Bigotry Against Me, And Be Required To Attend Customer Service Classes (The Army'S Version Of &Quot;Customer College&Quot;). Your Help Drafting A Letter On Your Letter Head And Possibly A Phone Call Or Two Is What I Need From An Attorny, Any Helpers?

I assume what you are really asking is if you have a discrimination case based on weight, not T-shirt material.

The answer is still no. It's private property and you aren't a protected class. Sorry. I know it sucks. If they gave you back your money, that's the end.

Any Tips For Mock Trial Defense Attorney?
Important: It Is A Mock Trial Of Lee Harvey Oswald And I Am One Of The Two Defense Attorneys. Do You Have Any Information That Is Useful Wether It Be Pertaining To This Case, Or Just A Clever General Tactic. All Help Is Appreciated, Thank You.

I was once a mock trial coach, and I found that the kids on my team were woefully unprepared, so my first bit of advice is prepare, prepare, prepare. For each witness, read over any statements they have given many times. Know every bit of discovery backward and forward.
In trials, I always use a trial notebook. For me, this is a three-ring binder with index tabs for:
Opening Statement
One Tab for Each Prosecution Witness (for each one, put in any discovery for that person, with important areas highlighted, then have your list of cross exam questions that are suggested by the discovery)
One Tab for Each Defense Witness (again, put in discovery, and have your list of direct questions)
Closing Argument
Rules of Evidence (a summary)

You have to pretty much know the rules of evidence, you don't have much time to object.
The most important ones:
Hearsay (basically the witness is testifying to what someone else said, and the reason the other attorney is trying to get it in is that he's trying to prove that what the original speaker said is true)
Some common exceptions to the hearsay rule are : that it's an admission, in crim law, of the defendant; and that it was an excited utterance, said right away after a surprising event.
No Foundation (the witness hasn't testified that he or she has a basis for knowing what he or she is testifying about).
Irrelevant (the witness is testifying about something which doesn't prove or disprove a matter that's in dispute, like the elements of the crime).
Try to make your objections in kind of an indignant tone of voice, like you can't believe the other attorney is trying to pull this. That gives you some authority with the judge and jury, and it freaks out your opponent.
When the prosecution puts a police officer on the stand, they'll try to get in all of his credentials, like how long he's been a police officer, where he's worked, on and on. This is just to build up his credibility with the jury. Immediately interrupt, and say that the defense stipulates to his credentials.
Treat your client with respect. Look at him with interest, put your hand on his shoulder once in a while, and give him a legal pad and a pen so he can write notes to you. Then he won't interrupt your listening to the trial by whispering to you.
We all know that the Dallas cops beat the crap out of Lee Harvey Oswald, so put a bunch of black and blue make-up on his face, like his wounds haven't healed.
Good luck.

Applying For Probate....Deceased In Debt?
I Am The Sister Of The Deceased, I Have Completed The Pa1 Probate Form And Also The Iht205 Inheritance Tax Form. There Is No Money In The Deceased Estate, The Value Of His Property Will Only Pay Off The Mortgage Lender. However, There Is Debt Of Approx £12 000. All His Debt And Property Were In His Name Only As He Was Single. When I Receive The Grant Of Administration I Will Be Able To Communicate With The Mortgage Lender And All The Creditors Fully. However, If I Explain The Situation To The Creditors That Make Up £12000 Debt And Explain That There Is No Money Left In The Estate Firstly, How Do I Prove It?? Secondly Will They Keep Writing To Me Chasing The Debt Or Will They Just Eventually Write The Debt Off. Thanks

I am not trained in probate law and don't live in the UK, but you haven't gotten any other answers so far so I will tell you what I think I understand about the law in the US which is probably somewhat similar in the UK.

In the US, I'm almost certain that the creditors will have to write off any debt that exceeds the assets that your brother had. They might keep chasing you for awhile but here at least I don't think you have any legal responsibility to pay as long as your name wasn't associated with any of the debt.

There might be rules about how you are supposed to distribute what assets he had though so I think it would be a good idea to contact someone knowledgeable about the laws in the UK on this. If you give all the money to the mortgage lender and that's not how you were supposed to do it, then it's possible that the other creditors could come after you for whatever amount they should have gotten.

Can Anyone Recommend A Good Child Custody Attorney In The Chicagoland Area?
I Am Firing My Current Attorney And Need To Start All Over After 2 Years. I Need Someone Who Will Do The Work I Pay Them To Do And Within A Reasonable Time. My Attorney Has Let Too Much Time Pass And I Have Lost Out On A Lot. Thanks In Advance. I Do Not Want To Pick Another Attorney Blindly And End Up In The Exact Same Situation. I Don'T Know Anyone Else Going Through A Similar Situation Or Divorce! Any Advice Is Welcome.

divorce can tak a lot of time also the same goes for child custody..
i would ask around witht the peopel you work with or your friends also just look in the yellow pages and then ask before making a comitment to a an attorney
Good Luck