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Help Me Find A Lawyer?
How Can U Get A Lawyer If U Can Pay For It Right Away? My Husband Wants To Divorce Me, But Wants Us To Share The Same Lawyer... I Want Us To Get Our Own Lawyers, But He Says He Won'T Pay For Me To Have A Lawyer To Fight Against Him... He Is The Us Army Getting Ready To Deploy, And I'M 8 Months Pregnant And Been Unable To Work The Past Couple Of Months. So The Money That Is In Our Checking Account Is Ours Or Well Mostly His B/C He Is The One Working, But Without Being Married To Me He Would Be Making Like Half That... I'Ve Tried To Save Our Marriage Offering Counseling And Everything I Could But He Is So Set On It... Is There Anyway I Can Get Some Sort Of Lawyer To Help Me Fight??? What About For Custody Of Our Baby? Y Should He Have Any Custody, Hes The One Who Wants To Leave Our Marriage????
You could try what I have been doing (divorce still in process) but the only thing my son is older (20) so it doesn't involve him at all. A para-legal is a lot cheaper than a lawyer. When she knew we were getting a divorce-she withdrew half of our money from the bank. (in a marriage-half is hers legally) So I went to a paralegal-got things rolling.(I filed) They are just short of being a 'lawyer' and they basically can do what a lawyer does. They have all the forms etc. You can talk to them just to see if you want to go that route. Custody wise-I would think he would have 50/50 rights. And plus him being in the Army-his Commander will take care of his money situation-if he likes it or not. YOU need to file (at least for a separation) to get rolling things Good Luck!!! Turn it around-and you file for divorce-that way he will have to pay child support, (he will have to pay anyhow) possible spousal support etc. But talk to a paralegal first!! They will HELP you!! Your choice now?????????????? I am in Ca.-so it might be different for you if you live in another state..You can also get a free consultation from a divorce lawyer................
What Is The Punishment For A Felony Dui With Great Bodily Injury?
It Happened In California.
A violation of Veh C 23153 (driving under the influence and causing bodily injury -- it need not be great bodily injury) can be filed as a misdemeanor or a felony. As a felony it has a maximum sentence of three years in prison, as a misdemeanor a maximum sentence of one year in jail. For a first offense, probation is the most likely outcome. Whether prosecuted as a felony or misdemeanor, that will involve at least 5 days in jail, a fine in the area of $1,900, and a one-year license suspension. (Veh C 23554, 23556.) There will also be required restitution to the victim, unless the defendant's insurance company paid for it (and a lot of insurance companies do not cover damages caused by drunk driving). That means that the defendant has to pay even if the victim's insurance company also paid.
BTW, since "great" bodily injury is NOT required to commit this offense, it is NOT necessarily a "strike" (serious felony) under California law. (People v. Thoma (2007) 150 Cal.App.4th 1096.)
Everyone Is Telling Me It Isn'T Illegal For A Cop To Stick His Foot In The Door To Keep You From Closing It, But My Lawyer Got A Search?
Suppressed For That Very Reason. My Question Is, Even Though All The Charges Against Me Went Away, Why Can'T I Sue The Officer For Clearly Violating My 4Th Amendment Rights And Trashing My House.
He Basically Showed Up For &Quot;Loud Noise&Quot; And When Opened The Door He Stuck His Foot In So I Couldn'T Close It, Then When I Stepped Away To Get My Id He Opened The Door And Claimed Drugs Were In Plain Sight. Turns Out, That Isn'T Legal... Shouldn'T He Know That And Isn'T That Negligent On His Part?
You have to give us more information before making such a judgement.
The officer could have been acting under the best information at the time.
While that action may be questioned in court later, it may not be actionable now.
For example, if a police officer is searching a burning home for victims and comes across a stash of drugs, that evidence may be suppressed as it was obtained out of the scope of the officers actions without a warrant.
Now, you are contemplating civil actions and the rules are different there. The actions the office used could be legal in civil case and HIS subsequent actions could be seen as a reasonable response per department policy.
However, if you have 7-10 grand to retain a lawyer you can start a civil proceeding IF you have actual damages you can show. It will be 5 or so years before the case can go to trial, but if you have the money and time, good luck.
What Should I Know About Intellectual Property Law Career?
I'M Graduating This Spring And After Working For Couple Of Years I May Apply For Llm. I'M Not Very Interested In Commercial Law And Civil Law.Although I Enjoy Criminal Law I Cant See Myself Doing It My Whole Life. So Would I Enjoy Intellectual Property Law? Its Too Late To Get That Course In School Since It Only Opens In Fall Semester.
Intellectual property law would definitely have you working with a different type of client than some of the other areas of law -- creative artists, musicians, designers, inventors... the nuances between fair use and infringement alone are fascinating! I would highly recommend taking some type of class on it, or even buying a book and educating yourself, to get a feel for the scope of intellectual property law. You might like it!
Good luck :)
Is There Any Place To Get Legal Advice For Free?
I Have Decided To Leave My Home Once I Turn 18. I Will Be Moving In With My Girlfriend Who Lives In Ny, I Am Currently In Indiana. She Lives With Her Mom N Sis. They Accept Me And Are Really Nice People. My Dad Molested Me As A Kid. I Read Some Where That I Cannot Leave If I Am Still 18 And If I Do, They Can Try To Take Me Back. What Are The Legal Actions My Parents Can Take To Make Me Stay Home? Can They Call The Police And Report Me As A Missing Person If I Decide To Leave Without Telling Them( This Is The Real Thing I Am Going To Do).
Where did you read that?
You probably have a local 'Legal Aid society.
Try them for advice on your rights.
Just tell them you 'want out' ASAP.
Don't tell them you plan to sneak away.
They could be obligated to inform your parents.
I don't know Indiana Law, but generally once you're 18, you can leave.
If you're still in school, in some States, you might be required to finish High School
if your parents insist on it, but that's about all I've heard that might apply.
As to a missing person report, a letter mailed to the local police as you depart,
stating that you left of your own accord, are legally an adult, and want to sever
connections with your family, and why, should keep them off you.
(And save them wasted effort which they will appreciate.)
- You need not state your destination.)
Kentucky Juvenile Sex Offender Laws?
I Have A Family Member That Has Pled Guilty To Sex Abuse, 1St Degree In Kentucky. Th Kentucky Department Of Juvenile Justice Has Done An Assessment On Him And His Lawyer Has Had An Indepedent Assessment Done As Well. This Boy Has Never Been In Any Trouble With The Law Or In School Ever Before. Will They Just Make Him Go To Sex Offender Counseling Or Remove Him From The Home Or What??? Any Advice From Anyone Would Be Helpful. Serious Replies Only Please.
The Djj Worker On Her Recommendations It States Detention Until Placed Into Residential Treatment Program. But, Everyone Else Has Just Recommended Counseling.
Not sure about Kentucky But You don't mention his age which is a consideration,you dint mention the nature of the offense,beyond whatever Kentucky feels is 1st degree material, obviously serious... The law varies from state to state, But I am thinking of Factors (such as a 17yo M with a 14 or 15 yo f ... Point is the state is always going to suggest maximum penalties... The sad Part is This sex offender status will follow him for the rest of his life More these days then ever, even as a under aged man at the time of the incident ...