4 Methods To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you need a legal representative at all, you have to work closely using them to be able to win your case. Regardless of how competent they can be, they're gonna need your help. Here are four important approaches to help your legal team enable you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - regardless of what information you're going to reveal to them. Privilege means whatever you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team has to know all things in advance - particularly information the other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of all the information pertaining to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys because of the data they should help them to win. 3. Arrive Early For All Engagements Not be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, by being punctually, every time. In reality, because you may want to discuss last minute details or perhaps be extra ready for the situation you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for any kind of crime, it's important in order to convince the court which you both regret the actions and so are making strides toward boosting your life. For example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.
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Bars On Private Property Laws?
Are The Cops Aloud To Come To A Bar That Is On Private Property Of 8 Aces In Il. Anytime They Want , They Have To Drive About 500 Ft. Plus On My Property On My Road To Get To My Bar
Yes, generally. Is this a business?
Do you have allodial title for the land? If you don't know then you don't.
1. you don't own the land, the county does. You only own the structure on the land.
2. Odds are liquor laws don't allow anyone to sell liquor for commercial profit without a license. If you have a license probably gives the county or State authority to enforce that law, implied consent to enter the building.
3. They made need a warrant.
4. Are you open to the public? The police are part of the public.
If this is a private non-profit bar in your home, then you are safe.
Child Custody Advice Please Help!!?
Me And My Soon To Be Ex Are Having Extreme Issues With The Verbal Arrangements That We Have Made In Regards To Our Children. We Verbally Agreed That I Get Them On Friday Afternoon When They Get Out Of School And Also During Any Breaks During School Easter,Christmas Etc... I Have Moved On And Have Somebody Else In My Life And This Is Not Sitting Well With Him Because The Kids Really Enjoy Him And We Intend On Getting Married Down The Road. I Just Started A New Job Which Requires Me To Work 3Pm-11Pm And He Will Not Let My Boyfriend Pick Them Up Out Of Spite And Says &Quot;The Kids Should Not Be With Your Boyfriend When You Are At Work&Quot; Keep In Mind My Boyfriend Treats My Kids As If They Were His Own And I Am Extremely Comfortable With Him There With Them As Are They. And He Expects Me To Give Up This Job Which Has Great Benefits And Is In The Field I Enjoy Doing To Make Him Happy When I Am Doing The Best To Provide For My Children.We Are Not Legally Divorced Yet But Have Just Begun Speaking With An Attorney. While Married We Did Not Sleep In The Same Bed For Over 5Yrs An In Pennsylvania That Is Technically Divorced Without The Judge Signing Off On It. What Can I Do To Be Able To Still Have My Kids On The Days That We Verbally Agreed On?? He Is Using The Kids As A Pawn Against Me And This Is Not Fair To The Kids.Please Give Me Advice On This Matter Its Extremely Important To Me. Thanks So Much For All Who Answered
Get a lawyer, and work out a legally-binding visitation/custody arrangement. Your ex cannot legally keep you from seeing your children and should be required to make accommodations due to your schedule. However, being one of the custodial parents, he also has the right to not release his children into the care of what is, to him, a complete stranger. He doesn't know your boyfriend, and I completely understand how he would feel uneasy about giving his kids into the care of someone he doesn't know.
With that being said, there is nothing you can do about it without taking it to court, which is why you should be getting yourself a lawyer. Until there is a court-ordered binding visitation/custody agreement, there is nothing you can really go after your ex for. You say that you aren't even divorced yet, so there is nothing, legally, you can do about it, except get a lawyer and go to court over it.
And on another note - you just got out of what you felt was a bad relationship, and not even divorced yet. Rushing into another relationship already is the wrong thing to do. You need time to heal, whether you realize it or not. Your primary focus right now should be you and your kids, not some rebound boyfriend.
I Have Some Questions About Legal Issues?
If It Matters, I Live In Kentucky. I'M Not Sure If These Type Of Laws Vary From State To State.
I'Ll Be Turning 16 In Less Than A Month, My Mom And Dad Are Divorced And I Live With My Mom. I Would Like To Cut All Ties With My Dad, Is It True That I'M Allowed To Do That When I Turn 16?
Also, Since My Mom Is My Legal Guardian, Can She Sign For Me To Drop Out Of School Without My Dad'S Consent? And Please Just Answer My Question, I Really Don'T Want A Lecture From Someone Who Knows Nothing About My Situation.
One More Thing, If I Drop Out, Can I Still Get My Permit And License?
Dropping out is not the smartest thing to do. I will give you some practical advice: find some sort of legal aid session and ask a lawyer who knows Kentucky civil law.
If you live near a college, try contacting the Criminal Justice department or the Law degree program and ask if they offer any free legal aid. Otherwise, consult your county's Legal Bar and ask them or ask your church's pastor if there is a lawyer in the congregation that can help.
Unless you get an answer from a lawyer familiar with Kentucky law, you might not get the correct information you need.
What Do You Think Court Border Patrol Should Of Allowed 3 Times The Limit Drunk Driver To Drive?
The U.S. Border Patrol Has The Power To Stop Weapons Of Mass Destruction From Entering The Country And Protecting The Border From Illegal Immigrant Crossings.
That Power Does Not, However, Extend To Policing Erie Streets For Drunken Drivers, An Erie County Judge Has Ruled.
Judge John Garhart Has Thrown Out The Evidence Against A Woman Who Was Detained By A U.S. Border Patrol Agent Who Said He Observed Her Swerving Her Vehicle In Traffic At A Time When Her Blood Alcohol Content Was Measured At More Than Three Times The Legal Limit For Driving, 0.08 Percent.
Garhart Granted A Suppression Motion By The Woman, Corrine Breon, Whose Lawyer, Stephen Sebald, Argued That A U.S. Border Patrol Agent Improperly Detained Her Before Calling Erie Police To Arrest Her.
Garhart Said The Agent, Identified As &Quot;Agent Gregory&Quot; In Court Records, Acted Reasonably And Responsibly And In Good Faith.
&Quot;He Was Nearly Hit By Miss Breon And Was Clearly Concerned, Not Only With Her Welfare, But That Of The Other Citizens Of The Commonwealth.&Quot;
But Garhart Said That The Agent Did Not Have The Authority To Conduct The Stop Either As A Federal Agent Or As A Private Citizen.
Sebald Welcomed The Ruling.
&Quot;It Is The Right Decision. When Law Enforcement Does Not Understand The Parameters Of Authority, It Just Opens Up Pandora'S Box,&Quot; He Said.
The Case Stemmed From A Traffic Incident That Occurred Jan. 16, 2010, On West Eighth Street.
This is outrageous! There is no question as to her guilt. Our legal system has allowed her to get away with drunk driving because there were no police officers in the area to observe her driving drunk? What kind of message is that sending out to our kids? Does she get a free pass when she hits and kills someone while driving drunk as long as she runs away and there are no police officers to observe her doing so? Is she safe at "home base" because she made it to her driveway? What is wrong with you people? I wonder why society is going down the drain!
I am whole-heartedly disgusted with our justice system.
Does Anybody Know Of A Good But Cheap Child Support Attorney In Des Moines Iowa?? I’M Desperate Please Help?
I Am Desperate Guys And Gals. My Daughters Mother Has Made My Life Hell Since Day One. She Filed A Protective Order On Me After I Left Her, I Told Her 3 Weeks Later That I Would Be With Her And She Dropped The Protective Order. She Threatens Me With Court, And Lawyers And Kidnapping Every Time I Have Visitation With My Daughter. Their Is No Court Order For Custody, Visitation, Or Child Support At The Time, But I Was Served Papers Yesterday Regarding Court For Paternity, And Child Support. I Have Tons Of Documentation Between Me And My Child'S Mom Where She Is Threatening Me, Telling Me She Hopes I Die And I Can See My Daughter If She Isn'T Insane Or Feeling Insane At That Point. Im At My Wits End And Don'T Have Much Left In Me. I Don'T Make Much Money 21K Year, And Attempted To Go Through Iowa Legal Aid, But Since My Child'S Mother Went Thier, They Advised Me It Would Be A Conflict Of Interest To Help Me.
Sounds like you need a child custody lawyer, not support. Support you are going to have to pay no matter what you make. That is normally set following a guideline based on your income and her income.
If you want time with your daughter, then you need to file for visitation or even shared custody so you can at least know she is safe when she's with you.
Law Student Needing Help! I'M Studying To Be A Paralegal And Need Help In Civil Litigation Pleadings; Please!!
My Professor Gave Us A Ficticious Case And Now We Must Find The Correct Forms To Fill Out Etc. I Know We Have To Find A Medical Release Form, Look Up The Ca Statute Of Limitations, And Write A Retainer Agreement. The Case Is A Civil Suit For Personal Injury. Our Client Was Hit By A Car And Shattered Her Pelvis And Is Claiming Also Some Brain Damage. She Has 2 Kids 3 & 1 1/2, And Is A Student. I'M Having A Problem Finding A Retainer Agreement So If Someone Has Any Tips On Writing One Please Reply, Or If Anyone Can Give Me Any Advise On Civil Litigation Procedings It Would Be Very Appreciated! Thank You For Taking The Time To Reading This. Take Care And Wish Me Luck!!
The retainer agreement is usually longer than the first poster's example (at least 3-5 pages long). A medical release can be anywhere from 1-4 pages long, depending on whether one wants the HIPPA language in it.
Here are some samples (specifically for hospitals):
Also, please note that Retainer Agreements vary by the state (because one will want to cite to state law within the retainer agreement). But here are some samples:
Again, each state's requirements for the retainer agreement are different.
Here is one from the California State Bar (since it looks like you're looking for CA):
It's at the bottom where it states "Sample Written Fee Agreement Forms."
CA Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury is 2 years from the date of the incident (it's either in the Civil Code section 340 et seq. or Code of Civil Procedure Section 340 et seq. [sorry, can't remember which at the time, but you can search for it with Findlaw.com).
Statute of limitations is different for the children (if they were injured in the accident).