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Family Law Lawyers in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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Can Us Treasury Garnish Personal Injury Settlement?
If I Receive A Check From My Lawyer For A Personal Injury Settlement, In The State Of Florida.. And I Do Not Deposit The Check In Any Bank Account, But Just Cash It, Can It Be Garnished Some How? Starting This Year, The Treasury Started Garnishing My Wages For A Debt In The Amount Of $15,000 That I Owe The Treasury (Not The Irs). I Understand That If I Open A Bank Account They Can Take It, But Can They Still Garnish It From The Check I Would Receive From My Lawyer Some How?

Sounds like maybe you have unpaid student loans. sure they can take your money, off the top, and if they hear (which they will) that you came into a settlement and cashed it then they will demand their share. Seems to me by law they are only allowed to take a certain percentage of offset with regard to monthly payments, however I believe they can put a lien on any account you have, plus take you to court to share that amount. Why would you be hanging onto money from a PI settlement case anyway since when you get money from a PI settlement 1/3 goes to your attorney, 1/3 goes to pay your bills, and 1/3 should go to you but 1/3 isn't usually a lot of money. I'd say give it up and pay down your debt (which is probably adding a hefty interest charge).

Who Is Philadelphia'S Best Dui Dwi Lawyer?

Evan M. Levow

About him: (Only does DUI Defense work)

* Instructor in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing - International Association of Chiefs of Police
* Qualified in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing - National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
* National College for DUI Defense DWI ATTORNEYS
* Association of Trial Lawyers of America
* American Bar Association
* Camden County Bar Association.
* National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
* American Civil Liberties Union
* 1988 - Bachelor of Arts at University of Pittsburgh
* 1991 - Degree from Rutgers University School of Law at Camden
* 1991 - Admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and New Jersey Bar
* 1992 - Admitted to the Bar of the U.S. Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit
* 1995 - Admitted to the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court.


You can see all of his information here:

http://www.dwiattorney.com/pennsylvania/Philadelphia.html

If you were arrested for a DUI I would at least call his office for a free consultation. He can give you great insight about your case.

What Do You Do To Become A Lawyer That Specalizes In Criminal Law And How Much Dose That Type Of Lawyer Eurn?

If you live in the USA:
1. Take the LSAT exam;

2. make sure you have atleast a B average GPA;

3. research law schools and apply;

4. graduate law school and hope you are still sane.

5. take and pass the Bar exam, the worst exam on planet earth.

Then you can work on criminal cases once you pass the Bar.

What they earn depends on whether you work for a firm, or government. It ranges widely.

Best Type Of Law To Practice?
I Always Hear About How Some Lawyers Are Miserable, I Mean Working 80 Hours A Week And Defending Crack Dealers But On The Other Hand I Always Hear About Super Happy Lawyers Who Gets The Big Bucks And Still Live A Good Social Life. ThereĀ“S Must Be Something About The Type Of Law They Practice In. So Lawyers, Whats The Best Type Of Law To Practice. (Make It A Top 5 If Its Possible).

To answer your last question first, and I do this as a prior Legal Secretary/Clerk. Those who are happy AND get the big bucks have law clerks/paralegals, etc. that do MUCH of the research and briefing for them. They charge their client their hourly rate usually $250 plus, while the SECS get paid anywhere from $15 to $22 per hour.

As for the type of law to practice that depends on, (if you want to be good at what you do) your passion for a particular area of law.

Criminal Law is still the fastest growing while corporate law is the most lucrative. Employment Law is on the rise of popularity as well. So, it just depends. Tax Law is interesting in that 93 Million Americans do not pay their federal taxes.

California Legal Knife Law?
I Need To Know If It Is Legal To Carry A Hunting Knife In The Trunk Of A Car In California, Thanks In Advance. I Require A Source.

Having a hunting knife concealed in the trunk of a car is not illegal under STATE law, because the only statute which prohibits the concealed carrying of knives is Penal Code section 12020, which prohibits dirks or daggers (and all knives are dirks and daggers) from being concealed ON THE PERSON. Although "on the person" can extend to things like bags or purses being carried by the person, carrying something in a trunk could not conceivably be on the person. A colleague of mine recently had a court rule that a knife in a backpack was not on the person, because it was too hard to get to if the hiker had wanted to use it. However, since California allows local regulation of knives, having a knife concealed in trunk coiuld conceivably violate some local ordinance.

Could you carry this knife concealed on your person? That is very unclear. The law regulating knives in California is presently in disarray. The only state statute which specifically prohibits knife possession is Cal. Penal Code section 653k, which prohibits the possession (concealed or not) of switchblade knives with blades over 2 inches in length. Of course, a hunting knife is not a switchblade.

The other applicable statute is Penal Code section 12020, which prohibits the concealed carrying upon the person of dirks or daggers. In the case of People v. Rubalcava, 23 Cal.4th 322, the California Supreme Court said that just about any pointy thing can be a dirk or dagger, including steak knives and knitting needles. The decision appears to say the concealed carrying on the person of any pointy thing violates the law, which would, of course, include a hunting knife. (The law also appears to prohibit the concealed carrying of a knife even in your own home, although it is legal to carry a concealed firearm in your own home. I love California law!)

However, the Rubalcava court also says that they are relying upon an older decision, People v. Grubb, 63 Cal.2d 614, which said that it was unlawful to have an ordinary useful object only in circumstances which indicated that the possessor intended to use the object for a dangerous purpose. Even with such circumstances, the possessor could defend by showing its intended use for peaceful purposes. It is very unclear whether the Rubalcava court is applying this same standard.

So, is the concealed possession on the person of an ordinary knife (not a switchblade) illegal? Frankly, at this time I do not know for sure. Penal Code section 12020 says that a knife is not concealed if it is in a sheath openly carried and affixed to the belt, but there are local ordinances which prohibit openly carrying knives (usually of over 3" or thereabouts).

This is an area of law in California which is completely fouled up at the moment, and it is difficult to advise anybody whether, and how, they can lawfully carry a knife, but I can say I don't think it is a violation of state law to have a hunting knife in a car trunk.

Depending upon the city or county, I am less sure about whether there could be a violation. Given the multiplicity of cities and counties in California, it is impossible to say for sure whether any prohibited knives concealed within vehicles.

Sorry I cannot be more precise than that at present.

Does Anybody Know A Good Criminal Juvenile Lawyer In The Kansas City Area?

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