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Some of the cites we server are,
How To Find A Lawyer?
How Can I Find A Lawyer That Will Charge 1,000 Dollars Or Less In Ca
And How Can I Search For One?
calbar.org is the state bar web site
Ummm....Can Anybody Please Tell Me Some Good Criminal Law Attorneys' Websites.........Some Reallly Goooood Ones! I Wanna Thank The People Who Will Actual Take The Time To Do So...You Just Might Get Best Answer....Alright Now I Really Appreciate It...Peace!
That depends on so many factors. What do you need the site for? Just research or are you looking for representation? If you are looking for representation we would need to know your state in order to be able to recommend a good criminal lawyer.
You can always do a google search saying something like :
top law firms, your city or state, criminal law
you should be able to find it easy
Identify The Steps In The Legal Research Process?
I Need Some Help Here, This Is An Elective, I Just Need Someone To Simply This For Me. Thank You
I never knew there were specific steps, but here goes:
When I was in law school, we had to file legal analyses. We started with the issue and divided it up into relevant questions that needed to be discussed. Then we went to Westlaw and checked out the keynotes for cases that addressed those very points. After that we went to Shepherd's to look up those cases, and see how the courts had treated them (upheld, cited, overturned, etc.) If anything was noted as a specific treatment, I'd look up that case and see if it pertained to my issue. If it did, I'd start the process all over until I had the most on-point cases that were the most up-to-date.
After I had my cases, I'd write a discussion of the cases, and write a conclusion as to what the court would do based on these cases.
How Many Victories In A Year Is Considered Very Good For A Criminal Defense Attorney?
In A Medium Sized City Of About 500,000 People. I Know A Lot Of It Has To Do With How Many Cases Are Tried To Begin With, But I'M Just Looking For A Good Ball-Park Figure. Preferably, Anyone With Experience With Attorneys Or Court Should Answer
This is not the right way to measure the situation.
The biggest factors in whether a case will be won or lost are all outside the attorney's control. It is only in a very small portion of cases where the quality of the attorney will have any impact on the likelihood of a conviction. Some attorneys will specialize in cases that are easier to defend (e.g., white collar crime, drug possession cases where suppression of evidence may be a common issue, etc.) whereas other attorneys may specialize in cases that are much harder to defend (e.g., major felony trials where the prosecution and police have gone to great lengths to conduct a proper investigation and gather evidence).
As you mention, it also will depend on the number of cases tried by the attorney. If the attorney tries serious felony or murder cases, odds are they may have only had ~5-10 clients in the past year, and odds are that all of them were convicted. On the other hand, an attorney specializing in misdemeanor DUI law may handle well in excess of 50 cases a year, in which case they probably have acquired a one or tmaybe two not guilty verdicts from those cases. Criminal defendants are almost always found guilty, because there are significant protections in place to ensure that a person is guilty (and that it can be proven) before they are even charged.
Most attorneys who try only major crimes will likely see only a handful of not guilty verdicts in their entire careers. More often, cases will be dismissed before trial or terminated at the preliminary hearing stage, prior to the trial being conducted.
What a good attorney CAN do is work with a client to get a good plea bargain, minimize the sentence, etc. etc. etc.
It is difficult for the general public to distinguish among attorneys. Personally, when selecting an attorney, I would start by looking for attorneys who practice ONLY criminal defense law, who have a minimum of 5-10 years of experience, who previously worked for the agency prosecuting you (e.g., the same DA's office, the US Attorney office, etc.), and who did well at a top nationally ranked law school (e.g., Harvard, Yale, Duke, Stanford, Georgetown) or a the best local law school. Of course, this attorney will be much more expensive.
I would also want an attorney who specializes in or has significant experience in cases of my type. i.e., if it is DUI, I would want someone who mainly or exclusively practices DUI law. If it is murder, I would want someone who has tried several murder cases. If it is white collar crime, someone specializing in that. As a practical matter, this is a bit of a "wish list" and you will not find attorneys meeting these criteria in a town of 500K people, and if you are able to find them, their rates will be astronimical.
After getting a short list, I would interview each attorney and make a final decision based on my gut feeling and the rate the attorney charges.
I would also be cautious of any attorney whose rate is significantly below the local average.
Why Did Rick Perry Attack Lawyers In Texas For Filing Realistic Law Suits And Doing There Small Business Job?
Lawyers Do Run Small Business
Law Firms Are Small Business Is Perry Dumb Or What Hes Talking About He Says Doctors Are Small Business By Lawyers Are Not Get This Kid Outa Politics
How can SO many people spell the word 'their' by using 'there' ??!!
The grammar is faulty(it may be a typo).
I'm sick and tired of the ill-educated tw!ts coming on here with their ridiculous questions(not necessarily this one).
Countless answers are absurd and childish and rude and utterly inane, yet they keep on coming.
I'm on here in a serious 'vein' - the rest of you should be too. This is NOT a plaything to use in anonymity, simply because all that can happen to you is to be reported and deleted.
Sad story that. The rules should be MUCH stricter, IMHO.
To the asker - I really don't care about republicans. I prefer liberal Democrats and Democrats in general.
Your question may be of importance to you, but it means nothing to me or to countless Y/A members who would rather post about issues AT THE TOP OF THE FOOD CHAIN.
We cannot be bothered with the mundane topic(s) in your rather run-on question, which definitely shows a lack of knowledge of proper grammar.
Sorry about that.
What Are The Steps To Becoming A Lawyer? All Steps?
Wanting To Be A Civil Rights Attorney. All Classes I Need To Take? Hours? Everything. Thanks :)
Step one: finish HS with a good GPA. Take all classes you can to challenge yourself intellectually and to develop a strong sense of self confidence.. Strong English/writing/critical thinking skills. Get on the debate team, and possibly take acting as well. Stay out of trouble. Get a job. You will need the experience and the money.
Step two: get a 4 year degree. Any major is fine. You might want to get one in something you can use if you do not become a lawyer. Sorry to say, the law field is over-saturated, and law school graduates are having serious trouble finding jobs. Get good grades. Same focus as above. Plus, get involved in whatever organizations you can to help you to see first-hand some of the civil rights issues people face on a daily basis.Also work while in school. College graduates with no work experience are having it rough trying to get hired.
Step three: apply to lots of law schools. Get accepted and attend. Get involved. Network like crazy, you're going to need it to find a job.Pass the bar.
Step four: find a job