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Correlation Of Law And Lawyers?
For My Philosophy Class I Was Wanting To Find The Correlation, If Any, Between The Number Of Laws To The Number Of Lawyers. If You Have Any Clue Please Help.
Research any state. Determine the number of lawyers over a period of time, and track this against the number of laws made by that state's legislature.
Calling All Criminal Attorneys.....?
I Live In Indiana And I Am Thinking About Going To Law School. I Want To Be A Criminal Attorney....If You Are, What Do Like About The Job And Dislike? What Type Of Salary Can You Expect? Is The Lsat Hard? Any Other Advice You Can Give Me???? (Serious Answers Only)
First and foremost, you should realize that if you are a criminal attorney straight out of law school you will likely be working for a public defender's office or a prosecutor's office. Both of those jobs pay poorly -- like in the range of $35K to $55K when you start. As an attorney, I generally tell people not to go to law school -- find three happy attorneys before you consider doing it.
Domestic (U.S.) Adoption Attorney Referrals?
Has Anyone Adopted A Child/Infant In The U.S. Using An Adoption Attorney And If So Who Did You Use And Were You Satisified? This Is One Of Many Avenues We Are Taking To Finding The Right Representation. Thanks In Advance For Your Help.
Our experience with our attorney was pretty rough. He was in an accident and in traction for months. He later had his paralegal do the work (I paid for him) and this got messed up for a min. It ended up taking about 18months to finalize because when you go through an attorney tha agency is in no hurry to do the thing needed.
Also it seemed like , because there's a taboo about talking about money, he kept coming up with new costs that weren't in the contract. I felt like if I told him the costs weren't just I'd look like I didn't love my son enough. It's extortion.
Is It Hard To Drive A Car While Under The Influence Of Marijuana?
Because My Friend Does It All The Time, And He Seems To Drive Good While Hes Stonned.. Is That Just A Myth? Driving While High On Weed Will Imapare Your Driving Skills? I Think Not.
Some interesting info:
My introduction to marijuana and driving occurred when I read an article about that subject in the June 1980 issue of Car and Driver magazine. The authors of this article deliberately chose from the very beginning to not even consider the possibility that anyone could be driving responsibly while under the influence of marijuana.
But when yielding their own scientific test results, possibly the first such testing ever conducted scientifically on drivers under the influence of marijuana, and when quoting the U. S. government's own test results, concluded that motivated drivers, stoned on marijuana, were about as good as unstoned drivers in the same tests, although some stoned drivers actually improved a bit when they weren't goofing off, sleeping, or looking at the clouds. (To arrive at most of the rational conclusions of the article, one must go to the very end section.)
The scientific tests mentioned in the article were quoted by Dr. Alan C. Donelson of the Highway Safety Research Institute in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I didn't see the older studies on the internet, but later studies are readily available.
More cautious drivers ? Although marijuana definitely impairs driving in laboratory test conditions, the amount of impairment produced in real-life city traffic conditions was minimal or non-existent! The amount of impairment measured in the lab never exceeded the impairment produced by .08% Blood Alcohol Level (or BAL), the minimum measurment of alcohol produced impairment necessary to produce a DWI or DUI arrest in most areas. The main danger could be the possibility of mixing alcohol and marijuana. It is possible that marijuana makes the effect of alcohol a little worse. How worse, the study did not quantify.
U.S. Department of Transportation,
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
(DOT HS 808 078), Final Report, November 1993:
"This program of research has shown that marijuana, when taken alone, produces a moderate degree of
driving impairment which is related to the consumed THC dose. The impairment manifests itself mainly in the
ability to maintain a steady lateral position on the road, but its magnitude is not exceptional in comparison
with changes produced by many medicinal drugs and alcohol. Drivers under the influence of marijuana retain
insight in their performance and will compensate, where they can, for example, by slowing down or increasing
effort. As a consequence, THC's adverse effects on driving performance appear relatively small."
The study used actual, stoned Dutch drivers (in Holland) and it was paid for by our government.
Who Is The Best Immigration Attorney In Chicago?
I Am An American Citizen And I Am Getting Married To A Jordanian Citizen. I Have Heard Horror Stories Of Mis-Filings Leading To Crazy Delays. Does Anyone Know Where I Can Find A List Of The Highest Ranking Immigration Attorneys? Or Has Anyone Had Particular Success With An Individual They Can Recommend?
Thanks In Advance.
"Best" is subjective
here's how you find a lawyer: there is a free service at www.martindale.com - click on Chicago and click on immigration attorneys
Then, let your fingers do the walking
I also recommend you look for the lawyers' memberships in various organizations such as immigration lawyers - that tends to show more interest in this complex field of law
Good luck to you - we just went thru this with a Colombian adoption
In Need Of Serious Legal Help!!!!?
My Son Was Suspended From School Today For Being Under The Influence. My Son Claims To Have Only Had Two Shots Of Tequila Yesterday And Had Nothing More. He Got Sick At School And The Teacher Claimed To Have Smelled Alcohol On Him. I Did Not Smell It On Him This Morning. The Police Officer At The School Said He Failed A Pen Test But The School Never Breathalyzed Him. They Suspended Him For 5 Days And 3 Days In Iss. Can I Sue The School For This? He Was Wrongly Punished. What Should I Do?
Are you in need of serious legal help? Yes.
Can you sue the school? No.
What should you do? First, wise up. I've seen this problem first hand. (Trust me on this.) This wasn't the first or second or third time your son was drinking. He's likely an alcoholic. Check your liquor cabinet. Even if the bottles look full, taste them. The booze may have been watered down. Possibly he's not drinking at home, but somewhere else. Or at least has a bottle or two stashed somewhere else.
Question: Has he been missing school lately? Even if he's been leaving for school, check his attendance there. Has he been skipping classes?
Question: Has he been to the doctor lately, maybe more than once, for any health issues? If so, get your son to sign a HIPAA release so that you can talk frankly to the doctor. Today, even if pediatricians or other physicians are told by the patient that they're drinking, the physician won't reveal that to the parent. You need the HIPAA release to get the truth out of the physician.
Look: You can ask your son all this. He's going to lie to you. Oh yes, he will.
And I know you don't want to hear this. You think he's just had a drink or two, and your son's telling you this is the first time. If you believe that, I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you.
He's showing up drunk at school. He admits to drinking. The teacher smells booze on him. Your son failed a pen test in the presence of a police officer.
Your son needs medical help. And, yes, consult with a lawyer. Not to sue the school, but to figure out what steps you need to take to keep your son from being expelled.
Again, I know that's not what you want to hear. But it's the truth.