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Why Would A President And His Attorney General Place Thousands Of Weapons In Criminal Hands Of Another Country?
President Obama'S And Eric Holder Placed Thousands Of Taxpayer-Funded Assault Rifles In The Hands Of Mexican Narcotraficos Under Their Operation Fast And Furious, That Will Be Killing Many Thousands Of Innocent People For Years To Come.
I Can Understand Liberal Desire To Sacrifice Thousands Of Lives They Consider Worthless, To Create A Public Outcry That Would Enable Further Federal Restrictions Of Firearms, But Could Another Reason Be To Further Destabilize Mexico, So That It Too Can Be Collapsed And Rebuilt With Another Form Of Government?
What Are Various Reasons President Obama And Attorney General Holder Would Want To Arm Criminals In Our Neighboring Country Of Mexico.
Because he sold out to the Federal Reserve, Wachovia was busted for laundering money in 2009 and became "Wells Fargo" I guess we are supposed to forget. 400 Billion dollars in Laundering money and 20 thousand lives lost. And now Holder and Obama are sending Guns down there.
It was reported by alternative media (of course, who else?) that the gun problems in Mexico were actually a result of the billions of dollars cartels make per year, with the help of our largest financial institutions who are more than happy to launder their drug money, and the fact that they will stop at nothing to acquire the weapons. As it turns out, most of the guns being smuggled into Mexico come from countries other than the United States, including Russia and China.
Difference Between Law Schools?
I’M A College Sophomore, And I’M Considering Law School After Graduation. Currently In New York For College But I’M Originally From The West Coast. The Two Schools That I’M Shooting For Is Either Stanford Or Berkeley. Stanford Is Ranked Higher But Is There Any Difference Between The Two Schools. Will It Be Easier To Get Jobs From Stanford? How Important Is Rank?
As a practicing California attorney and Stanford law alum, I can tell you that the difference with respect to job prospects after graduation is very minimal. While its true that some firms simply don’t hire graduates of lower ranked schools, Stanford and Boalt Hall (Berkeley’s Law School) have consistently been ranked in the top 10 schools in the country. Any firm recruiting at Stanford will also be recruiting at Boalt. You will earn the same and your work will also be evaluated the same.
The one area where going to a higher ranked school may have an impact is if you decide to practice very far away (geographically) from the location of your law school.
My friends from law school who wanted to practice in New York or DC had no problems finding jobs. Similarly, while my firm mostly hires graduates from CA schools, new associates from Yale, Harvard, Columbia, NYU, etc. is not uncommon. However, we don't have associates from other highly ranked but non-elite law school from outside California. While I know for a fact Boalt grads are practicing out east, it just seems to me that fewer Boalt grads move east. This may be attributed to a greater personal desire from Stanford grads to practice east or it may be a result of Stanford’s higher ranking. If it can be attributed to Stanford's rank, then its a very minimal bump. I still think that a JD from Boalt will not harm you in anyway. My hunch is that your academic record in school and how well you interview will have a bigger impact on your job prospects than whether your law degree says Stanford or Boalt. Now, I’m not in a position to make hiring decisions, but I’ve been at the same firm for 5 years and I’ve had discussions with partners who do make hiring decisions.
Law students sometimes place too much emphasis on which school they go to. Once you get into practice, you will find out that the law school you attended is most helpful in securing your first job. After that, your work performance will determine if you will be invited to stay at that firm, advance toward partner track, or if your work product will allow you to secure positions at larger and more prestigious firms. While my firm does not hire new law graduates from any school ranked lower than 30, we have several attorneys in the firm from lower ranked schools that came to us as lateral hires from other firms. Usually, they are very competent attorneys with proven track records. While rankings are important, your job prospects will ultimately be dictated by your abilities.
Ah, yes from the poster below I can see how my answer might give you the impression that ranking does not matter. My comment deals with differences in rank within the top 10 law schools.The law student below is absolutely correct when he says rankings matter. They do and thats just a fact of the legal profession.
My Mom Died In Nh But We Lived In Md Where Would I Have To Find A Lawyer To Get Help With Her Last Wishes?
My Dads A *** He Has Basically Taken Money And Ran. Claims He Has A Ton Of Bills But He Is A Alcoholic And Drug User And Doesn'T Spend Money Wisely. My Mom Was Having Marital Issues With Him. Doctors Feel He Tried To Avoid Anything To Prolong Her Life When We Knew It Was Her Wishes.
Sorry for your loss. Losing a parent can be very difficult. You might want to pose your question to an estate lawyer in MD since it sounds like thats where the estate is located. You might need to give them documented proof of your Father's neglect so they can settle the estate more equitably. If you can, get the Doctor's to write letters about why they felt your Dad tried to "avoid anything to prolong her life" and get these to the lawyer ASAP.
I Need A Very Good Divorce Lawyer !!?
I Need A Very Good Divorce Lawyer In Houston, Tx. Can Someone Please Recommend One. My Husband Is Trying To Take My Child Away From Me. I Already Have A Court Date And I Don'T Know Of A Good Lawyer. Please Let Me Know Of A Good One I Don'T Care How Much I Have To Pay. Thank You!
I would call the Texas Bar Association and ask for a recommendation for a top notch divorce attorney who can help you keep custody of your child. I would explain to them that money is no option. They will refer you to one of the best on their list.
What Are Your Feelings On These? Would You Have One? Why Or Why Not?
On A Personal Note:
We Do Have One. It Was My Fiance And His Mothers Idea
Ours Only States That What Ever Debt We Come Into The Marriage With Is Seperate And Does Not Become Ours.
Unless There Is Proof That It Is Shared Debt Neith Will Be Responsible For The Others Debt Accuired Befor The Marriage.
We Did This Because My Fiance Has A Huge Amount Of Debt From A Previous Relationship. His Ex Had His Social And All Information.. She Used It To Get Credit Cards And Build Up Very High Debt For Him.. He Doesnt Want Me To Be Stuck With It Or Have To Deal With It.. If Anything Ever Happens..
Dont Get Me Wrong I Think Its An Ok Idea.. I Am Not To Thrilled About It But We Are Working Together To Pay It Off.. The Prenup Is Just To Protect Us Both.
The only thing I don't like about them is I feel if I had to sign one with my fiance I'd be admitting that there is a chance we will get divorced some day. Like I didn't have enough faith in our relationship or something even though I know that's not the point of them. When people say "just in case" I feel guilty because I believe in my heart of hearts that there should never be a "just in case".
On the other hand I can see from the legal standpoint and with todays society being the way it is why it would be a good option for a lot of people. You have to protect yourself right? My fiance and I agreed, half jokingly, that the best way to fix this whole confusing prenuptial stuff would be to have one that stated... "If one spouse cheats on the other spouse and there is proof to back it up the spouse who was cheated on may take 50% of the cheaters earnings and gets to keep whatever they want." May sound stupid but seriously, I think it would keep a lot of shady people from ever getting married thinking "just because I'm getting married doesn't mean things can't change." I doubt anyone who ever had an urge to be unfaithful would be running down the isle all to fast.
On a more serious note. In your situation I can totally understand why you would feel a little uncomfortable about signing on the dotted line. You're a normal woman in a normal relationship who is thinking about the emotional aspect of what a prenuptial agreement could mean and it would def be a not so pretty aspect of the wedding planning. It's not like either party is a gold digger and you both obviously love each other very much but prenup's are still important in certain circumstances! I actually kind of like the agreement to not accrue the others past debt from before the marriage. I wouldn't want my fiance paying off my student loans or vice versa. The only thing is if you share bank accounts, savings accounts, etc and one of you comes up short for something the other will likely help out if you have any to spare so unless you get divorced which I think if you have good communication and respect one another more than anyone/anything else wont happen... you will be sharing debt anyway. My fiance and I share bank accounts... actually we share EVERYTHING lol. And some months I have helped him out with things I didn't help accrue and he's helped me out. I think we you get married you share a lot more than a house and some children. A LOT more.
How Do I View Cases My Labor Lawyer Has Worked On To See If They Are Legit?
I Have A Labor Lawyer How Do I Know If They Are Good Or Not?
Many times when cases settle, both sides sign a confidentially agreement, so may not be able to view.
How did you find this lawyer? By the internet, phone book or by friends? If someone referred this lawyer to you, most likely happy with the results.
If you doubt his expertise, suggest you make an appointment with another lawyer for a 2nd opinion.