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I Am Facing A Felony Dui?
I Know What I Did Was Wrong, It Will Never Happen Again. It Was A Single Vehicle Accident, And My Passenger Will Be Fine. I Am Just Wondering What My Chances Of Finding Employment After This Charge. I Am Currently Going To School To Become A Rn. Please Reserve The Criticisms. Thanks For The Input!

Is it a DUI, or a DWI?

There is a huge difference between the two.

A DUI stands for "Driving Under the Influence." A DWI means "Driving While Intoxicated." A DWI carries stiffer penalties.

Your chances of finding employment depend greatly on a variety of factors. To name a few: Is this your first offense? What are the penalties for these crimes under your state's laws? (You haven't told us where you live) Do you have any other criminal convictions?

It also greatly depends on the punishment handed down to you - some jurisdictions are much tougher than others. For example, If you get a suspended sentence and behave yourself the chances are excellent that it won't hurt you in the long run. On the other hand, if you get jailtime and a criminal conviction on your record that won't be expunged, it is something you'll always have to carry around with you.

Another point - if you don't know the criminal charges that you are facing I would definitely get in touch with your lawyer immediately. You need to know what exactly you're being charged with.

One other thing - I know you've got a "reserve criticisms disclaimer" in your question, but I'd like to point out that the repeat rate for both DUI and DWI's is incredibly high. Let me make this plain to you: If you have a drinking problem AND a car - this will CONTINUE to happen no matter how much you want to deny it. I also hope you have more remorse for what happened than you're showing on here through your words - which suggest that you're more concerned about how this will affect you, your career, and how to do damage control.

Please get some professional help - or else I may be seeing you in my llaw office in a few years paying $180 an hour for legal representation.

Car Accident.Whats My Personal Injury Claim Worth?
I Was Involed In A Car Accident On The Freeway Where I Was At A Stop In Traffic And Was Hit From Behind Hard. My Bmw Was Totalled And My Medical Bills Came To $1,700 ( Mainly Chiro ) Rental Car Bill Came To $800. Im Trying To Figure Out What Is A Good Settlement. The Adjust Of The Person At Fault Offered Me A Rediculous Amount Of $3,300. Any Advice? Thnx

personal injury entitles you to your medical fees, pain and suffering (meaning any longstanding problems you continue to have... both psychological and physical), any time and work payments you've lost. You'd need a property claim to recover the car fees... but if you're settling, it's pretty understood that you'd want the car paid for to... so I'd include the car, towing fees, rental car.

my advice: ask for a lot (because your negotiations are going to pull down your original request), get a lawyer, if the other guy's not cooperating, you and your lawyer should file a complaint... that's not hard, it's not expensive, and it will let the other guy know that you're serious and not going to settle for anything too low... and if you have to, you can carry on that lawsuit The $3300 is really stupid... even if your car was really old and has over 50,000 miles, it would be worth at least double that... and then you have your injuries and stuff too. Because of the trouble you've gone through, I'd say ask for double-triple the price of the car... then if you end up with at least the price of the car, you'd have a decent settlement... I know it wouldn't pay for everything, but your insurance would cover the rest. Also, you can get the insurance involved in your lawsuit... the insurance really doesn't want to have to pay anything either, so they'll be hard on the other guy too... and they'll probably already have some lawyers.

Where Can I Find A Free Lawyer?
In Nyc (Specifically, Manhattan), That Specializes In Cases Against The Department Of Education (Doe) And The Administration For Child Services (Acs) ? Thanks.

free...um, not likely especially in NYC. If you're going up against the DOE and ACS you might want to find something better than free.

Black'S Law Dictionary? Online Alternatives?
I'M Trying To Help A Friend With A Case, She Recommended Black'S Law Dictionary. On Reading Wikipedia'S Article About It, Http://En.Wikipedia.Org/Wiki/Black'S_Law_Dictionary &Quot;The Internet Made Legal Research Easier Than It Ever Had Been, So Many State- Or Circuit-Specific Case Citations And Outdated Or Overruled Case Citations Were Dropped From The Seventh Edition In 1999. The Eighth Edition Introduced A Unique System Of Perpetually Updated Case Citations And Cross-References To Legal Encyclopedias.&Quot; I'M Probably Being Stupid, But: 1) Does That Mean The Eighth Edition Online Does Have State Specific Case Citations. Or Not? 2) What Are The Alternatives Online? Thanks

I have a Black's Law Dictionary and it doesn't have case law cited in it. It's just a dictionary where you can look up the definition of a legal word that wouldn't be in Webster's or a regular dictionary, so I'm not sure if that's really what you want.

I have to do a lot of legal research and the best website that's free that I've found is findlaw.com. It can be a little hard to navigate and find what you're looking for, but once you get the hang of it, you can find just about anything.

What Is A Trust Fund?
I Recently Found Out That I Have A Trust Fund Waiting For Me But I Don'T Know What It Is? Can Anyone Explain It?

A trust fund is an allotment of assets set aside for your benefit. It may consist of cash only. It could also consist of stocks, bonds, and real estate. The Trustee should be able to tell you what is in the trust and when you will get your money.

The person who created the trust decided how and when you will receive your money. There are trusts that distribute the assets when the beneficiary (you are a beneficiary) reaches a certain age or accomplishes certain things like graduating from college or trade school.

One of my friends is a Trustee on two trusts. Each beneficiary receives an allocation of money as each beneficiary reaches a certain age. By age 35, all of the money will be distributed. These trusts also allow the Trustee to make special allotments for such things as college tuition, a new home purchase or catastrophic expenses such as medical bills.

The Trustee of your trust should be able to explain to you how and when you will receive your money. I would not expect to receive a huge sum of money when you turn 18 or 21. Such ages are too young to give a person a large allotment of money. But if you do receive a large sum be wise in how you spend it. That money was intended to provide you with a better future.

Could Anyone Recommend A Good Attorney For Medical Negligence?
I Wrote On Here About How A Doctor Had Prescribed Me Ativan For The Past 21 Years. It Was Only To Be Taken For A Max Of 4 Months. I Appreciate All The Feedback I Got From You All. Now I Have So Much Memory Loss That I Have To Write Everything Down. I Live In Kentucky, But Would Be Willing To Go To Another Lawyer, In Another State, If Someone Thinks They Are A Really Good Lawyer And Could Help Me. So Please Let Me Know If You Know Anyone.

Contact your local bar association; they will advise you and provide you with a list of attorneys practicing law regarding medical negligence.