Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will notice that there are many lawyers in your area that advertise they focus on your kind of case. This could make the entire process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it will be possible to limit your research to the correct one in very little time. Step one is to create a list of the lawyers that are listed in your area that specialize in your needs. When you are making this list you ought to only include those you have an effective vibe about based on their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down through taking some time evaluating their internet site. There you will be able to find the amount of years they are practicing and several general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You ought to then take the time to search for independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure you see the reviews rather than relying on their overall rating. The data in the reviews provides you with a solid idea of the direction they connect with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you should meet up with a minimum of the very last three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This gives you some time to genuinely evaluate how interested these are in representing you and your case. It can be imperative that you follow most of these steps to ensure that you find someone containing the correct degree of experience to obtain the perfect outcome.
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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.
Can Anyone With Law Office Experience Answer This???
I Worked In A Small One-Lawyer Law Office Over The Summer, Before I Quit In Frustration. It Was My First Legal Experience. I Really Liked Learning The Law Stuff...But I Didn't Care Much For The Place I Worked. The Lawyer Was Only A Couple Of Years Out Of Law School, The Office Was Chaotic And Disorganized, He Was In Deep Financial Trouble, Had More Cases Than He Could Handle-Yet Was Taking On More.
The Office Was Being "Managed" By His Ditsy, Catty, 20 Year Old Receptionist That Came To Work Every Day In Jeans With Her Fat Boobs Almost Busting Out Of Her Shirt....Ugh So Tacky. He Showed Me How To Do Default Judgement Packets One Day, And Then The Next Day I Was Hearing That I Wasn't Doing Them Fast Enough, And I Should Be Churning Them Out At The Rate Of His Experienced Paralegal. He Would Go Into The Network And Do Stuff That Would Make Us Loose Important Data Like Calendar Dates....Then Get Mad That The "Work Wasn't Done".
Is This A Typical Law Office Experience? I Really Am Interested In Legal Assisting, But Not If Most Offices Are Like That One.
I've never worked in a law office but have heard that most lawyers are rigid and tend to have an obsessive-compulsive personality as in wanting everything to be just so (as opposed to obsessive-compulsive anxiety disorder). Law offices are said to be fast-paced too. As for legal assisting or paralegal work, I'd asked my friend's mother who'd worked at a law firm in human resources, and she'd said that most law offices prefer a paralegal that has a bachelor's in 'something' (and most likely graduated from aba approved program). Several years ago, I spoke with a lawyer about paralegal and he said that he could instead merely hire a law student as an intern and not have to pay job benefits.
How Many Presidents Have Been Defense Lawyers?
I know Lincoln and Adams both did some criminal defense work, beyond that, I'm not sure who else, if anyone, worked as a defense lawyer and later served as President.
It's likely that most 19th century presidents that were lawyers probably did criminal defense work, as back then most lawyers were general practice attorneys, meaning they would take any legal work that needed to be done, as opposed to having a specialty within a large firm.
Legal Advice For Dog Owner?
I Have A Dog That Was In The Animal Shelter Right Now. The Animal Control Officer Claimed That The Dog Bit Her. My Boyfriend Was Trying To Reached Her On That Day To Get The Info Regarding The Incident. She Didn'T Respond The His Messages Right Away. It Seemed Like The Officer Was Trying To Play Hard To Get. The Next Day, My Boyfriend Talked To Her And When She Seemed Fine. She Was Trying To Keep The Dog In The Shelter For 30 Days. At First, She Suggested That It Would Be Better For Both Parties To Put The Dog Into Sleep. That'S Ridiculous! I Know My Dog. Even If He'S A Big Dog, He Is Not A Dangerous Dog. We Been Trying To Call Some Local Law Offices But It Seems That We Could Not Get A Straight Answer Regarding The Case. All I Want Is To Get My Dog Back. Please Help, Anybody Out There Who Is An Animal Lover. Tnx!
1). Get the woman's name and the case number she has assigned your dog. Get a copy of that report/paperwork.
2). Contact the HEAD of animal control, and ask for a copy of written protocol that they follow when they have an owned dog in custody, and the dog has been quarantined for biting.....I thought the period was 10 days, not 30, but guess that depends on your county.
3). Ask if they can release the dog to you so that you can follow in-home quarrantine (be sure to look for this option in their protocol/procedures).
4). If they refuse and the contention is that your dog is too dangerous, ask if anyone has conducted a temperament evaluation since the incident, and ask for a written copy.
5). If at any point you get stonewalled or find the authorities to be uncooperative with you, get a lawyer.
6). You don't mention why your dog was able to bite this officer and be confiscated, or what his temperament is like. You also don't mention if this is a first offense.
So the advice I've offered you is under the assumption that the dog has a decent temperament and you are capable of confining/handling him responsibly in the future, and can prove this to the authorities.
I Need To Find A Lawyer?
I Don'T Seem To Be Able To Get Any Where On My Own. I Have Requested Records Back On 07/10/09 That Reference My Brothers Prison Sentence. I Filed All The Documents Required, And Sent The Requests Registered Mail. To Date I Have Only Received The Run Around From The Prosecutor, The Indigent Attorney Appointed To Him, The Investigator, And The Clark County Sheriff Have All Pretty Much Ignored My Request, Pursuant To Public Records Act, 42.56 I Need To Find A Lawyer.
Call the bar association @1-800-342-8011 you can tell what you need and they will get you to the right law office. Good Luck.