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3 Strategies To Know You've Picked The Best Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to pass through the court system, specifically if you lack confidence within your legal team. Listed below are three important strategies to recognize that you've hired the correct lawyer: 1. They Are Experts In Your Sort Of Case What the law states is frequently tricky and therefore requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. When you want an attorney, seek out person who relates to the challenge you're facing. Even though a relative or friend recommends you use a firm they are fully aware, should they don't have got a focus that's just like your case, keep looking. As soon as your attorney is undoubtedly an expert, specifically in the problem you're facing, you understand you've hired the right one. 2. The Lawyer Features A Winning Record According to the circumstances, it might be tough to win an instance, particularly if the team working for you has little to no experience. Seek out practices which may have won numerous cases that affect yours. Although this is no guarantee which you case will be won, it gives you a significantly better shot. 3. They Listen And Respond If the attorney you've chosen takes the time to listen for your concerns and react to your inquiries, you've probably hired the right choice. Irrespective of how busy they can be or how small your concerns seem from the perspective, it's important that they reply to you within a caring and timely manner. From the aim of view of an ordinary citizen who isn't knowledgeable about the judicial system, court cases may be pretty scary you require updates and to think that you're area of the solution. Some attorneys are merely more desirable to your case than the others. Make sure you've hired the most suitable team for your circumstances, to actually can position the matter behind you immediately. Faith with your legal representative is the first task to winning any case.

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I Have A Felony That Is 7 Yrs.Old And I Want To Apply For Postal And Civil Service Jobs Can I ?
There Is A Civil Service Job Opening In My Area And I Am Signed Up To Take The Test But I Have This Old Felony Theft Conviction And I Am Not Sure If I Even Qualify To Get The Job Or If I Should Waste The Time Of The Employer Or Me?

A felony conviction will automatically get you fired if you are working for the state or the federal government and are arrested and convicted. I would say, No they are not going to hire you with the conviction.

Contact the Criminal Justice Department, they will ask for $35 $40 dollars and do a "Live Scan" on you. This will give you a record of the Felony and any other charges, misdemeanors you might have on your record. They all can be expunged.

Then you will have to go to the Court where Convicted and get the paper work you need to file with the court and the numbers you need for those papers. Conviction number etc. Some code number. Date of conviction etc. Everything on those papers has to be filled out right. IT IS NOT HARD and they will help you. When you file the papers it is another $60. It could be different where you are. You don't need an Attorney to do this. I think there is a number off the Live Scan paper you might need, I'm not sure. Just keep the papers all together.

This will not remove it from your record but it will allow you to plead not guilty on the felony you were convicted of. You don't have to go back into court for it. They usually do it without you present. When you are asked by an employer about it you have to admit to the felony but then you can say it was dismissed. It looks better and allows Federal, State and County Employment to consider you for hire.

http://removeit.org/?OVRAW=expunge%20cri...

I'm not liking that site very much but it says they can handle any State. The site I used let me down load the paper work I needed to file with the court but I deleted it from my favorites. Sorry. Good luck. Oh, I don't think you should fill out the job application and not tell the truth on it. If they find out they can fire you. Besides you don't want to be refused the job because of your felony conviction. Better to get your record cleaned up.

Does Anyone Know Of A Good Website That Can Direct Me In Family Law Court Rules?

Try Googling your county’s court. In CA. most courts have a website with lots of links and other useful information; they even have an online section where you can look up public records on people.

If you are in CA. try http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/family/

If not try http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=9

Remember the most important thing; everything we learn about courts and trial usually refers to a criminal case not a civil case. The rules are different. You do not have the same rights, and things are not judged by a jury beyond a reasonable doubt. Just a judge at his/her discretion.

Urgent Please.How To Find Best Successful Attorney For Disability?
I Have Multiple Severe Health Problems And Want To Apply For Disability. I Heard It Is Hard. Can Someone Tell Me How To Find Best,Experienced And Successful Attorney. Any Body Know Some Names.What To Do And Not To Do To Win Case.Thank You.

Don't waste your time with a lawyer initially. There's nothing they can do at this level to help you. Go to www.ssa.gov and click on the link in the middle of the page that says "applying for disability". Just follow along from there. If you are seriously ill there should be no problem. If you do get denied the first time you just call the SS office and tell them you want to appeal. They have you fill out another form similar to the one you filled out the first time. A lawyer still can't help you at this round. If you are denied again, then it goes to a hearing before a judge. A lawyer may be able to help you at this stage, but is still not necessary. Don't give up a percentage of your money at the initial stages for nothing. It's really an easy process for you to do yourself. All you have to do to help your case is answer all of the questionaires as best you can and keep them informed about doctors, hospitals and clinics that you are going to.

How Private/Family Matter Court Cases Are Held?
How Are Private And Family Matter Court Cases Are Held?

Most family law cases are handled in closed court and are done under seal. This includes divorce, child custody, etc. However, not all "private matters" are closed. A rape case or child molestation is the best example of where the Courts have decided the defendants rights to a public trial outweigh any privacy interest of the victim.

Lawyer Abuse?
My Wife'S Lawyer Is Abusing The System. My Lawyer Won'T Do Anything About It. I Know There Is A Lot Of Paperwork, But It Seems For A 6 Month Marriage 3 Faxes A Day For Over A Year Is A Bit Much. Not To Mention The Excuses They Give To Bring My Lawyer And I Into Court At Least Once A Month On Stupid, Unrelated Motions. This Is Only An Effort To Rack Up My Lawyer Fees. I Talked To My Lawyer And His Response Is &Quot;I Don'T Want To Rock The Boat With The Judge&Quot;... But I'M Up To 12K. Getting A New Lawyer Is Out Of The Question As I Have Noooooo Money ( It'S All Going To Her, The House And Bils Right Now.) And He'S Working &Quot;Pro-Bono&Quot; If You Will Until After The Final Hearing... What Can I Do Or Say?

I just watched an in-law go through something like this.
It was just horrible. As I understand it, he ended up with 200$ a month left over to put a roof over his head and feed himself after he pays monthly debts and child support and has been draining his retirement fund to survive. It ain't workin' out so well for him. She has the house and child support.

The only thing that seems rational to me is to think up a good case to plead directly to your wife. She is losing money, too, since she probably being charged out the whazoo for legal services.

Sit down and do some numbers of what it is costing right now to do this with lawyers, and project some numbers of how ridiculous it could get in future at this rate. Is there a way you can convince your wife that you can decide on a divorce settlement where she will get MORE than she would if she proceeded with the lawyer? And hopefully, so you won't get any deeper in debt? I don't know if kids, or child support or claims to future earnings is part of the deal...if there is a way where she can see that NOT bankrupting you is in her future interest, like you agreeing to pay for something, anything, that might be of value to her? I imagine your relationship with her is pretty tense right now, but if you can be really, really genuine and slightly (but not sickeningly) pitiful, she might soften and go for a signed agreement from you.

And yes, 3 faxes a day for over a year does indeed sound like too much for a 6 month marriage. I can only think that you have a lot of assets still to be milked dry.

Geez, I wish there were a Better Lawyers Bureau, like there is a Better Business Bureau, where people could post their warnings against loser lawyers.

Car Accident Question!!! Tired Of Waiting For Lawyer?
Late July 06 I Was In A Car Accident With A Man And His Wife Who Ran A Red Light And Hit The Passenger Side Of My Car. He Hit The Whole Side Of My Car And Broke The Axle And Ruined Just The Whole Car Out Of Whack! I Had A Witness Who Stopped To Help He Was Going The Opposite Way Of Me So We Had The Same Green Light And Stayed With Me Until The Cops Came. He Did Get A Ticket For Running The Light. I Did Go To The Hospital And Went To Physical Therapy For My Back And I Got A Hold Of A Lawyer, They Said The Car Was Fully Insured But It Wasnt His Car And His Name Wasnt On The Insurance Coverage And Theres Really Nothign They Can Do!!! Is That Really Serious!!! This @#$$# Ruined My Car And He Doesnt Have To Pay For Nething????!! The Lawyer Takes Forever Getting Back At Me So What Should I Do?? Help Please! I Havent Driven That Car Cause Im Waiting For It To Get Fixed And The Passenger Door Cant Even Open Its Getting The Transmission Redone $650.00 Had The Right Wheel Axle Thingy$225!!!

The majority of P.I. lawyers don't get involved in the property damage aspect of claims b/c there's no money in it for them...they don't get the kickbacks from the shops like they do from the doctors.......

Whether the other guy has insurance or not isn't an excuse for not mitigating your damages. If you have insurance to cover your car then you better well get your car fixed...you're hurting no one but yourself.

As for the guys insurance....just b/c there's a valid insurance card in the vehicle doesn't make the insurance policy valid. Every insurance policy is different, and yes the insurance can deny coverage if someone other than the NAMED INSURED or LISTED DRIVER(S) is driving the vehicle...there are some policies out there that are that strict.

If your state is a state that allows the actions of the driver to be imputed to the registered owner of the car...you're gonna have to pursue the registered owner in civil court. If you're barred from pursuing the registered owner, you'll have to pursue the driver in civil court or their insurance company. The driver may have a valid policy that covers your accident, but you or your insurance company will have to find this out.