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Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are countless lawyers in your town that advertise that they are experts in your form of case. This could make the process of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below you will be able to restrict your quest off to the right one out of very little time. The initial step is to produce a list of the lawyers which are listed in your town focusing on your circumstances. When you are making this list you need to only include those that you may have an effective vibe about depending on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down if you take a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find the number of years they are practicing and a few general information regarding their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to individuals that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate volume of experience. You must then take the time to search for independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews instead of just relying on their overall rating. The data inside the reviews will give you a concept of the direction they interact with their clients and the length of time they invest into each case they are working on. Finally, you should talk with a minimum of the last three lawyers that have the credentials you are interested in. This will give you some time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing both you and your case. It can be important to follow most of these steps to actually hire a company that has the correct amount of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.

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Pathos, Logos. Ethos And Scenes From An Execution?
By Using Pathos Logos And Ethos Can You Give Me Examples Of Death Executionsin Scenes Form An Execution? Please

Logos (Logical): From a legal standpoint, capital punishment costs taxpayers more with legal fees due to the appeals process than incarceration does. (research this via google) It can take years before someone is finally executed.

Ethos (Ethical): Besides the fact that wrongful execution is irreversible, rich people with better lawyers escape the death penalty much more often than a poor convict without the financial means to hire lawyers does. (check the stats: poor blacks and hispanics are executed about 10x as often as whites)

Pathos (Emotional): Death offers the convicted offenders an easy escape from their crimes instead of having to face the consequences of their actions in a prison and during their parole hearings (victims statements, etc.) A statistical account of attempted/successful prison suicides would bolster your argument immensely.

How Do Divorce Court Proceedings Go?

It really just depends. In my case it was a "simple dissolution of marriage" We had no kids, no property to divide, no moneys to fight over. SO we filed our paperwork, got a date for the divorce. Went and sat in a room with 20 other couples. Got called in. the judge read us 6 questions/statements:

(by the way I live in Florida)

1) That they court has ruled it has jurisdiction over the subjects in this case (us)
2) asked if at least one of us has been a resident of florida for more than 6 months
3) asked if we had minor children and that i wasnt pregnant (awkward!, i wasnt but still)
4) asked if the marriage was irretrievably broken, and when we said YES , he ruled that we both had voluntarily entered into an agreement and that we were now divorced and single
5) that my name will stay the same
6) that the court has enforced the divorce

HE then signed it, said "G'day" and were were out. less than 7 minutes.....

What Does It Take To Go Into Family Law?
I Want To Be A Lawyer In Family Law. I Would Especially Like To Hear From Lawyers. Anyway, I Have A Few Questions. And I Would Like To Know What To Expect. Education Wise, What Does It Take To Go Into Family Law? After You Graduate? What Happens? How Much Should I Expect To Make Right After Law School? What Is The Highest Salary I Could Make? Thanks For The Answers!

well education -wise it depends on the state you live in, remember that family law is civil, from private law so it is relevant to the legal system you live/study in. you first have to finish law school then you can specialise but it depends on the state you are in, the education of a lawyer varies tremendously from country to country.
in europe you'd need a bachelor inlaws to start with, in england plus an llm in family law plus the practice, in belgium llb plus 2 years specialising and 3 years practise for warrant.

when you are a recognised lawyer in your country/state and you wish to travel you will have to take a bar exam before being able to practice, family law involves court work.
right after law school you might find a firm which will take you up and pay you not a lot, some firms don't even pay before you get a warrant, which varies from 6 months to 3 years which you need.
but if you do decent work they will pay you.
you can start making money when you are a lawyer with a warrant, which will not happen as soon as you're out of law school.

as regards to salary depends on your location, if you become a top divorce lawyer you can make millions...

What Type Of Infomation Would I Need To Know In Order To Start A Law Practice?
I Recently Passed The Bar In Two States And I Am Not Finding A Job Easily So Im Considering Starting My Own Firm. So What Type Of Things Would I Need To Know In Order To Start One?

It is a tough road, unfortunately, law school and the bar exam does not teach you about the practice of law. Also, as you are finding out the job market is ultra-competitive, even for low paying crap law jobs, just too many law schools and lawyers, unlike doctors, dentists and most of the health care sector where there is a shortage, good pay, and plentiful opportunities for professionals with those type of skills.
So basically you are green, because you have little or no practical experience, and you are an industry that is oversaturated. When you start your practice you will compete with experienced attorneys, make minimal or negative money after expenses, and you will be lucky if you don't commit malpractice. OK, having said all this I will give you some practical tips.
You probably are cash strapped after law school, so you will have to move in with your parents, unless you come from a wealthy family or you have a rich wife. You need to gain experience. You can always do legal aid for free helping poor people in such areas as landlord/tenant, family law, and bankruptcy. They usually set you up with a mentor, a seasoned attorney, and you can ask a lot of questions. Try to go to some continuing legal education courses, unlike law school these courses teach the actual how to of different areas of law and it gives you more mentor contacts from the lawyers giving the seminars. In my state they give a week long boot camp on like 12 different subjects a general practice lawyer might come across. It is good to have a broad exposure to the law, but I highly believe in specialization. Pick one or two areas of the law that you like, in the beginning you may not even know what to concentrate on just try to get as much experience as possible and do not worry about money. I actually had to spend money, on travel, cell phones, paper, faxes, etc. to gain experience. My first year revenue was like under 4K, but after expenses it was negative. Contact temp agencies, give them your resume, and see if they have any doc review jobs. It is not great legal experience but it is something to build your resume and you can make around $20-$30 looking through piles of docs looking for privledged docs. Canvass your neighbors and family for any lawyer contacts. Even if they are not hiring ask if you can meet them to talk about the practice of law, at the end of the meeting ask them if you could contact them if you had a question. You can also pick up overflow work from other lawyers, it could be in an area they do not practice or low pay grunt work, in my state you have to kick back a third of fees earned to the referring attorney, some states don't allow kick backs so be sure. A guy I know that started his practice would just go to law firms invited or not and ask to speak with attorneys and tell them he was looking for overflow work and would give them a third of anything referred. Once you do a certain area, like divorces, a few times then you will be on your way, but there is a steep learning curve in the beginning and a certain amount faking it until you make it in the practice of law. Good luck, you will need it.

To All The Lawyers...?
I Need To Get A Dna Test Done On My Biological Father. I'M 23 And Live In California He Lives In Washington. I Need To Prove He Is My Father (He Left When I Was About 2 Years Old) Never Paid Child Support. (I Don'T Have Much Money To Pay For A Lawyer) My Birth Certificate Say Father Withheld. Also If You Know Of Any Lawyers Who'Ll Do This For Free Or Real Cheap.

I dont know how it works where you live...I live in Australia, but if I want legal advice...I can ring a legal firm and talk to a lawyer and it costs nothing. Sometimes if you read the adds in your local telephone directory it will say something like.."First Consultation Free". You do need legal advice and if you havent got much money then that is the best thing I can suggest. We have Legal Aid over here where lawyers represent low income earners and the Government pay for it. Maybe there is a scheme like that where you live. Its worth a couple of phonecalls to find out. I knew my father, but I can empathise with you about wanting your father to know who you are....It will give you a sense of belonging. I wish you luck.

What Intellectual Property Laws Could Apply To The Case Below?
Nicholas Invents, Develops, And Distributes A New Video Game. He Also Writes A &Quot;Cheat&Quot; Book That Is Available For Purchase By Each Person Who Buys One Of His Video Games. However, He Does Not Apply For Any Type Of Intellectual Property Protection. Morgan Corp Buys A Nicholas Video Game And &Quot;Cheat&Quot; Book, Analyzes It, And Produces A Clone Of Both Products.Nicholas Files Ssuit Against Morgan Corp., Alleging Violations Of Intellectual Property Laws.

Copyright is automatic, but must be registered (in the USA) prior to filing a lawsuit in federal court. The case will be dismissed unless Nicholas applies for and is granted a copyright certificate.

The software is copyrightable, the displays are copyrightable, the cheat book is copyrightable. Making a profit from copyrighted works without permission is a federal crime.

Other IP laws include "unfair competition" and there could be a claim that Morgan Corp has "stolen" the ideas for the game from Nicholas and misrepresented them as its own development.

Similarly, the Nicholas game probably has a distinctive "look and feel" that could be perceived as an indication of the source and quality of the game, thus becoming a de facto trademark (or trade dress) owned by Nicholas. Under the federal Lanham Act (and similar state laws), there would be a claim for trademark infringement, even without a trademark registration, if the game was "used in interstate commerce" with the distinctive look and feel attributable to Nicholas.