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I Have A Domestic Violence Case Does My Lawyer Know Who The Witnesses Are?
If My Lawyer Know Who The Victims Are In This Case And If They Do Know Would They Tell Me.

Your lawyer or public defender will file a discovery motion and receive the witness statements along with the name and address of the witnesses so he or his investigator may question them. You can request to see those statements through your lawyer. Most lawyers will block out the names and addresses of the witnesses however since most state laws prohibit him from revealing that information to you.
You do have the right to confront any witness against you, but that won't be until your trial. I"m afraid you'll have to wait until after your conviction and sentence before you can identify and beat them up. At least, you'll know who they are when your next court case comes up.

My Sister Is Executor Of My Mother'S Estate;She And The Attorney Want Me To Sign A Waiver Of Notice Of Probate?
If I Do Sign The Waiver Of Notice Of Probate Will It Somehow Put Me At A Disadvantage?

Probably not.

Generally, most states require that all heirs or potential heirs either be sent formal notice (often requiring it to be served by sheriff, etc), or waive notice. By waiving notice, you aren't turning down your right to inspect the proceedings, and generally you will get a copy of any pleadings anyway. This simplifies things for the estate administration and reduces to cost to the estate.

If you have a reason not to trust your sister, then consult a probate attorney licensed in that jurisdiction on the specific steps you can take. For a referral, contact the local or state bar association.

Child Abduction Or Drunk Driving?
Which Is More Of A Problem?

Drunk driving is more of a problem by at least 10:1. It's easy to get drunk, to get behind the wheel of a car, and especially to get away with it as the cops are usually not where the drunk drivers are until the driver hits and kills somebody. On the other hand, abducting anyone is a difficult crime to pull off except when it comes to parental abductions where a person who doesn't have custody takes a child (or children) and goes into hiding. They usually get caught but it may take many years.

Can I Be A Criminal Lawyer If I Have A Bachelor In Finance????Or I Need Another Major Before Law School???
I Want To Practice Criminal Law But I Have A Bachelor In Finance.

That's absolutely fine. If you plan on going into a liberal-arts aspect of law, your undergrad major wont really matter. If you plan on going into let's say chemical intellectual property law however, some background in chemistry would be nice. So, with a background in finance, you can still do criminal law.

One of my friends did political science for undergrad but eventually went into corporate law for grad...two different fields. So, yah! your future has not been closed

Private School Parent Responsibility To Pay After Divorce Decree?
My Son Just Turned 9 Years Old And Is About To Finish 4Th Grade. Ex-Wife And I Entered Him Into A Minnesota Lutheran K-8 Grade School Starting With Preschool. My Parents Helped With The $3000 Yearly Tuition For Us While Married. We Divorced Last Year August 2011. We Did Not Have Anything In Our Divorce Decree About Education Which Was An Oversight On Myself And My Lawyer. After Divorce She Agreed And Paid Half Of The Yearly Tuition For The Lutheran Private School Hopefully Setting A Precedence. I Owe Her 10,000 For The House I Pay Her Monthly For. She Preposed Moving Him To Public School This Year To Save Money And I Declined The Change. I Have Told Her Many Many Times I Will Gladly Pull $1500 From The End Payments Of My Monthly 10,000 Debt I Owe Her In The Settlement To Pay For Our Sons Religious Private School Tuition. She Keeps Saying Over And Over She Cant Afford It And I Keep Saying Over And Over Its Money She Wont See For Another 5 Years Till The Loan Is Almost Paid Off. Question: Do I Have Any Chance At Doing A Motion To Modify (Child Support?) To Add What Should Have Been In The Original Divorce Agreement That We Equally Share Costs Of Private School Tuition? Are There Better Ways To Go About Getting Her Support For Our Sons Private Religous Based Education. Do I Not Have A Leg To Stand On And If I Want My Joint Custody Son To Keep Attending Private School I Will Fund It Myself And With The Help Of My Parents? If My Parents Help With Me With My Half Of Tuition Like This Last Year Of School After Divorce But She Has To Fund Her Half 100% Through Paychecks Like This Last Year Of School After Divorce Does It Make My Ex-Wife Less Responsible To Pay Half As Far As A Judge Would Rule?

You can ask to modify your decree but that does not mean that you Will get your way. Just because she agreed to pay it one year does not legally bind her to continue. In my state, the courts would call that " a gift". You do not have the right to make her pay for this private education or to deduct any money from what you owe her to pay for this.

My husband pays child support, provides insurance, and pays half of all uninsured medical expenses All of this is in his decree. He also pays for plenty of extras, her cell phone and bill, computer, musical instruments etc.. While his daughter attended private elementary school, he paid half of the tuition because he is a good guy. He wanted her to go to public high school, not just because of the tuition hike but he started having some issues with her education system. He also did not like the fact that she rode with a bunch of teenagers nearly an hour one way. He believes she would have a more rounded education in a public school. Her mom insisted that she continue with her private education. My husband stopped paying half of the tuition. Why should he be forced to pay for something that he does not believe is benefitting his daughter.

He is far from a dead beat dad. He still continues to pay everything he is court ordered to pay and more..just not the tuition. His ex did not try to take him back to court. I don't think she would win if she did and I don't think you will either but that just my opinion.

Minimum And Maximum Fine For Felony 4 Charge?
My Friends And I Put Liquid Chlorine And Tin Foil In A Two Liter Soda Bottle Creating An Endothermic Reaction Turning The Liquid Into Gas And Making The Bottle Pop. What Is The Minimum And Maximum Fines For A Felony 4. I Am 16 Years Old And This Is My First Offense. The Charge Is In Arizona, About An Hour After We Did It The Police Showed Up And Accused Us. They Originally Gave Me A Misdemeanor 1 But Just Recently Raised It To A Felony. Any Input Would Be Great, Thanks.

I am reading your question differently from the poster above me. You were originally charged with a misdemeanor, but the DA's office brought this to a Grand Jury and has returned an indictment as a felony charge.

This tends to make me think it must have been quite an explosion ( with possible damages somewhere?) for a felony charge to be levied.

My thoughts here: are you being indicted as a juvenile or an adult? If this is a juvenile charge, it usually means probation and your record will be sealed upon emancipation. If you are being charged as an adult ( which I would suspect if property damages were incurred as a result of the explosion), then the chances of this being reduced back to misdemeanor as a plea bargain are definetely not good.

Having no further knowledge of the charge here, it is impossible to second guess what could happen. Best and only advice would be to discuss this with a competent trial attorney ( Yes, Mommy and Daddy will be upset and this is going to get expensive).

Best of luck and I hope this is useful to you