4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you really need a lawyer for any excuse, you should work closely along with them as a way to win your case. No matter how competent these are, they're planning to need your help. Listed here are four important strategies to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - regardless of what information you're planning to reveal to them. Privilege means everything you say is held in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team has to know everything in advance - most importantly information the other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuing and factual account of most information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys because of the data they need to assist them to win. 3. Arrive Early For All Those Engagements Not be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, by being promptly, each and every time. The truth is, because you may have to discuss eleventh hour details or even be extra ready for the way it is you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for any kind of crime, it's important to be able to prove to the legal court that you simply both regret the actions and are making strides toward enhancing your life. By way of example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and included in the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your probability of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you ought to win your case.
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Why Can't I Find An Attorney?
I Have An Examination Under Oath Mid September. I Have Been Trying To Get An Attorney To Be There To Protect My Interests And Keep The Euo Attorney From Straying From The Claim. House Burnt Down And The Claim Is For 552K. House Located North Of Chattanooga Tn. Everybody Is Eithor Too Busy Or Doesn't Want To Do It.
Money controls access to protection from the abuse of the law by attorneys. A fair-minded judge should be all you need: a judge who will stop the opposing attorney from asking questions that are not relevant or are unduly invasive of your privacy. The custom has become, however, that you must hire another attorney to "remind" the judge that certain questions are unreasonable, and, if you do not have a friendly attorney with you, the judge will play stupid, as if he cannot recognize an unreasonable question when he hears it. The application of laws is a gigantic extortion racket to which the police, the judges, and the lawyers are all interested parties. If you want to change things now, you'll have to fight and win a civil war.
Pleading No Contest To A Criminal Charge?
If You Plea No Contest To A Criminal Charge Can A Attorney Still Be Able To Help You Or /Is It To Late Because Your Plea Was No Contest Instead Of Not Guilty
It depends on what state you are in and what the status of your case is. It may be that you plead no contest/nolo contendere and were submitted to a deferred adjudication program with probation. Should you fail this program, you would go back to trial. If you don't want to do the probation, you can ask to go back to trial.
Usually after you make a plea and the judge reaches a final decision, that is the end of the case. You can appeal the decision if you had ineffective assistance of counsel, or if your plea was not knowingly and intentionally given. It could be that you were confused by the proceedings in which case the judge may allow you to reopen your case. It is within the judge's discretion to do so, but typically the judge will not wish to.
When you gave your plea, someone was supposed to inform you what it means to give a particular plea. They should have asked you some simple questions such as:
Do you understand the nature of the charges being brought against you?
Is it true that you wish to enter a plea at this time?
Do you realize that you are giving up your right to a trial, at said trial you have a presumption of innocence and the prosecution has the burden of proving every element of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt? Do you understand that the prosecution must present evidence and or produce witnesses that would testify against you, that you have the right to cross examine those witnesses, and you can take the stand in your own defense, although you are not required to do so?
Do you read and understand the english language?
Are you under the influence of any drugs, alcohol, or medication that may affect your ability to make an effective waiver of rights?
Has anyone promised you or threatened you in any way in exchange for your waiver besides those promises made to you in a plea bargain?
Do you understand that upon entering a plea of no contest that you will have limited appellate rights?
If you are represented by an attorney, are you satisfied with the service that your attorney has provided to you?
Your state may have more or fewer questions required for this proffer.
After you have answered these questions, the prosecution should make a motion for the judge to find that you have made a knowing and intelligent waiver of rights, accept your plea, and take the recommended plea bargain. Should it be granted, usually the prosecution will read the allegations into the record for appellate purposes. Should these allegations not make out an offense (you were arrested for assault for wearing horrible looking clothing), you can appeal the judgment to a higher court, but at this point it is incredibly rare that your appeal would be granted or the that the judge would reopen the case. If the judge didn't accept a valid plea, it may be grounds to reopen the case. Depending on how long ago you made the plea, it may be easier sooner than later.
If justice requires it, it will happen
Legal Aid Attorneys. Is This Fair?
I Just Went Over To The Local Lanc (Legal Aid Of Nc) , Just To Find Out Some Info About How To Apply.Income Level, Does Household Income Count, Immigration Status.. I Was Just Finding Out Because My Daughter Mother Who Is Illegal Is Using Them, And By Their Guidelines, She Should Not Be Able To Use Them. With No Visa, And 3 People Who Work In The House And The Stepfather Earns More Than 100K A Year. She Should Not Be Able To Use Them. Funny Thing Happened Though, Her Legal Aid Attorney Walked In As I Was Leaving, I Did Not Ask About Her All I Asked About Was Guidelines. She Called My Attorney To Complain. My Attorney Told Her He Will Not Go Back Their, And Then He Called Me Telling Me To Not To Go Back. I Told My Attorney The Truth. I Just Wanted To Know The Guidelines How To Get Legal Aid And They Told Me. My Daughter Mother Legal Aid Lawyer Had No Business I Feel To Call Because All I Ask Was About Guidelines And Not About Our Case. Is Their Something I Can Say, I Did Not Mean For The Lanc Attorney To Be Walking In. I Pay State Taxes, It Is A State And Private Funded System. Is This Wrong. Anyone Know How To Blow This Whistle, Im Paying 5K For My Custody, She Get Free Ride But Not Fairly
See the link below regarding Legal Aid of North Carolina's eligibility requirements. A potential client's immigration status does not appear to be one of the requirements. Since Legal Aid of North Carolina is a non-profit corporation rather than a government agency, its own staff would be responsible for determining whether a particular client meets its eligibility requirements. In other words, I suspect that LANC, like any other law firm, is entitled to choose its own clients. It may or may not receive government grants that impose requirements regarding who it can or cannot serve. In any event, I seriously doubt that you would have standing to complain if LANC accepted a client who did not meet its requirements. Generally, enforcing the conditions of a grant is the responsibility of whatever government agency gave the grant.
You can (and should) discuss this with your attorney, but I would imagine that he will probably tell you that it would not be to your benefit to pursue the issue of whether your daughter's mother is entitled to be represented by the LANC. Your attorney's time (and your money) would probably be better spent elsewhere.
The reason the LANC attorney reacted to your presence in the office the way you described is probably because there is a rule of professional conduct that prohibits attorneys from communicating directly with adverse parties who are represented by counsel. That rule is designed to protect YOU from the LASC attorney. If you are in the LASC's office talking to LASC staff, then you are putting the LASC's attorney in the position of potentially being in violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct. The LASC attorney did the right thing: She kicked you out of her office, and immediately contacted your attorney. That is exactly what I would do (and have done) if an opposing party suddenly showed up in my office.
Is It Legal To Kill Somebody Out Of Self Defense?
Like If Somebody Comes At You About To Kill You And There Is Nobody Around To Help What Are You Suppose To Do Sit There And Let Them? I Dont Think So.
Yes. Even in the UK, where legal defence of self-defence is notoriously distrusted by the public, it is a complete legal defence, the success of the defence results in acquittal, that it is acceptable that if you, or anyone else, is being attacked or the threat of attack is real and imminent, and you do something to defend yourself, or anyone else, which may have the unfortunate consequence that a would-be attacker is fatally injured, then you have committed no crime.
People though will try to test the law to the extreme. They will also try to find difficulty where there is none. People come unstuck when they attempt to use the legal defence of self-defence where they have exceeded its boundaries. It is acceptable to do what is necessary to end an immediate and real threat. It is not acceptable to do more than that. People have chased burglars up the street to exact revenge, and relied on self-defence, but it does not work in that scenario. A man shot a burglar in the back and relied on this defence, but again, it cannot work in that scenario either - a man who has his back to you is clearly not an immediate danger to your safety.
But a judge told a burglar, who was stabbed once in the leg by a householder, that he got exactly what he deserved. The limits of the defence, therefore, are clear.
Child Labor Laws Question?
So I Just Started This Job (By The Way I'M Under 18) And I Worked 9 Hours The Other Day And We Only Got A 5 Minute Break To Eat. Is This Fair? I Don'T Think It Is But I'M Not Sure. Please Help.
Labor laws vary state to state.
Child labor often refers to children working jobs while they are under age, and I believe also carries federal penalties.
State labor laws cover minors working. That is what you mean, I hope. If you are 10 years old in a sweat shop, it's illegal overall, so unless you get out, buck up on no lunch and the bullwhips. Lol.
I must really picture that you are about 16 years old, and have a job at the local market or similar shop. First, consider that most states' special laws regarding minors in the workplace only apply while school is in session. Given that weekends might not apply, or more particularly - a day before a non-school day (follow?) - no minor labor laws would help you.
The BIG however is that all the regular labor laws apply. In any state I know of (that being 50), it is illegal to work an employee in such a manner. You are guaranteed paid breaks and unpaid lunch breaks. The place to complain is your state Labor Department, which I am sure has a website. Also, since you are a minor, immediately involve your parents to do this with you.
Now, the BIG exception. If you are working an agricultural job, a volunteer service, or the like, your state probably has different laws that apply. But in most cases, even a 14 year old working on a farm is guaranteed food and rest.
Personal Injury Dilemma ?
Hi, Whilst On A Ski Trip I Was About To Sled Down A Hill, My Uncle Was Besides Me And Decided To Push Me. I Truly Know He Meant No Harm And I Would Never Want To See Him In Trouble. Any Way I Have Since Had 2 Spinal Operations For A Herniated L4/L5 Disc. Recently Has A Diseconomy And Decompression, But Still Have Foot Drop And Nerve Damage. I Was Wondering If His Travel Insurance Would Pay For My Medical Bills, Plus Since Being Off Work I Only Get Ssp Which Is Nothing Only About 360 Pound A Month Compared To My Usual 2K, I Have Not Pursued Anything As Obviously The Last Thing I Want To Do Is Get My Uncle In Criminal Trouble Or Have To Pay Anything Out Of His Own Pocket. I Just Getting Worried As My Consultant Feels The Next Step Maybe A Fusion Due To The Injury To The Remaining Disc And My Back Pain. I Have Been Told I Won'T Be Able To Continue To Manual Work I Do Either So I Maybe Out Of A Job! Any Advice Oh And The Whole Thing Is On Video Haha That Someone Was Taping.
His travel insurance will not cover this. Travel insurance does not cover injury to others.
If he has a type of insurance that does cover responsibility for injury to others, and you sue him, and you win the lawsuit against him, then his insurance that covers responsibility for injury to others will pay. But his travel insurance won't.
Even if you do not sue him, the following types of insurance will pay, but only if they are your own insurance, not if they are his insurance:
1) Your own health insurance may pay for your medical bills. His health insurance won't.
2) Your own disability insurance may pay for the time off work. His disability insurance won't.