4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Help You When you want an attorney for any reason, you should work closely with them in order to win your case. Regardless how competent they may be, they're likely to need your help. Listed below are four important ways to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're planning to reveal to them. Privilege means anything you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know everything in advance - especially information another side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they should assist them to win. 3. Appear Early For All Those Engagements Do not be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, by being punctually, whenever. In reality, because you might need to discuss last second details or perhaps be extra prepared for the case you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate Which You Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for any kind of crime, it's important to be able to convince the legal court that you simply both regret the actions and so are making strides toward increasing your life. By way of example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer to get a rehab program. Be sincere and associated with the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your odds of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you ought to win your case.
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My Mother-In-Law Has Power Of Attorney Of Her Husband?
If She Has Power Of Attorney Can She Keep Her Son From Taking His Father Out Because Her Son Is Just Taking Advantage Of Him Like Making Him Buy Him A House Wanting The Family Business Etc. The Father Had Strokes He Has Altimeter'S, He Has Something Wrong With Him Where His Brain Is Dying And Shrinking The Father Is Just Crazy He'S Seeing Dead People Like Is Dad Which Has Been Dead For Over 35 Years And Etc. So Can She Prevent Him For Taking His Dad Out.
You should honestly ck. with an atty., but when someone/anyone has POA over another person, the one with the POA has the last say over what this person can or cannot do. That's the purpose of a POA. When someone can no longer be capable of making decisions, a POA is drawn up for that person to have COMPLETE control FOR the incapable person who is unable to do for themselves any longer. She CAN keep the son away from him & taking him anywhere, taking advantage of him. She holds the "key" to what he does or doesn't do, she does the thinking & everything else for him. That's her rights as holder of his POA....best to you...:)
How To Study Commercial Law?
I Have No Knowledge/Experience In Laws In General But I Am Interested In Trading And I'D Like To Learn About Its Laws. Where Can I Study Commercial Law And Is It One Book Or Several Ones And Is Commercial Law Same For All Countries Or Different?
If by "trading" you mean stock trading, you don't need to worry about much about law until you start getting into serious complex trades. Just about anything you might need to think about will be handled by your broker. Otherwise, if you need to know the law, go to law school or hire someone to work for you or advise you who did.
Commercial law is very, very broad since it encompasses pretty much any area of law a business will get involved in, from administrative law to toxic torts. Securities law will vary from country to country, since each nation regulates securities differently. Even in the US, there are differences in regulation between state law, Federal law, and exchange rules. Beyond securities, there's contracts, sales, secured lending, lessor/lessee, property, intellectual property, anti-trust, environmental law, employment law, torts, and international law. Each of these areas is distinct and highly technical. Most lawyers that work with high-wealth individuals or large businesses devote most of their adult lives to learning and practicing one single area, though it is possible, with intense study, to learn their fundamentals yourself. Each will require a separate book and immense amounts of time to read, do case studies, and just generally digest the information. If you're really dedicated to that, I'd suggest West's "Nutshell" series and the "Examples and Explanations" series to learn and work with examples of the various points of law each topic will present. Expect to spend around $120 total per subject for those two books.
Will District Attorney Deal With A Small Check?
I Have A Question. First Off I Am An Independant Consultant.. I Sent A Refund To A Client In The Form Of A Check For $400.. The Check Didnt Clear Because My Other Bills Pulled Out The Funds. I Am In The Process Of Paying The Client Back ( Always Said I Would) But I Am Waiting On Funds To Hit My Account Then I Will Pay Him Back.. He Is Treatned To Take It To The Da And Prosicute Me.. I Will , Of Course Have It Paid Way Before It Hits The Da.. This Guy Told Me He Will Send Me To Jail.. Even Though I Am Paying Him Back.. My Question Is Will The Da Waste Tax Payers Money Over A $400 Check? Event After I Pay It Off?????
in most states the DA is NOT involved, the complainant signs a warrant and presents the returned check as evidence, a court date is set and a judge will look at the check, and find you guilty, they will add court cost and possibly a fine to the amount owed....
get this taken care of before it gets to this point, once the warrant is signed it is going to cost you at least the $400.00 plus a couple of hundred more in court cost, and if the judge has seen you before on a similar case they will hit you with a fine of up to 2 times as much as the check was for.....
do not even think that the DA is to busy because the DA will have no actual involvement.........
Eeoc & Lawsuits?
Has Anyone Ever Filed A Lawsuit With The Eeoc? I Had Recently Filed A Lawsuit Against A Pervious Employer, They Fired Me Because I Was Pregnant (Had The Baby A Week After They Fired Me). I Wanted To Know Has This Happened To Anyone And How Was It Resolved? Did You Get Any Money? How Much? Did You Get Your Job Back? Did They Have To Pay For Training?
The EEOC (on behalf of the people of the United States of America) files a lawsuit against your former employer if it is deemed that the employer broke the law. You will not be a party to that lawsuit, nor is the lawsuit on your behalf - you will not be awarded damages as a result of the lawsuit. The EEOC lawsuit is a last attempt to make the employer comply with the law in the future and to remedy its past indiscretions. Before filing a lawsuit, the EEOC tries to enter into a "conciliation agreement" with the employer, which is a settlement agreement of sorts between the government and the employer where the employer is penalized for not following the law - there may be fines, education, etc. required of your employer. The EEOC does not collect damages for you - you are essentially out of the picture. If you want damages from your former employer for your specific incident, you will have to get an attorney and file a lawsuit. It helps that the EEOC found in your favor, but not necessarily so. Get an attorney who deals with employment matters regularly. Make sure to do this soon - you have a statute of limitations to meet (the date on which your case is forever barred if a lawsuit is not filed). Good luck -
Can I Seek Legal Advice Over A Naughty Photo Of Me That Someone Is Spreading?
I Recently Exchanged Photos, Messages And Phone Calls With A Guy I Have Been Friends With For A Long Time But Havent Talked To In A Few Years. He Convinced Me To Sent Him A Topless Picture One Night By Sms (Stupid I Know) Because We Were Both Getting Carried Away.
Then I Got Abusive Messages From What Turned Out To Be His Girlfriend And It Ended In Her Saying That She Has Sent The Photo To All Her Phone Contacts, All His Contacts And Will Post Copies Of The Photo'S All Around My Home Town.
I Am So Upset And Humiliated And Don'T Know What To Do, The Whole Thing Was Completely Out Of Character For Me, I Have Young Children And I Feel Completely Distraught. Is There Anything I Can Do Legally To Stop Her?
1. Keep all the proof you can get.
2. Spend about $20 and go see Legal Aid.
3. Never do a dumb thing like that again. In this day & age of modern technology.... things go viral very quickly. Just ask Paris Hilton.
Who Is The Best Criminal Def Fence Lawyer In Austin Texas?
look up------the best defense lawyer in texas---on computer see who u come up with