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Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will see that there are numerous lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can specialize 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 following it will be easy to define your quest to the right one in almost no time. Step one is to generate a listing of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your neighborhood specializing in your position. When you are making this list you ought to only include those that you have an excellent vibe about based on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by taking a little while evaluating their webpage. There you should certainly find just how many years they are practicing plus some general details about their success rates. At this stage your list should have shrunken further to people that you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate volume of experience. You must then take the time to check out independent reviews of every attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews rather than just relying on their overall rating. The details inside the reviews will give you an idea of how they connect to their customers and the length of time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will need to meet with a minimum of the last three lawyers which have the credentials you are searching for. This will give you some time to truly evaluate how interested they can be in representing your case. It is crucial for you to follow many of these steps to actually hire a company which includes the proper level of experience to help you the very best outcome.

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Can Someone Help Me Find An Affordable Criminal Attorney In Atlanta?
I Need A Criminal Attorney For My Son That's Facing A Murder Charge. I Have Contacted Several People However They Are Asking Between 10K And 25K, I Know There Is Someone Out There Cheaper Than That!

I doubt that you are going to find an attorney for less than that. You can look in the local phone book for the local american bar association and they can give you a list of criminal defense attorneys and perhaps some attorneys that do court appointed cases. You can ask if they know of any that do pro bono cases, it never hurts to ask.

If all else fails and you can't find one, have your son request a court appointed attorney, they will give him a form to fill out and if the court finds that he is indigent, they will appoint him one. If they turn him down the first time go back to the court with the names and firms of at least 3 or 4 attorneys that you have tried to hire and were turned down, that may change his mind and he'll appoint him an attorney.

Can You Sue A Lawyer For Misrepresentation If He Loses....?
An Estate Planning/Elder Law Lawyer Defends Someone With Felony Drug Charges And Loses The Jury Trial. Misrepresentation? Is This Lawyer Even Allowed To Represent The Defendant?

You can sue, but whether or not you win is another matter.

You can sue a lawyer for misrepresentation if they withheld evidence or produced false evidence.

Criminal Defense Lawyer?
Hi I'M Studying Criminal Defense So I Can Become A Criminal Defense Lawyer. I Have No Idea What Companies To Work For. I'M Looking For Companies With Good Benefits And All Of That. If You Can Give Me Some Companies I Might Be Interested In And Maybe List Some Of The Benefits Of The Companies So I Can Make A Final Decision, I Will Give You 10 Points. (= You Can Give Me Private And/Or Public Companies And I'Ll Work Anywhere In The Us. Thanks!

I'm very confused by your question, because criminal defense lawyers don't work for companies at all. They are either employed as public defenders by the court, or they are in law firms - most of them either as sole practitioners or in partnerships with one or two other lawyers. The kinds of big companies with good benefits that you mention (Nike? Starbucks? Walmart? Microsoft?) don't hire criminal defense attorneys, and if you were in law school, you would know that!

Defense Attorney Question?
Why Would A Defense Attorney Try To Put Two Seperate Charges On The Same Court Date. When They Occured At Different Times. So He Got Them Scheduled For The Same Date And Is Taking It To Trial Instead Of Asking For It To Be Dismissed. Instead Of Continued.

Defense attorney or Public defender?
Both Defense attorney's would get both cases heard at one time instead of two different preparations and a better chance of dismissal.
In the Defenses defense this is a smarter move to make saving you money.
In the public defenders case it would be cost effectiveness saving him money.

First Amendment Versus Constitutional Law?
I'M Doing A Case Trial From The Original Monkey Scopes Trial Back In 1925. I'M A Witness To The Prosecution Team And I'M A Law Expert. I'M Suppose To Talk On Constitutional Laws And That Mr. Scopes Violated The Law And Therefore He Was Brought Up To Trial. But The Opposing Team Is Using The First Amendment (Freedom Of Speech) As A Reason To Why Scopes Taught Evolution. So My Question, Is There Any Statements Regarding How The First Amendment Cannot Be Brought Up When One Has Violated A Constitutional Law? The Limitations To The First Amendment? I'Ve Googled And Read Articles On This, And I Found Nothing On It. I'M Not Sure If It'S Because There Aren'T Any Statements About It Or It'S Because I'M A Total Noob With The United States Law And Constitutions. Answers Are Very Much Appreciated, Please And Thank You.


But what person living in 1925 could not become immersed in a trial that set out to prove if we humans evolved from apes or were created by an Almighty being? This made it a SENSATIONAL trial that garnered the headlines every day in the USA. When the dust settled, however, the trial proved to be unimportant and a grand waste of time,

What most people have lost sight of after 86 years is that the Scopes Monkey Trial was nothing more than a publicity stunt. John Scopes, the teacher, for lack of a better term, was ‘recruited’ to be the defendant in the case by the ACLU. There was no ‘Salem Witch-Hunt’ in Dayton with preachers trolling the hallways of Dayton’s schools hunting for teachers who were violating Tennessee’s Butler Act on teaching evolution. But what person living in 1925 could not become immersed in a trial that set out to prove if we humans evolved from apes or were created by an Almighty being? This made it a SENSATIONAL trial that garnered the headlines every day in the USA.

“The whole idea of suing a teacher for teaching evolution was not conceived by the citizens of Dayton, Tennessee, but rather was promoted by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in New York City. The ACLU advertised in newspapers to locate a teacher in Tennessee who would be willing to test the Butler Act in the courts (with all expenses to be paid by the ACLU). A Dayton resident, George Rappleyea, saw an ACLU advertisement in a Chattanooga newspaper and pressured his friend John Scopes to accept the offer. Unfortunately, Scopes was not a science teacher (he majored in prelaw) and had never actually taught evolution! Scopes was a math teacher and football coach who had merely filled in for the biology teacher (who was ill) for two weeks at the end of the school year. Still, with Scopes' reluctant permission, Rappleyea immediately notified the ACLU that "Professor J.T. Scopes, teacher of science at Rhea County High School, will be arrested and charged with teaching evolution."

It was a jury trial and Scopes was found guilty of teaching evolution theories in violation of Tennessee law, i.e., the Butler Act, and he was fined $100. That is all he was on trial for. In 1926, a year after the guilty verdict, the Tennessee Supreme Court reversed the decision of the Dayton court on a technicality and dismissed the case. The court commented, "Nothing is to be gained by prolonging the life of this bizarre case."

Evolution was viewed more 'cautiously', if not liberally, by southern (Fundamentalist) state governments a year after the trial:

"The Scopes trial by no means ended the debate over the teaching of evolution, but it did represent a significant setback for the anti-evolution forces. Of the fifteen states with anti- evolution legislation pending in 1925, only two states (Arkansas and Mississippi) enacted laws restricting teaching of Darwin's theory."

Other than this, nothing was accomplished. Frankly, it was pretty much a grand waste of time, but it sure made the headlines and stimulated the economy of Dayton, Tennessee.

Ct Security Deposit Laws?
I Lived In An Apartment Rom June 07 To June 08. I Was Never Late On Rent (Except For The Last Month) And Did No Damage To The Apartment. Rent Was $850/Month As A Security Deposit I Put Down $1425 I Did Not Pay My Last Months Rent, I Know I Have To Pay 5% Of My Rent ($42.50) Extra For Each Week It Was Late According To The Lease. There Was A 10 Day Grace Period In Which I Would Not Be Penalized For Not Paying Rent In The Begining Of The Month. This Would Mean That I Would Owe Her (Landlord) $977.50 Including The Late Fees. Even Though I Didn'T Pay Last Months Rent, Is She Still Obligated To Give Me Back The $447.50 That Is Remaining Of My Security? I Have Been Expecting It. She Was Given My Forwarding Address Prior To My Moving Out. It Has Been Over 30 Days. Is It Illegal Of Her To Keep My Remaining Money Or Am I In The Wrong??

she owes you and she is kiting.
.......however.......u indicated when you were there; I presume you were on an annual
lease. IT is possible that in CT, you must
give her a 2 mo written notice instead of
a 1 mo notice.

IS your old unit rented out now?

She can withhold security money if
the unit does not rent out quickly
and the state requires a 2 mo written
she is improperly holding your cash.

IF she is improperly withholding it
you can also ask her for 3x the
ALL motivate landlords to
refund within the 15 days obligation period.

Available to help further.