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Dui Court Date?
A Friend Of Mine Got A Dui Recently And Has Court In Like A Month, She Is Really Freaking Out And I Was Wondering If Anyone Who Has Gone Through It Can Explain To Me How Everything Goes. Is It Just Traffic Court?
DUI is not just traffic court.
You did not indicate what state you are in, but your friend needs to IMMEDIATLY hire an attorney who deals with DUI defense. There are a variety of things to look for, and only an attorney who deals with these types of cases.
She needs to do this in the next few days, because in most states, DUI is now a two faceted process. There is an administrative revocation of one's driver's license, and there are the criminal charges. Often, the administrative revocation can be challenged, and successfully, but only if the proper appeals are filed within a set time frame. An attorney in your state will know what those rules are and how to help her.
If she needs a referral for an attorney, contact the local or state bar association.
Does Anybody Know Of A Top Notch Criminal Defense Lawyer In Or Around Long Beach, Ca?
I Am Willing To Pay For The Best! Whoever Is Capable Of Pulling Strings, Having Coffee With The Right Da, Or Working The Loopholes Of Law In California Or Whatever It Is That They Do To Become Great Lawyers. I Really Wanna Get My Girlfriend Out Of Jail And She Is Sitting In There With A Felony Charge For Possession Of Pepperspray. There Is A 25,000 Bail And A No Bail Hold For Probation Violation. Is There Anybody That Is Capable Of Convincing The Judge Or The Po That She Is Just A Single White 110Lb Girl In Los Angeles Who Did Not Know That This Would Turn Out Like This To Have Possession Of A Self Defense Spray. Los Angeles Is A Dangerous Place And If Necessary It Was Mine And She Did Not Know It Was In Her Car.
Search for a lawyer in the area
Is The Attorney Buck Taylor A Fraud?
He Is An Attorney In Tennesse. And I Need To Know If He Is A Fraud Or Not. He Doesnt Answer My Calls Anymore, And He Is Making Up Excuses. Have You Guys Ever Heard Of Him?
Hi. I cannot answer the question whether "Buck Taylor" is a fraud. However, after doing a search on the Tennessee Bar Association website, I can tell you there is no attorney with that name licensed in the state of Tennessee. Please see the bar website located below, and you can click on 'Search for a Member', and you can try to locate that name. There are 33 Taylors registered in Tennessee - I couldn't tell you if Buck Taylor might be registered under a different first name, etc.
Even if Buck Taylor IS a licensed attorney (wherever), you can file a complaint with the bar association of that state if you feel the attorney has been negligent, or in your case, fraudulent, etc. If Buck Taylor is not a licensed attorney, it is possible civil or criminal charges could be brought against him (though I certainly don't have enough information to say one way or the other on that).
Legal Help/Research For A Book?
Here'S The Scenario:
A Young Woman Has Just Lost Her Husband Of Five Years In A Car Accident. The Man Who Caused The Accident Had Fallen Asleep At The Wheel.
Now, The Widow Is A Very Forgiving Soul And As Such Decides To Grant Amnesty To The Man Who Killed Her Husband. However, For Fear That Her Husband'S Family Would Try And Stop Her, She Doesn'T Tell Anyone About The Decision She'S Made.
When The Truth Finally Does Come Out, Her In-Laws Are Up In Arms, And Are Looking For Justice. Yet, She Insists That The Man Go Free.
Can Her In-Laws Sue Her For Something, Do They Have A Case They Can Take To Court?
Are There Any Wholes In This Scenario?
Thanks For The Help!
There are two legal issues here.
One is criminal. If the driver who fell asleep may have been legally negligent, then the district attorney's office can prosecute him without any regard to what the widow wants. Her views may be taken into account if the guy's convicted, when the judge pronounces the sentence.
(Example from real life: A tour bus driver gambled in Atlantic City all night instead of sleeping. Awake for more than 40 hours, he fell asleep at the wheel on the New York Thruway, crashed the bus, killing and injuring his passengers. He was charged with criminally negligent homicide.)
The other half is a civil suit. The wife can choose not to sue the driver for loss of her husband and their vehicle but to accept the liability coverage his insurance company offers to compensate. Usually it's pretty low compared to real-world factors like the person's potential lifetime earnings, but adequate to reimburse the vehicle's actual value if they'd sold it.
The in-laws can sue for loss of their son, but they're unlikely to win any judgment. The spouse's loss is presumed to trump all other claims.
The wife will not ever hold the decision in her hands on whether the driver who fell asleep will go free. The judge's decision in any criminal trial will take her wishes into his consideration, but they will not be the only factor he or she weighs.
What College Courses Are Required For A Major In Constitutional Law?
I Want To Do This Summer Program Where I Do College Level Courses At Princeton And I Was Wondering What Classses Would Be Beneficial For Me 2 Take If I Want To Major In Constitutional Law. I Dont Want 2 Spend $5000 On Classes For No Reason.
Universities that offer a major in Con Law are few and far between. If I could have majored in Con Law, I would have, but in most cases that's just not a realistic option. However, you can attempt to tailor a major in Government or Political Science to your specific interests. And then you can always go to law school, where you can get more Con Law than you can begin to imagine.
Either way, just look for courses that address issues of law in the U.S. The subject of constitutional law is very far reaching, so I'm sure there are a range of courses available to you that all relate to this topic. First, there are the obvious examples of con law oriented courses: Civil Liberties, the First Amendment, Government Structure, etc. Then there will probably be a few ones that are necessarily rooted in con law, such as politics regarding race, gender, sexuality, family, etc. Political theory and political thought classes are going to be far more theoretical than substantive, and not really con law oriented--they'll be about Plato and Loche, not Substantive Due Process and the Exclusionary Rule.
Looking at Princeton's Politics course list, there aren't many things truly geared toward con law per se. Some possibilities, though, include (I put a * next to the ones I, as a con law oriented student, would've most preferred):
POL 220 American Politics
POL 316 Civil Liberties*
POL 318 Law and Society*
POL 324 Congressional Politics
POL 327 Mass Media and American Politics
POL 332 Statesmanship: Anglo-American Theory and Practice
POL 342 The Politics of Gender and Sexuality*
POL 392 American Foreign Policy
POL 422 American Seminar: Religious Liberty in American Constitutional History*
POL 423 American Seminar: Politics of Crime and Punishment
POL 319 Law, Politics and Violence
POL 334 The Politics of Race and Health in America*
If nothing else, just contact the politics department at Princeton and ask their advice.
Connecticut Under-Age Dui Laws?
I'M A Teen Who Recently Moved To The State Of Ct. I Live In A Somewhat Affluent Town, And Here, The Idea Seems To Be That If You Don'T Get Caught With Drugs, You'Re Fine. But I'M Curious Because It Affects So Many Of My New Friends Who Go Driving While &Quot;Under The Influence&Quot;...What Are The Penalties For Getting Caught And Receiving An Under-Age Dui (Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs And/Or Alcohol) In This State? What If You Are Also Caught High Or Drunk In A Car, But You Were Not The One Driving It? Do You Receive The Same Consequences As The Person Who Was?
Connecticut DUI laws:
as far as being in the car but not as the driver, that would fall under Public Intoxication rather than DUI