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What Is The Penalty For A Felony Charge Of Less Than $30 In Illinois?
What Is The Penalty For A Felony Charge Of Less Than $30 In Illinois? What Is A Possible Conviction? Minimum And Maximum Punishment?

A felony charge of less than 30 dollars is not a charge, try again is it a theft charge or burglary or what is the actual charge. Here is Illinois schedule of sentences for all Felonies so when you get the classification of the felony you will have the projected sentence.}{

Class X Felony

Between 6 and 30 years in State Penitentiary; and/or
Fine of up to $25,000
Examples: Aggravated Criminal Sexual Assault

Class 1 Felony

Between 4 and 15 years in State Penitentiary; and/or
Fine of up to $25,000
Examples: Criminal Sexual Assault, Possession of Heroin, Cocaine, LSD

Class 2 Felony

Between 3 and 7 years in State Penitentiary; and/or
Fine of up to $25,000
Examples: Arson

Class 3 Felony

Between 2 and 5 years in State Penitentiary; and/or
Fine of up to $25,000
Examples: Aggravated Battery

Class 4 Felony

Between 1 and 3 years in State Penitentiary; and/or
Fine of up to $25,000
Examples: Aggravated Assault, Stalking

What Can You Get For A Slip And Fall?
What Can You Get If You Slip And Fell And Injuried Your Knee,But Your Knee Is Damaged For The Rest Of Your Life?

Well, you first need to prove that the slip and fall occured on someone else's property and that some condition or problem that they knew about but did not fix actually caused the fall.

It's tough to know how much you can get. It really depends on how much the injury disables you, doctor's bills, surgical, implements costs, etc.

It would probably not be an exorbitant amount if you're still able to walk and do basic activities.

How Did Nelson Mandela Fight For Equality?
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As a young student, Mandela became involved in political opposition to the white minority government's denial of political, social and economic rights to South Africa's black majority. Joining the African National Congress in 1942, he founded its more dynamic Youth League two years later together with Walter Sisulu, Oliver Tambo and others.

After the 1948 election victory of the Afrikaner-dominated National Party with its apartheid policy of racial segregation, Mandela was prominent in the ANC's 1952 Defiance Campaign and the 1955 Congress of the People, whose adoption of the Freedom Charter provided the fundamental program of the anti-apartheid cause. During this time Mandela and fellow lawyer Oliver Tambo operated the law firm of Mandela and Tambo, providing free or low-cost legal counsel to many blacks who would have been otherwise entirely without legal representation.

Initially committed to non-violent mass struggle he and 150 others were arrested on 5 December 1956 and charged with treason. The marathon Treason Trial of 1956-1961 followed, and all were acquitted. Mandela and his colleagues accepted the case for armed action after the shooting of unarmed protesters at Sharpeville in March 1960 and the subsequent banning of the ANC and other anti-apartheid groups.

In 1961 he became the commander of the ANC's armed wing Umkhonto we Sizwe ("Spear of the Nation", or MK), which he co-founded. He coordinated a sabotage campaign against military, government and civilian targets and made plans for possible guerrilla war if sabotage failed to end apartheid. He also fundraised for MK abroad, and arranged for paramilitary training, visiting various African governments.

On August 5, 1962 he was arrested after the CIA tipped off the police, after living on the run for seventeen months and was imprisoned in the Johannesburg Fort. Three days later the charges of leading workers to strike in 1961 and leaving the county illegally were read to him during a court appearance. On October 25, 1962, Mandela was sentenced to five years in prison. Two years later on June 11, 1964 a verdict had been reached concerning his previous engagement in the African National Congress.

While Mandela was in prison, police arrested prominent ANC leaders on 11 July 1963 at Liliesleaf Farm, Rivonia. Mandela was brought in, and at the Rivonia Trial, Mandela, Ahmed Kathrada, Walter Sisulu, Govan Mbeki, Andrew Mlangeni, Raymond Mhlaba, Elias Motsoaled, Walter Mkwayi (escaped during trial), Arthur Goldreich (escaped from prison before trial), Dennis Goldberg and Lionel "Rusty" Bernstein were charged with sabotage and crimes equivalent to treason (but which were easier for the government to prove). Joel Joffe, Arthur Chaskalson and George Bizos were part of the defence team that represented the accused. All except Rusty Bernstein were found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment on 12 June, 1964. Charges included involvement in planning armed action, in particular sabotage (which Mandela admits to) and a conspiracy to help other countries invade South Africa (which Mandela denies). Over the course of the next twenty-six years, Mandela became increasingly associated with opposition to apartheid to the point where the slogan "Free Nelson Mandela" became the rallying cry for all anti-apartheid campaigners around the world.

Refusing an offer of conditional release in return for renouncing armed struggle (February 1985), Mandela remained in prison until February 1990, when sustained ANC campaigning and international pressure led to his release on 11 February, on the orders of state president F.W. de Klerk and the ending of the ban on the ANC. He and de Klerk shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993. Mandela had already been awarded the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought in 1988.

As president of the ANC (July 1991 - December 1997) he ran a largely ceremonial and uncompetitive campaign against de Klerk for the new office of President of South Africa. Mandela won, becoming the nation's first black Head of State. De Klerk was appointed deputy president.

How Can I Stop My Wife'S Attorney From Seeking Alimony From Me?
To Any Attorney That May Be Able To Help Me, I'D Greatly Appreciate It. I'Ve Been Married To My Wife For 40 Years. She Has Never Worked Because I Own My Business And She Has Never Had To. She Has Lived The Life Of Luxury For Many Years Now. About 5 Years Ago, My Business Took A Big Hit And We Lost A Lot Of Money. However, She Would Not Change Her Spending Habits And We Are Now In The Hole With A House We Cannot Afford Because She Refuses To Put The House On The Market. Needless To Say, In Order To Stop The Bleeding, I Needed To File For Divorce. I Am A 64 Year Old Man And Yes, I Have An Attorney Who I Have Paid 20 Grand Already And He Isn'T Doing Much. My Wife'S Attorney Is Seeking Alimony And Quite Frankly, I Don'T Plan On Working Much Longer. I&Quot;M Trying To Get Them To See That At 64, She'S Better Off Just Taking The 67% Of The Assets That I Drafted In A Settlement Deal (I Am Only Getting 33%). Her Attorney Believes She Can Get That Plus $17,000 A Month In Alimony. Are They Crazy? I'M Planning On Retiring In 4 Months When I Turn 65. She Could Make That Alone In Income If She Would Invest In Her Portion Of The Assets, So Why Are They Going After Alimony? Any Advice?

You can't stop them from asking. It's normal to request alimony for someone who hasn't worked outside the home for that many years. Further she's probably not remotely prepared to start supporting herself at this point in her life. Divorcing her isn't necessarily the answer to a spending problem in a situation like yours.

And yes, they're asking for it because they can and your current income apparently shows it is feasible. Just because they ask doesn't mean it will happen, but I can't see the court not awarding her alimony after all these years of marriage, even with a settlement.

I Know To Fund Law School Will Be Costly Are There Any Loan Forgiveness Programs For Lawyers?
Teachers Can Have Loans Paid Back If They Work In A Critical Area Do Attorneys Have Anything Like This?

LRAPs were set up by law schools (and are now also offered by some federal and state agencies) to defray or, in some instances, fully cover the education debt payments of their graduates who become government or public interest lawyers. Some 80 or so law schools (see list below) offer some kind of LRAP.

Generally speaking, full-time work (with some programs, part-time work may also qualify) as a public defender/prosecutor or in other government agencies/advocacy groups or in a public interest law firm will qualify you for an LRAP. Note that judicial clerkships are generally not considered eligible employment. Eligibility is also generally limited to those making under a certain annual income threshold, usually $35,000 - $50,000.

If you qualify, you will receive forgivable loans (contingent upon eligible employment for a specified period of time), grants or other financial assistance toward a percentage, or even all, of your student loan payments in a given year. Some schools may expect at least some contribution toward annual loan payments from each applicant.

Please note that LRAPs can vary significantly from school to school and they certainly have their limits. Most are severely underfunded, so not all qualified candidates may receive assistance in any given year. Generally, LRAPs give preference to the applicants with the highest debt-to-income ratios. Also, with many programs, once you earn even a dollar over the maximum income threshold you will become ineligible for continued assistance under the program.
Law Schools with Loan Repayment Assistance Programs

* American University Washington College of Law

* Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

* Boston College Law School

* Boston University School of Law

* Brooklyn Law School

* Case Western Reserve University School of Law

* Catholic University of America - Columbus School of Law

* Columbia University School of Law

* Cornell University Law School

* Creighton University School of Law

* Duke University School of Law

* Emory University School of Law

* Fordham University School of Law

* Franklin Pierce Law Center

* George Washington University Law School

* Georgetown University Law Center

* Golden Gate University School of Law

* Hamline University School of Law

* Harvard Law School

* Hofstra University School of Law

* Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

* Loyola University, Chicago School of Law

* Loyola University, New Orleans School of Law

* Marquette University Law School

* New York Law School

* New York University School of Law

* Northeastern University School of Law

* Northwestern University School of Law

* Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College

* Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law

* Pace University School of Law

* Pennsylvania State University, The Dickinson School of Law

* Pepperdine University School of Law

* Regent University School of Law

* Rutgers University School of Law, Camden

* Rutgers University School of Law, Newark

* Santa Clara University School of Law

* Seattle University School of Law

* Seton Hall University School of Law

* Southwestern University School of Law

* Stanford University Law School

* St. Thomas University School of Law (FL)

* Suffolk University Law School

* Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law

* Touro College: Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

* Tulane University School of Law

* University of California, Berkeley School of Law

* University of California, Davis School of Law

* University of California, Hastings College of Law

* University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law

* University of Chicago Law School

* University of Denver College of Law

* University of Georgia School of Law

* University of Iowa College of Law

* University of Maine School of Law

* University of Maryland School of Law

* University of Michigan Law School

* University of Minnesota Law School

* University of North Carolina School of Law

* University of Notre Dame Law School

* University of Oregon School of Law

* University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

* University of Pennsylvania Law School

* University of San Diego School of Law

* University of San Francisco School of Law

* University of Southern California Law School

* University of St. Thomas School of Law

* University of Utah College of Law

* University of Virginia School of Law

* Valparaiso University School of Law

* Vanderbilt University Law School

* Vermont Law School

* Wake Forest University School of Law

* Washington and Lee University School of Law

* Washington University School of Law

* Whittier Law School

* Widener University School of Law

* William and Mary School of Law

* William Mitchell College of Law

* Willamette University College of Law

* Yale Law School

Custody Rights?
My Baby Does Not Have His Father'S Last Name, He Has Mine, Who Has More Rights?

Visitation, custody, and child support are three different legal orders that must be made by the Family court judge. If his name is not on the birth certificate, you must prove he is the bio dad to garner a child support order. Time is very important. If you wait too long, you will lose. DNA tests must be ordered by the court.