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My Friends Ex Went To Jail For Domestic Violence Against Her. He Has A Lawyer, My Friend Doesnt.?
Now His Family And Attorney Is Trying To Contact Her And Scare Her Into Dropping The Charges. His Mother Told My Friend That Since She Started It By Throwing His Phone At Him, It Was Considered Assault With A Deadly Weapon. I Told Her They Are Probably Using Scare Tactics Against Her. Is She Going To Be Ok Without A Lawyer? She Has No Criminal Record, And I Don'T Know If It Is Relevant But He Has A Major One. She Has Proof Of Her Physical Injuries Caused By Him (Police Report, Pictures) We Just Really Need Some Advice Because She Doesn'T Want To Go To Court Surprised By Something She Doesn'T Know How To Deal With.
Your friend does not need an attorney. Domestic violence is a crime against the state. She is the victim. The District Attorney will be prosecuting the case.
Of course, the ex's attorney is going to do what he can to get the case dropped. She does not have to cave in to the attorney's demands. In fact, she should not even be communicating with the ex's attorney. Instead, tell her to contact the DA who will be prosecuting the case to discuss any information that might be important to the to the case.
Starting A Parenting Plan?
Hi, I Am Having Quite A Time Figuring Out What Is Fair For The Father, And What Is Fair For My Son & Myself. I Have A 2 Year Old Son; I Was Never Married To The Father, Nor Have We Lived Together. The Father Has Never Taken Our Son Overnight, And Has Only Had Him Alone Under 20 Times During Our Son'S Whole Life. Up Until This Point, He Has Come Over To My House Whenever He Pleased, Sometimes Every Day During The Week After Work (4-8Pm), And We Have Usually Hung Out On Weekends As A &Quot;Family&Quot; From 3Pm-7 Or 8Pm.
I Don'T Feel That My Son Has An Attachment To His Father, As The Fact That Every Time He First Sees His Father, He Hides His Face. I Was Thinking Of Starting Out With Tues & Thur From 3:30Pm To 6:30 Pm, Incl Dinner, And Sundays From 8Am To 3Pm, Incl Breakfast, Lunch And A Nap.
Any Advice Whether This Is Fair Or Not? What About Holidays Or As He Gets Older? Can I Restrict Overnights Until Age 5?
I Don'T Have The Money For A Lawyer. I Am A Full-Time Student
Well the reason your son isn't comfortable is because you arn't showing him YOU ARE. Starting out yes 3 to 4 days a week alone with the father is best. Approx 4-6 hours a day/night. Then after about a year your son should be introduced to overnights. Say 2-3 days a week of 4 hours each then every Friday or Saturday Father gets him at 4 to 6pm and keeps him until 4 to 6pm the next day. Do that for another 6 months to a year, then the father and son should have minimum every other full weekend together. Friday at 4 to Sunday ? As far as holidays etc... you need to discuss this with the father so you both know each others family plans. Rotating holidays is an option. You get them one year he the next or you split the day in half such as Christmas you keep son until 3pm and father gets him 3pm to 3pm the next day and then rotate letting father have the morning the next year. The fathers time is just as important as yours and you will be teaching your son by your example. What does the father want??
I am very flexible with my ex who has no parental rights, but my childrens right to be with their father comes 1st. He actually gets them when ever he wants according to his schedule now as they are teenagers. But when they were little he would take them for lunch almost daily. Later he chose to keep them overnight twice a week. So it all depends on what you work out together.
It all needs to be in writing and notorized, which is like $5-$10.
How Do People Flunk Out Of Law School?
How Did They Do In Undergrad?
Whats The Difference Between Law School And Undergrad?
Law school is graded on a full curve; therefore, your grade depends partially determined by how well your classmates do. For this reason, it is not uncommon to see an A student in undergrad become a B student in law school (especially at first). You just have to realize that you are competing against some of the smartest people in America.
As far as actually flunking out, unless you attend some really crummy tier four school somewhere that drops the bottom 10% of the class every year (eg Coolie), you are not likely to actually fail out. At my school (University of Houston), in a class of 250, maybe two or three won't make it. Nationwide, 90-95% of people who begin law school wind up graduating. There is a minimum GPA at my school of 2.5, but the curve means that a bad grade is a C+, not a D, so few actually fall below the standard. To actually flunk an individual law school class, you pretty much have to freak out and write gibberish on the exam.
Seriously, if you treat law school like a full time job, go to class, do the reading, and make some effort at studying for the exams, you are probably not going to fail.
Tenants Have Dog-- Legal Implications-- Insurance?
When I First Got My Condo Insurance They Made A Big Deal About My Tenants Having Dogs. Something About If Someone Gets Bitten They Can Sue The Owner Of The Condo. Does This Still Reign True Even Though My Lease Has A Pet Clause-- About Getting Bitten And I'M Not Responsible? Are There Loopholes That My Insurance Company Is Worried About?
If you know that there is a prohibited breed or dangerous (ie, has bitten before) dog on the premises, then YOU can be held liable for any damages the dog does biting someone else - even though you're only the landlord. Even if the dog isn't typically a dangerous breed or hasn't bitten anyone, if you know the dog is there, or you allow dogs, you can be sued.
The problem is, when kids get bitten by dogs, juries DON'T CARE how much control the mean, greedy landlord had over the dog being there - THEY WILL FIND AGAINST THE LANDLORD, in favor of the cute, small, innocent children, EVERY TIME. They don't care about leases, or hold harmless agreements. You will lose, in court. Period.
So that's why the insurance companies care. So if you have a tenant breaking the lease with a dog there - get 'em out. Quick. Or YOU could end up losing a lot more than a tenant.
A Question About Legal Rights?
Ok Call Me Immature Or W/E But I Just Wanna Know What'S Legal And What I Can Do In This Situation.
Im Turning 18 In Less Than 2 Months. My Grandparents Are My Guardians, My Dad Isn'T. Alot Of My Stuff Is At My Dads, Which Ive Been Coming Over And Cleaning It Out Since I Don'T Live There Anymore And My Dad And Step Mom Are Moving Out. My Dad Doesn'T Care What I Take Since Everything I Own Is Pretty Much Teen Stuff N Stuff I Grew Up With, Which Obviously Shouldn'T Matter To Him.
But I Know One Thing We Might Possibly Be Feuding Over.. And Thats My Ps3 (Which Brings To My Top Sentence About This Question May Being Stupid And Immature Over A Dumb Ps3), But Honestly Im Only 17 And Im Not Gonna Spend $300 On A Ps3. Since I Already Know That When He Was My Guardian Everything I Owned Was His, But Now Since Hes Not My Guardian And Im Also Almost 18, Im Wondering If I Can Legally Take It.
Yes He Bought It, But It Was A Gift For Me For My Bday. So Im Asking If I Wait Till Im 18 Im Wondering If It Would Be Mine Since It Was Gift To Me? I Mean For Example If You Are Reading This And You Happen To Be Over 18, And Your Friend Buys You A Bday Or Xmas Gift, After A While Its Still Legally Theirs? No..
So Yea, Im Asking Can You Legally Take Something That Was A Gift To You At The Age Of 18 And Them Not Being Your Guardian Anymore?
Exercising your legal right is never a question of maturity... I'm a UK Law Student
I am uncertain as to exactly how it would work in the US, but I would imagine it is fairly similar to the UK. When he was your guardian, you are correct that he has a title to any of your property for you are his legal responsibility and any material thing assosciated with you therefore comes under his realm of legal responsibility. However, as soon as he is no longer your guardian, your possessions no longer become subject to his legal influence, they essentially are yours independent of him. As the intent of the PS3 was as a gift (if you were to move out in a years time, you would expect to take it with you) it would seem only reasonable that it is your proprerty and so can be withdrawn from his property at his convenience.
The period for which you resided with him, yet he was not your guardian, might permit you rights equal to that of a lodger (you are merely staying with him). In such a case, it would seem entirely unjust and unreasonable for the property owner to state a claim over the possessions of their lodger merely due to that fact that their possessions are located on that property.
Simple answer to you question... I would be very surprised if you couldn't justifiably take it.
How Do You Get Legal Assistance In Canada When Legal Aid Turns You Down For Assistance?
I Am Seeking Legal Assistance For A Drug Conspiracy Case. I Have Had My Lawyers Quit Because They Refuse To Challenge The Bogus Drug Evidence Being Used Against Me. We Have Proof Of Perjury Of Witnesses, Corruption Of Evidence And Numerous Illegal Acts On Behalf Of The Rcmp And Other Governments Agents.
You don't. Your own lawyers refused to work with you probably because you are so much smarter than them and know more about the law than they do. After all, they only spent years learning the law ... they weren't simply born with that knowlege as you were. You are not eligible for Legal Aid? Well, that's the way the cookie crumbles. Act as your own lawyer, you are bound to blow all those fakers out of the water. By the way, do you know who it was that said, "The person who acts as his own lawyer has a fool for a client"??