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3 Strategies To Know You've Picked The Proper Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to undergo the court system, particularly if you lack confidence in your legal team. Allow me to share three important approaches to realize that you've hired the correct lawyer: 1. They Specialize In Your Kind Of Case Legislation is usually tricky and that requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. When you need a legal representative, look for individual who handles the challenge you're facing. Even though a family member or friend recommends you employ a good they are aware, if they don't possess a focus that's similar to your case, keep looking. Whenever your attorney is definitely an expert, specifically in the trouble you're facing, you know you've hired the right choice. 2. The Lawyer Carries A Winning Record Based on the circumstances, it can be tough to win an instance, particularly if the team working for you has minimal to no experience. Try to find practices that have won numerous cases that pertain to yours. Although this is no guarantee that you case will likely be won, it provides you with a better shot. 3. They Listen And Respond If the attorney you've chosen takes some time to listen for your concerns and react to your inquiries, you've probably hired the best one. Irrespective of how busy they are or how small your concerns seem from the perspective, it's crucial that they reply to you in a caring and timely manner. From the purpose of look at an ordinary citizen who isn't familiar with the judicial system, court cases can be pretty scary you need updates as well as to seem like you're area of the solution. Some attorneys are just considerably better to you and your case than others. Be sure you've hired the most suitable team for your personal circumstances, to ensure that you can placed the matter behind you as quickly as possible. Faith within your legal representative is the initial step to winning any case.

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Would A Criminal Lawyer Make Lot Working With The U.S Department Of Justice?
How Much Would They Make, And How Much Work Will It Take To Be A Lawyer At The Department Of Justice?

DOJ attorneys are on the federal government pay scale just like most other federal employees. They start at GS-11 and obviously can go higher based on experience. The pay starts around $50,000, depending on location and a few other criteria.

The DOJ is extremely competitive, particularly the criminal law division which is among the most prestigious. Government hiring is a lot less grade-dependent than BigLaw so experience is paramount. Graduating from a top school is key for a job right out of law school. It's also possible to work your way up into those positions after a few years in the private sector or doing other public sector work.

Employment Law Attorneys...Need Advice About S. Harassment Complaint.?
A Few Months Ago I Filed A Sh Complaint To My Hr Department. It Was So Wide Spread, A Large Number Of People In The Office Were Making Comments About Me (I Want To Put A Camera Under Your Desk So I Can See Up Your Dress...I Want To Kick Your Husbands Azz And Take You Away With Me) And Sending Inappropriate Email, Including My Managers. They Did Their Investigation And Nobody Got Fired Or Written Up. We All Had To Take A Course On The Subject. Now They Laid Me Off Stating My Position Has Been Eliminated And Gave Me 2 Weeks Pay With A 30 Day Window. Come To Find Out, They Moved Someone From A Different Branch Into My Position (Which I Hear Is Legal). I Found An Attorney Who Feels I Have A Strong Case And Not Only Will They Take It On Contingency, They Will Put In Writing That I Will Not Be Responsible For Court Costs Or Defendants Court Costs If We Lose. I Have All The Emails Sent So I Have That Evidence. I Am Sure Everyone Else Will Lie About Things That Were Said. I Am Scared As All Heck To Go Through With It. I Ask Family For Advice And They Tell Me To Move On. Get The Severance And Forget About It. I Thought I'd Just File With The Dfeh, But In The Separation Agreement, It Will Not Allow Me To Do That. My More Liberal Friends Say Go For It...They Need To Pay For What They Did. Eek! Help?

It's really hard to say what you should do. I brought (along with another female employee) a SH lawsuit against a former employer in 2001. It was finally settled in 2004. Those three years were the worst of my life. Everyone in the company saw it and guess what happened when they were deposed? They all lied.

Not only that, my entire personal life was torn apart. The defendant’s attorneys printed up every email I had ever written or sent, and not just work emails but personal emails that went to my personal account. An innocent joke or emails which were passed on to me became a "sign" that I was inviting this type of behavior. A picture of me lying on my couch in my living room that my friend had sent to me was made to seem like I was posing seductively when in actuality, I was watching a football game and didn’t even know the picture was taken. Little things like that get twisted. It was a horrible experience that I would honestly never do again, even though I know I was right.

When this all first happened I was determined to show that you can fight for what is right. In the end however (even though we settled out of court) it was too much. I know I could have won that case, but emotionally I could not take it any longer. It changes you as a person.

However, just last week I was subpoenaed to a deposition to testify as a witness for another SH case against this same employer for almost identical complaints. I thought that what I went through at least made sure that it wouldn’t happen to someone else, but it did and that employer obviously didn't learn his lesson. I hope the new person who is bringing suit can withstand what is about to happen and I hope she wins and he is penalized, again.

In the end I look back and I am glad I stood up for myself, but I wouldn’t do it again. It was horrible and it made me lose trust in not only our justice system, but in other people. To see how easily people lie when there is evidence they are lying is just too much to bear.

Hope I didn’t bore you, but I just want you to know that you have to decide if it's worth it, if you have the strength to endure it. Even the other plaintiff in my lawsuit says the same; she would never go through this again.

Good luck to you. Your welcome to contact me if you want to chat more.

Need Legal Help, Lawyer Theft?
My Mother Got Into An Accident 2 Years Ago Had To Go To The Hospital And A Few Months Of Therapy. She Has Been Represented By A Small Law Firm In Nj Were She Lives At, A Few Weeks Ago They Called Her And Told Her That Her Case Was Done And That She Needed To Go Into Their Offices. Once There They Told Her That What Little They Got Off The Case It Went To Medical And Lawyer Fees The Lawyer Representing Her Offered Her A Consolation Check On The Amount Of 2,500 Made To Her From His Personal Checking Acct Just For The Time She Had Lost. He Then Tried To Seduced Her Into Signing Some Documents That She Did Not Signed But She Said That When He Showed Her Those Papers She Saw A Lump Sump Stating $75,000 But Then He Took It Away From Her When She Said She Was Not Signing That, She Went On And Told Him That She Does Not Want Him To Write Him A Personal Check, But Rather She Would Like A Company Check Made To Her And She Wanted A Copy Of Those Documents…. He Said No And Almost Forced Her To Sing Those Documents. Then She Called Me And Told Me What Had Happened, Apparently Now They Even Had A One Of My Mom’S Friends Trying To Convince Her To Sing The Stuff And Take The Small Check! I Told Her To Hold Off And Let Me Do Some Research And See What The Deal Is… What Do You Guys Think Is Going On? Were Can I Get Help For This Type Of Problems?

A client should never feel pressured to sign.

The settlement sounds low, but it could happen. Maybe at first look they thought they could get more, but later facts where against it.

And if a lawyer had judged the case wrong, it would be reasonable for a lawyer to pay out of pocket, it could happen that way.

But almost forcing her to sign. That puts everything else into question.

How reasonable is your mother? If your mom over reacts to things, then talk to the lawyer to see what the real story is. If your mothers story is absolutely true, and he was forcing her to sign something, then you might need a new lawyer.

I'm not sure, but my feeling is that the new lawyer would tell you not to even talk to the old lawyer.

Legal Advice On Alimony In Pa?
In The State Of Pa How Is Alimony Determined? My Parents Are Divorcing And My Mother Is The One Filing. However My Father Is On Disability For 10 Years And I'M Sure He Would Go To Domestics And File For Alimony. However The Tricky Part Is That He'S Been Abusing His Prescription Drugs For 10 Years By Snorting Them And Mixing Them. If The Court Knew That Would He Still Be Awarded Alimony? Me And My Mom Left Him For A Very Good Reason Obviously. Serious Advice Only...Thank You!

This is a tough one, he does have a good case for alimony, your lawyer could better answer. Here is why your dad could and couldn't get alimony.

+Long Marriage ?
+No Job

-Unfit father
-Possible Drug abuser? (must be proved)
-Unable to pay child support.

Who'S A Good Immigration Lawyer?
I'M A U.S. Citizen Planning To Get A Fiance Visa To Be With My Fiancé In England. We Attempted This Once But Our Lawyer Was Just An Idiot And Sent It To The Wrong Embassy. Nothing Was Approved Or Denied. Who Is A Good Lawyer To Help Us Do This Visa The Right Way And Have Everything Done In A Short Amount Of Time? Ps Someone By The Name Of Maggy Always Responds To My Immigration Questions. If You See This, Are You And Immigration Lawyer??? If So, Could I Have Your Details? Thanks So Much Everyone!!

Using a lawyer for a UK visa application is a total waste of money unless you have an adverse immigration history and no I am not a member of the legal profession! Do you know any lawyer that would give advice for free!!!

There is a priority service for US citizens applying to settle in the UK which you pay an extra $300 for and you should get a decision within 24-48 hours. You must have a clean immigration history to use this.

You apply for a visa to join family settled in the UK. The fiance and spouse visas conditions are identical except that for the fiance visa you must show evidence that a wedding is planned and for the spouse visa you must show evidence that a wedding has taken place.

A fiance visa is issued for six months only and carries no work permission. It is also single entry so don't plan a honeymoon outside the UK until you have the spouse visa which is multi-entry and allows you to work.

I believe I've already answered you with the process, costs and documentation needed. If you study the links, you should have all the info needed to make a successful application.

Many UK solicitors (we don't have lawyers - it's a term with no professional meaning in the UK) who specialise in immigration offer a 'doc check' service where for a minimal fee they will check through your documentation to make sure you are submitting everything you need. It's cheap because they don't offer immigration advice. They just look at your documentation and tell you if anything is missing. Perhaps your fiance could take a scanned copy of your application and attached docs to one of these solicitors and get their view before you send it off.

Make sure that he picks an OISC registered solicitor. It's illegal for anyone not registered to offer immigration advice.

and PS - stop stressing!!

Criminal Attorney Please!?
Under The Sexually Violent Predators Act, How Many Violent Sex Offenses Does Someone Have To Commit Before State Hospitalization After Prison Becomes Mandatory, Especially With A History Of Misdemeanor Sex Offenses? For Example, One Conviction Of Forcible Rape In 2002 By A Registered Sex Offender. Is This Person Likely Going To A State Hospital After He Has Served His Prison Sentence?

Very likely, particularly under the current environment. What you are describing is, in California, known as Welfare and Institutions 6600. The way it works is this, after a person completes his regular prison term, whatever it is, the District Attorney has the option to file for a 6600 proceeding.

A 6600 proceeding is a criminal/civil proceeding because it is criminal in nature but potentially civil procedurally. Both sides get two experts and the prosecution must prove that the defendant, or, respondent, is a sexual predator or an individual suffering from "paraphelia" as defined in the DSM manual. Essentially, the jury is asked to figure out if they guy has an uncontrollable urge to do it again. They always say yes.

Afterwords, the guy goes to a state mental hospital. In California, that's Coalinga or Atascadero. They go to programs and they get to ask to get let out every two years. They used to get a trial every two years, but now it's just a request. Oftentimes, they program all the way through the courses and even get medically castrated, the DA will still try to keep them in.

Anyway, your example has a guy who was already a registered sex offender before committing rape. Registrable sex offenses that are misdemeanors include stuff like 314, exhibitionism, and a variety of others:
The answer is yes. Now give me best answer please.