Finding A Skilled Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will see that there are numerous lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they focus on your sort of case. This may make the entire process of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be possible to narrow down your search off to the right one out of very little time. The first task is to produce a selection of the lawyers that are listed in your area specializing in your circumstances. While you are making this list you must only include those that you may have an effective vibe about based upon their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by taking a little while evaluating their webpage. There you must be able to find just how many years they are practicing and some general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list ought to have shrunken further to the people which you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate volume of experience. You need to then make time to look up independent reviews of each attorney. Make sure to read the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The information inside the reviews provides you with a solid idea of how they connect with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case that they are concentrating on. Finally, it is advisable to talk with a minimum of the very last three lawyers that have the credentials you are interested in. This will give you enough time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing both you and your case. It is imperative that you follow all of these steps to actually find a person which includes the right degree of experience to get you the best possible outcome.
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Legal Information, I Need Help?
I Had Sex With A Girl And Recorded It Without Her Knowing And I Showed My Friends And Then Deleted It, She Found Out I Showed People And Now She Wants To Press Charges, The Texts I Have Send Her Prove I Showed People And That There Was A Video, What Charges Can She Press On Me Or Can She Not At All? Need Help Asap
it depends on where you are, how old you and she were at the time..
the circumstances.. ( drugs/alcohol.. obviously voluntary by both parties .. did you edit the recording her house or someplace where she expected privacy.. did she specifically ask about anyone finding out.. )
how badly her reputation is damaged, does she still get hassled, and is she changing school / jobs / moving away.. phych help?
You can be charged with all kinds of stuff, but it depends on the jurisidiction, everyplace has some different laws
-- violation of privacy, violation of federal wiretapping
-- sexual offense / lifetime registration as a sex offender
-- statutory rape, sexual assault (just talking or touching can be assault) - the act of sex may not be the crime..
-- unlawful gains did you profit, either in reputation or with tangible 'stuff' when you showed this; did she lose reputation or 'stuff'
-- besmirched reputation / slander - why did you show it, even truth can be a crime if shared for malicious reasons
-- loss of future cohabitation/income .. her social background; was she in an arranged marraige that is now ruined, has her church (or equivalent) made her an outcast,.. does this movie make her less likely to be employed or less likely to marry the man of her intent?
like I said - every place has different laws and variations. If you are in a really strict community, (or if she sues you from a really strict place) .. and if she can get a really good lawyer.. they can charge you with anything except the Lindbergh kidnapping. (old-time reference)
-- teens are getting branded a lifetime sex offenders for just 'sexting'.
- that guy in NJ/Rutgers University taped his room mate having sex. The room mate later committed suicide. The guy who taped it already got expelled from school ( means all student loan money was wasted- still needs to be repaid) , did a month in jail (20 days + good behavior) ; but the criminal prosecutor is still trying to get more charges, and the family wants to sue for wrongful death.
If you have already been contacted by police or legal officials, then don't delete or destroy anything. that can be considered 'spoilation'. If you intentionally destroy evidence you know the authorities ( police, court, any legal official) wants, then the other person can say anything they want and you can't prove you didn't do even worse things. Plus you get more charges for destroying evidence. If nobody from the court/police has spoken to you, it may not be a concern.
If nothing else, you should apologize - genuinely, and do what you can to put a stop to all the gossip and sharing of files/ texts for good.
Remember that 'deleted' files can usually be recovered if enough smarts / resources are spent trying to recover them. Nothing is 100% non-recoverable.. just really-really hard to recover.
Get a lawyer if you haven't already done so, but don't make a big public deal out of it. Once the news hears what you have done, you will be branded as a horrible person.
(I'm not sure - but I'm not judging you )
What Forms Does The Superior Court Clerk Commonly Provide? For Family Law?
Summons? Sheriff'S Entry Of Service? Verification? Acknowledgement Of Service?
Trying To Find Out Which Forms I Need To Bring To The Clerk To File An Entire Petition For Legitimation. I'M In Georgia, But Anything You Know Will Be Appreciated
You will have to ask the clerk's office, read the rules of court, and/or find a manual for filing legitimation petitions in your local library or legal library, if it is open to the public. You can ask a lawyer, of course, but I assume you can't afford one.
There is a form that must be filed with any pleading filed in Superior Court, which you can find at the link below. No other forms appear to be available online. In most courts, the clerk provides you with the summons when the case is filed. Be sure to keep copies of all documents before you file. You will receive a docket number on the summons, and that must be placed on all other documents. The summons will probably have a section for the rest of the service-related information, which are alternative ways to serve the defendant/respondent, except for the verification.
What Does Sharia Law State On Divorce?
Sharia law has a great deal to say about divorce. In the laws of Islam (sharia) there are three kinds of divorce, each with separate rules. When a man has initiated a divorce, the procedure is called ṭalāq (Arabic: الطلاق). When a husband accuses his wife of adultery without supplying witnesses and the wife denies it, the process is called li'ān. (Arabic: لعان) When a woman has initiated a divorce it is called khula (Arabic: خلع). Talaq is easily obtained, while obtaining khula is typically quite difficult.
In the ṭalāq divorce, the husband pronounces the phrase "I divorce you" (in Arabic, talaq) to his wife, three times. Many Islamic scholars believe there is a waiting period involved between the three talaqs, pointing to Quran 65:1[Quran 65:1] and various hadiths. However the practice of "triple ṭalāq" at one sitting has been "legally recognized historically and has been particularly practiced in Saudi Arabia."
Shia and Sunni Muslims have different rules for performing a ṭalāq divorce. Sunni practice requires no witnesses, and allows a husband to end a relationship by saying the talaq three times. According to some Sunni schools of jurisprudence, each talaq utterance should be followed by a waiting period of three menstrual periods for women or three month (iddah), when the couple are supposed to try to reconcile with the help of mediators from each family, until the third and final ṭalāq. Some Sunnis who believe the practice of triple talaq in one go to be wrong, nonetheless accept it as final, especially the Hanafi schools of jurisprudence.
Shi'a practice also has a iddah waiting period when the couple are supposed to try to reconcile with the help of mediators from each family, but requires two witnesses for the declaration of ṭalāq. If the couple breaks the waiting period, the divorce is voided. After the waiting period is over, the couple is divorced and the husband is no longer responsible for the wife's expenses, but remains responsible for the maintenance of the children, until they are weaned.
It is also possible for a woman to petition a qadi (judge of Muslim jurisprudence) for a divorce under certain conditions. The circumstances which are regarded as acceptable vary amongst the four Sunni groups of Islamic schools of jurisprudence.
The first six links below discuss the following aspects:
Evaluate and try to Reconcile
Filing for Divorce
The seventh link discusses 47 Issues relating to Divorce.
Commercial Property Fire Insurance Settlement?
Insurance Policy Lawyer Especially Commercial Real Estate Fire Insurance.
Well, you don't ask a question, but I'll tell you you're probably better off consulting a public adjuster, before you hire an attorney.
Why Do Libs Want To Stop Corporate Lobbying, But Not Unions And Law Firms?
Lawyers/Law Firms - $54,000,000 To Dems (Health Care Law &Quot;Protects&Quot; Lawyer Fees From Any Proposed Tort Reform)
Public/Trans/Labor Unions $45,000,000 To Dems(Stimulus-Huge Payoff To Unions)
Wall Street - $23,000,000 To Dems
Because the Unions and law firms own the the Dems. They give sweet heart deals to the Unions with tax payer money and the Unions return the favor in contributions. This could be considered robbery for the tax payers and consumers that aren't in the Union. Law firms work in the same way, they line their pockets at the expense of consumers. Yet, liberals think this is in the best interest of the common person that gets crushed by pass through costs.
Advice In Search For An Attorney?
I Was Assaulted By A Female Employee Of Raising Cane'S Restaurant In The Drive-Thru Window. I Asked About The Reason For The Price Of My Regular Order Being More Than The Usual, And I Believed It Triggered Some Bad Emotions By The Employee. I Asked For My Money And She Hauled The Change And Dollar In My Face, And Afterward Continued To Cuss Me Out In Front Of Police And Management. Neither Corporate Or Law Enforcement Hasn'T Done Anything To Correct This Matter. I Am Looking For An Attorney To Help Me In This Matter.
both of these well known lawyers advertise heavily and have staffs that can easily tell you if you have a case or not