Finding An Experienced Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they are experts in your kind of case. This could make the process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it will be possible to restrict your quest to the correct one in almost no time. Step one is to generate a list of the lawyers which can be listed in your neighborhood that specialize in your needs. While you are making this list you need to only include those which you have a great vibe about depending on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using a while evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find the number of years they are practicing and a few general specifics of their success rates. At this stage your list needs to have shrunken further to the people which you felt had professional websites and an appropriate volume of experience. You ought to then take the time to search for independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure you read the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The info inside the reviews will give you an idea of the direction they communicate with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will want to talk with at least the very last three lawyers who have the credentials you would like. This will provide you with time to really evaluate how interested they can be in representing you and your case. It is actually vital that you follow all of these steps to ensure that you hire a company that has the proper degree of experience to help you the very best outcome.
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Texas Deferred Adjudicatoin On Dui Felony?
Now...With Texas, I Was Able To Get Under A Little Legal Loop Hole That Allowed Me A Deferred Adjudication For A Dui Felony. I Have Finished My Probation, And The Case Is Dismissed And I Am Not Found Guilty. However, I Did Plead Guilty To The Cause To Get The Deferred Rather Than Jail Time. I Am Reading Alot Of Misleading Information That Says Yes It Can Be Expunged...And No It Can'T Be, Only An Order Of Disclosure. So I Am Unsure Exactly What I Can Do. I Of Course Want It Expunged. It Was First Ever Offense And Will Be My Last. Never In Trouble With The Law, In College, And Want To Wipe The Slate Clean. Of Course Lawyers Say Once Its Dismissed It Won'T Be On Your Record. Wrong..It Will Be, My Question Is This, Is It Possible To Expunge A Dui Felony In The State Of Texas And I Know There Is A 5 Year Waiting Period To Do So. But Is It Possible And What Steps To Take. Like I Said...So Much Misleading Information I Can'T Find A Straight Forward Answer. Hoping That Maybe Someone Out There Is Either A Lawyer, Paralegal, Or Someone Who Has Done The Same Thing. Any Help Would Be Appreciative.
Texas law states that a felony DUI conviction cannot be expunged. However, the Texas code of criminal procedure Art 55.01 states that an offense that results in a acquittal or a conviction and pardon is eligible to be expunged. Your case was dismissed after deferred adjudication and there was no conviction, so I understand your confusion. Even though for the sake of argument you have an attorney who attempts to find a loophole to get you eligible to apply, here's your problem.
Texas identifies your offense as a felony due to aggravating factors:
(a) 3rd offense
(b) driving while intoxicated with a child under 15 in the vehicle
(c) an accident with serious injuries
So, IMHO, even if you are eligible to apply, I believe you would be denied due to an aggravated felony with injuries or endangering the life of a child. I know this is not the answer you are looking for but it is an honest assessment based on the facts you provided.
Question : Does Anyone Know Of A Medical Malpractice Lawyer Or Law M.D. In Boston...Preferably A Female???
Question : Does Anyone Know Of A Medical Malpractice Lawyer Or Law M.D. In Boston...Preferably A Female???
Question Details: I Had A Baby 9Months Ago And Seriously Can'T Get Over The Horrible Experience. I Have Never Sued Or Brought Legal Action Against Anyone. It Would Take Me Alot More Than This Paragraph To Explain The Whole Situation-But Its Very Complicated With Several Different Issues. Basicly As A Result I Feel Like My Life Is Ruined. I Have A Beautiful Healthy Baby But Can'T Move Past Everything....I Know I'M Being Vague But Any Referrals Or Assistance You Can Give Would Be Great. Also If Anyone Knows If There Are Any Online Groups Or Boards W/Other People Seeking Action Against Their Ob Or Md I Would Love To Speak To Others. Part Of The Problem Is The Serious Emotional Distress That Accompanied This Whole Mess-I'M Actually Ashamed To Say I Thought Most People Claiming This Weren'T Being Honest-But Now See Malpractice In A Whole New Light. I Guess Because Our Society Is So &Quot;Lawsuit&Quot; Happy I Had Trouble Allowing Myself To Truly Believe That I Was Not Treated Correctly. Thanks So Much.
i'm not from the boston area, but i would recommend you contact the massachussetts bar association. they have a referral service. most often, you will only do a consultation over the phone free of charge. they'll tell you if they want you to come in if they feel you have a good case. that being said, almost all medical malpractice suits involve serious misconduct or neglect by the hospital and/or provider. psychological issues may not fly unless you've undergone extensive counseling (or can otherwise demonstrate this distress -- loss of job, etc) due to some serious (and unusual) circumstances caused by the hospital (or doctor). they're an extremely expensive form of litigation and most attorneys aren't going to help you unless you've got a strong case, money to finance it yourself or they're in a large firm that can afford to pay upfront costs. but again, unless you're case is a strong one, you're unlikely to get a big cash payoff, which throws into question the point of pursuing litigation. the attorney you speak to may only recommend that you file a complaint with the medical board in your state. it may not sound like much, but at least you can know your concerns will be documented with the right people. good luck
Payday Loans / Law Office/Collection?
I Went Threw A Rough Patch In Life I Took Out Like 3 Payday Loans And Max Out My Card I Am Now Pretty Much Up To Date But I Got A Call From Lawoffice/ Collection Office I Guess Guy Called Me Said They Have Tried Contact Per Email And I Have Not Respned I Asked Him What Company Is This Loan From And Could Not Tell Then He Said If I Dont Pay 1800 Today There Will Be 3 Felony Charges Issued Against Me So I Said I Cant Not Pay Then He Said This Is Very Seroius Call Me Back 30 Minutes I Called Him Back He Said There Going To Have Someone Come My Job Serve Me A Summons I Said I Am Broke So Then He Said What Can U Pay Today I Gave Him 100 Dollars Over Phone My Card I Think I Getting Ripped Off I Was Scared Because He Read Me A Leagal Affadavid Then He All Of Sudden Transfred Me To Someone Esle So Took My 100 Dollars Adn Said I Need Pay 500 Biweekly I Cant I Know I Prop Forgot About One Loan Like 300 But Pay 1800 Thats Crazy What Should I Do Will They Really Try File Charges Or Is This A Collections Bs Because They Wont Tell Me Company Pleaseee Help
Don't worry. It is most likely a scam. It sounds like a couple of crooks who has got hold of your information and are trying to get some extra cash.
Consumer debt is a civil matter. You will not be charged with a felony, and you will not go to jail.
1. If he can't tell who he works for, it is a scam.
2. Never, communicate with a bill collector over the phone. All communications should be by US mail only.
3. Next time the scammer calls tell him that he has 5 business days to send you a written explanation why he is calling you. That is the law.
4. When you get that letter, if you ever do, fire back with a "Debt Validation Letter" (templates are readily available on the Internet). Include a paragraph stating that ALL communication with you has to be by US mail only to an address that you specify. They have 30 days to respond, or they have to leave you alone.
Never, wire any money to a bill collector through Western Union. If they cannot accept a money order they are not legit.
Never give your banking information to a bill collector. They have been known to empty your bank accounts and max out your credit cards.
I Want To Marry My Partner, He Has Been Deported,Can I Get Legal Aid Lawyer.?
I Have Been With My Partner For 16 Months, We Plan To Marry, He Has Been Deported Just Because He Overstayed, He Has Done Nothing Else Wrong, He Is Not A Criminal, He Just Fell In Love With Me That's All.No Crime In That, He Tried To Seek Asylum But It Failed, What Can I Do To Get Him Back Home.
He is back home following deportation. There are bans from re-entry following deportation. With denial of asylum, he has failed to meet criteria for asylum status. Perhaps, he should have tried a different method of establishing status.
Legal aid is not used for immigration. However, some immigration lawyers provide free information on websites. Here is one such site.
Has A Member Of Your Family Ever Had To Hire A Lawyer For Anything?
One Web Page For Me To Recommend Attorneys ..
Yes, because we had some questions about the will.
Question About Family Court!?
O.K. So My Mom Is Bringing My Brother And His Gf To Court, Because They Wont Let My Mom See The Baby(Big Issue) So My Mom Is Trying To Get Grandparent Rights. On The Supena(Sp) It Says My Brothers Name And His Gfs Name. We Just Found Out That My Brothers Gf Doesn'T Plan On Going To Court, But My Brother Is. How Will This Affect The Court If My Brothers Gf Doesnt Show Up?!?
If she is subpoenaed and doesn't show she can be arrested.
A subpoena isn't an invitation, it's a court order, and you ignore it at your peril.
Under what circumstances a grandparent can receive court-ordered visitation over the objections of the parents is a matter of State law, and you don't say where you are.
In any event, though, if the mother isn't there TO object, her wishes will be totally ignored by the court.
Has your brother been legally declared the babies father by a court? If he hasn't then, since he and the mother are not married, there's no legal presumption that he IS the father, and his Mom probably has no legal standing to bring the action.
However, the only person that could make that argument would be the mother, so if she's not there.......
To Alison... Um, that's kinda what I said - "It's not an invitation, it's an order".
And by the way, *you* did NOT subpoena your friends. The court did so, after you asked it to. A subpoena is an order from the *court*, not from you. The paperwork is so simplified in many jurisdictions (you just fill out the form and get it signed and stamped) that it may appear as if you're the one issuing it, but you're not.