4 Ways To Help Your Lawyer Help You When you really need a legal professional for any excuse, you need to work closely with them in order to win your case. No matter how competent they can be, they're going to need your help. Listed below are four important approaches to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're going to reveal for them. Privilege means anything you say is held in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team has to know everything in advance - particularly information other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they need to assist them to win. 3. Appear Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are on time, each time. In reality, because you may need to discuss last minute details or be extra prepared for the way it is you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been involved in any type of crime, it's important so that you can prove to a legal court that you simply both regret the actions and they are making strides toward boosting your life. By way of example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer to get a rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely together with your legal team increases your odds of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you must win your case.
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Two Months Ago, I Was Caught Shoplifting In Az. I Was Very Cooperative With The Loss Prevention Team And The Police As Well. An Hour Later, I Was Released By The Police Officer And In His Report To The Judge He Would Say That I Was Cooperative And Very Sorry For My Actions. I Plead Guilty At My Arraignment. I Just Want To Put This Behind Me, I Am So Humiliated And Upset With Myself About This. Anyways, My Sentencing Will Be At The End Of This Month And The Judge Told Me That It Would Just Be A Fine Because It Is My First And Only Offense.
I Will Be Graduating From College In Fall 2009 And Will Be Applying At Jobs In Hospitals. Can I Have This Expunged From My Record Before Then And How Do I Go About Doing This? I Really Appreciate Any Feedback I Can Get. I'Ve Never Been In Any Kind Of Trouble Before So I'M Totally Clueless On What To Do. Because I'M So Embarrassed By My Actions, I Do Not Want Anyone To Know.
In Arizona, the policy is a "setting aside of judgment," which is very similar to the expungement policies of other states. Fortunately for you, it sounds like you are a perfect candidate. You committed a non-violent crime, are going to be sentenced, and then will be discharged by the court. Your crime is not drug related, not committed against a minor, and doesn't fall into any of the other barred categories. So heres my advice - you're going to receive some fines when you are sentenced. PAY THEM IMMEDIATELY. Get this thing done, and then you'll need to wait thirty days. As soon as its up, head over to whatever attorney's office is most convenient for you, and explain your situation. Good luck to you!
I Went Into The Hospital To Have Day Surgery And The Doctor Made A Mistake And Ended Up Needing To Repeat The Surgery. He Messed Up Again And Needed To Call In A Different Surgeon Which Had To Perform Emergency Surgery To Fix The Other Doctors' Mistake Because It Punctured A Pancreatic Cyst And The Acid Ate Through My Pancreas. If The Acid Went On Any Other Organ, I Would Have Died. I Was In The Hospital For Two Weeks And Was Out Of School For Six Weeks. I Barely Passed Each Class (I Was A Very Good Student Before This) And Now My Gpa Is So Low (2.4), I Am Afraid I Wont Be Able To Get Into A Good School And Be Successful. What Are My Rights? What Can I Do?
First, a lot depends upon what state you are in. For instance, in Louisiana, medical malpractice lawsuits must first go to a state medical review board that determines whether you have a legitimate grievance; it is rather conservative. In Texas, it is far more liberal and easieer to initiate a lawsuit.
Second, the biggest factor has to do with whether the doctor was negligent. Honestly, we're getting only your half of the story. If there was negligence, you potentially have a case. In many instances, if there was truly negligence, the doctor & hospital would likely settle out of court. As to potential damages, that is based on actual damages (medical bills & lost wages) and non-economic damages ("pain and suffering"). In some instances, maybe even punitive damages. You can't sue for grades or for what "almost happened."
I Need Employment Eligibility Verification?
Would Someone Suggest Me Good Immigration Law Firm That Would Help Me Through The Process.
you need to fill i-9 form for that..
the form is pretty complicated and you may get rejected if it is filled improperly..
i suggest you get help from an attorney in this matter..
Difference Between Affimative And Legal Defenses?
Im Reading About Both Of These Defenses But Everything Is Hard To Understand... Can Someone Put It In Simple Terms For Me... Thanks Lol
an affirmative defense is a type of legal defense. Maybe when you're thinking of "legal" defense you're thinking of a factual defense. An affirmative defense is more like a technical defense. Someone asserting an affirmative defense is defending themselves not by saying they were not actually involved in whatever happened, but that they are not liable based on some technicality of law. In the context of a criminal case, the defendant admits he committed the crime but he had an excuse or a justification for his actions. Insanity, self-defense, and necessity are examples. Another example is to claim that the statute of limitations has run- that is a time limit set by law that says a crime has to be tried in court within ___ years of it happening or else it can never be brought to court (this is true for civil cases as well). As for civil law, there is a very long list of affirmative defenses, such as duress (the defendant was forced into signing the contract and thus should not have to honor it) or assumption of the risk (the defendant did hurt the plaintiff, but the plaintiff knew the risks of engaging in that kind of activity).
Read more about affirmative defenses here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affirmative...
What Is Occupational Segregation?
In The Simplest Explanation. Details And Examples Are Helpful
Occupational segregation is mainly due to gender bias.
Horizontal segregation refers to differences in the amount of people of each gender present across occupations. This is kind of based on stereotypes. An example would be the idea that nurses and teachers are often pictured as women whereas doctors and lawyers are often assumed to be men.
Vertical segregation describes men's domination of the highest status jobs in both traditionally male and traditionally female occupations. It's the 'glass ceiling' expression, or in other terms, the existence of vertical segregation is referred to as allowing men to ride in a "glass escalator" through which women must watch as men surpass them on the way to the top positions.
Other sub-categories of occupational segregation:
- Gender-based division of labor, in which women and men are responsible for different tasks.
- Gender essentialism is the view that women are more competent than men in areas such as nurturing and caring, whereas men are more competent in areas such as providing financially.
- So-called 'cultural schema', an example of which is the idea that that men are more natural managers than women. There is, however, no evidence to support this claim.
What Happens If You Break Your Custody Agreement?
What Happens When You And Your Ex Have A Custody Agreement For The Kids .... Like A Stipulation That Says The Kids Cannot Be Around A Certain Person And You Break It, Does The Kids Immediatly Go Back To The Other Parent Or How Does That Work?
You certainly could if s/he files for contempt against you for violating the custody order.
If you're a woman, you're less likely to have any worries because family court is heavily tilted in favor of mothers... even rotten ones.
If you're a man, you're likely to get heavily sanctioned.
I think right now in this country and abroad, marriage & having children is a scary proposition.
Today, the divorce rate is so high due to no-fault divorce. If you have kids, for women - that means they hold all the cards. That's why women say, "Oh, make sure you're married!"
A man today has to realize that, love and "the dream" aside, the risks to men/fathers far outweigh the rewards. Check the source - some great books on just this issue.
Family court is tilted heavily in favor of women/mothers. Moms have all the rights, get all the benefits, and dad is too often relegated to a visitor in his children's lives while being an ATM machine fro mom. He can lose half (or more) of the cash, cars, house, investments, etc... and worse - the children.
Seriously, if I had known then what I know now about how the divorce machine sucks in fathers, grinds them up, and spits them out so unceremoniously, I'd have had a vasectomy at 18 (and I love children - have two of my own).
With no-fault divorce (the biggest killer of marriage and families) you don't need an excuse anymore to get a divorce. You just don't have to feel like being married anymore - and with that reality comes the truth - a marriage is no longer a contract, so what's the point except to put yourself and your future at risk when someone "doesn't feel like it anymore?" With women (who have children) initiating almost 3/4 of divorces today (most men don't even see it coming), it's the smart man who chooses not to get married and certainly not have children... and that's a shame.