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Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will see that there are loads of lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise they are experts in your sort of case. This could make the process of finding one with significant amounts of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, if you follow the tips below it will be easy to define your research to the correct one in almost no time. The first task is to produce a selection of the lawyers that happen to be listed in the area specializing in your needs. When you are causeing this to be list you need to only include those that you have an effective vibe about depending on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down through taking a little while evaluating their internet site. There you should be able to find just how many years they have been practicing and some general details about their success rates. At this time your list should have shrunken further to those that you just felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You need to then take the time to look up independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure you see the reviews instead of just relying on their overall rating. The info in the reviews gives you an idea of the way they communicate with their customers and how much time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, you will want to talk to no less than the past three lawyers which may have the credentials you are interested in. This will give you the time to genuinely evaluate how interested these are in representing you and your case. It is imperative that you follow many of these steps to ensure that you find a person which includes the correct amount of experience to help you the perfect outcome.

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What Is The Difference Between A Dui And A Dwi?
Don'T Worry, I Have Never Been Arrested Or Have A Record, I'M Just Curious Because I'Ve Heard Both These Acronyms Used. One Friend Of Mine Says That A Dui Is Driving Under Alcohol Intoxication While Dwi Is Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs. But Another Friend Of Mine Says It Doesn'T Matter, They'Re Both The Same. I'M Confused.

Both DUI and DWI refer to the illegal act of driving a vehicle while impaired by alcohol and/or drugs. The chief difference lies in what the letters mean. DUI designates driving under the influence, while DWI refers to driving while intoxicated. While they may sound identical on the surface, some states actually classify them as separate crimes.

If you live in a jurisdiction that classifies them separately, DUI is the lesser charge. A DUI charge denotes a lesser degree of impairment than a DWI for a driver charged with drinking and driving. Level of impairment is determined by the driver’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at the time of arrest. In some cases, the state may agree to a plea bargain, reducing a more serious charge of DWI to DUI. Have you been charged with DWI? If you live in a state that classifies the offenses separately and would like to have your DWI charge reduced, it is important to enlist the help of an experienced defense attorney

Can I Get A Job In A Federal Law Enforcement Agency With A Juvenile Criminal Record?
When I Was A Kid I Plead &Quot;No Contest&Quot; To A Domestic Violence Charge At The Age Of 16. I Was Placed On Juvenile Probation, And I Violated It A Few Times So I Was On It For Approximately Two Years. The Violations Were Not Cause By Crimes, Just Stupid Things Like Sneaking Out To Go To A Party. The Domestic Violence Charge Was A Misdemeanor. The People At The Local County Building Told Me That This Charge Shows Up As A &Quot;Petition&Quot; And Not A Conviction, Though I'M Not Sure What That Means. I Would Like To Know If This Criminal Record Will Prevent Me From Getting A Law Enforcement Position At The Federal Level. I Am Currently Working On Getting A Bachelors Degree In Criminal Justice. I Do Plan On Working In A Police Department For A Number Of Years Before Attempting To Get A Job In Federal Law Enforcement. I Already Went To The Local Police Department And The Lieutenant There Said That A Criminal Record As A Minor, As Long As The Charges And Convictions Are Misdemeanors, Would Have Little Effect If I Were Applying For A Job At A Police Department. *** Please Note: I Am Not Legally Barred From Owning, Handling, Or Operating A Firearm Under The Lautenberg Amendment. The Amendment Does Not Affect Minors Who Commit Domestic Violence Against Their Parents. ***

It possibly will bar you. Regardless, it will make it VERY difficult for you to get a foot in the door.

The court system for juveniles is different: You don't obtain a conviction against a juvenile - you file a petition against a juvenile. (It's supposed to be a kinder/gentler system. The end result is the same, though.)

Law enforcement positions (federal or otherwise) involve an intense background investigation. Criminal history, credit reports, drug history, friends, neighbors . . . these are all fair game. Any type of assaultive behavior is a big red flag. Domestic violence is a bigger flag. Violating your probation "a few times" will be interpreted as having a flagrant disregard for authority and the law.

I'm scratching my head over the information you received from your local department. The number of applicants for law enforcement positions far exceeds the number of available jobs. They can afford to be extremely picky - and they need to hire people who will be effective witnesses in court. With your own criminal history, you would be vulnerable to attacks by defense attorneys. You would also be vulnerable to any excessive use of force claims. In short, your background would make you a potential liability.

That's not to say that you wouldn't be eligible for hire or that you would never be hired. But I would recommend a bachelors degree AND military service. I don't see that you would be a best qualified candidate if you graduated from college and then tried to start a law enforcement career. You need more to make yourself stand out.

Should I Speak With A Contract Lawyer?
Hello, I Participated In A Teacher Training Last Year. It Was To Teach A Particular Meditation, So This Was Not An Accredited University. The Only Warning It Gave Was That The Tuition, Which Was More Than $1,000, Was Non-Refundable, And That There Would Be No Guarantee That I Could Become A Teacher. After I Went Through The Training, They Surprised Us By Splitting People Into Categories, And I Was Chosen To Be A Teacher Candidate, Which Meant That I Would Need To Spend More Money Working With A Mentor Until I Could Become A Teacher. They Changed It Again And Added More That I Would Have To Do After Their Second Teacher Training In Mexico. More Time, More Money, More Obligations, It Kept Changing. They'Re Doing Another Teacher Training Next Year, And The Next Application/Contract Actually Warns People About What They Would Be Required To Do. My Contract Does Not Have This At All. Do I Have Any Legal Ground? I Assumed That I Didn'T Because The Application Said The Tuition Was Non-Refundable, But I Did Witness A Lot Of Shady Things, Including Favoritism, Lying, Secrecy, Etc. I Also Never Found Out Why They Put Me In The Candidate Category.

Yes, because there are been cases where former students have been able to sue for-profit colleges due to their unethical practices. You should talk to a lawyer and get a free consultation at least. But your first step would be to talk to your school, tell them you want a refund, tell them you're meeting with a lawyer, and don't back down when they try to convince that everything is okay or if they try to intimidate you. They'll point out the no refund policy, but you can tell them that it doesn't diminish their responsibility or ethical obligations. Also, report them to your state's accreditation committee in case they re trying to get accredited.

What Job Titles Are There In Law?
I Know Of Titles Like Lawyer, Paralegal But Could Anyone Share Any Other Titles With Me?

In a law firm the lawyers are further distinguished by titles that generally designate their place in the hierarchy of the lawyers at the firm. At the largest law firms all of the following positions exist:

Staff Attorney - These are attorneys that may handle tasks such as basic document review and preparation. Staff Attorneys generally have no prospects of moving up in the food chain at a law firm but in the few cases where they do, the first step is being promoted to Associate.

Associate - These are attorneys that handle different levels of legal work depending on their experience and are potential candidates to become partners or counsel for a law firm. They are generally recruited straight out of law school although law firms also may also hire experienced attorneys as Associates. An Associates employment at a law firm may last as little as a few years if they are not deemed fit to work as a lawyer at the firm within that time, but most Associates and the law firms that employ them have a good idea of their prospects of making Partner after 5 to 8 years. Within a few years after that time they are either promoted to Partner or Counsel, find employment elsewhere, or are let go. Associates receive a fixed salary with an annual bonus based on their work quality and productivity. Their compensation is generally greater than that of Staff Attorneys and becomes significantly greater with each year they are at the firm.

Counsel - This position is also sometimes referred to as "Of Counsel," "Special Counsel" and other terms. It is generally a position of promotion where the firm does not want to make an Associate a Partner but still wants to retain the Associate. It is also sometimes a demotion for lawyers that are deemed no longer qualified to be Partners. Rather than a fixed salary and bonus, Counsel compensation is often based on their productivity which is a combination of how much client work they bring in for the firm and the number of hours they bill to clients for legal work.

Partner - There are 2 types of Partners at a law firm. Equity Partners are Partners that have an ownership interest in the firm. Their compensation is based on a combination of how much client work they bring in for the firm, the number of hours they bill to clients for legal work, the percentage of ownership they have in the firm, and how profitable the firm was for any given year. The aforementioned factors determine what share of the profits each partner receives each year. Contract Partner compensation is based on how much client work they bring in for the firm and the number of hours they bill to clients for legal work. They have no ownership interest in the firm but usually have the same general administrative powers as Equity Partners.

Aside from the above, law firms also often have Law Clerks that are responsible for delivering and filing documents back and forth from the law firms to the courts and opposing counsels' offices

Top Criminal Cases That Helped Shape Law Enforcement?
What Are The Top Criminal Cases In History That Shape The Way Law Enforcement Is Done Today. An Example Would Be Miranda Vs. Arizona.

Terry v. Ohio (police may detain people they suspect of criminal activity and pat someone down for weapons on reasonable suspicion); Carroll v. United States (automobile exception to warrant requirement); California v. Acevedo (police may search closed container in an automobile without a warrant when they have probable cause to believe it contains evidence or contraband. Just to name a few off the top of my head.

Who Has Legal Custody? Will I Get Into Trouble?
My Boyfriend And I Split Up In June. In September I Allowed Our Son To Go And Stay With Him At His House. Now Tomorrow I Want To Go Pick Him Up To Live With Me At My House. Neither One Of Us Has Custody Yet, We Have Filed Paperwork Both Asking For Sole Custody But No Court Date Has Been Set. Is It Legal For Me To Go And Pick Up My Son? After All, We Weren'T Married, I Allowed Him To Go Stay With His Dad Awhile And Now I Want Him Back With Me. In Case Anyone Was Wondering Why I Allowed Him To Go Stay With His Dad Is Because I Was Now In A Single Person Household, I Won My Own Home Have Car Payment Etc. And Sons Dad Went To Go Live With His Parents. I Had To Get My Finances Straight First In Order To Make Sure I Could Provide For My Son. Now Everything Is Good! But....Sons Dad Doesn'T Want To Let Him Go. I Have Been Picking Him Up On The Weekends But Tomorrow I Plan On Picking Him Up And Not Taking Him Home Until Sons Dad Agrees To Go To Mediation With Me To Come To A Resolution Before Court. I Consulted With An Attorney And She Believes I Have Every Right To Pick Up My Child And Keep Him Until The Court Date. We Live In Az. Any Thoughts?? Thanks!

Oh my, someone who knows exactly what I am going through. I too am in the same exact situation. My and my ex were living in the same state (with our daughter) and then we both moved to a different state. He moved with his parents and I moved with my current fiance. I had my daughter with me and then he wanted her. I allowed him to take her for about a month and the deal was that I was supposed to get her back. I only allowed him to take her cause he hadn't seen her in such a long time that I felt bad that he couldn't visit with her. I flew to his state and dropped her off and we made a deal that I was supposed to get her back in a month. When the time came he said he wanted to keep her and that the only way he would give her back to me is if I signed a notarized document stating that we had 50/50 custody and that he didn't owe me any child support ever. I didn't want to, but I really didn't have any choice. I too called a lawyer to find out what my rights were and he said that posession is 9/10 of the law and that if she was with him and I didn't have "Legal" custody that he had the right to keep her. I agreed to sign the paper so I could get her back (what else could I do really?) and the lawyer told me that I could fight it later stating that I was made to sign it under diress. The only way out the lawyer told me to get her back without having to sign the paper was to go to the court and file for a "Temporary Custody Order." It will give you a window of 48-72 hours to go and get your child and there's not a damn thing that he can do (unless he too thinks of this and then his TCO will supercede yours for the child is with him and he will over-rank you for the posession thing will come into play) and you can get your child. If he refuses you can call the police and they have to make him turn the child over for the custody is yours temporarily until you get the child back to complete the court order for your pending child custody. I hope this helps. I too are pending child custody, but no court date is set yet. My sugesstion is when you get your son back file and complete the case immediately, for this might happen again. Atleast the one concellation is is that when he is with you, you then have the posession and he can't take the child from you, but if you don't complete your custody case this will just happen again and again. Good luck!!!

*****EDIT*****
First of all, A mother is the best place for a child to be and her wanting her child back after letting the father have some time with him does mean that she is going to emotionally scar the child and that she is "Snatching" him away. All it means is that she is getting back the child and putting him in the proper place that he needs to be. You have aboslutely no idea what the father is like, nor do I, but I am not sitting here criticizing another person who didn't ask to be insulted. All she wants is to ask a question and get some feedback, so why don't you take a gander at that before you go laying out the insults.

Second of all, I didn't just call a lawyer. I called the courts for both states, the police stations for both states, as well as a lawyer in both states and was told the exact same information by all the people I spoke with. So I am not some idiot from the internet speaking crap about something I don't know of. I actually experienced the same situation as what she went through so I think I know a little of what I am taking to. I would get my facts straight, before laying insults on what you and I don't know of.

The person is here asking a question. This is not Jerry Springer, so can we please just answer her instead of ridiculing her. We all want respect here.