4 Methods To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you want a legal representative for any reason, you must work closely with them in order to win your case. Irrespective of how competent they may be, they're likely to need your help. Listed here are four important methods to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - regardless of what information you're going to reveal to them. Privilege means anything you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know all things in advance - most importantly information the other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of all information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they need to help them win. 3. Show Up Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, by being on time, every time. In reality, because you may want to discuss very last minute details or perhaps 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 convince a legal court that you simply both regret the actions and so are making strides toward increasing your life. For instance, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with the legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you ought to win your case.
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I Want To Be A Business Lawyer. All Info Appreciates Please!!!
I Currently Go To Asu. I Am Getting My Bachelors Of Applied Science In Operations Management Technology. For A Little Extra Info This Is What My Degree Is About: The B.A.S Is A "Capstone" Or "Inverted Transfer" Degree For The Associate Of Applied Science Degree. In Completing The B.A.S You Will Complete All Asu Graduation Requirements. The B.A.S. Online Degree Exposes Students To Advanced Concepts And Diverse Critical Thinking Skills That Prepare Them For Future Career Opportunities And Professional Advancement. The Goal Of The Program Is To Provide You With Management, Leadership, Critical Thinking, And Communication Skills—Along With Significant Work In A Professional Specialization—That Will Broaden Your Career Horizons, Promote Life-Long Learning, And Enrich Your Personal And Civic Life.
I Have Been Told That 6 Months Before Graduation I Should Start Applying To Law Schools. I Live In Arizona And Want To Know If It Would Be In My Best Interest To Go To Law School In A Different State; Possibly East Coast Or Else Where?
Also, I've Heard That It Is Pointless To Get Your Jd In Law Unless You Are Planning To Teach. Is This True Or Will It Help My Salary And Knowledge Of Law To Practice?
Also, What Should I Get My Masters In?
My Long Term Goal Is To Be A Lawyer In International Business Law.
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Okay .... where to start.
First, whoever told you it was "pointless to get your JD in law unless you are planning to teach," should never be listened to. In most states (only two exceptions come to mind) a JD is required to take the bar. That means if you want to be a lawyer you HAVE to have a JD.
As for going to law school. Sign up to take the LSAT no later than Oct of your last year of school. If you're graduating in two years, you may want to look into taking the LSAT this Feb. It will give you time to see how you score, take it test again if you're unhappy with the score, and choose the schools that fit you best. Law school application deadlines can come as early as November as well, so don't put off applying until after Christmas of your last year.
Foreign languages are always useful, even if you choose not to do international law. As for which languages...well any really. Any additional language you speak is an asset. Spanish is of course always popular, and you're out west so Japanese and Chinese will be useful as well. I've seen jobs looking for all of those, as well as French, German, Hebrew, Swahili, Polish, and Hindi. There's no wrong language to learn.
Best of luck to you though. I hope I gave you something that helped.
Attorneys Or Insurance Agents Help!?
I Bought A Harley From A Guy Over A Year Ago, Registered It And Got Tags 2 Years In A Row. Now The Fbi Has Done A Sting And Taken My Bike Claiming It'S A Stolen Vehicle. I Am A Victim In This Situation And Was Told So By The State Police And Fbi. They Said My Ins. Co. (State Farm) May Cover This. I Contacted Them And They Said Under My Policy That Vehicles Seized By The Government Aren'T Covered. I Could Understand This If I Had Done Something Illegal Like Selling Drugs And They Seized It But I'M An Innocent Victim. My Insurance Company Is Willing To Further Investigate, Is There Any Clause You Know Of Any Keywords I Need To Use To Help With My Situation? Any Advice Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
State Farm is correct...a contract is a contract and thats what yours says. But, sounds like you got screwed when you bought the car--it was already stolen, and it's against the law to buy a car that's stolen--whether you knew it or not. You're another victim of INSURANCE FRAUD. So, because you legally were not the owner of the car, and you did not have AN INSURABLE INTEREST in the vehicle, the policy should be RESCINDED, and you be reimbursed for premium you paid. StateFarm will not pay for somethng you did not legally own.
What Will The Attorney General Require?
If I Am The Non-Custodial Parent And I Pay Child Support Can The Attorney General Order Me To Obtain Medical Insurance For The Child Through My Employer? Or Do I Have The Option To Get Insurance From An Outside Source?
The Attorney General can order you to keep insurance on them, but most likely through whatever source you choose to provide it! It is most likely cheaper through your employer however!
What Are Penalties For Driving Under The Influence In Europe?
I'M Doing A Persuasive, I Have Statistics Of How Many People Actually Do Drink When Under The Influence In Europe, Etc. But I Can'T Find The Penalties For Doing So. I Understand Every Country/State Is Different. I Just Need Two/Three And I'M Good. Any Suggestions Where To Look That I Might Have Not Come Across?
I just saw this question and as somebody who's job is to deal with the German traffic laws I look forward to say something to the situation in Germany.
But I'm at work know, so I will answer in a few hours.
EDIT: Ok, before I'll go to bed, some information about the penalties for driving under the influence of alcohol inGermany; I'm sorry for my bad english.
Relevant for the penalty is the concentration of alcohol in the blood in one tenth-of a percent (0/00).
if you have a concentration from 0,5 0/00 up to 1,1 0/00, and you're driving without any unusual behavoir (f.e. "wiggly lines", accident etc.), you'll get finded (first time: 250 Euro, ban to drive for one month, second time: 500 Euro, ban to drive for 3 months).
For that you get "7 points". In Germany there is a kind of coint collecting system: for every misdemeanour in traffic you get points (f.e. a red traffic light: 3-4 ponts; using a cell phone while driving: 2 points.). If you reach 18 points, you get deprived of your licence.
If you have a concentration of more than 1,1 0/00 or you have a concentration from more than 0,3 0/00 and you show unusual behavior (s.u.), that is a offence concerning the german penal code ("Strafgesetzbuch"; §§ 315c, 316 StGB).
The penalties depend on the income of the contravener.
In usual cases (no accident, first time, no danger for others etc.), the contravener has to anticipate one up to one and a half income of one month.
He gets deprived of his license. The court decides about a period in which he is not allowed to get a new licence. Usually (s.u., no accident etc.) this period is about 12 to 14 months).
If the contravener has a concentration of more than 1,6 0/00, there is something special: Before the contravener can get a new license, he has to pass the MPU test (Medizinisch- psychologische Untersuchung; medical psychologic test).
The backround is, that if you are able to drive a car with more than 1,6 0/00, you are likely an alcoholic.
At the MPU you have to prove that you're not.
To do so, you have to absolve medical tests (about lever and sth.) for one year at regular intervals and you have to talk to a psychologist who furnishes an opinion about your drinking habits.
The maximum penalty for driving under influence in Germany is imprisonment for 5 years.
I hope you've understood something, I know, it is a bit complicated and my bad english does not make it easier :)
If you haven't understood sth please ask, and I'll try to explain it with other words if i can.
If you find somebody to translate from German into English, there are some might useful links:
- an overview about the penalties for driving under influence
- the crime code "StGB", look at §§ 315c and 316
- a law about conditions for drivers licences; look at § 13 for details of the MPU
EDIT2: I forgot something important because it's a very new law:
for about one year now, young drivers under 21 years and drivers who have the licence for less than two years are not allowed to drink at all (0,0 0/00).
It's fined with 125 Euro and 2 points.
Unemployment Legal Help?
Can Someone Find Me A Directory Of Legal Assistance For Unemployment Hearings In Washington State?
This link should give you the info you are looking for.~
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Advice From A Lawyer Or Former Lawyer..?
I Am Really Thinking About Becoming An Entertainment Lawyer... But I Am Reading A Lot About How Horrible The Whole Lawyer And Law School Idea Is... Any Advice?
Or Should I Just Stick With Dental School?
Law is not "lucrative." Saying law is lucrative is like saying being a writer is lucrative. Just as very few writers make a lot of money writing, very few lawyers make a lot of money practicing law. The difference is that you don't have to incur over $200,000 in expenses from tuition, books, rent and food to become a writer and you shouldn't take advice from someone shilling for an LSAT prep course who has a clear conflict of interest in misinforming you about what the field of law is really like, especially since he has never actually been in the legal field himself.
On average, the likelihood of securing a lucrative position as an associate in a big law firm is about 5% or less. There is a much greater likelihood that a graduate's starting full time employment salary will be less than $60,000 and it could even be less than $40,000. Your likelihood of being employed as an entertainment lawyer are even less and it is quite possible, depending on the law school you attend and your law school grades, that you will never find employment as a lawyer. While your chances of securing employment and the employment that you seek will depend greatly on the reputation of your law school and your grades, there are no guarantees even if you attend Harvard Law as there are unemployed Harvard Law grads and Harvard Law grads working on temp assignments doing low level document review for $20 an hour to service their student loan debt.
Your likelihood of securing well paid employment is substantially greater if you stick with dental school, especially since you haven't mentioned why you are even considering a career in entertainment law or what kind of exposure and understanding you have as to what entertainment law actually is.