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What Is The Best (No Win-No Fee) Personal Injury Law Firm That Operates In Nyc?
If They Specialize Helping People Dealing With Things Like Domestic Violence, Or Landlord Negligence (Both Would Be Applicable), That Would Be Ideal.

Try Cellino & Barnes

International Lawyer?
If I Become An International Lawyer, Can I Represent Non-Profit Organizations (Humanitarian) And Private International Companies At The Same Time? Also, What'S The Average Salary Of An International Lawyer Who Graduated From A Top Law School?

You can represent both times of clients at the same time so long as their interests do not conflict. For example, you could represent a women's rights group in Africa and a European film company. That's just one of a thousand examples. Many law firms encourage their attorneys to do pro bono (free work for non-profits) work and allow them a certain number of paid hours each year to do so.

In your field you would probably start at between $125k and $150k if you graduated at the top of your class from a top law school, and your earning potential would be well into seven figures or even more. You would probably make at least $500k at the top of your career in a large international firm. Your earnings would depend in large part in how much work (and fees) you bring to the firm.

Has Obama Just Ticked Off Every Veteran'S Group In The Us Over The Ohio Lawsuit?
Yes, There Are 2 Different Viewpoints Of The Lawsuit: 1. Obama Thinks Denying All Citizens The Extra 3 Days Of Voting Disenfranchisement 2. Obama Doesn'T Want To Give Military 3 Extra Days To Get Their Ballots In That Said, The Vets Are Really Angry That It'S Even A Question That Military Doesn'T Get Every Opportunity To Vote. At Least All The Ones I Know, And I Know A Lot. And We All Have Been Unable To Vote In An Election At Some Point; It'S A Really Hot Button Issue With Vets.

I read the lawsuit. It doesn't fit easily into the sound-bite Dem v Rep narrative. It's clearly NOT intended to take away voting rights from anyone, particularly military and overseas voters. It's to fix a mess. The lawsuit asks to make everyone have the same deadline that existed in 2010 and reflect the clear intent of the Ohio voters to not make any changes to early voting while the referendum goes through the process.

Ohio passed and signed into law 3 separate bills about early voting that contradicted themselves and have created great confusion. (This is why no one has ever repealed a law that is undergoing a referendum -- things get complicated.) It's sloppy legislation.

The first bill ended early voting for EVERYONE during the 3 days before the election. A voter-initiated referendum to override that law will appear on the November ballot. (HB 194) It was a massive bill that affected many parts of the voting process. Because of the referendum, the bill won't be in effect for the Nov 2012 election. In this bill, military and overseas voters lost the 3-day window too, except that the bill forgot to actually change the language in one of the 2 sections of the specific Ohio Code, the one for military and overseas voters.

A SECOND bill a few weeks later (long before the referendum was certified for ballot) attempted to fix parts of the first bill. (HB 224) The bill was intended "to make technical corrections to the laws governing elections", one of which was the military and overseas section from HB 194. The "fix" bill was passed as an emergency bill, which is referendum-proof. PROBLEM: If HB 194 is suspended for a referendum, this bill changes one section but not the other.

A THIRD bill was passed and signed to repeal HB 194 entirely (SB 295). This bill did NOT change HB 224, only 194. This meant that the correction made to get the law back to the way it was pre-HB 194 IGNORED the changes in 224. Thus Ohio law as it stands has 2 different deadlines for the same group of people (Military/Overseas voters), and one deadline for everyone else that's 3 days earlier.

AMVETS and other military organizations want to make sure that this doesn't set a precedent that says military MUST be treated the same. That precedent could then be applied in other cases that aren't so clear-cut.

Follow that? Think that could be explained in a soundbite?

@BEKINDTOANIMALS: Not quite. This only applies to early in-person voting. Regular absentee voting is unchanged. Overseas voters are unlikely to vote in-person.

Question On Foreclosure Litigation Attorney...?
I Would Like To Know What Type Of Degree I Need For This, And Any Other Information Would Help Lots. Please Someone Help. Thank You

You would have to attend a recognize law school to obtain a degree in law specializing in real estate law.

There might other sub titles in the law field that covers real estate law. You would have to check with your career counselor about these sub titles and what they offer as well as the school requirements to specialize in the sub titles of real estate law and get your degree.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.


Assault Charges On A Minor?
Tonight One Of My Supposed Guy Friends Attacked My Friend Who He'S Been Feuding With Because She Denied His Prom Invite. He Sped His Car Over To Me And My Friend Leaning On The Hood Of Our Other Friends Car And Literally Came To Run Into My Friend. I Stepped In The Way An Told Him To Back Off And Just Leave, He Continued To Ram His Car Into My Body And Finally Jumped Out Of The Car Screaming His Head Off, Calling My Friend Alot Of Awful Stuff And Sprinted Up To Her, Grabbed Her Hair And Tried To Slam Her Head Into The Windshield. She And I Ended Up On The Ground. The Police Know And They Went To Arrest Him For Assault And Battery On Me And My Friend So I Guess What I'M Asking Is What Do I Do Now? We All Go To School Together And The Whole Towns Gonna Know But What'S Assault Charges For A Minor In Massachusetts? Okay Thanks.

Provided you and she are completely innocent victims of his attack,
what you do now is pursue ALL possible charges against him, in both
criminal and civil court and see that he is punished to the fullest extent of the law.

He used a motorized vehicle as a weapon, which was capable of killing both of you.
He is no longer your friend, but a mortal enemy and should be treated as such.

Your parents and hers should immediately petition the court for a restraining order
against him, as well as demand the school expel him for attacking two of its' students.

That, coupled with the restraining order, should work to keep him out of your school.

Cooperate with the police and prosecutor to ensure he is charged, tried and convicted.

When he chose to abuse his driving privileges and use a vehicle as a weapon,
he crossed the line from a simple childish squabble to a serious felonious battery.

The entire town deserves to know they have a violent, dangerous teen
living amongst them, so they can take precautions to safeguard their children, too.

Any of your classmates who refuse to recognize him as a violent thug are themselves
foolish, naive children and you should not count them as your friends either.

What charges and punishment he receives depends largely upon you and her
and your families and how tenaciously you ALL pursue justice in this matter.

Do not back down or feel sorry for him; he has demonstrated that he is
a violent, dangerous individual and needs to be dealt with severely.