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Finding An Experienced Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will see that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they are experts in your form of case. This may make the procedure of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it is possible to limit your quest to the right one in almost no time. The first task is to generate a list of the lawyers that happen to be listed in the area specializing in your needs. When you are which makes this list you need to only include those which you have an excellent vibe about based upon their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using some time evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and several general details about their success rates. At this time your list ought to have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites plus an appropriate volume of experience. You need to then take time to check out independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure to browse the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The information in the reviews gives you a concept of the way that they connect with their clients and how much time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you will want to meet with no less than the very last three lawyers who have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with some time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing you and the case. It can be vital that you follow most of these steps to ensure that you find someone that has the correct degree of experience to get you the ideal outcome.

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Do I Need A Lawyer To Write A Disclaimer For My Website?
I Have A Website With Some Medical Info On It, And I Wasn'T Sure If I Needed A Disclaimer, But I Suppose It Wouldn'T Hurt To Throw One On There. Can I Use One From Another Website And Modify It?

i was gonna say no, you can cadge, but then you said "medical" and i said "gaaaaaaaahhh!!!!!"

if you want to insure your business, you probably need a lawyer.

otherwise, you could cadge BUT
- think internationally - anyone could sue, and
- understand it yourself, and
- cover your tracks. Theft is theft.

In A Certain Legal Case Information Was Extracted From Their Client'S Computer Over 3 Years Ago. How Does A?
Computer Expert Get This Information? It Was Over 3 Years Ago.

When was the legal case in relation to the date of data theft? Lots of details missing here to do more than offer some possibilities.

They were investigating the person for 3 years or more? It is possible that evidence was actually gathered in real time or within weeks, days or even hours of the time the crime was committed. It could just now be getting to trial and making news.

Log files can be kept for years. Normally there isn't a lot of data stored in a log file, but it can show access times, IP addresses or other location info, and what account was used. The amount of information and types of information may vary on different systems depending on what software is used. Some of this sort of information is now required by law to be kept for a while.

Someone made some logical conclusions based on the content of the information. In other words, the evidence is all 3 years old and file dates or dates contained in the information is all 3 years old. Perhaps it is client information where the client broke ties with the company 3 years ago. Lots of ways information could point to a specific time frame.

Maybe you should ask how some crimes get solved when the actual crime was 10 or more years ago. In most of these cases, the evidence was all gathered near the time of the crime but it sometimes takes several years for someone to connect the dots and figure out who actually committed the crime.

With all the years that I've been into computers and the old hard drives, floppies and other stuff I have laying around, some could contain information that is up to 30 years old. That assumes that the media is still good and the information can be read. In a few cases, it also assumes that there is working hardware that can read it. I also have a couple rolls of punched paper tape around from the 70s that I believe have programs on them. Which just shows you how much stuff can accumulate over time and in a few cases kept just for historic value.

Even with case information, all anyone here may be able to do is offer some possibilities.

Shadow Wolf

Dui/Dwi Law Question?
Can A Person Still Get A Dui If No Sobriety Test Was Done At The Scene? In Particular Can The Police Use Hospital Records To Prove The Driver Was Intoxicated After A Car Accident? I Hope My Question Is Clear Enough. Also I Understand It Varies State To State, But Any Examples Would Be Nice.

This is the law in Illinois.

First, we have the typical DUI law. Officer sees a violation and has driver contact and detects alcohol and has driver do field sobriety etc.

There is another law in the implied consent statute that allows an officer if handling a crash, where the crash cause appears to be due to a moving violation, and the driver is not able to perform field sobriety, to charge a DUI - if alcohol is detected - such as smell/odor of it.

Also, we can subpoena blood records of persons who are treated after being in custody at a hospital. So if you have a cut over the eye and go to the ER, the States Attorney can subpoena the hospital for the blood work - which includes a screen for alcohol.

What Type Of Questions Should You Ask A Lawyer Before Hiring One?

Obviously, it will vary depending on the kind of case or matter you are hiring the lawyer for, but make sure you nail down the exact nature of the fee agreement. If it's a contingency agreement, this MUST, repeat MUST, be in writing. Does the agreement cover representation through trial? Through an appeal? Does it allow that the case be referred to another lawyer?

Ask about general experience in the area where you are looking for advice, and make sure to ask about conflicts of interest, particularly if your case is one that may involve an insurance company. Ask the lawyer what percentage of his time is spent on plaintiffs matters versus defense matters. Essentially, try to establish whether he spends more time working for people like you or people like the people opposing you. It doesn't necessarily mean that he's best at one or the other type of representation, but it may tell you where his heart lies.

The more mundane stuff you need to ask about is who handles the day-to-day matters of your case. Is it a junior associate? A paralegal? A legal secretary? Be warned that you may not get an honest answer to this, but see what gets said. Ask how often cases are reviewed. Is there a diary system?

There are probably a lot of other items that I've missed, but I expect others will fill them in. Good luck.

Divorce And Child Custody Question?
So...Let'S Say That A French Guy (40) Is Married To A Thai Woman (42) And They Have A 5 Year Old Daughter. The Thai Woman Just Wastes The Guy'S Money And Uses Their Daughter As A &Quot;Weapon&Quot; Against The Guy So He'D Give Her Money. Now, The Guy Found A New Woman And Wants Divorce With The Thai Woman. But She, Of Course, Doesn'T Agree With This And Threatens The Guy That He'D Never See His Child Again. She Also Said That She'Ll Give The Girl To Her Brother For Him To Adopt. Now, The Guy Is Having A Hard Time Getting The Divorce Since He'S Also Afraid For Their Daughter Since Prostitution Is Legal (?) / Prominent In Thailand. What Do You Think Should The French Guy Do? Does He Have A Chance In Winning His Daughter'S Custody? Thanks In Advance For Your Help! ^_^

I found this on the web;

If you divorce in Thailand, you have two options. Going to court and let the judge decide or if you both agree to the divorce and the terms you can go to the amphur and divorce and at the same time enter an agreements you make regarding property, child support and custody of the children.

A Thai court will always give both parties custody of the children, with appointing one parent where the children will stay and the other having visitation rights. The fact that you are a foreigner is of no concern, the court will decide based on what they think is in the best interest of the children. (Who is the best parent, not who has the most money).

Regarding maintenance payment, Thai law doesn't know alimony, but it does know child support. Although it is normally not more than about 6,000 baht a month. There is an international agreement on child support and there are not many countries where you can hide to avoid paying.
http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/3839...

Is the daughter duel nationality? Was the marriage paperwork filed at the amphur and/or French Embassy? This type of stuff needs to be handled by a lawyer.

Read this article on divorcing in Thailand with a child involved.
http://www.thaivisa.com/forum/topic/2223...

I Need A Lawyers Advice?
Back In November, Me And 2 Of My Friends Were Involved In A Car Crash. Our Car Didnt Have Abs (Antilock Braking System) And Were Hit In The Rear. Although We Were Speeding, We Didnt Cause The Accident. Like I Said The Guy In The Other Car Hit Us From Behind Causing Us To Spin Out Of Control And Flipping Our Car 2 Or 3 Times. The Car Is Totaled And The Hospital Bills Were Extreme Including The Coma... My Question Is, Since This Was A Hit And Run (Yes The Other Guy Drove Off), And There Is No Evidence And No Eye Wittnesses, How Can We Sue This Man?

Unfortunately, there were no witnesses to the accident, and
since he has totaled his car any clues that his vehicle was
involved with your car may be gone.

I would report you suspicions to your local police department
they may be able to determine the existence of paint matching
your car on his and he would be charged with felony hit and
run. If he had insurance at the time of the accident, you can
still collect from them. My guess is the guy that hit you does
not have any assets that would be worth going after.
If he does and the police can link his car to the accident
call a lawyer and get your suit filed.

I believe that in California you have to file the law suit within
one year.
Glad that you are OK.