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Would A Criminal Lawyer Make Lot Working With The U.S Department Of Justice?
How Much Would They Make, And How Much Work Will It Take To Be A Lawyer At The Department Of Justice?
DOJ attorneys are on the federal government pay scale just like most other federal employees. They start at GS-11 and obviously can go higher based on experience. The pay starts around $50,000, depending on location and a few other criteria.
The DOJ is extremely competitive, particularly the criminal law division which is among the most prestigious. Government hiring is a lot less grade-dependent than BigLaw so experience is paramount. Graduating from a top school is key for a job right out of law school. It's also possible to work your way up into those positions after a few years in the private sector or doing other public sector work.
Employment Law Attorneys...Need Advice About S. Harassment Complaint.?
A Few Months Ago I Filed A Sh Complaint To My Hr Department. It Was So Wide Spread, A Large Number Of People In The Office Were Making Comments About Me (I Want To Put A Camera Under Your Desk So I Can See Up Your Dress...I Want To Kick Your Husbands Azz And Take You Away With Me) And Sending Inappropriate Email, Including My Managers. They Did Their Investigation And Nobody Got Fired Or Written Up. We All Had To Take A Course On The Subject. Now They Laid Me Off Stating My Position Has Been Eliminated And Gave Me 2 Weeks Pay With A 30 Day Window. Come To Find Out, They Moved Someone From A Different Branch Into My Position (Which I Hear Is Legal). I Found An Attorney Who Feels I Have A Strong Case And Not Only Will They Take It On Contingency, They Will Put In Writing That I Will Not Be Responsible For Court Costs Or Defendants Court Costs If We Lose. I Have All The Emails Sent So I Have That Evidence. I Am Sure Everyone Else Will Lie About Things That Were Said. I Am Scared As All Heck To Go Through With It. I Ask Family For Advice And They Tell Me To Move On. Get The Severance And Forget About It. I Thought I'd Just File With The Dfeh, But In The Separation Agreement, It Will Not Allow Me To Do That. My More Liberal Friends Say Go For It...They Need To Pay For What They Did.
It's really hard to say what you should do. I brought (along with another female employee) a SH lawsuit against a former employer in 2001. It was finally settled in 2004. Those three years were the worst of my life. Everyone in the company saw it and guess what happened when they were deposed? They all lied.
Not only that, my entire personal life was torn apart. The defendant’s attorneys printed up every email I had ever written or sent, and not just work emails but personal emails that went to my personal account. An innocent joke or emails which were passed on to me became a "sign" that I was inviting this type of behavior. A picture of me lying on my couch in my living room that my friend had sent to me was made to seem like I was posing seductively when in actuality, I was watching a football game and didn’t even know the picture was taken. Little things like that get twisted. It was a horrible experience that I would honestly never do again, even though I know I was right.
When this all first happened I was determined to show that you can fight for what is right. In the end however (even though we settled out of court) it was too much. I know I could have won that case, but emotionally I could not take it any longer. It changes you as a person.
However, just last week I was subpoenaed to a deposition to testify as a witness for another SH case against this same employer for almost identical complaints. I thought that what I went through at least made sure that it wouldn’t happen to someone else, but it did and that employer obviously didn't learn his lesson. I hope the new person who is bringing suit can withstand what is about to happen and I hope she wins and he is penalized, again.
In the end I look back and I am glad I stood up for myself, but I wouldn’t do it again. It was horrible and it made me lose trust in not only our justice system, but in other people. To see how easily people lie when there is evidence they are lying is just too much to bear.
Hope I didn’t bore you, but I just want you to know that you have to decide if it's worth it, if you have the strength to endure it. Even the other plaintiff in my lawsuit says the same; she would never go through this again.
Good luck to you. Your welcome to contact me if you want to chat more.
Who Is The Best Dui Lawyer In The Boston Area?
I Recently Got A 1St Offense Dui And Need This Case To Get Dismissed Asap
go to your local tavern and ask there
Where Can I Find A Lawyer....?
Where Can I Find A Lawyer That Feels Free To Consulting A Problem Over The Internet, Like Through Email, That Could Give Me Some Advice And Help On Some Subjects So I Know What To Expect??
I've consulted with many clients via the net. Please feel free to get in touch, if your problem is within one of the areas in which I practice.
Legal Advice On Wrong Age Of Dog?
I Purchased A Miniature Pinscher Dog From A Breeder. The Breeder Told Me He Was One Year And Three Months Old. She Hadn'T Yet Registered Him With Akc But Gave Me Papers To Do So Myself. When I Took Him To The Vet She Told Me He Is Not Under 3 Years Old And More Like 6-7. She And One Other Vet Looked At Him And The Second One Came To The Same Conclusion (Mostly Due To Plaque Build-Up). They Gave Me A Signed Statement. Can I Win If I Take This To Court? I Would Sue Her For The Money We Paid For Him And Keep The Dog Or Give Her The Dog Back But Ask For Not Just What We Paid But What We Have Spent On Him So Far As Well (Mostly In Vet Bills). We Have Contacted Her And She Isn'T Willint To Budge Although We Have Not Threatened A Law Suite... Should I Mention This To Her Before Actually Filing?
Well, this is an interesting one indeed. Unless these vets were board-certified dental specialists (and there are such vets) I don't know that this would hold up in court. Here is a link to a list of ADVC diplomates
If you were to get one of these specialists to give you a statement, that would carry significant weight if you were to sue or demand a refund.
The buildup of tartar alone would not be enough for me or my vet to make such a proclaimation. I've seen young dogs who are fed a horrible diet have terrible plaque -- and that's at 9 months of age when teeth should be pearly white! In addition, I've had experience with some lines of my breed (Belgian Tervuren) that have yellowing to teeth early due to saliva enzyme. Short of having a specialist examine him, it's not going to be easy to sue her...or even demand a partial refund.
How much time and money are you will to spend on this? Do you like the dog or would just as soon return him for a refund?
Is this a large-volume breeder? You might have recourse if she is and you're in a state with puppy lemon laws. If you decide not to consult a specialist, I would draft a letter to the breeder, spelling out your concerns, along with a copy of your veterinary bills. She sold you a dog with dirty teeth, she should be willing to at least contribute to the cost of cleaning them.
Although the breeder may have indeed sold you an older dog, it's quite possible that she didn't... and unless you can get a sworn statement from a specialist to prove your claim, I don't see you getting very far.
You also will be paying more than usual for this dog's AKC registration as it's probably more than a year since the litter was registered. Did your breeder explain that to you?
Well, the ball is in your court, it's up to you to decide how to play it next.
Good luck and let us know how it turns out.
My Father May Have Died Due To Hospital Negligence/Malpractice, How Do I Find The Right Attorney?
Without Going Into Too Much Detail, My Father Recently Died And If It Weren'T For The Hospital, He Would Still Be Alive.
The Problem Is, I'M Not Connected, I Don'T Have A Family Lawyer, Or Anything Like That.
So, What'S The Best Way To Find A Competent Lawyer?
Are There Good Review Sites?
Are There Specific Things I Should Look For On Their Websites? Etc.
Thank You So Much In Advance
Google [your state] medical malpractice attorney. NRS