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4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Help You When you really need an attorney at all, you must work closely using them to be able to win your case. Regardless of how competent these are, they're going to need your help. Listed below are four important approaches to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - no matter what information you're likely to reveal in their mind. Privilege means what you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team should know everything in advance - most importantly information another side could discover and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuing and factual account of all information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they have to help them win. 3. Show Up Early For Those Engagements Do not be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are by the due date, every time. In reality, because you may have to discuss last minute details or even be extra prepared for the way it is you're facing, it's a smart idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate Which You Have Your Act Together If you've been charged with just about any crime, it's important so that you can convince a legal court that you just both regret the actions and they are making strides toward boosting your life. By way of example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and included in the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.

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Real Estate Law In California / New Jersey?
Here Is My Situation, I Found A House In Nj It Is A Short Sale Been Listed For About 16 Months , So I Contacted The Agent In Nj And Advised Her That Im Interested So I Gave Her My Agents Info In Ca. So My Agent Wrote An Offer With A Ca Application. And Sent It To The Listing Agent . We Waited And Waited And Waited And The Listing Agent Never Returned Our Calls After That. However My Offer Was Submitted. I Have Gotten A Hold With The Selling Bank, And They Said That They Have Accepted My Offer... A Couple Of Days Ago I Called The Bank Ago And They Said That There Is Another Person That Wants To Make An Offer, And The Listing Agent Said That Im Not Interested In The Property Any More. (Not True) The Reason That I Think She Is Doing This So She Does Not Have To Share The Commission With My Agent . Now I Made The Offer On April 14Th And I Only Have Till June 30Th So I Can Get My 8000 Credit. And Now I Cant Make An Offer On Another House That Will Allow Me To Get The Credit. So I Have A Case Against Both Agent (Listing, And Mine) Note: My Agent Not Writing The Write Contract. And The Listing Agent For Not Returning My Calls, For Saying That Im Not Interested To Purchase The House And Her Take My Accepted Offer Off, And For Not Communicating With The Home Owner At All. And For Overwriting My Offer With A Different Buyer.

Your offer was not valid, it is not legal for a CA real estate agent to sell real estate in NJ, they have to have a NJ license to do that.

You can't get the tax credit no matter what you do, you had to be under contract by 4/30, obviously that did not happen.

Need To Know Min/Max Sentences For My Friend Arrested For Felony Dui And Felony Evasion Recently.?
My Friend Was Arrested Over The Weekend For Felony Dui (23152) And Felony Evasion (2800.2). Info On The Internet Has Been Difficult To String Together As To What His Minimum And Maximum Penalties Would Be For These Offenses. I Know That He Ran Several Stop Signs And Was Driving Fast (50Mph In Residential). He Ended Up Shot In The Chest With A Taser Briefly Hospitalized Before Being Booked. All In California.

Quick answers are not necessarily correct answers.

Veh C 23152 is not felony DUI. Felony DUI requires injury to somebody other than the driver. (Veh. Code sec. 23153.) If this is a 23152, and he has no prior in the past 10 years, the maximum sentence is 6 months in jail. The maximum sentence for felony DUI is three years in prison. (Veh C sec. 23554.)

The maximum sentence for felony evading, which is the statute you cited (Veh C sec. 2800.2) is three years. If this is a misdemeanor DUI and a felony evading, the maximum would be three years in prison and six months in jail. If it is a felony DUI, because of the way consecutive sentences are calculated in California, the total maximum sentence would be four years, four months, in prison.

Nothing even close to 15 years could be imposed in this case, and the more likely outcome would be probation with some time in county jail.

Car Accident Lawsuit?
I Was Tboned On My Passenger Side About A Week Ago. I Have Hidden Fractures In My Left Wrist And Knee, Severe Neck And Lower Back Pain. The Cop Said He Couldnt Determine Fault. The Woman Said Her Husband Was A Police Officer And Everything Will Be My Fault. When I Got The Police Report (After The Cop Talked To The Lady'S Husband) It Said It Was My Fault And I Was The Striking Vehicle (Even Though I Have No Front End Damage But Passenger Side Damage) When I Went To Talk To The Officer He Said It Doesnt Matter How He Wrote It. My Insurance Company Said It Was My Fault Because Even Though I Was T Boned The Driver On The Right Has The &Quot;Right Of Way&Quot; Not Even One Week After The Accident The Mall Security Called Me And Said They Have Footage Of The Entire Accident. The Woman Ran A Stop Sign, Was Clearly Speeding In A 25 M.P.H. Zone, And Didnt Even Brake When She Hit My Car. Also, My Front End Was Already In The Parking Lot When She Hit Me. Should I Sue? How Much? This Is Not A Joke. Thanks

PURSUE the Lawsuit.
Get the tape. Sue the person that hit you (for the obvious reason). Sue the officer that wrote the report if possible (falsifying a report). Sue the city where that officer works (for hiring a crooked cop).
Good Luck collecting any settlement. The Judge probably knows these scum and you will have a hard time getting a fair settlement. And after you will always have police harrassing you. But you got a great case with the video tape.
I hope for your sake that Justice be served. Best of Luck To You.
As for the car on the right having right of way. I say BULL - your tape will show who had right of way.

P.S I would get a lawyer simply because your dealing with the police at this point. They can make life hell for you if you get on their bad side. And if you pursue legal action against them be prepared for some mafia type retaliation. Document everything and every action by any police officer that you encounter. Remember they stick together. Even if you win you will lose. So you got to be careful to do things within the law.
The one bad thing here is that when you go against someone who has the police on their side, how do we know the lady wasn't drunk driving or on drugs. You dont. They got the cops on their side.

Do I Need A Lawyer?
If I Want To Bring Charges Against Someone In Court, Do I Need A Lawyer Or Can I Represent Myself?

It depends on what you want to charge them with.

Courts generally fall into two categories, Civil and Criminal. Civil cases are between private parties, such as you versus your neighbor, or you versus a corporation. You don't need a lawyer to pursue "small" matters, but you do if it's a big case like a car accident with significant injuries.

Criminal matters are between the government and the defendant. The individual who was the victim doesn't actually bring the charges, they go to the police or prosecuting attorneys, and they bring the case. You don't need a lawyer, and once you've filed the complaint, you don't even really have to do much, including show up in court in many cases.

Only rarely does a victim have or need a lawyer, usually cases like rape or with children, to protect the defense from giving them a hard time.

For Attorneys: Child Support?
My Parents Divorced When I Was 7(I'M 16 Now), And My Dad Didn'T Pay Child Support For The First Two Years. He Finally Paid It In A Lump Sum, But My Mom Never Truly Used That Money For Me. Since She Didn'T Have A Job For Almost Four Years, She Used Most Of It To Support Herself. My Father Didn'T Have To Pay Spousal Support. My Question Is, Can I Sue My Mom For That Money? Or Is There No Way To Prove That Most Of The Money Went To Her?

The money your Mom received for the support of you was for her to spend - not you.

Just because it says child support does not mean it was to be used for things you thought were useful. You are the child. She is the adult.

The money your Mom received was to be spent in a way she thought was right:

food
internet
gas
electric
water
car purchase or rent
insurance (car, house, health)
clothes
TV / Cable
computer
everything else

Don't take sides.

Your Mom is not 100 % right or wrong and your Dad is not 100 % right or wrong.

It takes 2 people to break a marriage.

As for suing ? Who would you sue ? Your Mom because you did not think she spent the money the way you wanted her to ? Good luck with that. The Court / Judge only cares that your Mom received the money from your Dad.

And, because your Dad did not pay for awhile ? I imagine it was difficult for you and your Mom at times, especially since she was a stay at home Mom taking care of you and unemployed for 4 years. Did it occur to you that since she was unemployed the MEAGER money she received from your Dad was hardly enough to cover every single expense she had on your account ?

Peace.

Urgent!! Need No Cost Legal Advice For Widow Who'S Spouse Committed Suicide;Inlaws Have Own Interests Not Hers
Please Help....My Good Friend Who'S Husband Committed Suicide On Sept 10, 2007. There'S Real And Personal Property. No Will. The Inlaws Are Pushy, Self-Serving And Disrespectful Of Her Feelings & Rights. She Was Physically And Mentally Abused Prior To His Suicide. She Just Wants What Is Rightfully Hers And To Be Treated Fairly And Respect Her Rights. She Has And Has Had No Income Thru The Entire Marriage, Is Disabled And Is A Having Hard Time, As She Is Unsure As To Exactly What Is And Isnt Suppose To Happening. Petrified She May Get Booted Out Of The Home She And Her Husband Shared. Knowlege And Info Would Be Priceless, Not Knowing Is The Majority Of The Fear. Please Help Asap With Any Info, Referral And/Or Advice...Thanks

I'm not a lawyer, but my understanding is that under most US Law the legal-spouse is by default the immediate beneficiary of all assets left by the descedent spouse. Especially if there's no will. Again, I'm not a lawyer, but it would seem that the in-laws have no claim or power to decide what happens to marital property and assets.

Definitely get some legal representation and ask what the best course of action is: Perhaps they will issue restraining orders and/or (if possible) issue injunctions against the inlaws asking them to cease-n-decists their actions agains the living spouse.

SOunds like the in-laws are a bunch of vultures. The guy hasn't even been buried and they're all over his stuff. Talk about lack of respect.