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3 Methods To Know You've Picked The Right Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to endure the legal court system, particularly if you lack confidence within your legal team. Here are three important ways to recognize that you've hired the correct lawyer: 1. They Are Experts In Your Kind Of Case Legislation is often tricky and this requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. When you need an attorney, look for person who relates to the challenge you're facing. Even if a relative or friend recommends you make use of a company they know, when they don't use a focus that's similar to your case, keep looking. Once your attorney is undoubtedly an expert, specifically in the hassle you're facing, you already know you've hired the correct one. 2. The Lawyer Includes A Winning Record Dependant upon the circumstances, it can be challenging to win an instance, specifically if the team helping you has virtually no experience. Try to find practices that have won numerous cases that relate to yours. Although this is no guarantee that you case will probably be won, it will give you a much better shot. 3. They Listen And Respond In case the attorney you've chosen takes the time to listen to your concerns and answer your inquiries, you've probably hired the best one. No matter how busy they are or how small your concerns seem using their perspective, it's critical that they answer you inside a caring and timely manner. From the aim of view of an ordinary citizen who isn't informed about the judicial system, court cases could be pretty scary you require updates and also to feel as if you're section of the solution. Some attorneys are merely considerably better to your case than others. Be sure you've hired the best team for your circumstances, to actually can placed the matter behind you as soon as possible. Faith inside your legal representative is the first task to winning any case.

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Boyfriend Wrongly Accused Of Domestic Violence. Does He Need To Hire A Lawyer?
My Boyfriend And I Were Out Of Town On Sort Of A Mini Vacation, And One Night We Went Out To Various Bars And Clubs And We Both Became Pretty Inebriated. We Hailed A Cab To Get Back To The Hotel But Got Into An Argument When We Got Out Of The Cab Because We Were Dropped Off In The Wrong Area And Had To Walk A Bit To The Hotel. The Argument Was Verbal But I Guess We Were Making A Commotion Because Someone Called The Cops On Us As We Were Arguing In Front Of Another Hotel. The Witness Said He Hit Me Extremely Hard Which Is Absolutely Not True. I Was Not Very Drunk At All So I Would Have Remembered. He Was Arrested That Night And I Had To Bail Him Out. The Cops Didn T Even Really Check Me Out Or Take Pictures Of Me Or Anything. His Court Date Is In About A Month And He Is A College Student And Has Nothing Bad On His Record, But Obviously Doesn T Have All The Money In The World To Hire Expensive Lawyers. Should He Try And Hire One Anyway To Make Sure This Won T Be On His Record Forever And Affect His Future?

Unfortunately I had a similar situation with my boyfriend. I felt horrible and tried to tell the cops that if anyone was guilty it was me. They didn't care though &THEY pressed charges against him.
I called the courts before his hearing several times to speak to the prosecuting attorney and the judge and tell them my side of the story, I think that helped. My boyfriend also hired a lawyer and through all that we found out about a mutual combatants law..I don't remember the details to it but you could look into it. Pretty self-explanatory..you were mutually involved in a dispute and neither of you can be proven to be the instigator.
If he's got a clean record and youre willing to testify he's innocent, they might drop it down to disturbing the peace. (What happened with us)
What we were told too is that without the 'victim's cooperation, its really hard for them to get a conviction Bring proof that you bailed him out to show that from the get-go you were on his side(& aren't being threatened or coerced into supporting him)
The fact that they didn't take pictures of you is good, that witness would piss me off but GET A COPY OF THE POLICE REPORT to see what all they've got. Who knows what they mentioned about the caller in the report. You should be able to do that yourself. You could go with a court appointed attorney..but even those cost money now. If you can't get one, all I can say is tell him to absolutely plead not guilty at his arraignment, see what bargain they're willing to give him and go from there.
Good luck!

Where Can I Find A Family Lawyer With Free Consultation Or Free Service?
Can I Get Some Type Of Free Legal Service Or Very Cheap

Attorney's are required to perform Pro Bono (FREE) services x hours per year, they do not advertise it so the only way you can find out is to call lawyers in your area until you find one who has time available.{}

Can A Law Office -On Behalf Of A Credit Card Company- Deplete Funds From A Bank Account If Money Is Owed?
Texas

No, a law office can not take money from your bank account without your consent. A COURT can attach your funds, but a law office can not. So, the money could not be taken out by the law office, but they could file with the courts and get a judgement against you.

The exception to this would be if you owed the law firm money directly for work they had done for you, and somewhere in the paperwork you signed a release to allow them to debit any money you owe them directly from your bank account--but again, that would mean you had authorized it.

Do Criminal Defense Lawyers Know Whether Or Not Their Client Is Guilty?
Lets Say Someone Is On Trial For Murder...And They Plead Not Guilty...And They Tell Their Own Lawyer That They Did Murder. What Does The Lawyer Do? Do They Still Defend Them? Do Most Lawyers Really Know Whether Or Not Their Client Committed The Crime, Even Though They May Plead Otherwise? Or Do Defense Lawyers Discourage Their Client From Telling Them Whether They Did It Or Not?

The answer to your question will depend on many factors. First, any criminal defendant is entitled to a reasonable defense, whether they are guilty or not. A lawyer might know the client is guilty and still defend the client because he or she thinks that a jury will feel sorry for the client, or give a lesser sentence than the judge would. There are many strategy issues to consider when deciding how to proceed with a case, and many times the client has no control over much of the process.

There are some issues, however, that may cause problems for a lawyer, if he knows the client is guilty, but the client wants to say that he or she didn't do it. That is why most criminal defense lawyers will not ask if the client did it. For the lawyer, it really doesn't matter if the client is guilty or not, the question is, can the client get a fair trial or a fair deal. It is up to the jury to decide guilty or not guilty, not the lawyer. If the client is guilty, and the lawyer makes sure that the client gets a fair trial, and the client is convicted, then the client got what he or she deserved. It is as simple as that.

The problem comes when the client is innocent, but convicted anyway.

Divorce Form Question?
For The Financial Disclosure Statement And Personal Property Division Forms, Do You Have To List Things You Had Before The Marriage...Ex...Your Car, Bank Account? My Car Was Pd Off Before The Marriage. Do I Still Need To List This Or Are These Forms Only For Things That You Obtained & Shared During The Marriage?

Yes you have to disclose EVERYTHING. After your attorney checks it over you will have to sign it "under penalties of perjury" (says it on the form). The good thing though, is that the judge will separate the things that were yours before marriage & not considered marital property (with few exceptions). So, just because you are disclosing it doesn't mean you are giving up your right to it. Make sure to tell your attorney which assets are exclusively yours.

How Do You Find A Good Real Estate Lawyer In Northern California?
Let Us Hear Your Words Of The Mouth. What Do You Like/Dislike About Your Real Estate Lawyers? I'M A Buyer And Don'T Have Complex Issues. I Just Need To Fully Understand Every Disclosure And Every Clause In The Contract To Ensure That I'M Getting What I'M Paying For. While You Can Easily Compare Doctors At Healthgrades.Com, Is There A Web Site You Compare Lawyers Easily?

California is not like the East Coast where a Lawyer needs to be paid for. If your REALTOR and that is the person you should choose cannot explain the documents in front of you than yeah find a new REALTOR. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and have done my nights of Legal Case Briefs. Took my Real Estate Law Class and passed. All California REALTORS actually have a 800 number in which we can call and talk to a Legal panel if a client has a question. We can also access a database in which we can read any legal information.

If you are still set on a Lawyer over a REALTOR than I have a person who is Broker/Lawyer for a Real Estate Agency. Remember you are looking for a Buyer's Agent so the percentage coming from the Seller is cheaper on you than paying a Lawyer by the hour. So find a REALTOR that is a Lawyer or a REALTOR that can explain real estate terminology correctly. End result dont waste your money. Get a Home Inspection of the property. Ask for a Natural Hazard Disclosure of the Property as well. These two documents should be available to you within the first 10 days and will give you ample time to decide whether you want the property or not. Any more questions ask it FREE and I know some people like that word. I will charge you if it makes you feel better $))