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4 Ways To Help Your Lawyer Assist You To When you really need a legal representative at all, you have to work closely along with them in order to win your case. Regardless how competent these are, they're going to need your help. Here are four important methods to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're gonna reveal in their mind. Privilege means everything you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know everything in advance - particularly information the other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of all the information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they need to help them win. 3. Appear Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are punctually, whenever. In reality, because you might need to discuss eleventh hour details or be extra prepared for the truth you're facing, it's a smart idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any kind of crime, it's important so as to prove to the legal court that you simply both regret the actions and they are making strides toward enhancing your life. For example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and included in the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with the legal team increases your likelihood 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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Is It Better To Hire A Domestic Violence Lawyer Or Can You Trust The Public Defenders Lawyer?
My Husband Has Been Arrested Last Night For Domestic Violence Because Of Me, But I Want Him Out Of Jail. I Dont Want Anything Bad To Happen To Him There. He Goes To School And Work And He Have His Family And Friends. For Sure He Will So Depress There And Might Hate Me And Doesnt Want To Go Back To Me Anymore After I Reported Him. But I Didnt Mean Him To Be In Jail. All I Want Is A Report. I Didnt They Will Just Arrest Him Even I Dont Want To Press Charges. I Know Theres Nothing I Can Do Anymore But To Wait And See For His Case. Hopefully The Lawyer He Will Get Will Be Better Than The Das Lawyer. But Someone Told Me That The Public Defender And District Attorneys Are Somewhat Related And The Public Defender Doesnt Really Care About Winning Their Client(Because They Dont Get Paid By Their Clients). Also By Losing The Case Then The The Person Who Is Arrested Have To Pay And They Get Money Out Of It. Is This True? Should I Just Hire A Lawyer For My Husband To Make Sure That The Case Is Being Taken Care Of. Im So Worried. I Tried To Reach The Public Defenders Lawyer But They Said I Wont Be Able To Talk To The Lawyer Not Until The Court Day, Then How Can I Cooperate With Them And Help My Husband Win The Case? Im Goin Nuts Now, I Havent Eaten Anything Since Yesterday And I Cant Sleep. And Any Over The Counter Medication You Know I Can Take To Help Me Calm Down And Fall Asleep? Im Too Tired Of Thinking, Worrying And Crying.. This Is So Stressful

This is why so many jurisdictions have mandatory arrest laws for DV.

You could post his bail... if he has one.

You don't automatically get a public defender. If you have the means to hire your own, you will be required to do so. Public defenders are there for the folks that can't pay for counsel.

The PD's don't make a bonus for losing cases, they don't have a pot going over how much money they make for the state.. that is all bullshit. Their clients lost because their clients were guilty, but those clients think that a lawyers job is to get them off, not get them found guilty. That is not what they are for, at all, but you can't tell people that.

You called the police because something bad was happening. Don't blame yourself because your husband is an asshole. And yes, if you had to call the police, he is an asshole. Let him stew until the judge lets him go. He'll either come home and remember why he married you in the first place, or he'll come home and start all over with the ***-holery. If he does that, then you call the police, and send his *** back to jail. Every time.

What Type Of Attorney Does Medical Malpractice?
We Are Looking For And Attorney Who Can Take On A Big Hospital. They Are At Fault For Medical Negligence And Malpractice.

You want to contact a personal injury attorney who also specializes in medical malpractice. I would find the best one I could. You can get find a really good one by asking around or checking on the internet. You definitely want someone with a lot of experience in this field. Almost all personal injury lawyers have websites where they list cases they have won, etc. Most PI attorneys will take your case on contingency. All the "good" ones do. They only take cases they are sure they will win. And big hospitals have very deep pockets. That is, unless your state has caps or limits on these types of cases. If you were in Oregon, I could tell you the absolutely number one there, as I used to work for him. If not, then I would contact an organization called The Inner Circle of Advocates. Only the top and best 100 personal injury attorneys in the US are invited to join.

Hope this helps.

PS And contrary to what the guy below me says about it being hard to sue a hospital or doctor, that is absolutely not true. Just look at the hundreds of HUGE awards in the first source listed below. The only problem is that because of the amount personal injury lawyers make, all lawyers want to do this type of work, and most of them are not very good at it. That guy must be a doctor or work for a hospital. It is relatively easy to win big verdicts for medical malpractice, because they screwed up!

First Offense Petty Theft Lawyers Keep Sending Me Letters, How Do I Get This To Stop?
Is There Anyway To Get These Vultures Off My Butt? Do I Need One? I Was Just Planning On Pleading Guilty And Paying The Fine And Community Service.

in some areas clearly lawyers have access to the latest list of offenses, for instance we got loads in the post when my husband got a ticket in NJ and they all got sent to our house in florida.

Just shred them and ignore them, as for needing a lawyer that's up to you of course and I would base it off how much the value of the items where.........

Husband Filed Divorce And Now I'M Homeless? How Is This Legal?
I'M 18 Years Old And I'Ve Been Together With My Husband Since I Was 12, Married Since December 2012. Please I Don'T Want To Hear Any &Quot;You'Re Too Young&Quot; Crap, I'M In A Really Bad Situation And I Don'T Know What Else To Do Or Where To Turn. Currently I'M At A Friend'S House, But They Brought Me In Behind Their Parent'S Back, So I Can'T Stay Here. My Husband Filed For Divorce Out Of No Where. I Had No Warning, Nor Any Clue That Anything Was Wrong. He Never Said A Word. His Mother Came By, Packed Up My Stuff, And All But Physically Pushed Me Out Of My Apartment Door. My Husband, Zac, Had My Name Removed From Our Lease And I Received An Eviction Notice Of Just Me With My Divorce Papers When They Were Served To Me. I'Ve Been Homeless Now Since May 2Nd. I Was Even Raped One Of The Nights I Was Sleeping On A Park Bench. Yes Police Were Involved, But The Case Was Thrown Out Due To Lack Of Evidence. I Don'T Have Any Family Because I Was In Foster Care Since I Was 8 Years Old. I Was Adopted When I Was 11, But My Adoptive Parents Emancipated Be On My 17Th Birthday. I Don'T Know What To Do. I Have No Money, No Job, No Car... Nothing. I'Ve Already Pawned Every Valuable Item I Own, And That Money Was Used For Food. My Husband Had The Job, I Was A Stay At Home Wife. I Live In Texas, And My Husband And I Have Not Been Married Long Enough For Me To Be Able To File For Spousal Support. The Town I Live In Doesn'T Have Any Shelters Or Anything Like That Available. All The Shelters Within A 50 Mile Radius That Accept Women Only Will Help Me If My Husband Had Beat Me. Even Through All This Mess, All I Want Is My Husband. His Mother Is Blackmailing Him To File This Divorce. I Love Him More Than My Own Life. I Just Want To Go Home. What Am I Supposed To Do?

Can your friend drive you to a social services office one day next week? I suspect you qualify for temporary assistance such as food stamps and etc. They can also help you find a job. And have you been to a local food bank or local churches? There is a lot of help available, you just have to figure out where to look.

Since you are 18 years old you can sign a lease. Once you have a job it will be much easier for you to find a place to live. Perhaps you can stay with your friend until that happens? Or with other friends? Churches might have ideas of where you can sleep, too.

Take care.


P.S. Find out about legal aid near you to find yourself a free attorney who can help you with your divorce.

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Do you have bus service? Is the social services office within walking distance? If not, CALL THEM. A social worker will be able to help you figure out how to get help.

Also, I don't know about near you but there is a United Way Service called 211 where I live. You dial 211 and get connected to any available local services. Just pick up your friend's phone at hit 2 1 1 and see what happens.

You might also consider contacting a teen hotline for advice. Teen hotlines might be able to connect you to services.

NAMI is another option. NAMI might be able to provide you with some help because of your diagnosis of bipolar.

Some states have live away programs where you can get job training, housing, food, income and sometimes even education. For instance, in California there is the California Conservation Corps. You might want to find out what is available in your state.

Some states also have junior or community colleges where you can live in the residence halls. You would be able to receive financial aid (money) for food, books, etc. because of your lack of income, though your divorce may (or may not) need to be settled first. I have included a link for College of the Redwoods in California to give you an idea. Look for colleges in YOUR state if you do not live in California. (Most colleges charge more money to out-of-state students.) It might take you a few months to get started so this is not necessarily a solution for tomorrow but it would give you a lot of future stability.

Finally, if you obtain an attorney your husband might be willing to negotiate a quick settlement (giving you money) to avoid court. Most lawyers offer a free 30 minute consultation and many lawyers are willing to take a free case now and again...or can refer you to someone who will.

Take care, honey! Believe in yourself and believe in the world! You've had many bad experiences but there is still good in the world and you are strong. Be a good house guest while you are staying with your friend (no drugs, boys, alcohol, screaming or physical fights, etc.) and hopefully you can stay there for the short time it takes you to figure out something else. I've included links below, hopefully one of them will be just what you need!

Can A Lawyer Help Me?
A Little Over A Month Ago I Was Involved In An Auto Accident.. The Other Person Was Cited And It Was Clearly There Fault.. However My Insurrance Company Has Not Been Able To Get Ahold Of Them And They Say There'S Nothing Else They Can Do.. There Were No Injuries But I Just Want My Car Paid For.. Whats The Best Way To Go About This? I'Ve Never Dealt With Lawyers Or Anything Before So Please Try To Be Very Helpful. Thanks.

I am not being arrogant, but the average person cannot deal with this type of accident themselves. You need to hire a lawyer, you can also sue for the legal fees you will incur. You would have to play investigator without the power of subpeona. You will have to sue, maybe your insurance company and the other drivers also. This is a big job. Everyone is hoping you will just go away. Don't! It would be helpful with your first meeting with an attorney that you have a copy of your policy and your accident report. Find an attorney that is successful insurance litigation (not for the defense!) and will give you the first 15 or 30 minutes free. You can call the state bar association and ask them for a reccomendation for the above type of attorney. Good luck and don't give up!

Litigation Attorney...........?
How To Become A Trial And Litigation Attorney? Any Info Would Be Greatly Appreciated!

You go to law school and pass the bar exam.