4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To When you want a legal professional at all, you must work closely with them so that you can win your case. Irrespective of how competent they may be, they're gonna need your help. Listed below are four important ways 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 everything you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know all things in advance - especially information another side could discover and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuing and factual account of most information regarding your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they need to help them to win. 3. Appear Early For Many Engagements Do not be late when you're appearing before a court and avoid wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are punctually, whenever. In fact, because you may want to discuss very last minute details or perhaps be extra ready for the case you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for any sort of crime, it's important to be able to convince a legal court that you simply both regret the actions and so are making strides toward improving your life. For example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for the rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely together with your legal team increases your odds of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.
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I Need A Good Real Estate Attorney In St Joseph, Michigan!?
We Put A Written Offer W/ Earnest Money And Preapproval Loan Letter To Our Agent To Buy A Foreclosure Home. We Got A Counter Offer From The Bank With A $ Amount We Like. So, We Accepted The Counter Offer, Signed The Addendums And Handed It To The Seller Agent. We Thought That The Contract Was Done And All We Got To Do Is Get The Loan. House Is Sold!
Now The Bank Wants To Raise The Price Of Their Counter Offer! Because They Now Think The House Is Worth More! Else We Pay Their New Price Or They Wont' Honor The Contract. My Agent Thinks That Is Totally Unethical. If We Were The Ones To Back Out Of This Contract, We Get Slap And Kick All Over! We Would Loose The Earnest Money And Probably Have To Pay Commissions And Who Knows What Else. But Not The Bank! Everyone Affected By The Bank’S Unethical Behavior Said That Many Banks Are Doing This To Everyone Trying To Buy A Foreclosure Home.
So There It Is! We Need A Good Attorney, Maybe A Good Reporter Too!
An attorney isn't going to do you any good in this situation. When you made your offer, the bank did not accept and gave you a different offer, which YOU accepted. If the bank decided to NOT sign your accepted counter offer (you should check that out), you don't have an accepted offer.
A valid binding legal contract requires signatures from both parties. Generally, lenders do NOT sign counter offers which they tender. You simply get a piece of unsigned paper indicating their offered price.
You are dealing with legal technicalities here. Continuing on with an attorney at YOUR expense most probably won't get you the desired result. Move on and find a different property.
Where Can I Obtain Legal Information For Aes Encryption?
I Have A Client Interested In A High-Level Of Aes Encryption. I Am Concerned About How Far We Are Allowed To Go Before It Becomes Something The Government Would Be Concerned About.
Where Can I Obtain The Current Legal Information Surrounding The Maximum Allowed Civil Limits Of Encryption, Specifically Aes?
As long as your are not using the export to a foreign govenment the laws against it that once applied no longer do.
Most articles on the subject pertain to the bit length of the encryption used (such as 128-bit 40-bit) and do not go into the specifics of encryption type (AES, DES, etc).
Obviously, you should double check any information especialy that provided to you on these boards as these are opinions based (hopefully) in fact... but I see people say things on here all the time as fact that are not true.
So, if your company has a general counsel I would advise running any questions you have by them.. it's what you pay them for! :)
So I will leave you with a couple links (I know you don't want them but since I've already given you the skinny):
Felony Charges, Need An Attorney?
My Family And I Have A Very Awkward Case Going On. My Step-Father Has Been Charged Of Child Stealing. They Have Told Him That It Is From A Street Address That We Have Never Lived In. He Has A Domestic Violence History Back In 98' But Did The Time And Payed Fines And Attended Classes. They Told Him That The Child Stealing Charge Is Part Of The Domestic Violence Case. Need Help. He Had His Arraignment And Was Set To A Preliminary Trial. We Have No Lawyer Yet. What Do We Do? If Anyone Can Refer A Lawyer To Help With The Case. Thank You
Appear in court as your subpoena requires. On your first appearance the judge will determine if you qualify for a court appointed attorney.
Once the court has determined you are represented by an attorney, you will then be given the opportunity to talk to your lawyer about the circumstances before a new court date is scheduled for a "plea" docket!
Husband Got Pulled Over For Drinking And Driving In Maryland, Does He Need A Lawyer?
Husband Got Pulled Over In Montgomery County, Maryland. Does He Need A Lawyer And How Much Money Will It Cost? He Says He Needs To Go To Trial. His Car Was Towed And We Paid Close To $200 To Get His Car Back. How Much More Will It Cost To Get This Solved? Thank You.
Your husband not only needs a lawyer, but he needs the BEST lawyer that you can afford! Don't trust this to just any cut-rate schmuck! Definitely look for a lawyer that specializes in this sort of case.
Once we are done with court, Hubby needs to get his $hit together and not do this again!!!
A good lawyer will get him the best deal possible. If he appears without a lawyer, he will get the maximum sentence that the court can give. As unfortunate as it is, one has to pay the 'middleman' (the lawyer) in a situation like this. Definitely do not try to argue this case on your (his) own!
My thoughts and prayers are with you! Good luck!
For A First Time Dui Offense (21 Years Old) With One Prior Misdemeanor, Is It Necessary To Hire A Lawyer? I Hear Yes From Some People And No From Others, So Am Unsure As To What To Do. Any Advice Would Be Appreciated. Thanks.
This Is In The State Of California By The Way
The DUI itself is going to cost you a lot. The penalties for a first offense are pretty standard. I'd save my money and just deal with the courts on your own. If you are in a position of affording it though hire a really good lawyer that specializes in DUI offenses. The really good ones can get anyone out of anything. They will dispute the accuracy of the breathalizer by questioning the last time it was calibrated. The ground on which you took the impaired skills test (walking the line) did it have any pebbles or loose rocks on the ground. Did you burp at all before giving the breathalizer they are suppose to wait 15 minutes before giving the test. A really good lawyer will get you off so really it all depends on your economic situation
This One Is For The Lawyers??????
How Legal Is It To Fire Someone From Allegedly Selling Drugs On Work Property With Only Word Of Mouth And No Evidence......This Was The Situation......There Were Two Employees One Was In His Car And The Other Came Over To It Opened The Driver Side Door To Look In It And Then Some Other Employee Supposedly Saw Them Making A Drug Deal And Then Later On In The Day Got Fired For It!!! Which In Case No Drugs Were Ever Dispersed.......No Police Were Involved And When The Employee Was Asked About It He Said No And You Can Even Search My Car Right Now If You Wanted.....Nothing Was And He Was Terminated......How Legal Is This?????????
Um. Well. First off--I'm not a lawyer. But I know that for SURE if you're selling illegal drugs, it's illegal. Period. There's absolutely no way it would ever be legal to do, lol. At least, not by federal government.
Even if the state government says otherwise--like how it's legal to sell and obtain medicinal marijuana in the state of California. If the federal government intervenes, these people can go to jail. Period. Because the federal government supercedes the state government.
As for termination of employment--if an employer deems a person unfit to work for them, they have the right to fire. For any reason, really. Especially if they feel that person is involved in drugs or drug trafficking.
An employer can fire you if you're late, take long lunchbreaks, steal office supplies, or lie to their face...
of course they would fire you if they saw you fraternizing in drug activitiy, regardless if you had them on your person.
It's not illegal at all. They had every right.
Sorry... but it's true! ^___^
Even if you had a contract--being involved in illegal activity breaches that contract. So regardless... >__>;;
Even if said transaction never occured... if an employer is adament that it did, they have the right to protect themselves and their business from such things. So if they really think that what they saw was a drug deal, they can terminate employment for the protection of themselves and their business. *shrugs*
I'm kind of rambling... but basically... they didn't do anything illegal. Although if you want to try, you could file for worker's compensation... however, they may or may not believe...
well, anyway. Good luck to that person.