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What To Look For In A Lawyer.Criminal Defense?
I Was Wondering What To Look For In A Criminal Defense Lawyer Because I Just Received My First Felony And I Really Dont Want To Serve Time In Jail...This Is Indiana Also
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Is There Any Free Lawyers?
Now I Am The Victim. And Im Looking For A Free Lawyer. I Live In California.
What you are asking for is called an attorney who will represent you pro bono, or for free. Although most firms offer this service on rare occasions when the case is very compelling, there are organizations that specialize in free legal services for those who qualify financially and by the merit of the case (see below). However, many lawyers offer free first consultations, and it is often easier to convince one to take on your case on what is called a contingency basis, where the attorney only gets paid if he wins so he will only take the case if he is sure of victory. Contingency lawyers charge about 40% of the court award plus legal fees, but it's worth it in the end if you win -- they always jack up the amount of the awards for which they ask so that you both get a lot. It's something to consider, also, anyway.
Grandparents Visitation Rights?
Daughter Lived With Mother Her Whole Life. She Is 18. And Has A Baby. They Lived With Mother After The Baby Was Born For 7 Weeks. Mother Supported Baby And Daughter During The Full 7 Weeks Of Babies Life And Supported Daughter Through Out Her Whole Pregnancy. Daughter Has A Sick Obsession Over The Boyfriend Who Is Not A Good Guy. Daughter Decided To Move Out Sneekly With Baby Bright And Early In The Morning. Daughter Was Mad That Boyfriend Could Not Move In Mothers House. Daughter Took Off And Is Now Living In Boyfriends Mothers Home. Mother Asked Nicely Many Times To See Her Grandson. Daughter Has Always Given Excuses. Does Mother Have Any Legal Rights For Grandparents Visitation?
Grandparents have rights in every state. They are not constitutional in nature as the landmark Supreme Court decision - Troxel vs. Granville - handed down in June, 2000 struck down a federal law guaranteeing grandparents the right to sue for visitation. Recognition of grandparents rights by state legislatures is a fairly recent trend, with most statutes in effect for less than 35 years.
Each case is handled on an individual basis. If parents are married, the family is considered "intact" and the likelihood of a judge granting visitation to grandparents becomes much more difficult. In most cases, it must be proven that it would not be in the child's best interests to remove the grandparent from his life. Grandparents able to show "proof of love" have a much better chance at winning time with their grandchildren in a court of law.
Tragically, many thousands of grandparents are denied access to their grandchildren every year. Reasons vary. Drug/alcohol addiction, divorce, misdirected rage/anger. Whatever the reason/excuse, it is the children who suffer.
Well over 800,000 children in the United States are abused every year - when grandparents are actively involved the rate of abuse does a vertical nosedive.
Grandparents are just that...Grand Parents. They have much more wisdom & experience because they have already raised children. They have much more time & resources and are thus able to "spoil" their offspring's offspring.
We live in a throw-away society - and much too often it is the small innocents who pay a terrible toll for their parent's desire use their children as weapons when they become angry at a perceived offense. This was not so just 30 or so years ago. Extended family members are not only a good idea - they are vital to a child's sense of stability and strength.
Tragically, too many of our children use their children as weapons of mass destruction. Just because you can, doesn't mean you should. I'm so very, very sorry that you are experiencing this loss...it is tantamount to the death of a loved one and the grief & despair are indescribable.
The short answer is, yes, you have an excellent case for grandparents rights. It will cost money to hire an expert attorney to get those rights. It may be that i won't be long before the pressure & stress of living with a young woman & baby becomes too much for the boyfriend's parents. You may want to give this some time. It's extremely difficult to do that - especially when you have been so involved with your daughter & the baby. However, making a move too soon - or the wrong one - may push your daughter and grandchild much, much further away.
May you be carried by God's grace,
Best Scanner For Small Law Firm?
We Have Begun E-Filing In Our State And Our Small Law Firm Needs To Purchase A Scanner. It Has Been Suggested We Use The Hp 8270 Model. I Have Read A Few Poor Reviews On This. Any Suggestions Or Recommendations For A Profficient Scanner?
I'm not positive on exact scanners but I used to work for a lawyer and the only scanner we ever used (although there were others in the office) was the one with OCR programming.
This allows you to scan a file into the computer and it automatically turns to digital format so that you can type/delete etc from the form.
Ours was an Epson 3200 I believe.
Can Someone Help Me With A Referral For A Lawyer In Chicago To Deal With An Identity Theft Related Case?
Someone Has Bee Working With My Social Security Number For The Same Company For Over 5 Years And I Believe The Company Was Notified Of This In January Of 2004 And Failed To Take Action. As A Result Of This Fraud I Have Suffered A Large Amount Of Financial Losses Over The Last 2-3 Months. I Would Like To Bring A Suit Against This Company For Negligence And Infliction Of Emotional Distress And Also Against The Person Using My Number For Theft And Fraud.
Call the local Bar Association's Lawyer Referral Service.
You can get a free or low-cost consultation.
How Would I Locate A Lawyer That Is Pro Bono?
Are There Law Students That Would Assist Me For Free?
Law students are not licensed to practice law, and as such are extremely limited in what they can do. In many states they are allowed to represent a criminal defendant in court proceedings, but that is with permission of the client, the prosecutor, the supervising defense attorney, and the judge. Supervision is required, and in many states a special certificate of permission issued by the state supreme court. Beyond that, many law schools have legal clinics established and run by the law schools in which closely-supervised law students do much of the work assisting indigent clients in simple and limited matters within the legal area for which the clinics are established -- housing and employment being the most common.
Traditional "pro bono" work means legal representation provided at no charge to the client and only for matters "pro bono publicum", meaning a matter in which is of public interest. Currently, the term "pro bono" also indicates legal work provided at no charge to a client as a part of the attorney's ethical obligation to assist in making legal representation available to the poor. Many attorneys fulfill that obligation by assisting in legal clinics with either work or financial donation.
You might want to give the state bar association a call to ask about referrals -- that office would be located in your state's capitol city. You can also call the local bar association for the same thing -- that number would probably be in your local phone directory under "attorneys" in the Yellow Pages.