Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are numerous lawyers in the area that advertise that they can specialize in your type of case. This could make the process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it will be easy to narrow down your search to the right one out of very little time. Step one is to create a listing of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your area that specialize in your circumstances. While you are which makes this list you should only include those which you have a great vibe about depending on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by taking a while evaluating their website. There you should be able to find the amount of years they are practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this time your list should have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate level of experience. You need to then spend some time to search for independent reviews of each attorney. Make sure to look at the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The data inside the reviews will give you a solid idea of how they connect to their customers and the time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will need to meet up with no less than the past three lawyers that have the credentials you are interested in. This gives you enough time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing your case. It is crucial for you to follow all of these steps to actually find someone which has the right degree of experience to get you the best possible outcome.
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Army Advice And Legal Advice?
I Was Arrested On July 14, 2013 For Disorderly Conduct, I Do No Know If There Was Any Public Drunkenness Associated With It. On My Sheet It Just Says The Court Date And It Just Says Disorderly Conduct. I Appear In Court For Arraignment On August 19Th, 2013. I Fear That This Will Impact My Record For Joining The Army, And I Am Homeless And Don'T Have That Much Money To Pay For Court Fines And The Charge Fine. That'S Why I Am Joining The Army.
Your best bet is to talk to the recruiter.
Bear in mind that with sequestration, there may be a hold on enlistments.
Right now, vets who are eligible for Post 9/11 educational benefits and Montgomery GI Bill educational benefits are on hold - they cannot continue their educations until the feds release those monies.
The current administration has been cutting the number of troops thru attrition (retirement, not re-upping, or discharges).
Uncle Sam is getting pickier now that we don't have an active war. There are approximately 2 applicants for every available slot.
This article may give you further information: http://money.cnn.com/2013/05/15/news/eco...
So, be sure you can meet the physical and educational requirements or don't bother.
Again, the recruiter is the person to talk to.
If you are not successful, try your local WorkOne office for job assistance.
WorkOne is the EMployment division of your local UNemployment office.
Are There Any Lawyers On Line That Would Give Me Some Legal Answers I Mean A Real Lawyer?
Are There Any Real Lawyers On Line Who Can Give M E Some Real Legal Advise
A real lawyer would violate her ethics by just giving random legal advice on here.
My Civil Appeal Is A Complicated Case What Do I Do If I Can'T Afford An Attorney?
My Financial Means Are Limited, And There Were Two Cases Ruled In The Same Manner. (Same District Two Different Court Houses) My Parents Manipulated The Legal System For Their Own Personal Gain. By Then Filing In Two Different Court Houses To Serve Their One Purpose, I Wouldn'T Know Where To Begin.
"My Civil Appeal is a complicated case what do I do if I can't afford an attorney? My financial means are limited, and there were two cases ruled in the same manner. (same district two different court houses) My parents manipulated the legal system for their own personal gain. By then filing in two different court houses to serve their one purpose, I wouldn't know where to begin."
There is no quick answer to your question. And it would help to know what kind of cases were heard, what the issues were, etc.
You generally have a certain period of time to appeal a final ruling-- 30 days comes to mind, but it varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. And, usually, your trial record will have to show that you made timely objections to the issues of law that you disagreed about and that you exhausted your remedies at the trial level (filing for a reconsideration, for example) in order for you to appeal on those issues. The only other reason to appeal is that the judge's ruling was against the manifest weight of the evidence, but Courts of Appeals do not often overturn a trial court judge for that since the presumption is that he did his job correctly.
You'll have to file your leave to appeal within the allotted time. And then you'll have to present the Court of Appeals for that jurisdiction with your appeal-- including a complete record of your case(s). That means the legal arguments with legal citations to back them up and a complete case file and transcripts from the Court Recorder. If you are poor, you may be able to file "in forma pauperis" ("in the form of a pauper") where the courts will assume the costs of your court record and waive certain formal requirements in filing your papers (doesn't need to be typed, doesn't need to be on particular paper with particular fonts, etc.). Persons filing in forma pauperis are also usually given a great deal of latitude in framing their arguments in their filings.
Appeals practice is a specialty in itself, and many trial lawyers send their appeal's cases to those specialists. So, you are in for a steep learning curve with little chance of success against a trained attorney.
[This is not legal advice. You should consult a licensed attorney-at-law for legal advice or representation before making decisions that may affect your legal rights.]
Do I Need A Lawyer For A Petty Theft Charge?
I Was Arrested For Attempting To Steal A $ 1.75 Can Of Beer From Cvs (Really Stupid I Know , Was Really Wasted At The Time And Not Thinking). I Was Arrested And Taken To The Local Precinct And Given A Paper With A Court Date. They Released Within The Hour. I`Ve Never Been Arrested Or Fined For Anything In My Life, Never In Trouble With The Law . Should I Get A Lawyer For The Court Date Or Can I Just Represent My Self ? Is This A Charge That I Can Be Sent To Jail For ?
You don't really a lawyer, but if you think you need one, get one. I doubt that you will be sent to jail, just a fine, and possibly probation.
Anyone Out There Know Anything About Probate Court?
My Fiance'S Mother Passed Away Last Week From Colin Cancer, She Didn'T Have A Will & His Step Dad Is Telling Him That He Isn'T Intitled To Any Of His Mother'S Esstate. My ? To All Is... Whats The Low Down On Probate? We Have A Lawyer. But We Want To Know What Are Some Things We Need To Know Before All Of This Gets Blown Up In Court. All We Know About His Mom Is That She Had...A Car In Her Name, She Owned Half Of The Home, And Half Of Her Huspands Truck. We Know That She Had Life Insuance, & A Retirement Plan. My Fiance'S Step Dad Is Also Telling Us That He Is Going To Get Rid Of His Mom'S Car. Is This Legal? Can He Do Any Of This Without Even Putting Anything Into Probate? Is There Anyone Out There That Has Been In This Same Situation That Might Have Some Advice? The Reason I Am Asking About All Of This Is Because My Fiance' Has Already Lost One Parent (His Father) 2 Years Ago... He Was Left Out Of Everything Because Of His Stupid Step Mom. Please Help!
Hi. I've been a legal assistant for 25 years. Please know the step-dad is most likely BS-ing you guys. No will from the deceased means your fiance may very well be entitled to a portion of his mother's estate, regardless if she was married or not. With no will, the law normally steps in and makes proper division of the assets of the estate. This can be a long, drawn out process. Each state may vary in what percentage a spouse gets if the other spouse has surviving children from a previous marriage(your fiance), i.e. perhaps the surviving spouse will get 50% and your fiance 50%, or it could be divided 70/30. If you have an attorney worth his salt, he should have explained this to you. The attorney needs to file for an injunction or bring a motion before your local court to prevent the step-father from disposing of ANY asset of the estate, until an inventory can be completed. If the step dad contests the motion on his own or with his own attorney, the court will appoint a guardian ad litem (as such a disinterested 3rd party that is an attorney, that will basically represent the deceased's interest/estate to review, assess and inventory the estate. Thereafter, again, according to your state's law, the estate will then be divided proportionately. Be advised that once the court orders the injunction or the motion is approved and a Court order is issued, there are sanctions (penalties) that can be instilled upon the step father for contempt should he dispose of any assets in the interim. As to things like cars, the court will probably order the vehicle be sold and again, profits would be proportionately divided. For insurance policies, who gets it depends upon who is listed as beneficiary of the policy at the time of his mother's death. It could be the step dad, your fiance or whomever his mother chose. Please don't feel alone, this happens all over the country and especially when "blended families" are involved. I hope this helps!
If Some Feels Their Civil Rights Have Been Violated Because Of Their Race Who Do You Call Other Than A Lawyer I Mean Like So Serious It Could Lead To A Big Law Suit Againt The Police Department I Have Contacted The State Govenor My Email But I Need Someone To Get Down To The Bottom Of The Problem Who Else Should I Contact? Who Is Over A Police Dept Does The Police Have Police For Them Who Make Sure That They Are Doing Their Job
If you feel you have what is called a 1983 Action (violation of civil rights) you should call an attorney first.
They take that type of case on what is called a contingency basis, which means that you do not pay them unless they win your case. Just make sure that theattorney has experience in practicing before a Federal Court.
As for who is over the Police Department, it would start with the Police Commission, then the City Council, then the State Attorney General.