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Church Says Document Fraud Is Only Civil Violation Of Federal Code & Police Should Go After Real Criminals?
Church Says Document Fraud Is Only Civil Violations Of Federal Code & Police Should Go After Real Criminals, Isn'T Document Fraud A Felony ?The Five Principles Of The Utah Compact Acknowledge That 1) Immigration Is A Federal Policy Issue 2) Local Law Enforcement Should Go After Dangerous Criminals 3) Family Immigration Is Important 4) Immigrants Add To The Local Economy And That 5) Utah Should Welcome Immigrants. The Wide Range Of Supporters Endorsing These Principles Include The Salt Lake Chamber, Former U.S. Senator Jake Garn, Former Governor Olene Walker, The Utah Attorney General, The Deseret News And Numerous Religious Groups, Such As The Catholic Diocese Of Salt Lake And The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints (Lds). Although Not An Official Signer, Lds Endorsed The Compact With A Statement Of Support: The Church Regards The Declaration Of The Utah Compact As A Responsible Approach To The Urgent Challenge Of Immigration Reform. It Is Consistent With Important Principles For Which We Stand. Http://Www.Alternet.Org/Immigration/148900/Mormon_Church_Joins_Supporters_For_Progressive_Immigration_Reform,_Helping_Sink_Arizona-Like_Bill To Have And Find Work It Is A Well Known Fact One Must Use Some Form Of Document Fraud,Why Is The Church Saying, You Do Not Enforce That Law ?

I would rather the police spend their time investigating murders and other violent felonies than spend their time tracking down people who make up social security numbers..The Church does not speak out about lying just from the standpoint of making up SS#'S the church and the illegals do not know if the made up number could actually belong to a citizen. The church is saying, they do condone, the use of fake documents, lying about who they really, filling tax forms under perjury of law all information provided is true. There is more to it, than illegals just showing up. When illegals lie about who they are, how are we suppose to know who they are , it could be back home they are wanted criminals and coming here fake or stolen documents wipes the slate clean.Maybe if I go by what the Church says, police should no longer issue traffic tickets, dui would be legal as it does not fall under murders and other violent felonies. For the record they are asking America to abolish all civil violations as they are a waste of time. I never knew that a church would say lying is acceptable as long as it's use is for a better life.

Does Anyone Know Any Good Family Law Lawyers In Metro Atlanta Area?

instead of me typing the info, im sending links..i guess youre looking for divorce attorneys? or is it child custody? these lawyers should be able to handle family matters..hope this helps and good luck

Do I Have To Use A Lawyer/Barrister To Defend Me In Court (Re:Custody/Residency)?
I Have Been Given Custody Of Our Children But Have Always Given My Ex Very Generous Access. He Instructs Top Lawyers But I Am Absolutely Broke, I Was Awarded A Large Financial Settlement But He Refuses To Honour This And I Don'T Know How I Will Be Able To Pay For Lawyers To Fight To Get This. I'Ve Been Told I'M Not Eligible For Legal Aid As My Family Had Been Helping To Pay My Costs And Living Expenses But Now They Are Broke As Well.

Your question has been reproduced below to preserve your original fact pattern.

Q: Do I have to use a lawyer/barrister to defend me in court (re:custody/residency)?
I have been given custody of our children but have always given my ex very generous access. He instructs top lawyers but I am absolutely broke, I was awarded a large financial settlement but he refuses to honour this and I don't know how I will be able to pay for lawyers to fight to get this. I've been told I'm not eligible for legal aid as my family had been helping to pay my costs and living expenses but now they are broke as well.

A: There is no quick answer to your question.

Your question is difficult to answer because you make reference to a "lawyer/barrister" making it difficult to ascertain the jurisdiction in which you will appear. However, it's likely you will appear in a court guided by Anglo-Saxon jurisprudence-- England, Canada, Australia, the U.S. etc.-- so a general answer should provide you with some guidance.

You can usually appear "pro se" in court where you can't afford to hire legal representation. When that happens you still have to follow all the rules your legal counsel would have to follow, but the judge will try to cut through what you tell him to get to the legal or factual issue your're addressing.

If the case is simple and the opposing counsel ethical, then you should be able to "make your case" and have the issue decided. If you have a settlement agreement, for example, you bring a copy and tell the judge that your ex hasn't paid in accordance with the agreement. You'd ask the judge to enforce it by reducing the debt to a specific "dollar" amount that you could then attempt to collect through a sheriff.

Usually, you can't get legal representation on a contigency basis in a dissolution or other domestic relations case. So, that's probably not an option (offering the legal counsel a portion of what you get from the settlement). You might find, though, that there is a provision in the law that allows the legal fees of a disadvantaged party to be paid (or have some portion paid) by the more advantaged party in matters of dissolution of marriage. Of course, you'd need to do some serious legal research to find that out-- or consult a lawyer.

Try getting a free consultation with legal counsel who can review the agreement. Someone just might agree to represent you without payment up front (but don't count on it).

[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.]

Salary Difference Between An Attorney And Lawyer?
I Know An Attorney And A Lawyer Are 2 Different Things. But Does One Get Paid More Than The Other? Whats The Average Salary Difference? Whats The Better Job, A Lawyer Or Attorney? Is Becoming A Lawyer Require A Different Process Than Becoming An Attorney?

An attorney at law is also known simply as an attorney or lawyer.

It's like saying a medical doctor, is also known as physician.

Or the president, aka Commander-in-Chief!

you get the picture. :)

Which Should A Civil Engineer Pursue: Patent Or Construction Law?
I'M An Undergraduate Majoring In Civil Engineering @ Georgia Tech. I Plan On Getting My Master'S In Civil Engineering Here Too And Plan On Moving Into Patent/Construction Law Because I Will Be Making A Lot More Money. I Just Want To Know Which I Should Go For, Which Is More Related To My Major, Which One Makes More Money, Ect. If You Could Site Your Sources Or Just Give Me Your Opinion, I'D Appreciate It! Thx!!

I happen to agree with Oil Field Trash.

Regarding Construction Law:
Getting a masters degree in CE is not going to prepare you for legal practice. Grad school prgrams in CE are very technical and will provide little if any real experience that can be translated into construction law. Real world experience working with contracts, change orders, and claims is going to be a lot more beneficial than what you learn in CE grad school. The time spent in grad school would be better spent either working in the field or going straight to law school.

How To Modify Divorce Decree In Michigan?
I Have A One Year Old Daughter Who Was Conceived Just Before My Divorce Was Final To My Ex Husband. He Is Not Her Father And He Does Not Contest That Fact. We Had Been Separated For Two Years And We Were Both In New Relationships By The Time The Court Proceedings Were Complete. When We Had Our Final Day In Court I Did Not Know I Was Pregnant And Thus I Was Not Able To Enter Into Our Divorce Decree The He Is Not The Father. When My Daughter Was Born I Put My Fiancé (Her Father) On Her Birth Certificate. I Have Now Found Out That The State Entered My Ex Husband As Her Father Because We Were Technically Still Married During Her Conception. I Know It Is Always Wisest To Hire An Attorney But I'D Rather Skip That Cost Since We Are All In Agreeance. What Forms Do I Need To File To Do This? What Is The Process? I Understand That After The Decree Is Corrected I Then File With Vital Records To Update The Birth Certificate. The Part I Am Getting Stuck On Is The Initial Court Paperwork.

First you should contact a lawyer in Michigan.

You would have to file some kind of motion to modify the divorce decree.

If the actual biological father has owned up to paternity, then the only issue is to correct the decree to accurately reflect the reality of the situation.

The Michigan equivalent to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 60 is:

MCR 2.612 allows for relief from a judgment or order on specific grounds. These include mistake (2.612(C)(1)(a)); fraud, misrepresentation, or other misconduct of an adverse party (MCR 2.612(C)(1)(c)); and any other reason justifying relief from the operation of the judgment (MCR 2.612(C)(1)(f)).

A trial court's decision to grant relief based on this court rule is discretionary and will not
be disturbed absent an abuse of discretion. See Huber v Frankenmuth Mutual Ins Co, 160 Mich App 568, 576; 408 NW2d 505 (1987).

This can be accomplished with a motion to correct or amend the final decree due to mistake.