Can a plaintiff's lawyer work for defendant discreetly?
Legal ethics prohibit that.
The defense attorney works for the defendant, or the person being accused. The accuser is known as a plaintiff, and they will often will also have a lawyer on their side when in court. Read More
This answer depends upon the type of lawsuit involved. Some plaintiff's claims are easily proved, while some are not. The same is true for a defendant. Some defenses are easy to prove and some are not. A lawyer for a plaintiff who was hurt by a car that rear-ended him has a pretty easy job, because a defendant that is not in control of his car at all times (even if the plaintiff's car stops… Read More
Answer Absolutely, if you can afford one. It depends on what the issue is too. If you cannot affort a lawyer, sometimes you can find one that will do "pro bono" work which is free help for someone who is in need of a lawyer and cannot afford one. If you cannot get a lawyer and, depending on what the ex parte hearing is about, you will just have to be present and tell the… Read More
"Here you see the defendant, a good man who is trusted at work, respected in the community, and loved at home." -apex Read More
If one was looking for a work injury lawyer, they could check in their local yellow pages. There are also websites that will assist in finding a work injury lawyer such as injury lawyer finder. Read More
It depends on the lawyer and the type of employment. A part time lawyer might work as few as 3, while a busy lawyer may work 15 hour days. The average is about 8-10. Read More
The nature of work for a lawyer is highly stressful. The nature of lawyer's work involves long nights studying cases. Read More
a lawyer works in court. or they may work in a office at a local place,or in a private firm. Read More
well dependes they can work at any time.If the case is really hard than that consist of more work for the lawyer hope i that answered it for you Read More
There are many different lines of work that a lawyer could do. Lawyers typically deal with branches of the law. Read More
The work hours for a lawyer will typically begin at 8:00 AM and end around 6:00 PM. However, this varies, depending on the cases the lawyer is working for. Read More
An entertainment lawyer is a lawyer who provides services to those in the entertainment field. They often work on things such as contracts. Read More
IN THIS JOB ON BEING A LAWYER IS IT REQUIRED TO DO SPECIAL PHYSICAL SILLS . Read More
the environment of a lawyer looks like a work office Read More
Yes Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer that worked in Springfield. Read More
Can an attorney who represented a defendant prosecute a probation revocation hearing of the same defendant?
Something is not right with this question. Did the defense attorney suddenly go to work for the prosecutor's office? Read More
The lawyer will hear you out, and then once you have employed him will do all the paper work, so that you can get a divorce. Read More
As a lawyer, no. In the related field of law, including assisting the lawyer, yes. Read More
lawyers work in a court or in an office with lots of different people lawyer Read More
It depends on what kind of lawyer they are and a barrister is the same as a lawyer. Read More
Yes, in the sense that there are people that kill for money discreetly - however in the sense stated in the game, it's unlikely, seeing as it's a work of fiction. Read More
When a lawyer is removed from the bar it means that they are no longer able to practice as a lawyer. Being removed from the bar, or disbarred, means that a lawyer is effectively unable to work. Read More
A private practice lawyer is a self-employed lawyer. They usually work in a law firm, and deal with things like accidents. Read More
depends on kind of lawyer, quality, and amount of time theyve worked Read More
they do work Read More
well you would go to a law firm or your house if you were a self employed lawyer Read More
Adams was a lawyer by profession but I do not think he did any legal work after he was President. Read More
There are numerous disadvantages to being a lawyer. Lawyers work long hours, the amount of money and school it takes to become a lawyer, and examinations and fees. Read More
fool for a client this will depend on the judge most likely. He might see it as a ploy to allow yourself to 'flap your jaws"--pardon the expression. He or she may require the lawyer do all the talking. This is a rare question. I've never seen it come up in 35 years. frequently, in a criminal case, a defendant may ask to represent himself (probably to reaffirm the adage that "he who acts as… Read More
no it does not Read More
office, courtroom Read More
Which work group has the responsibility of demonstrating to a jury that a defendant is guilty beyond a resonable doubt?
the prosecutor Read More
No. Your plea does not give your lawyer anything to work with. It simply denies your guilt. If you enter a guilty plea, your case will end and you will be sentenced. If you are charged with a crime, you should consult with a lawyer before your arraignment. Read More
The cost of a real estate lawyer will vary greatly depending on what your particular lawyer charges. I, for example, work in a real estate law firm. Our main lawyer there charges $235 an hour. Read More
What is the difference between an auto accident lawyer and an injury lawyer when it comes to an auto accident at work?
An auto accident lawyer works on cases involving car accidents. An injury lawyer works on cases pertaining to personal injury. Read More