What do you do when your attorney who is representing you on drug charges get arrested for drugs himself?
Get your hearing postponed until after his trial and if he goes free, hire the lawyer he used.
as the saying goes "Only a fool will hire himself as an attorney"! No, you cannot get attorney 's fees unless you are a licenced attorney representing a client other than your self!!!
He wasn't, he killed himself before he was arrested
My friend took the fall 4 breaking mailboxes and incriminated himself b4 his rights were read after incriminating himself he was arrested crimnal mischif and read his rights. can we use the 5th here?
Probably not. He answered and confessed during the investigation. You should discuss the matter with an attorney. Additional: Miranda only applies AFTER you have been arrested.
A friend in university got in a fight and used brass knuckles against the person later police talked to him and let him go They said he may get a court date its his first offense What should he do?
Actually quite an unbelievable story! (in the US) the use of brass knuckles in an assault (even if the victim was defending himself) is a felony offense and he should have been arrested out of hand. The fact that he was not arrested is a bonus for him, but he should retain an attorney ASAP, because the potential charges against him could be quite serious.
Well exactly how close are these best friends? Who is the BF Attorney representing? I mean really would you honestly feel comfotable with this situation??? Yes it is a conflict of interest and the best friend attorney shpould excuse himself from the case due to a conflict of interest.
What is a land attorney guilty of for representing us for 5 years and it turns out the claim had been time extinguished 9 years ago?
If the attorney did not tell you the claim had been extinguished it sounds like unethical conduct and perhaps business fraud. However, there might be a reasonable explanation so it is not possible to say for certain. You should consider filing a complaint with the Bar Association, if not with the attorney himself.
Not unless that disposition was provided by the testator in the will. You can visit the court where the will was filed and ask for the case file. You can then check the will and review all the other documents in the file. If you have questions ask to speak with the attorney who is representing the estate.
The cast of Hells Angels Forever - 1983 includes: Sandy Alexander as himself Ray Archuleta as Himself - Defense Attorney Sonny Barger as Himself - Hells Angels President Bo Diddley as himself Jerry Garcia as himself Herman Graber as Himself - Defense Attorney Willie Nelson as himself Morgan Paull as Narrator Stanley Siegel as Himself - Defense Attorney Hurricane Vinny as himself
Jim Morrison was arrested in New Haven Dec 9, 1967 at the New Haven Arena for giving an indecent performance and March 1, 1969 at the Dinner Key Auditorium and five days after the show charges were filed against Morrison for lewd and lascivious behavior (a felony), and misdemeanor charges of indecent exposure (despite the fact that no pictures of Morrison exposing himself have ever been produced), public profanity and public drunkenness.
No he got arrested
In most cases, an attorney can represent his own wife. There are some times when the attorney will have to rescue himself but it will depend upon the judge of the case.
Yes, he kills himself with a dagger to avoid being arrested for the murder of his wife Desdemona
the one where tobias tapes himself
The cast of Crude - 2009 includes: Adolfo Callejas as himself Rafael Correa as Himself - President of Ecuador Ebergeldo Criollo as himself Lupita De Heredia as Herself - Amazon Defense Fund Steve Donziger as Himself - Attorney Maria Garafalo as Herself - San Carlos Resident Diego Larrea as Himself - Attorney Sara McMillen as Herself - Chevron Alejandro Ponce as Himself - Attorney Ricardo Reis Veiga as Himself - Chevron Trudie Styler as herself… Read More
The cast of Supreme Court Oral Arguments - 2000 includes: Samuel Alito as Himself - Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as Herself - Justice David Boies as Himself - Attorney for Respondent Walter Dellinger as Himself - Attorney for Petitioners Alan Gura as Himself - Attorney for Respondent Ted Olson as himself John Paul Stevens as Himself - Justice William Rehnquist as Himself - Chief Justice of the United States Antonin Scalia as Himself - Justice
He was never actually arrested as he voluntarily handed himself over the police, on February 8th 2011.
Geoffrey Fieger has: Played Himself - Turner Family Attorney in "Good Morning America" in 1975. Played himself in "Everyman" in 1977. Played himself in "Talked to Death" in 1997. Played himself in "Power of Attorney" in 2000. Played himself in "Right to Exit" in 2004.
If not, Then the law should be changed. And Obama should be arrested for spending so much money on himself and his family.
A corporate attorney is on the permanent payroll of just one company and concerns himself only with the legal wellbeing of that company.
The cast of You Have the Right to an Attorney - 2011 includes: Matthew Caldwell as himself
Generally anyone (an attorney or not) can act as their own counsel in a lawsuit (although this might vary by jurisdiction). However, as the saying goes, an attorney who represents himself has a fool for a client.
The Fifth Amendment says that, "No person . . . shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself". This is the definition of a comfession. The Miranda Doctrine upholds the Fifth Amendment by preventing a forced confession unless the arrested person is read their Miranda rights , which basically say that he does not have to give any information against himself unless his attorney is present, that the court will… Read More
The President is not representing himself when he gives such orders; he is representing the Office of the Presidency. Even when the individual is no longer in office, the U.S. Presidency continues.
David Boies has: Played Himself - Attorney (segment "The Man Who Knew") in "60 Minutes" in 1968. Played Himself - Guest in "The Charlie Rose Show" in 1991. Played Himself - Attorney for Respondent in "Supreme Court Oral Arguments" in 2000. Played himself in "Election 2000" in 2001. Played himself in "The Colbert Report" in 2005. Played Himself - Attorney in "CNN Election Center" in 2008. Played himself in "Piers Morgan Tonight" in 2011. Played… Read More
The cast of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony - 1995 includes: Zoe Bonham as Herself - Representing John Bonham Jason Bonham as Himself - Representing John Bonham Jimmy Page as himself John Paul Jones as himself Joe Perry as Himself - Presenter Robert Plant as himself Steven Tyler as Himself - Presenter Neil Young as Himself - Inductee Led Zeppelin as Themselves - Inductees
Alberto Gonzales has: Played himself in "Face the Nation" in 1954. Played Himself - U.S. Attorney General in "ABC News Nightline" in 1980. Played himself in "This Week" in 1996. Played himself in "Special Report with Brit Hume" in 1996. Played Himself - Former U.S. Attorney General in "Fox and Friends" in 1998. Played Himself (segment "Spreading the Sheet") in "Cavuto on Business" in 2000. Played Himself - Former U.S. Atty Gen. in "Lou Dobbs… Read More
He had several and one even lived to tell his tale. Early defense attorney Ronald Hughes disappeared after crossing Manson in court. After that his attorney was Irving Kanarek who informed the court that Manson could defend himself, although as an attorney I'm sure he was reluctant to let Manson represent himself in such a high profile, death penalty case.
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he went to jail on murder charges but i don't think he killed himself, that's probably just a rumor
Joseph Tacopina has: Played Himself - Attorney (segment "The Case of Alex Rodriguez") in "60 Minutes" in 1968. Played himself in "Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith" in 2005. Played himself in "A Lawyer Walks Into a Bar..." in 2007. Played himself in "The Joy Behar Show" in 2009. Played Himself - Defense Attorney in "Hannity" in 2009. Played himself in "America Live" in 2010.
He killed himself at the end of war.
If a person is honestly representing themselves (pro se) they are afforded all the same privileges and opportunity that an attorney would have. The question is, will they know how to apply the law and use it properly? Most judges will discourage defendants from representing themselves, because if they do represent themself, and lose the case, it opens an almost automatic avenue of appeal ... that they were represented by "incompetent counsel" and ties the… Read More
Jose Baez has: Played himself in "Entertainment Tonight" in 1981. Played himself in "Dateline NBC" in 1992. Played Himself - Attorney in "Fox and Friends" in 1998. Played himself in "Studio B" in 2002. Played Himself - Attorney in "Dr. Phil" in 2002. Played himself in "At Large with Geraldo Rivera" in 2003. Played Mark in "Slovencide" in 2010. Played himself in "Piers Morgan Tonight" in 2011. Played himself in "Defending Casey Anthony" in 2012.
If a defendant is not allowed to hear the charges against himself which amendment has been violated?
Which amendment guarantees the right for a person to be informed of the charges against himself or herself?
Kenneth Feinberg has: Played Himself - Attorney (segment "The Go-To Guy") in "60 Minutes" in 1968. Played Himself - Attorney (segment "Mr. Feinberg") in "60 Minutes" in 1968. Played Himself - Guest in "The Charlie Rose Show" in 1991. Played (Himself) in "President Bioethical Commission" in 2011. Played Himself - Guest in "The Lead with Jake Tapper" in 2013.
Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested and charged with JFK's assassination. He (Oswald) was, himself, assassinated two days later by Jack Ruby.
Get an attorney. He'll take you thru the process. Don't try to handle any of it on your own. Remember "the man who represents himself has a fool for an attorney".
The office of the attorney general can be reached via phone at 202-514-2001. This will almost certainly not get you directly to the AG himself, but to one of his staff.
The cast of Caught on Camera - 2008 includes: Fred Abdalla as Himself - Jefferson County Sheriff Contessa Brewer as Herself - Host Joseph Caramagno as Himself - Attorney Antonio Clifford as Himself - Defendent John David Bridges as Himself - Sucked into a Jet Intake Roger Freeze as Himself - Utah Deputy Steve Haney as Himself - Utah Deputy Jane Hanlin as Herself - Assistant Prosecutor Matthew Harding as himself Tustin Mains as Himself… Read More
Jesus felt that He was praying by Himself. He was with a few of His apostles but He asked them to stay back and He went to pray by himself. Then when He returned to His apostles He found them sleeping. So, He was praying by himself.
You can be charged with anything. Once you are charged, and the evidence is examined, if it is found to not be real, likely as not the prosecutor will drop charges rather than humiliate himself by continuing prosecution. If however he does not, your defense attorney should be able to handle the acquittal, and perhaps represent you in your wrongful prosecution case.
Stanley was happy because he got arrested and for getting arrested he has a friend and he lkes himself now........
Generally speaking, a lawyer may not represent both sides of a dispute. In the event that two clients on retainer came into conflict, the attorney would normally be obligated to recuse himself from the case. Consult the Bar Association in your State/Province for the exact policy regarding conflicts of interest.
NO! A power of attorney can only manage an individuals finances for the benefit of the person the power of attorney is on. An agent (as what a power of attorney is called) may in no way comingle funds of the person they are a power of attorney for with their own funds. A power of attorney can not use the money for themselves. If this is done they can be ordered by the court… Read More
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Of course not, that would be a breach of their fiduciary duties.