What would happen if the defense attorney was more limited or less limited?
Both would affect the evidence and testimony allowed at the trial and both would affect the outcome.
Yes. But, the defense attorney would have to remove him/her self as the defense attorney Read More
A special prosecutor would be appointed. It is normally a prosecutor from a neighboring area, or an experienced defense attorney. Read More
The agent may be serving under a Limited Power of Attorney. The agent would be called the attorney-in-fact under that POA. Read More
A limited power of attorney is usually used for a specific person. One example would be when they want someone to sell a house for them. It would only allow them to sell the house and not do anything else. Read More
From the government side it would be the prosecutor. On the other side it would be a a defense attorney. Read More
I once acquired a defense attorney. He got a $5000.00 retainer which covered everything but a jury trial. If the case would have gone to trial it would have been an additional $1000.00 per trial day. So per hour could be variable. Read More
Every practicing attorney is "An Officer of The Court" but - that being said - they are bound by the ethics of their profession to give the best defense of their client that is possible. If the defense believes that it may become known that they are in possession of knowledge of evidence pertinent to the offense, they probably would. Read More
Breaking someone's nose can certainly be termed as common assault. Self defense would be a defense to that charge. The jury would decide if self defense was justified. You should certainly consult an attorney. Read More
The defense attorney would help a person accused of a crime or in a civil case. Read More
You must have passed the bar in your state, and while not required, it would help if you had some amount of experience with assisting a criminal defense attorney first. Read More
When an attorney cross-examines a person who say they seen a crime that have already been of the attorney is?
If the witness has already testified that they have seen the crime occur, and it is now time for cross examination, then it would be being conducted by the attorney defending the person charged with the crime (the defense attorney). Read More
Not necessarily. If the POA is of a limited duration, it may expire. However, a Durable POA that is not of a limited nature would continue to be effective. Read More
Scientists contend that no two snowflakes are identical, but can they prove it? The defense attorney contended that his client was insane. Read More
I have never heard of this happening, but should that happen, it would be the duty of the prosecution or defense attorney to call it to the judge's attention immediately. If that should fail, there are enough people present, including the skipped juror, to say something. It would be extremely rare that all of these circumstances for such an omission would come into play. Read More
LTD represents the term limited. It means that the attorney is incorporated. In the US you would see PLLC or PC. That means Personal Limited Liability Corporation or Personal Corporation. Read More
Yes, except for a very limited selection of family law cases. However, the attorney will wish death on you, and it would behoove you to use another attorney in the future Read More
What would happen if the US effectively limited both legal and illegal immigration from Latin American countries?
Just that, legal and illegal Latin immigration would be effectively limited. Read More
If your partners mother got power of attorney to open a bank ac to deal with a matter in sa would that be legally binding in the UK and would she have any hold over our house in UK in both your names?
It would depend on the wording of the power of attorney. In such cases, a limited power of attorney should have been granted, specifically restricted to opening a bank account. Read More
St of tn if prim parent has be charged with child abuse can the non cost parent be charged with emot neglect if he has caused the stress and fefuses to see the child?
This decision would be up to the district attorney and/or child protective services. I doubt it would ever happen. Lack of involvement by the absent parent is not a defense to child abuse. Read More
They'd all die Read More
It depends on what type of an attorney. For example, a criminal defense attorney would meet with the defendant to discuss the facts and relevant law. Then he/she would investigate the case. The attorney would make any necessary motions by performing the necessary research, filing the necessary paperwork, and then having a hearing before the judge. The attorney would prepare the case for trial, handling any administrative issues that come up, and prepare the client… Read More
There are many ways to find a defense attorney; for example, advertisements in newspapers, telephone directories, and special directories published by the lawyers. The problems with these is that they are all paid advertising. Perhaps wiser would be to consult a legal adviser or to ask friends or relatives who may have personal experience with one. Read More
That would appear to be both forgery and check fraud. I would hope you are saving money for a criminal defense attorney. Read More
The actual plea would have to be "Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity." The job for the defense attorney would have to be to prove the claim of "derealization" as sufficient enough to qualify under that plea. Read More
Probably could, but the defense attorney would be foolish to do so since waiving indictment would be tantamount to pleading you guilty of the offense. Read More
Unless the witness told the lie from the witness stand during trial while under oath (which would be perjury), nothing would happen. It is not against the law to lie to an attorney - UNLESS - the attorney was appointed to fulfill some judicial or court function such as Arbitration or Mediation. In that case the attorney would be acting in the courts stead, and false testimony/statements would be considered the same as lying to… Read More
If a plantiff is physically impaired and under the influence of narcotics should he be deposed at that time?
I would think not. BEcause if I was a defense attorney and found out someone was under the influence while being deposed, I could probably get the testimony thrown out, therefore, making this effort in vain. You cannot possibly tell the correct truth while intoxicated. You might forget details or get the chain of events incorrect, ANYTHING could happen, but in the end, it would be wrought with errors and easily discharged by a good… Read More
If one is charged with a DUI the type of lawyer that would be best suited for the defense is a DUI Attorney. These lawyers are specially trained to deal specifically with DUI offenses. Read More
I know many defense attorneys so wonder how much they make. I thought it would be rude so i told my 9 year old son to ask. He said $996,436 was his last income per year. Read More
A person would need a good DUI defense attorney, otherwise you will be losing your driver's license quickly. A person might also need some AA meetings. Read More
If you're being accused of a crime, you mention the circumstance to your defense attorney. The defense attorney would bring it up in court, and appropriate measures would be taken to correct the error. If you were not arrested and/or charged, then you may file a complaint with the department or contact an authoritative figure who's employed by the city (like the mayor or a city councilman). If you give details over the exact circumstance… Read More
Hiring an attorney would be your best option. If you have TVC Pro Driver, they can save you up to 25% of the cost. Read More
Police would consider it self defense so basically nothing would happen to you he /she was atacking you or you'd go to jail :) Read More
Whether or not to hire an attorney is a question that only you can answer. You'll need to consider your financial situation, whether you qualify for appointed counsel, what kind of defense you would like to raise and how you hope to resolve your case. Personally, I would never recommend forgoing an attorney when charged with a crime, especially a felony. However, this is my opinion. Read More
Probably the tiger. tigers have sharp teeth Should this scenario happen the would win, because of their powerful bite and strong defense. Read More
The state is the one that prosecutes'all the involvement is the state. District attorney represents the state in court cases the attorney General in all cases the district attorneys are his subordinates.If i was to bring a lawsuit against you i would be the plaintiff you would be defendant if it were criminal the district attorney would help prosecute you he would also be repesenting the state so to speak.His job is simply to convict… Read More
Without goblet cells, the body would not create mucus. Without mucus, the body would lack a significant defense against infection. Read More
Not enough is known of the situation to comment. If a judge signed the warrant it WAS legal, and it would be up to your defense attorney to question its validity. Read More
The permission to write checks on an account depends on whether the power of attorney (PoA) is general or limited. The general PoA allows the holder to do practically anything the grantor can legally do. A limited PoA would have to stipulate that writing checks on the grantor's account is permitted. If the PoA allows it, and writing a check to yourself is not prohibited by the bank policy, the answer is YES. Read More
That's a very difficult question to answer because it depends on various things. In general, you can't legally discharge a handgun except in the following circumstances: you are at a shooting range or some other location where it isn't illegal to shoot a gun (on your own property outside the city limits, or while hunting, for instance) or if you are firing at another person or animal in self defense. The situations where it would… Read More
i don't think sp because his dead and who would show for his defense or appeal __________ This might be a long shot, but if you were found not guilty because it was self defense you might try to file a civil action against this guy's estate for whatever damages you claim to have. Call an attorney. All he can say is no! Read More
There would probably be limited water use across the land (i.e. no watering plants, no filling up pools, etc.). Read More
The quills area porcupine's best defense. If a porcupine did not have any quills, it may not be able to defend itself. Read More
That will depend on the agreement you have with the attorney. You would have signed a fee letter at the beginning at the start of the suit. It is usually limited to one third of the award amount. Read More
Have your attorney file a petition with court asking for a bail reduction. The court would either deny the petition or schedule a hearing on the matter. If a hearing is held after hearing arguments from the prosecution and the defense attorney, the court will rule whether the bail bond amount will be reduced. Read More
What would happen when a government that controls a certain commodity distribution through limited licenses now frees its quotas and allows free market entry?
Price would decrease Read More
Can a judge and a district attorney try to coerce a defendant in taking a plea bargain by threats of maximum sentencing?
The district attorney can certainly make an offer and say take the plea bargain or we will ask for the maximum sentence. He must feel the state has decent case, or that your attorney isn't going to be effective in your defense. Correction: While the district attorney may think that the defense attorney will not do a good job, it would be improper for him to base a sentencing recomendaton on that conclusion. A judge… Read More
Hire a good defense attorney. If it is your first contact with the system and it's ag assault they may remand it to a misdemeanor or give you ARD which would require you to go to anger management classes. Read More
Precedent reflects past cases that have been decided on, usually by the Federal or State Supreme Courts, whose decisions reflect some similarity to the defenses case. Based on the decision made the defense attorney can argue that the same decision applies to his/her case. Read More
If a person is not guilty of a crime they are charged with why would an attorney suggest taking a first offenders plea?
I understand that you are claiming to be not guilty, but, for one reason or anoher, the circumstantial facts and evidence may be so overwhelmingly against you that the attorney does not believe that they can mount a successful defense. On the other hand, you may simply have an over-worked, or sub-standard attorney, and perhaps you should consult with another lawyer to get another opinion. Read More