In a family law case, my attorney promised that the most my sons grandmother would get for visitation was a couple phone calls each year and maybe a visit. My lawyer said she had tried cases before in front of this judge, and based on that, she could safely say my sons grandma would only get... Read more »
answered on Feb 16, 2023
It is not uncommon for some bond terms to legally allow searches that would otherwise be unlawful. You would need to speak with your criminal defense attorney to determine if the search in your particular situation was lawful or not.
We’ve sent written requests for accounting of legal fees and asked in person. I once asked what the typical cost of an estate this size (3M) runs. Initially he said 20-25K, a month later I asked again and he said 40-45K. We’ve received nothing in writing regarding legal fees. I asked why the... Read more »
answered on Jan 6, 2022
Someone likely entered into a fee agreement with the attorney. The fee agreement likely sets forth how often the attorney will send an updated accounting. You should ask and expect the attorney to generally follow the terms of this agreement.
There should be an accounting of fees... Read more »
I am wondering if this is applicable to the court case State v. Grutell (Stanton County) Nebraska. I am a student at Nebraska Wesleyan University curious about this case.
answered on Jan 30, 2020
If you are looking for case law regarding the interaction between Neb. Rev. Stat. 60-6,108 and DUI's in Nebraska, you may want to read State v. Pester, 294 Neb. 995 (2016).
I had suppression hearing and state got continuance 4 days before hearing because one of the witness troopers had vacation? Then blizzard happened day of and before hearing roads were nearly impassable and my witnesses were not able to make hearing and wasn't allowed continuance for them and... Read more »
answered on Apr 17, 2017
You should have had your attorney contact the court and it would have likely be continued.
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