My ex withheld disclosure of real estate even though my original attorney had sent interrogatories to him. He did not answer them and my attorney took me to mediation without pressing for full disclosure. I was unaware that full disclosure had not been given. When I discovered the error and... View More
The court appointed attorney for defendant was not present during the felony preliminary hearing. Due to death of mother apparently. Another attorney was sent from same district. Defendant was not allowed to speak with attorney who was present prior to or after proceedings. Original court appointed... View More
It is not illegal although it may be ineffective assistance of counsel. Ask your attorney to meet, get all the details and then make a motion to have another preliminary/probable cause hearing before the grand jury indicts.
This would include my biweekly paychecks, current bank account, car insurance, and vehicle. I have not been sued yet, but anticipate it happening in the next 3 years. Would it be legal for me to transfer all these assets, to get them out of my name, prior to any lawsuit being filed?
This sounds like fraudulent conveyances. I believe you can be sued for doing this with the knowledge that you are likely to be sued. I would consult an attorney who can analyze all the facts of your particular situation.
Can I sue this local lawyer for unprofessional conduct he provided a note pad paper scribble on it call it a contract took 1400 dollars for my injury case promised he move it did not an did not even announce are sign into my case showing he was my lawyer at all an I the client had to catch the... View More
You need to have an independent attorney review your case and determine how to proceed. Whether you can sue the first lawyer will depend largely on whether you have actual damages from his handling of your case.
Nunn was a slam dunk EED. Scoville squandered all Nunns and his assets and suicide by eating a bullet because of his poor representation of Nunn et al was coming back on appeals and was his only out. Now Nunn has done
@ enough time for an EED and at 70 his heart condition will just about... View More
And got rid of it all. I had over $75,000 worth of everything I owned and bought over the past 23 years. I was not notified what so ever, I found out a week later when I drove there to get a few things out I needed and nothing was there anymore.. What can I do about it because that building was... View More
My ex-husband Lawyer worked for our current judge like staff attorney. What do ethical rules say? Because when a lawyer works for a judge like stuff attorney they develop a personal relationship and in such a situation the judge cannot be impartial. And I have some doubts about the impartiality... View More
There is not necessarily a direct conflict requiring the lawyer to withdraw or the judge to recuse. There may be the appearance of impropriety, but unless the lawyer gained knowledge about you or your case while working for the judge, neither will be required to withdraw.
I have a medical malpractice case where the doctor already admitted he screwed up and I also have a civil rights, prosecutorial misconduct and stuff case. I am "known" locally and have not been treated well because my ex from 20 years ago has talked so horribly about me that every... View More
2007, lost his job for failing a drug test. Had a few temp jobs for a few days, decided I could carry it all. I worked 2 jobs, paid everything until I got scared and left in 2012. He applied for disability. Got 20 grand lump and lost his mind. Taking my things, being verbally and emotionally... View More
they have filed fraudulent documents with lies and n devoid of all necessary documents to set support and have extorted me out of over 1,000 of my personal Social Security and Have madenumerous perjured statement to deny me my right
I would think you will have a tough time getting that reheard but it will be up to the judge. I practice in front of judges who are good about putting everything on the record to make sure the plea of guilty is entered freely and voluntarily and without coercion but the decision will be up to the...View More
if your attorney that's representing you for 10 months already take a case for a client that he knows is a witness against you in a criminal case refuse to take your case to trial because of conflict of interest with new client. Attorney tells you that you have to hire new attorney.
Sounds unusual. Check with a local ethics or malpractice lawyer.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to...View More
My attorney took a case for a client that he knew was a witness against me in a criminal case. I was the client first and have paid attorney fees for my case and now my attorney tells me he can't try my case cause he can't put his new client on trial cause he's now a client and told... View More
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is only general information. It is NOT legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is impossible to evaluate a...View More
As a general rule, suit needs to be filed in the state where the events took place or where the defendant lives and if your attorney is not licensed in that state your attorney will need to associate local counsel.
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