Yes, it is legal if the judge allows it. Is it ethical? Maybe. That depends on the lawyer's reasons for withdrawing. There was probably a Motion To Withdraw filed by the attorney and a copy of it will be in the court clerk's file. You could request a copy and check to see if the...Read more »
The location on this question is marked "Bixby, Oklahoma" but it is appearing in the forum for attorneys in Texas. If this event did not occur in Texas then please re-post your question in the Oklahoma forum.
The question is marked Criminal Law as well as Personal Injury and...Read more »
This question is marked Criminal Law but nobody sues anyone in criminal court. It is also marked Legal Malpractice which is a cause of action in civil court, but that is for a lawsuit against your own attorney, not the opposing side. As for Civil Rights, a criminal defendant is entitled to...Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, and possibly a Montreal attorney as well if your agreement is governed by Montreal or Canadian law. But your question remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry this happened to you. As a starting point, you may want to first review the terms of the agreement...Read more »
Of course, that depends. If you're the plaintiff, you can simply file a motion to dismiss those defendants. If you're a defendant, you can see if you can get the plaintiff to agree to dismiss you, or do the necessary discovery to allow you to get out with a motion for summary judgment.
Your question does not provide enough detail to fully analyze this situation. The answer depends on whether you have an enforceable non-compete or non-solicitation agreement with your former employer. You should consult an employment attorney in your area for advice.
Every firm as their own criteria of cases they will handle. They may have released his case for any number of reasons. It could be something to do with the case itself or something to do with their internal policies. Oftentimes cases are released because there is no insurance coverage, the client...Read more »
My attorney failed to show the judge I was the owner of property on an eviction case and he didn't show up. My case defaulted I owe the court fees now. He didn't fight for me. He also did nothing in my 2nd court. He failed to show my deed.
August of last year I was in a major car accident in front of a police officer and the carless driver was given a citation while I was taken to the ER. I went to a lawyers office and met with the receptionist who took my statement and got started with therapy right away around December we heard... Read more »
They we are going to send you to this program in Beaumont for 3 months. They told me to turn myself in to the county but let me go home that day for 2 weeks but I would have to turn myself in to county on 6/3/19 and the time I sit in the county jail waiting for a bed to come open doesn't... Read more »
My attorney said we had this divorce won he said I would have the house and car. He said we would be divorced in December but he didn’t get something to the judge in time. My ex was able to file an answer long after the time he was supposed to. Now he has hired an attorney. He if fighting me for... Read more »
Re-read over the contract and fee agreement between yourself and your attorney. Fees, expectations, and so forth should be addressed in there. That said, your attorney has an obligation to keep you informed as to the progression of your case. However, if you feel that your attorney is not acting in...Read more »
Was it just a friendly referral? If the attorney compensates the bondsman for the referral it might be the crime of "Barratry and Solicitation of Professional Employment" see Penal Code 38.12. If that happened then the client can void the contract with the attorney and file a lawsuit to...Read more »
If a person is convicted of a sexually-oriented crime then that person is required under Chapter 62 to register as a sex offender. However, without more information here I can’t make determination as to the length of time you were required to remain registered. Further, their are options...Read more »
Changed structure removed load barring walls, 30 thousand in damages. Her daughter is using my name getting information from tax office changing things. Crooked lawyer changed a document now I have to prove. Not agreeing to pay any of damages multiple problems. Any help
The name a tax office has for the owner of property is not controlling as to who "actually" owns the property. An owner of real property is determined in the Deed records where the property is located.
In the past I have always asked a question about legal matters. All of which were answered with a very vague reply ending with "you should contact an attorney in your area." I understand that people need to make money but, when I don't have any to give...? So, how can I receive a... Read more »
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