Arthur Calderon's answer Unfortunately, given the nature of capital murder cases, you may be hard-pressed to find an attorney for less than $50,000.00-$100,000.00, depending on the complexity of the case. The reason for that being that under the defense of capital murder guidelines, the attorney most gather a capital defense team that includes a psychologist, mitigation specialist, and an investigator. Employing each one of those persons means extra money on top of the amount for the attorney, so that overall dollar...
Arthur Calderon's answer Feel free to reach out to any attorney on here by clicking their name. Some attorneys and firms, mine included, are willing to work with people on payments plans for services; however, the overall amount will always depend on the type and facts of the underlying case.
Arthur Calderon's answer It really depends on the circumstances. I would highly recommend that you contact a criminal defense attorney to discuss further, especially concerning the facts and circumstances, so that you can be advised accordingly.
Arthur Calderon's answer It really depends on a few factors, such as the person's age at the time of the crime, as well as what the actual crime was. Even though, if the record cannot be expunged, there are other methods to at least lessen the blow of a potential employer seeing it on a person's record. His best bet will be to consult with another attorney to at least see what his options are.
Peter Munsing's answer Assuming you aren't injured, take the position it's on her. If cited plead not guilty. Even if she had a blinker on or off, the real problem here is that you apparently were pulling onto the highway from an exit (not clear from the above), and if you were any traffic on the highway tends to be given the right of way, which is probably why the cop tagged you. Nonetheless, it sounds like she was changing to the right lane from the middle, so you have a good argument to make she should have seen...
Arthur Calderon's answer I would highly recommend that you reach out to a personal injury/medical malpractice as soon as you are able, as there is a time element involved in this. Whether or not you have a case depends on several factors. Regardless, feel free to reach out to any attorney on this forum by clicking the attorney's name.
Osarumwense Iyamu's answer The general rule is that persons applying for adjustment of status in the United States must maintain their immigration status at the time of filing such application. However, there are exceptions to this rule. This means there are situations where non-US citizens are eligible to file for adjustment of status despite the fact that they are out of status. Spouses of United States citizen fall within the exception. If you're trying to file this application on your own without understanding the...
Arthur Calderon's answer The typical consequence is some form of monetary damages; however, the amount for recovery is dependent on several factors, such as the damage to reputation, how many times the slander occurred, etc.
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