The reason I ask is because it seems like it takes a lot of work and several years to graduate and I am also trying to understand if this is the right career path for someone wanting to make enough money.
answered on Dec 7, 2022
A New Mexico attorney could probably answer best, but your question remains open for a week. Most schools that lead to a professional degree will involve considerable effort, whether it's law, nursing, accounting, or other. Maybe the best way to answer your question and make your decision is... Read more »
To be specific I want to know
What should I do after I graduate
What courses to take in college
What are the steps to take after college
answered on Jun 30, 2022
Find something that you are interested in college and do well. Good law schools need good marks, most of the time the undergraduate degree area of study is not as important. If you are interested in a particular subject area (sports, medicine, technology, politics) I am almost certain there is an... Read more »
The vehicle is in my name
answered on Jun 8, 2020
Call the police and report this. It's best that they hear it from you sooner rather than later. You are liable for road tolls, auto accidents, traffic and parking tickets.
I purchase aluminum motorcycle wheel blanks from the largest manufacturer of wheel blanks for the automotive market. I take these wheel blanks and I have a fabrication shop, cut various designs of mine, in the blanks. These blanks are then hand polished and hubs are installed by... Read more »
answered on Dec 14, 2019
It might be more beneficial for you to have a consult with an insurance professional. They would know insurance product line better than an attorney would. Some of the things you could ask about are general liability insurance, premises insurance, and workers' compensation insurance. These... Read more »
I need to send a limited POA to the USA. Will two witness' be enough?
answered on Nov 8, 2015
Do you mean a continuance? By making a motion and having a hearing on the motion prior to the court date, usually.
answered on Sep 12, 2015
This link might help, it was one of the many results from a simple internet search. http://www.dmv.org/nm-new-mexico/other-types.php
I walked out of the University. A police car was outside. Drove by. Then later another pulls up. Says stop. I stop. Asks me what I am doing. Going to meet someone. I had an appointment. Asks for ID. I told him I had an appointment. I need to get going. Police drive car into me. Then throw me on the... Read more »
answered on Sep 9, 2015
You are being prosecuted for making a bomb threat or for concealing identity, resisting arrest and obstruction?
Because you were able to write this, I assume you have been released on bail. Have you retained an attorney (or has one been appointed to represent you)? I see, in what you... Read more »
answered on Aug 28, 2015
You would normally look to local ordinances to find this out. Perhaps there is a state statute which regulates this. Look it up.
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