(a) A lawyer should render at least two percent per year of the lawyer’s professional time to pro bono publico legal services. Pro bono publico services include poverty law, civil rights law, public interest law, and volunteer activities designed to increase the availability of pro bono legal services.
Matthew Lane Kreitzer's answer You should, under no circumstances, remove her property from the home until after going through proper eviction procedures. You should locate a landlord/tenant attorney in your local area to discuss what notices have to be given and what length of time you need to wait before eviction proceedings.
Gary D. Godman's answer You're right that 46.2-300 holds those potential sentences for a first offense. While it may be unlikely that someone with a good record won't receive any jail time, it is indeed up to the judge's discretion if you are found guilty. Sometimes a judge may reduce the charge to failing to have a license in possession if the driver has restored the license before the court date - I believe the fine for that is only $10. You may wish to consult with a traffic attorney familiar with the...
Gary D. Godman's answer He would get a credit for the amount that is paid for the child's benefit, but with other sources of income, the guideline child support might be higher than his credit for the child's derivative Social Security benefit. Consult with a family law attorney to help run potential guidelines, or contact the VA Division of Child Support Enforcement at 800-468-8894.
Gary D. Godman's answer You really need to 1) be fully honest when filling out Form N-400 and 2) consult with an immigration attorney to help make sure whether your specific conviction and the timing of it is going to bar you from naturalizing. Based on the description, it sounds like you're still eligible, but since we don't have all the facts here, it's impossible to say for sure. Best to consult with an attorney for your own peace of mind.
Gary D. Godman's answer It's going to depend on the type of case, expected duration of the case, and the particular expertise of the lawyer. Generally, in Northern Virginia, you're probably looking at $300 to $600 per hour, but it's impossible to nail it down for you. Call around! Search the web for attorneys in your area that work in the practice area you need, call the office, and ask for an estimate. It can be difficult for attorneys to give a good estimate based only on an initial phone call, but it could at...
Robert Jason De Groot's answer In order to sue for wrongful death, there basically must be someone with a lot of money to go after. Otherwise, there is no sense in getting a judgment against someone who is indigent.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer You have not provided enough facts for a solid answer. It appears that you are asking whether something can be done which has actually already occurred. That is not the right question. The right question is what can be done at this stage, and the answer to that depends upon the facts. One important thing is who is on the title to the vehicle.
Robert Jason De Groot's answer Here is a link which will help you learn more about the law and what you are facing here. http://www.ageofconsent.us/state-laws/virginia-age-of-consent-laws/
You need to go see a private criminal defense attorney about this. Do not post anything on the internet and do not talk with anyone else about this at all. In this post you have incriminated yourself for a very serious crime. What, you didn't know this? Justia is a public forum and it is not confidential at all, a private attorney...
Susan Fremit's answer I depends on the age of the case and the court level (General District or Circuit court. You can go to the courthouse where the person who was convicted and speak to a clerk. Or you can try the VA courts website.
Susan Fremit's answer It sounds like you may have an argument for abandonment. You need to speak to an estate attorney or a civil attorney since you are seeking compensation for storage. Click on "find a lawyer" for direct assistance.
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