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Miracle Jackson

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  • Take daughter and move out of state

    my husband and I are married we have a 7 year old daughter. I want to move back to my home state where i have family. I currently live in georgia and want to move to california. my husband has a history of domestic violence. we have no ties to thi...

    Miracle’s Answer

    First, if you believe that your safety is in danger, I strongly recommend getting a Temporary Protective Order against your husband. Also, you may want to consult with an attorney in your area about getting a divorce. An attorney can help you decide which course of action to take in your situation. I'm sure you can find a family law attorney in either Warner Robins or Macon. If not, my office is located in Atlanta and I would be willing to help. Our website is www.jacksonsteed.com.

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  • How can i get a pro bono attroney for someone in the feds for conspiracy with life without parole?

    i know someone in the feds he was under the code of silence, he was given a charge for conspiracy with life without parole, during this time there were the tainted dna cases over 3000 that were made public i think his is one that did , if you can ...

    Miracle’s Answer

    You may want to check with organizations in your area to see if any attorneys are willing to do pro bono appellate work. I would first start with the New Hampshire Bar Association. This may be a difficult task seeing as though appeals are very complex and time consuming. Most attorneys do not do this sort of work pro bono.

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  • I'm wondering if there are ANY criminal defense attorney's who do work on a "pro-bono" basis or possibly a reduced rate or ???

    I'm wondering if there are ANY criminal defense attorney's who do work on a "pro-bono" basis or possibly a reduced rate or if there might be a way to arrange a manageable payment plan??? I realise now, that there is no such thing as "Justice" ...

    Miracle’s Answer

    You may try contacting your local public defender's office. They are court-appointed and their services are free. Most criminal attorneys not associated with the public defender's office do not take cases pro bono.

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