Legal Advice for Court Appointed Counsel — 6 results
Written by attorney James Hayslett, almost 2 years ago.
Criminal Defense Attorney Kevin Hayslett explains why hiring a lawyer could save you thousands of dollars and years of heartache in the long run.http://www.carlsonmeissner.com/practice-... more
Written by attorney Seth J. Bloom, almost 3 years ago.
Criminal Defense Attorney, Seth Bloom of Bloom Legal LLC in New Orleans, LA answers questions from internet users:"Can I request a new lawyer if I don't think my case is being handled... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, over 1 year ago.
Do you want to learn about the difference between a retainer and a retainer agreement. Join business and personal law attorney Peter J. Lamont as he explains the difference.
Written by attorney F. Powers, over 1 year ago.
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Sometimes people don't have, I guess, an understanding of how the courts work, and who is there to do... more
Written by attorney Patrick Sampair, about 3 years ago.
Will the court appoint an attorney to represent my children in the divorce? If so, who pays that attorney?
Written by attorney Michael Kraut, about 4 years ago.
The United States Supreme Court refused to allow law enforcement unfettered time to question a suspect without offering the person legal counsel.