Legal Advice for Government Misconduct — 7 results
Written by attorney June Yang Cutter, 11 months ago.
Speaking from experience, there are a lot of hoops to jump through before you can sue the Federal government. Simply put, you cannot even sue the government unless the government says you... more
Written by attorney John Winer, 4 months ago.
A. When Is a Public Entity Liable Generally. In most circumstances a government entity can be sued for the acts of its employees just as if the negligent or intentional misconduct had been... more
Written by attorney John Lloyd, about 1 year ago.
In April of 2009, Alonzo King was arrested in Maryland after he threatened a group of people with a shotgun and was later charged with a couple of counts of assault. Pursuant to a Maryland... more
Written by attorney Matthew Krupnick, about 2 years ago.
While for most attorneys and people interested in attorneys, they always want the best litigator, the truth is, litigation is not for everyone. Especially in this day and age; you need to... more
Written by attorney Timothy R. Miley, 11 months ago.
Family members may file a wrongful death lawsuit or claim after a loved one dies as a result of another persons negligence. An example would be a drunk driver in a traffic accident or a... more
Written by attorney Michael Rubinstein, 10 months ago.
Broken, cracked, and uneven sidewalks. Here are some tips to help you with a problem we've all experienced. THE PROBLEM It’s a recurring problem, faced by hundreds of people each day... more
Written by attorney James Mackler, about 1 year ago.
This guide by an experienced Civilian Military Criminal Defense Attorney and Former JAG describes the Army administrative separation process for enlisted Servicemembers. The basic concepts... more