i lied about something and i need legal advice
i lied in the police report about my husband in a domestic violence case. i said he tried to hit me with something which he never did. now the DA wants hammer him. i need to fix my mistake. i dont know how to do that
You need to provide a few more facts. E.g. employment matter, immigration matter etc.
PS - pro bono is short for pro bono publico which means "for the benefit of the public". In criminal law your "pro bono" attorney is the public defender. In non-criminal matters, lawyers are often willing to give free guidance and analysis for free on sites like Avvo, bu almost never willing to work for free. We have offices to pay for and familiies to support.
Consider the number of pro bono electricians, plumbers, etc. - - - none.
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Employment / Labor Attorney
Please look at the following website. I hope you find something.
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