I had free consultation with bankruptcy lawyer but ended up hiring a different lawyer. Then the lawyer that I did not hire ended up representing one of my creditors in my court case.
It depends on how the Georgia Bar views the initial consultation. Is it considered sufficient in that jurisdiction to form an attorney-client relationship, or is it at least confidential, and is it waiveable.
Simple question, complicated answers depending on the facts.
Plus, you current lawyer would be the best person to discuss this with.See question
My attorney divulged information to me and my fiancé about another client of hers; she told us all abut her not being paid, the client's personal information....where she lived, her house, where she worked and her intentions of suing her. She wan...
Like Mr. Collins, I think this is something you may want to report to the Bar and let them decide the best way to approach it.
Certainly disclosing information about a client or another client may/may violate the rule of confidentiality.See question
I received a GOMOR and submitted a rebuttal. I had 7 days to respond. I am now awaiting to see if my rebuttal will be considered and awaiting my separation paperwork. The reason was because I was charged with assault and my Command wants to separa...
You should get a written answer which will be a granted or denied statement, nothing else.
As noted, if it wasn't already give you, then will serve the appropriate separation notice.
hi guys so I been thinking about joining the army. I came to the u.s legally, I was 17 and my visa has expired. Im 24 now.
If you started texting someone who told you they were 19, then revealed they were 17 and later sent you an unsolicited nude photo, can you be charged? They are now asking for money and it is believed this is a scam. If the person goes to a lawyer ...
You need to talk to a criminal lawyer.
Yes it's a violation for under 18.
There is a defense under federal law, but there's action you need to take now. Only an experienced criminal lawyer can get you through this.See question
An email was sent to the lawyers from the judge about a pretrial motion scheduling order. It gives us dates until when we should file pretrial motions, respond to pretrial motions, and file replies to the responses. At the end of the email, it is ...
It is what it says. It sets dates by which type of action must be completed.
If there is a risk the attorney cannot comply with that date (usually for circumstances beyond their control or an intervening event), then a best practice is try to get the date changed "for good cause." And to request an extension of time as early as possible.
And your attorney should explain this to you--ask.See question
Can an attorney have a separate AVVO page for each state he's licensed in if he's practicing actively in those states?
The terms of service do not address that. So it seems they can or can not. That's lawyers answer. If it is of concern to you, check with AVVO direct.See question
I filed an appeal with the ABCMR over a year ago and they granted a partial relief. The ABCMR did not explain as to why they only gave me partial backpay but backdated my date of rank from 2014 to 2012. They backdated my date of rank for time that...
It depends on the reasons for the remand. You and your lawyer should study the remand order, anything submitted by the government, and see whether there is a way to make sure the evidence and issues are properly readdressed with the ABCMR.
I joined back in March but the past month after attending pre-basic I decided that it's something I don't want to do with my life. Joining the military was a last min decision for me cause I felt there was nothing else but my heart and mind are ma...
Possibly. It depends on where you are in the process.
Check this out. http://girightshotline.org/See question
Theres an investigstion going on and my name got brought o Up, iv e been out for 6 months now.
It depends on several factors. If the investigation was ongoing when discharged they might claim a fraudulent discharge or administrative error. There has been at least one court of appeals case in which that happened, and the court affirmed the conviction.
DO NOT TALK TO INVESTIGATORS OR ANYONE ELSE ABOUT THE ALLEGATIONS. REMAIN SILENT AND EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO COUNSEL.See question