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  1. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    Again you are misstating what I said. I said that white people were more predisposed to think him guilty because he's black, not that they'd think him guilty solely because he's black. And no, I'm...
  2. Traffic Accidents: Re: Settlement Hold Harmless Agreement vs. Trial

    No, the judgment from a trial will not have any such statement. Why? Because once the trial is done and the judgment entered, whatever the judgment amount is will be all that the plaintiff will ever...
  3. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    But I wasn't speaking of the race situation today. I was speaking of the race situation 25 years ago, which is when the OJ criminal trial took place. Though, sadly, this country hasn't improved on...
  4. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    No, but you implied that his time as a witness somehow makes him an expert in doing that. He is no expert in that.



    A good expert witness does not need to be counseled much on what to say on...
  5. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    He does not have more experience in trying personal injury cases than I do. He doesn't try cases at all. He is an accomplished doctor and he's an experienced expert witness. He knows far more about...
  6. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    I claim no such thing. All I know about the cases you've been involved with is what you have chosen to share. You'll know the details of what occurred in your cases better than I. Based on things...
  7. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    That's not an accurate summary of what I said.



    Most lawyers will not counsel their clients to lie on the stand. Doing that, if it gets revealed, is a fast ticket to suspension or disbarment....
  8. Re: Speeding Ticket in a School Zone with Questionable Acts Throughout

    Contest the ticket. Hire an attorney if you want your best shot at winning. You might be able to win without an attorney, too, but you'll need to organize your evidence well and be able to...
  9. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    The insurance company does represent the driver, within the confines of the agreement the insurance has with the insured. In short, if the insured wants the benefits of the representation, he or she...
  10. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    A personal injury lawyer is simply a civil litigation lawyer who concentrates his/her practice in handling personal injury lawsuits. It may help to understand that it is the driver who is liable to...
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    Child Care: Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

    Your ex can't stop you from providing driver's ed on your time or prevent you from riding along with her for the driving experience the kid needs while on your time. If the state will accept a...
  12. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    Correct, if you reach a settlement with the guy's insurance company prior to filing suit the terms of the settlement will preclude you from filing a lawsuit against him. And if you settle after the...
  13. Re: Inherited IRA ,incorrect Distributions

    The distributions that were never reported on tax returns are required to be reported by the beneficiaries. So the three of you should amend your returns to correct that oversight. That's what the...
  14. Re: Non Custodial Took My Son to Get Driver's Permit Without My Permission nor Knowle

    That problem is not just limited to kids. I was hit from behind in stop and go traffic about a year ago by a middle age woman who decided to look at her cell phone while traffic was stopped for a few...
  15. Fences and Walls: Re: Does a Survey Trump Adverse Possession with Land Around Shared Fence

    You may take out the old fence and put up the new one on the property line if you wish, but you do so knowing that the neighbor might then file in court to quiet title and assert that the contested...
  16. Re: Inherited IRA ,incorrect Distributions

    Since the IRA had named beneficiaries it passed to those beneficiaries the moment he died. Thus distributions from the IRA after his death should have gone to the beneficiaries rather than to your...
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    Child Care: Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

    Correct. But the Washington law and regulations do not specify whether "custodial parent" means a parent with legal custody or a parent with primary physical custody, and if it is legal custody...
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    Child Care: Re: Limiting Child's Abilities

    You are asking the other parent to sign the kid up for driver's ed and then presumably take the time to do the supervised driving that the kid needs to get a license. So aside from the cost of the...
  19. Easement Use and Enforcement: Re: Security Cameras on Private Property

    And it is also illegal under federal law, too.
  20. Copyright Law: Re: Using Artist Name/Song Title in Movie Dialogue

    The law draws the line as to the rights copyright holders have. And in general a simple reference to a work, like mentioning a song title in a story, isn't going to infringe on the copyright.
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    Trusts: Re: Use of Revocable Living Trusts

    What do you mean by "standard" form? That's a pretty vague description of whatever it is that you were looking at. Few if any states have statutory forms for revocable living trusts. It may be that...
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    Hiring: Re: Further Assurances

    That's a great example of poor legal drafting using overly stuffy legalistic language in an agreement. I write contracts for clients in plain English with the idea that the business people actually...
  23. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    Certainly the level of skill varies from one attorney to the next. And depending on the exact charges against the defendant and where in Viriginia this took place there may not have been a...
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    Trusts: Re: Inheriting a Home Through a Trust

    You left out one important thing. Does the trust give the home to Person B? The trustee is simply the person who manages the trust and carries out the trust instructions. The beneficiaries of the...
  25. Re: What Are My Chances of Winning a Lawsuit in This Case

    As I said before, it is very common that witnesses are not allowed in the courtroom to watch the trial prior to testifying. It would have been up to the prosecuting attorney or officer prosecuting...
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