BREAKING NEWS AT SIX. ATTORNEYS FOR RAY TENSING WANT HIS CHARGES DISMISSED -- BECAUSE OF áTHIS COMMENT THAT HAMILTON COUNTY PROSECUTOR JOE DETERS MADE TO NINE ON YOUR SIDE. <"did you consider a lesser charge? well the judge can do that. judge ghiz can do that. she can do that. right before the jury gets the thing. she can add charges to the jury. she can add lesser offenses and i suspect she will. "> THAT WAS ONLY ONE PORTION OF THE NINE ON YOUR SIDE INTERVIEW - AS WE SOUGHT TO GET PERSPECTIVE ON WHAT MAY BE DIFFERENT IN THE TRIAL THIS TIME AROUND. TWO OTHER EMPLOYEES OF THE PROSECUTORS OFFICE SAT IN ON THE ENTIRE INTERVIEW, KEEPING A WATCHFUL EAR. LISTEN TO THE DISCUSSION FOR YOURSELF. "Is there anything you wish you could have done differently. " in retrospect. " "You know, I've looked at the videos of the first trial and,um, yeah there are things I would have done differently. " differently. "A BIT OUT OF CHARACTER, JOE DETERS WAS THOUGHTFUL, EVEN QUIET. HE DIDN'T -- áCOULDN'T -- SAY MUCH. BUT HE ADMITTED TO ME HE THINKS ABOUT THIS CASE EVERY DAY. DAY. "I wish I were more eloquent and wish I had been more persuasive to the jury. But I am who I am and I did my best. :53 :53OF THE THINGS HE THINKS ABOUT. THE JURY. 15:11:20 we had two jurors who would not convict a police officer. period. and we had ten who were willing to do it. so it really depends on the jury that come forth in the next week or so. :32 to determine whether or not we are gonna be successful. " successful. "COUPLE THE FACT THAT TEN JURORS WERE WILLING TO CONVICT RAY TENSING ON VOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER, AND THE MAGNITUDE OF THE CASE -- AND YOU HAVE THE REASONS WHY DETERS SAYS HE DIRECTED HIS OFFICE TO TRY THE CASE AGAIN. THERE HAS BEEN CRITICISM THAT, IN THE FIRST TRIAL, JURY SELECTION TOOK JUST ONE DAY. 15:12:16 our initial panel was, I thought, very favorable to us. but then we had people who didn't want to serve. They wanted off jury duty and then you start bringing in other people and there's really nothign much you can do about it. : 36 36AND DETERS ADMITS. NO MATTER WHAT THE EVIDENCE, IT'S EXTREMELY HARD TO CONVICT AT COP. COP. "People who i respect a great deal said 'you're never gonna get a guilty verdict', bc it's a police officer. and I just kind of poo pooed it. but. "I'm convinced, or I wouldn't have sought the charges :43 so, without getting into details, we gotta go forward, and we will. And hopefully we will have peopel who follow their oaths. " :52 WE DID REACH OUT TO RAY TENSING'S DEFENSE COUNCIL. HE DECLINED TO BE INTERVIEWED. TENSING IS CHARGED WITH MURDER AND VOLUNTARY MURDER. JUDGE LESLIE GHIZ -- WHO IS PRESIDING IN THIS RETRIAL- - DOES HAVE THE ABILITY TO ADD IN LESSER CHARGES. WE'VE REACHED OUT TO THE PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE TO SEE IF THE JUDGE HAS MADE ANY CONTACT WITH THEIR OFFICE SINCE THIS MOTION WAS FILED. WE'LL LET YOU KNOW WHEN WE HEAR BACK. TANYA WILL BE BACK TONIGHT AT 11 TO.
If you believe that your child is at risk of being taken out of the country by his other parent, or if this has already happened, there are several things you must and should do immediately. If your child is still in the country, you and your attorney should work on precautionary measures, such as finalizing a specific custody order, which is discussed in more detail below. If your child has already been taken, you should contact local law enforcement immediately and possibly file an application under the Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, which is also explained in further detail below.Before your child is takenOftentimes, there are warning signs of the other parent's intentions. Being aware of these warning signs can help prevent a child abduction to a foreign country. Some of the things to look out for include whether the other parent lacks financial or familial ties to this country but has a strong network of family and friends in his or her home country. If he or she has threatened to take your child out of the country or tried to do so in the past, this is a major red flag. Also ask yourself if the other parent needs to be here for financial reasons or if he or she is financially independent, have they applied for a passport for themselves or the child, have they quit their job, sold their home or changed immigration status. These are all things that may point to an imminent departure and perhaps with your child.You should talk to your attorney immediately if you are concerned. Together, you can work on creating a custody order or modify an existing one with certain preventive measures.To be effective, the order should be specific and properly made. Visitation, for example, should outline certain days and times and not state "reasonable visitation" which is too subjective and difficult to enforce. You should also consider adding provisions about supervised visitation, allowing law enforcement to assist with violations of the order and specifically prohibiting certain pick up places such as day care or school.You should file an application under the Hague Convention immediately because if it has been over a year, the other country may decide that the child is already acclimated to the new country and should not be returned.A Hague Convention application is a civil matter, not criminal. An experienced attorney will help you weigh whether or not you should seek criminal charges against the other parent. Some countries will not return a child if the parent will be arrested or prosecuted. So, this is something you need to carefully weigh with your attorney.If your child has been taken to a country that is not part of the Hague Convention, you can try to go through the judicial system of that country to obtain a custody order in that country or have your existing custody order enforced. Of course, your success will depend on the facts and the country involved. While some countries have consistently worked with the U.S. in child abduction cases, other countries are less cooperative, and even resistant.Since local, federal and international laws are in play when a child is abducted and taken to a foreign country, it is highly recommended that you obtain an attorney experienced in not only international family law but child abduction. Such an attorney can guide you through the process and formulate a plan for returning your child safely.To learn more visit, http://www.findgreatlawyers.com/5ChildCustody.htm
Indian Attorneys are people who have gone to law school and who practice the law. They must pass a big exam called the bar exam. This is what makes a student a certified attorney. Sometimes students can have a hard time determining what kind of law they want to practice because there are so many different types.
First, you need to consider all areas of the law. Once you have narrowed your choices down to a three you should start seeking as much information on those choices that you can possibly fund. You will also want to determine what type of firm you want to practice. Maybe you want to do corporate law where you have the opportunity to make partnerships or maybe you want to head out on your own.
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There are so many areas of the law that some lawyers specialize in a couple areas, while some focus on just one area of the law. Practicing attorneys that do a generalization of many areas of the law are called general practitioners.
They don’t focus on all the areas, but they choose many areas in which to have great knowledge of. Specialists focus on one area. You may have criminal attorneys, tax attorneys, women’s rights attorneys, and so on. A general practitioner can handle most legal issues that are common.
If you are involved in a complex case or case that is worth a lot of money or a serious matter you will want a specialist. In some cases, people will have multiple attorneys so that they can make sure that their case is being handed to the firm’s full capability and so on.
When it comes to the lawyers, you will mostly see what special training they have gotten. Attorneys are just the name for anyone who can represent you in a court of law. They too have to pas a bar and are state certified. Any lawyer can be an attorney. The only thing is that some lawyers do not litigate.
If you have recently been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, you may find yourself in a sea of lawyers without knowing which one to choose. After being injured, many individuals turn to lawyers for help in protecting their rights and helping to ensure they are fairly compensated for lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering. Depending on the accident, medical attention may or may not be required. In an automobile accident, for example, the individual who caused the accident will be responsible for any repairs to the victims automobile, along with the previously mentioned compensation. Most individuals hire a lawyer soon after the accident occurs even though settlement negotiations will typically not begin until after medical treatment has ended. After concluding medical treatment, lawyers will begin to negotiate with the insurance company representing the person who caused the accident. During this time, lawyers will assess the amount of medical bills, doctor reports and diagnosis, lost wages, damages and will attempt to estimate a fair amount of pain and suffering. After gaining your approval, personal injury lawyers will submit a proposal to the insurance adjuster for consideration. It generally takes 30 days for a response, which is expected to be a counteroffer. At this time, lawyers will discuss the offer with their client and see if a fair settlement can be reached. If not, the lawyer will prepare another letter explaining that the adjusters offer is not acceptable and will, once again, request that the case be settled for a slightly lower amount than the original proposed amount. This situation is a test of each side as the adjuster wants to settle the case for as little as possible while the lawyers want to make sure their clients are properly compensated. After several letters back and forth, and perhaps some telephone calls, the lawyers will advise their client when a fair offer has been reached. While they cannot instruct their client on what to do, they can advise them on the fairness of the offer and how that figure may change if the case were to proceed to trial. For reasons of both time and expense, the majority of personal injury cases are settled out of court. Once a trial is granted, attorney fees and court costs increase dramatically. An attorney receives a pre-negotiated amount of the clients settlement, but receives a larger percentage if the case moves to trial. There are a number of lawyers who handle personal injury cases and it is always important to select one that is most sincere and seems most knowledgeable about the process. The information in this article is to be used for informational purposes only. It should not be considered as, or used in place of, professional legal advice. Individuals who need legal help should consult one of the lawyers in their area who can assist them with their questions and concerns.