When a lawyer picks up your case, it is likely that they will have several other cases at the same time that they are focused on. This means that the time that they spend on your case might not be as much as if there was actually one person just focused only on your case. There is no helping the fact that lawyers have many clients unless you pay large amounts for a lawyer to just focus on your case.
One way to make sure that your case gets a bit more attention is to hire someone separate from your lawyer to provide lawyer assistance. This person will be focused on just researching your case and getting information that your lawyer might be able to use in court. This can be very beneficial for your case as it progresses throughout the legal system.
Most lawyers are working with more than one client at a time. Even high profile lawyers typically have a few clients that may all need help at the same time. This means that a lawyer’s time is limited. They can’t always spend all of their time focused on just your case even after you have hired them. They don’t always have the time to devote to extra research.
When you hire the NLPA you are getting lawyer assistance at a low cost. NLPA will provide your lawyer with the extra research and help that they need to make your case a successful one. Depending where you are in the legal process, different types of assistance may be helpful. Help with paperwork and background research is just part of what you can get.
In the United States, every person being brought before a court on charges has the right to legal help. From the moment that you are arrested onward, you do not have to speak to any officials without the presence of a lawyer. You also have the right to choose a lawyer that you can afford and want to employee. It is your right to be completely in control of this process.
This also means that you are allowed to hire additional legal assistance to make sure that your lawyer is prepared for the case. This can mean hiring services from companies like NLPA who can do the extra research that a busy lawyer may not necessarily have time for. Having this extra boost can really add a lot to your case and help your lawyer to prove your innocence.
When it comes to legal paperwork, it is sometimes very difficult to figure out what is meant to go where and how the paperwork is meant to be filled out. Even a relatively simple tax form has many places where people make mistakes and get confused every single year. This is nothing compared to the kind of paperwork that needs to be filled out for legal situations.
It is a good idea to get help with legal documents preparation from professionals who know what they’re doing. Many legal organizations can provide you with the information that you need to properly fill out the paperwork yourself or can fill out the paperwork for you. This will ensure that all legal paperwork gets filled out properly to help make processing this paperwork faster.
When people hire a lawyer, they are typically expecting this lawyer to be fully focused on their case and willing to put in hours of work researching and making plans to help their defense. In reality, lawyers are people too. They have lives outside of their work and they often have multiple cases at one time, which means that they can’t be fully focused on any given case.
It is actually better to spread the responsibility of research for the case and working on documents for it to a team of individuals. This is why many people seek lawyer assistance services where some of the research and document preparation is taken off of the lawyer’s hands. Having a team working on a case rather than one person can help make the case stronger.
When a person appears before an appellate court, their goal is to persuade the judge to reverse a decision that was made by a previous court. In the United States, anyone convicted of a crime is guaranteed at least one appeal. If you ask for an appeal, a court has to look at the case that you are making to see if the previous decision made should be upheld or overturned.
It is important that in an appeal you have a solid appellate brief to help the judge understand new details of the case. In a recent case where the NLPA was employed for brief writing, the brief presented was key in convincing the judge to make decisions on the side of the client. Having a good brief created an opportunity for this client to seek justice in their case.
When you are being charged with a crime the result of the case can change your entire life. You might start to see negative affects right away such as being suspended from your job or even fired. Even though you are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, people might start to view you differently. Life will change even more if you’re actually convicted since you could face large fines and jail time.
No case is too small or too straightforward to be taken seriously. No matter what you are being charged with, you should make sure that you have legal assistance before appearing in court. Hiring a lawyer and a team that can do research for your case can be steps toward ensuring that you can prove your innocence. Your freedom is too important to take lightly.
Many individuals who have contact with the justice system have the need for legal advice from a top-rated lawyer.
Legal advice can only be provided by a licensed attorney. If an individual who is not a licensed attorney provides legal advise to an individual that providing of legal advice could be considered to be the unauthorized practice of law. therefore, when you need assistance with matters relating to criminal defense, sentencing, appeals, post-conviction motions, or immigration matters, it is critical that you contact an attorney licensed in the appropriate jurisdiction to provide this legal advice. NLPA works with attorneys throughout the United States to provide to them legal advice and research which they can then utilize in the representation of their client. If you need assistance in obtaining legal advice and want to be referred to a lawyer who can assist you in this way, please contact NLPA. We can refer you to a licensed lawyer who will be happy to receive NLPA’s research assistance.
After a One Hour Deliberation – Not Guilty Verdict: The Need for Proper Selection of Jury – Pretrial Services
Any defendant, defense lawyer or a family member who has been involved in the criminal system understands how important it is to have an impartial and objective jury selected for the trial. The recent case of Torrence Hatch aka rapper, Lil’ Boosie who was charged with first degree murder in the State of Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish (Case No. 06-10-0603, 06-10-0605, 06-10-0607, 07-11-0383), is a perfect example of how important this aspect of criminal defense is. The acquittals of O.J. Simpson and Michael Jackson are perfect illustration of how critical it is for a defendant to have an impartial jury of his peers.
NLPA was hired by Mr. Hatch’s mother to assist his attorney, Martin E. Regan, Jr., Esq., with pretrial services. In addition to reviewing ten DVD’s of witnesses’ statements, NLPA also provided a jury questionnaire and voir dire questions to be used by counsel in selecting the best possible jurors from the jury pool to ensure that Lil’ Boosie would receive a fair trial. This strategy was successful in helping Lil’ Boosie have a jury of his peers who were impartial and willing to give him a fair hearing. As a result, the jury was able to see through the government’s efforts to incriminate Mr. Hatch with their unfounded allegations and on Friday, May 11, 2012 after six days of testimony and one hour of deliberations, Torrence Hatch aka Lil’ Boosie was found not guilty!
If you or a client are in need of help with jury selection and/or criminal pretrial services, and want to receive a fair trial contact NLPA!