... Force Legal Services, the senior position for a legal officer in the Defence Force,
holding the rank of Air Commodore. From 1998 to 2010, he served as a Legal
Officer, Senior Legal Officer and Principal Legal Officer in the Attorney-General’s
Department. From 2003 to 2010, he was the Principal Legal ...
Strategy Can Avoid Double Taxation of Attorney Fee
... With proper planning, all taxpayers can avoid these effects, regardless of their residence,
a tax professor suggests.
The controversy in taxable damage awards always centers on whether the attorney fee
should be excluded from the plaintiff’s income or included first then deducted. Under the
... 1. SINGLE AND MULTI-WORD TERMS belonging to the EU legal context (e.g.
offence categories of the EAW: facilitation of unauthorized entry and residence,
forgery of means of payment, laundering of the proceeds of crime)
2.SEMI-TECHNICAL TERMS (e.g. prescription v. statute of limitations; proceeds from ...
Powerpoint - Copyright of Dr Peter Jepson
... •Will give free advice and help to
anyone. Most commonly deal with social
welfare problems and debt.
•Staffed by trained volunteers, who often
become expert in the areas they
frequently deal with.
Texas Prosecution 101 - 79th Judicial District Attorney
... In Texas, an official in one branch of state government cannot exercise the authority of an
official in another branch of state government.
In addition to establishing three distinct branches of government, the Texas Constitution
strictly prohibits one branch of government from exercising the powers ...
HOT TOPICS IN IMMIGRATION LAW
... from deportation. INS v. St. Cyr, 533 U. S. 289, 323. Thus, this is not a hard case
in which to find deficiency: The consequences of Padilla’s plea could easily be
determined from reading the removal statute, his deportation was presumptively
mandatory, and his counsel’s advice was incorrect.
Long Term Care Guide: Legal Issues for Senior Citizens
... you can create a “springing power of attorney”. A “springing power of
attorney” becomes effective only upon the happening of an event that you
have designated. No matter what type of power of attorney you create, it
will terminate automatically when you die. Durable powers of attorney
may take many ...
My Bio - Carol Ann Wilson
... assistance with SEC filings; responsible for corporate minutes, drafting legal documents and other work for
general counsel, and other writing assignments. Wrote Guide to Research on the Internet (© 2000) for the
company as a marketing tool. Freelance work for attorneys and judges in Houston.
Update to the Attorney-General`s Department Corporate Plan 2015-16
... New Responsibilities to support the Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Counter
Terrorism and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Attorney-General
From May 2015, the department has new responsibilities to support the Minister for Justice, the
Hon Michael Keenan MP, in his additional role as Mini ...
Ethical Obligations of Indigent Defense Attorneys to Their
... The administration of public defense services varies by jurisdiction and
may be carried out by a state, a county, a city, an individual judge, or by
every possible combination of these.5 Eighteen states have statewide commissions overseeing statewide public defense systems that are theoretically
United Nations Principles and Guidelines on Access to Legal Aid in
... legal aid in criminal justice systems, particularly in Africa”.
7. In line with the Lilongwe Declaration on Accessing Legal Aid in the
Criminal Justice System in Africa and the Lilongwe Plan of Action for the
implementation of the Declaration, the Principles and Guidelines follow a
broad concept of ...
In most common law jurisdictions, the attorney general or attorney-general is the main legal advisor to the government, and in some jurisdictions he or she may also have executive responsibility for law enforcement, prosecutions or even responsibility for legal affairs generally. In practice, the extent to which the attorney-general personally provides legal advice to the government varies between jurisdictions, and even between individual office-holders within the same jurisdiction, often depending on the level and nature of the office-holder's prior legal experience.The term was originally used to refer to any person who holds a general power of attorney to represent a principal in all matters. In the common law tradition, anyone who represents the state, especially in criminal prosecutions, is such an attorney. Although a government may designate some official as the permanent attorney general, anyone who comes to represent the state in the same way may, in the past, be referred to as such, even if only for a particular case. Today, however, in most jurisdictions the term is largely reserved as a title of the permanently appointed attorney general of the state, sovereign or other member of the royal family. The term is pluralized attorneys general or attorneys-general.Civil law jurisdictions have similar offices, who may be variously called ""procurators"", ""advocates general"", ""public attorneys"", and other titles. Many of these offices also use ""attorney general"" or ""attorney-general"" as the English translation of the title, although because of different historical provenance the nature of such offices is usually different from that of attorneys-general in common law jurisdictions