Re: Newly licensed atty has criminal law query
Posted by Hardy Parkerson, J.D. on 12/13/10
As usual, more information than is posed in a Counsel.net
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to hearing back from you, I am
Hardy Parkerson, J.D.
Tulane Law, Class of 1966
After 41 years at the Bar
Lake Charles, LA
P.S.: Of course, there will be no charge whatsoever. HMP
On 12/09/10, Brenda wrote:
> I have a question: If an attorney has paid me the settlement
> that I am entitled to and he knew that there was a
> subrogation against the settlement amount; can the insurance
> company sue him or will I be the only one responsible?
> On 12/07/10, McLeod wrote:
>> I am a newly licensed attorney and have been purely doing
>> oil and gas work for the past 6 months. My best friend just
>> got in a fight outside a bar, and was beaten up pretty
>> badly, but got a few punches in and hurt one of the
>> attackers. He has two witnesses that say they attacked him
>> first and that he acted only in self defense. I have never
>> been to court except for ex parte divorce hearings, and
>> would like to attend his court date with him and to help
>> him to the best of my ability. Can someone point me in the
>> direction of a book or website that can tell me how best to
>> represent him? Do I need to file a motion of some sort?
>> what should I bring with me to court? Im a bit at a loss
>> and not sure where to look for guidance.
>> Thank you for any help anyone can offer.