I'll be adding to this page from my referral list.
|Thomas Hanes, Esq.
Barnett, Hanes, & Garfield, L.L.C.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Suite 501 Age Herald Building
2107 5th Avenue North
Birmingham, AL 35203
|Colorado: Zachary Bravos: ZackB@aol.com|
|Constitional civil rights, Rutherford associate lawyers
Jerry Lovelace, Cape Coral, Florida, 941-542-6693
|Charlie Jamieson primarily represents
men in divorce cases and in cases involving child abuse allegations. Contact
Charles D. Jamieson, Esquire
WARD DAMON & POSNER, P.A.
4420 Beacon Circle
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Telephone: (561) 842-3000
Facsimile: (561) 842-3626
|Steven D. Imparl, J.D.
Attorney and Counselor at Law
12 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois USA 60603-3301
|I WOULD BE GLAD TO ASSIST IN LOUISIANA IF YOU HAVE ANY HIGH PROFILE
BUT INDIGENT CLIENTS.
BURTON P. GUIDRY
POST OFFICE BOX 870
SLAUGHTER, LOUISIANA 70777
|Thanks for additional information. I have forwarded your note to our
most competent attorney for future reference. Her name is Joan Cook and
her office is here in Great Falls.
"Joan E. Cook" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Family Law, Bankruptcy Law, Appeals
Camp Springs, Maryland
|David Moody, Esq.
No fault divorce, etc.
|Robert G. Bush, III
Bob Bush Law Office
P.O. Box 367
Sherman, Texas 75091
|Family Law, Bankruptcy Law
Theodore "Ted" Kavrukov
Mannasas, Virginia (northern section of the State)
|Write the following information (1-13) and
use it when looking for and working with your attorney:
1. A chronology of everything which has happened.
2. The birthdate of each child involved.
3. The names, ages, addresses, employment, etc., of anyone else involved in any way with the case. Be sure to include the relationship between the people.
4. Describe the people, including relationship to you and to the child or children involved.
5. The dates (approximate is okay, too) when you had access to the child or children.
6. If you've been in the military, briefly describe your service.
7. The names of those, including yourself, who have been interviewed by DSS, CPS -- all those agencies which have abbreviations we all know.
8. The name of the DSS or CPS or worker. She would have written a report. Have you seen her report?
9. List those, including yourself, who have been interviewed by the police.
10. Is the psychologist a sole-practitioner or with an agency?
11..Psychologist's name and the name of her or his employer.
12. Was the psychologist appointed by the court? by CPS? or chosen by a private person?
How is the psychologist being paid?
You need ALL the papers (14-25). There are no exceptions. All of these papers likely have exculpatory evidence in them. Much of the information can be used to impeach the state's witnesses. You need:
14. A copy of the docket sheet (in clerk's office).
15. A copy of the pleadings filed by your attorney.
16. A copy of all pleadings filed by opposing counsel or the DA's office.
17. A copy of every paper you have filed.
18. A copy of the mandatory report (the written report or the intake of the person who reported the abuse or rape).
19. A copy of the DSS or CPS investigatory report.
20. A copy of any appeal which may have been filed with the administrative agency.
21. A copy of the disposition by the agency.
22. A copy of any and all police notes and reports regarding the allegation against you.
23. A copy of any and all school reports regarding the allegation against you.
24. A copy of any and all doctor's and reports regarding the allegation against you.
25. A copy of the psychologist's or psychologists' process/progress notes.
The papers are extremely important . . . CRITICAL.
These agency staff and/or social workers and psychologists must work according to certain standards and by looking at the papers, a competent attorney will know whether they did or not.
If you are feeling anxious, you are not overreacting. These cases can be very dangerous to your liberty. Best to do everything now rather than later, after you are sitting in jail serving a long sentence. It's extremely difficult, if not impossible, to correct things after conviction.