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As Federal Sentencing Consultants we provide case analysis, research assistance, and document preparation for licensed legal counsel and pro se litigants
The ABA is the largest voluntary professional association in the world. With more than 400,000 members, the ABA provides law school accreditation, continuing legal education, information about the law, programs to assist lawyers and judges in their work, and initiatives to improve the legal system for the public. The Mission of the American Bar Association is to be the national representative of the legal profession, serving the public and the profession by promoting justice, professional excellence and respect for the law.
Post Conviction Relief (PCR) Consultants offer consultation and document preparation services to federal defendants, inmates, and their loved-ones content with the oppressive Federal Justice System.
This system provides case information for California Supreme Court and Court of Appeal cases. Case information is updated once an hour throughout the business day. Searches for Supreme Court and Court of Appeal case information can be initiated by supplying trial court, Court of Appeal, or Supreme Court case number or by supplying case caption, attorney, or party information. Searches for Court of Appeal cases can also be initiated by supplying court calendar date.
The Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO) has been providing fiscal and policy advice to the Legislature for more than 65 years. It is known for its fiscal and programmatic expertise and nonpartisan analyses of the state's budget. The LAO is overseen by the Joint Legislative Budget Committee (JLBC), a 16-member, bipartisan committee.
CMCP's mission is to promote diversity among the state's attorney population, and thereby advance a more inclusive and just legal profession. As the state grows increasingly more diverse, it is imperative to have lawyers of different backgrounds to understand and serve the needs of these incredibly diverse communities and ensure a more inclusive legal profession.
The content of the FDPRC webpage is intended to help defense counsel become familiar with the issues, procedures, and practices unique to, or made unique by, capital prosecutions, and to provide guidance in working with these matters.
Disseminates ideas about community and problem-solving justice through publications, journal articles and web sites.
The primary mission of Centurion Ministries is to vindicate and free from prison those who are completely innocent of the crimes for which they have been unjustly convicted and imprisoned for life or death. We also assist our clients, once they are freed, with reintegration into society on a self-reliant basis.
CLS is a not for profit organization employing lawyers and legal workers who provide legal assistance to low-income and special needs people and organizations in Washington. CLS has recently reorganized and now maintains five offices.
The State of California Commission on Judicial Performance is the independent state agency in California responsible for investigating complaints of judicial misconduct and judicial incapacity and for disciplining judges, pursuant to article VI, section 18 of the California Constitution. The Commission's jurisdiction includes all active California state court judges. The Commission also has authority to impose certain discipline on former judges and has shared authority with local courts over court commissioners and referees. The Commission does not have authority over federal judges, judges pro tem or private judges.
CCCBA is the premier legal resource for attorneys and members of the Contra Costa County community. We strive to educate our members and the public concerning the law, the legal profession and the judicial system, and to provide a means of communication both between and among our members and the public.
CrimeLynx provides a solid starting point from which to venture out and gather the information needed without wasting valuable time trying to locate relevant links. There is a wealth of legal information out there. While some of it is useful, much of it is either irrelevant to or biased against the interests of the criminal defense community. Always current, always topical, CrimeLynx is updated daily with news and commentary of interest to the criminal defense community and journalists covering crime-related news and politics.
ELAP is a non-profit organization providing civil legal assistance to low income residents of East and Northeast King County Washington. Since opening its doors in 1990, ELAP has assisted more than 35,000 people. ELAP's attorneys have volunteered more than 10,000 hours of legal service to community residents through its programs.
As the professional organization for private and government lawyers and judges involved in federal practice, the FBA has offered an unmatched array of leadership opportunities and services for more than 80 years. This Web site provides a wealth of constantly updated information for law students, new practitioners, experienced attorneys, and judges from all over the country. The FBA gives its 16,000 members a chance to meet at regional and national conferences, become active in informed discussion of substantive law issues, assume leadership positions at the local and national level, and network with other professionals in the field of federal law.
FindLegalForms.com's comprehensive library of legal documents, legal papers, and business forms has been prepared by attorneys to provide you with safe, informative, and easy-to-use legal forms. To save you time and money, FindLegalForms.com offers: immediate download access to legal forms, attorney-prepared legal documents, money back guarantee, and easy payment through PayPal and all major credit cards.
Lawyer presenting parole arguments and interviews for convicts and criminals in TDCJ prison eligible for review by The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles. Experienced in TDC, Texas Department of Corrections Penitentiary disciplinary cases and rules, criminal law, Parole and House Bill HB 1433 Discretionary Mandatory Supervision. More than mere parole packets,
In recent years, frequent instances of wrongful criminal convictions and mistaken verdicts in prominent civil cases have attracted media attention, and become a matter of public concern. They have reinforced the sense that attorneys, including prosecuting attorneys, often willingly and even eagerly make use of highly suspect testimony. He Said/ She Said seeks to keep liars out of court through polygraph testing.
The Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) is an incorporated, non-profit, national association representing the interest of over 33,000 Hispanic American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students in the United States and Puerto Rico. The HNBA invites all Hispanics attorneys to become members and represents Puerto Rican, Cuban American, Mexican American, South and Central American attorneys, as well as any other within the profession, who subscribe to the goals and philosophy of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
The Wisconsin Innocence Project represents prison inmates who claim to be actually innocent of the crimes for which they are incarcerated. The Wisconsin Innocence Project is a project in the Frank J. Remington Center at the University of Wisconsin Law School. The Project was founded in 1998 and is co-directed by Law Professors Keith Findley and John Pray. At any given time, approximately 20 law students are enrolled in the program. Under the supervision of attorneys, the students investigate and litigate claims of innocence on behalf of prisoners in Wisconsin and elsewhere. There is no cost to the prisoner for the Projectâ€™s services.
IIAO Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the rights of citizens who have been imprisoned unjustly, by revealing the truth about the court systems in the USA, and exposing the secrets behind the multi-million dollar conviction business that allows prosecutors to do whatever it takes to get thousands of citizens into the prison system.
The Korean American Bar Association of Southern California was founded in 1980 by a small number of first generation Korean-American lawyers in Los Angeles. It has grown to include over 1,500 members. The KABA Public Interest Fellowship will be awarded by the KABA board to a recent law school graduate who is working for a non-profit organization on a legal project dedicated to helping the Korean American community of Southern California.
Legal directory including government forms, legal forms, business forms, self-help law, business center, and attorneys.
The Legal Foundation of Washington is dedicated to equal justice for low-income persons. The Foundation funds programs and supports policies and initiatives which enable the poor and the most vulnerable to overcome barriers in the civil justice system.
LII is a research and electronic publishing activity of the Cornell Law School. Popular collections include: the U.S. Code, Supreme Court opinions, and Law about...
The Los Angeles County Bar Association has been making a difference in the professional lives of lawyers, and in the lives of the people of Los Angeles County, for over 125 years. Founded in 1878 and incorporated as a mutual benefit nonprofit corporation in 1953, the Los Angeles County Bar Association's mission is to meet the professional needs of Los Angeles lawyers and advance the administration of justice. With more than 25,000 members, over 100 committees and sections, and a score of public service projects, our association provides exceptional career resources for our members, an effective voice for the profession and vital services to the community.
With almost 800 members, it is the mission of the MCBA to involve, encourage and support bar association members, to serve as a liaison to the Marin County courts, and to educate the community and enhance access to legal services
NACM is committed to improving the administration of justice and promoting the interdependence of court managers and judges. As the work of our nation's trial courts becomes more and more complex, court managers and managing judges must keep abreast of modern management techniques and practices.
NCIA is a 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation founded in 1977 by Dr. Jerome G. Miller and Herbert J. Hoelter. Since that time, Dr. Miller and Mr. Hoelter have been on the leading edge of new concepts in criminal and juvenile justice, providing professional research, training and technical assistance for developing and supporting community-based programs. As a result, NCIA has developed and implemented sentencing programs in 15 states, trained thousands of public defenders and their staffs, and prepared information for more than 10,000 individuals facing sentencing in adult and juvenile courts.
The National Organization of Bar Counsel (NOBC) is a non-profit organization of legal professionals whose members enforce ethics rules that regulate the professional conduct of lawyers who practice law in the United States, Canada and Australia.
North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services, Inc, (NCPLS), is a non-profit, public service organization. With a staff of about 15 lawyers, ten paralegals, and seven supporting staff members, NCPLS serves a population of more than 32,500 prisoners and 10,000 pre-trial detainees, providing information and advice concerning legal rights and responsibilities, discouraging frivolous litigation, working toward administrative resolutions of legitimate problems, and providing representation in all State and federal courts to ensure humane conditions of confinement and to challenge illegal convictions and sentences.
NJP is a not-for-profit statewide organization that provides free civil legal services to low-income people from ten offices and two satellite locations throughout the state of Washington. Each year, NJP assists more than 18,000 people in need of critical legal assistance. Clients in need of interpreter services in order to access legal services through NJP are entitled to those services.
The Orange County Bar Association provides a wide variety of programs, services and opportunities for its attorney members, the judiciary, and the community. The OCBA is one of the largest voluntary bar associations in California, with over 9,000 members. Members meet regularly in sections and committees dedicated to various areas of law and issues of concern to the legal community.
Palidan Legal Exchange was established in 1997 to create an open forum for legal employment and placement services. Our mission is to allow individuals, businesses, and organizations to find qualified job candidates for all of their temporary and permanent legal placement needs. Palidan Legal Exchange also provides attorneys and law students with employment services and counseling.
Legal services for the ones that really need it. We will assist you in researching your case, preparing your motions/petitions, copying documents, and filing in the proper venue along with all of the other necessities to WIN your case. We guarantee it!
Pro Bono Net is a nonprofit organization headquartered in New York City. Our mission is to increase access to justice through innovative uses of technology and increased volunteer lawyer participation.
The RCBA of California was created in 1894 to encourage social interaction between the bench and the bar. Over the years, we have evolved into a professional organization (see bylaws) that provides many valuable services to both our member attorneys and the public.
The Sacramento County Bar Association of California is commitment to the legal profession and community is to enhance the system of justice, the lawyers who serve it, and the community served by it.
The San Bernardino County Bar Association of California provides certified Lawyer Referral Services for clients needing legal representation; volunteer attorneys to serve in Legal Aid clinics; unparalleled collegial opportunity through Bar service, educational programs, recreation, and travel; and is California's oldest continuously operating bar association, now in its 132nd year of serving its membership and community.
Founded in 1899 and over 10,000 members strong, the San Diego County Bar Association of California is the region's oldest and largest law-related organization. The voice for San Diego's diverse legal community, the SDCBA takes seriously its mission to support and inform not only the county's lawyers, but also the public. Programs help clients find qualified lawyers, resolve disputes and educate San Diegans on their legal rights and responsibilities.
The San Fernando Valley Bar Association of California is one of the premier local bar associations in California and the nation. For 75 years, the SFVBA has served members and the public with distinction, and has been a strong voice for the San Fernando Valley legal community.
The San Mateo County Bar Association of California provides three major programs designed to assist our community. If you need to hire an attorney, the Lawyer Referral Service can help you. Attorneys on our Lawyer Referral Service are in good standing with the San Mateo County Bar Association and the State Bar of California, and carry professional liability insurance. Read about the Lawyer Referral Service. If you are having a dispute with your attorney regarding the amount of legal fees you have been charged, Fee Arbitration may be option.
The Santa Barbara County Bar Association of California operates a professional association with a membership of 600 dedicated professionals. We ethically promote education and discussion in various fields of law, advance the science of jurisprudence, promote the fair and efficient administration of justice, encourage observance of the Rules of Professional Conduct, and foster cooperation between the bar, bench and governmental agencies.
Santa Clara County Bar Association of California
The Sonoma County Bar Association of California is established to maintain the honor and dignity of the profession of the law, to increase its usefulness in promoting the due administration of justice, to cultivate social relations among its members, to provide educational opportunities to the members, and all activities related to these purposes.
ATJ recognizes that access to the civil justice system is a fundamental right, the Access to Justice Board works to achieve equal access for those facing economic and other significant barriers. ATJ was established by the Washington State Supreme Court in 1994 at the request of the Washington State Bar Association Board of Governors in response to a growing need to coordinate the access to justice efforts in Washington State to provide continuity and focus.
The Sunnyvale-Cupertino Bar Association of California has been serving the communities since 1956. Our site is designed to assist: the local community by helping you to find attorneys to meet your legal needs through our membership list; the legal community by informing you of our events and membership benefits; and our members by providing you with current information on your organization.
The Tahoe-Truckee Bar Association of California serves the legal profession in the Lake Tahoe and Truckee Areas. Members of the Association practice in many of the surrounding counties and some are licensed in both California and Nevada. The purpose of this Web Site is to provide general information about the Association for the benefit of its members and the general public.
The Bar Association of San Francisco champions equal access to justice and promotes humanity, excellence, and diversity in the legal profession. We provide legal services to disadvantaged and underserved individuals in San Francisco. We create opportunities for legal service in the community and encourage participation by our members.
The Beverly Hills Bar Association, a nationally recognized major metropolitan bar association based in Beverly Hills, serves the 15,000 + lawyers who live or work on the Westside of Los Angeles County. With over 3,600 members, it is the largest voluntary bar association in California that is not a county bar association. Our mission is to serve our members, to lead our profession and to advocate for justice in our community.