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bystryzbyssus : I need to convince my parents to let me get the iPhone 5 when it comes out. I want it for my birthday in Spetember, which is the begining of my first High School year. I tried everything. I proved i was responsible, i told them i need it for emergencys, everything you can think of. Then i told them i need it for high school, because it's high school, people are on drugs and alcohol and all that, and they said, MAYBE. What can i do to make them turn that maybe to a yes? Give me every suggestion you can think of

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jihuo1408g61 : if ur parents get u one, they're dumb u can use any phone to do that it doesn't have to be an iphone, as a bad gift i would give u one of those big cell phones
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Joseph Qk : A state prosecutor is poorly paid by the state so can he also do private pratice while employed as a state prosecutor ?
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nztjqvbovxna : For the most accurate information, talk to your state prosecutor.
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Joseph Qk : No they can not. It would be considered a conflict of interest. Due to the fact that if the prosecutor was defending John Doe for a crime, in their work as prosecutor they would have access to all the records from the case and might be able to influence the prosecutor on their case.
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Daudiodia : It depends on whether they are a full time prosecutor or part-time, whether their boss allows them to do work on the side, and what type of work they are doing.

It would be impossible for a prosecutor to also be a criminal defense attorney, even if they were only part time. There would be way too many conflicts. However, a part time prosecutor may be allowed to do other types of legal work, as in custody, divorce, estates and the like.

A prosecutor could also get a job doing virtually anything not related to the legal field. It is conceivable that a prosecutor could get a job working for Wal Mart, if he wishes, and there would be no prohibition against it.

Personally, as a full time prosecutor, I am not in a position or allowed to work even part time doing anything in the legal field (estates, custody, etc.). Sometimes it would be nice to be able to have the extra income (8+ years on the job and make around $37,000), but the demands of my job wouldn't allow it.
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FoodsPrer : I am very unhappy with the service from my local child support office and I was trying to find out who I should call. I want to know who supervises them. Pretty much, who is their boss? Would it be the county attorney?
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sursinkivarah : The state attorney general's office oversees child support. Many state AG's offices have a dedicated Child Support Disbursement Unit (or similar name).
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Veilepype : I was involved in an auto accident over a month ago. Three vehicles involved. I was waiting at the limit line at an intersection with a vehicle behind me. A truck slammed into the vehicle behind me pushing that vehicle into mine. I have statefarm and full coverage. It has taken some time to find out anything from statefarm due to the female in the truck stating that she was not driving that day. A police report was made and statefarm later found that she was driving the vehicle. I was just informed that her insurance company would not be covering the claim!?! Statefarm is offering to cover my vehicle however, I didn't have renters insurance and now have to come out of pocket.

I need help trying to figure this out. I don't think I should come out of pocket for anything. And why didn't her insurance company cover the claim. She had insurance, so why is it not being taken care of??? Should I lawyer up?
The renters insurance is so that I can get a rental vehicle while my vehicle is getting repaired. It is a separate insurance
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Pescuectime : I'm afraid you need to lawyer up. There are certain rigid guidelines governing the duty of insurers to promptly and properly investigate a claim and request necessary documents. Failure to do so may give rise to a statutory cause of action for insurance fraud (lawyers love these because they include attorney's fees).

Further, the fact that the insurance company denied the claim in no way indicates that they aren't liable for the claim - it just means they don't want to pay. But insurance companies NEVER want to pay.
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