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Parminder alias Ladka Pola Vs. State of Delhi

[Criminal Appeal No. 133 of 2006]

A. K. PATNAIK, J.

1. This is an appeal by way of special leave under Article 136 of the Constitution against the judgment dated 06.03.2003 of the Delhi High Court in Criminal Appeal ...

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12. Always evaluate your advocate.

A good advocate is above all, a professional. In evaluating your advocate, evaluate his or her ability to:
• Provide case updates regularly
• Return your phone calls
• Honor deadlines, with a reasonable amount of flexibilit...

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11. Develop a strategic plan.

After you and your lawvedic advocate understand your ground rules, it’s time to discuss the plan for winning your case. In most cases, the better plan with the better follow-through generally wins. Your advocate needs to be able to explain h...

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10. Establish ground rules.

Legal matters can have a variety of outcomes. None are ever predictable. Once you have chosen an advocate from lawvedic, you need to communicate your expectations before you begin discussing strategies to win. Your advocate needs to know what your...

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9. Things to remember while discussing fees.

You should feel comfortable when discussing fees with an advocate. Talking money with your advocate is an excellent way to judge how he or she treats clients. No matter which type of fee agreed upon between you and your advocate, always obtain pro...

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8. Ask yourself these 11 questions before agreeing to hire any advocate.

Here are the 11 important questions to ask:
• Is the advocate a generalist or a specialist in one type of law?
• Has this advocate handled cases like yours before?
• What different outcomes can the advocate predict for your...

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7. Consider more than one advocate.

Consider several advocates before selecting one. It is important that you find someone who has the skills you need, who will be honest with you and who will work hard on your behalf. Make sure you review all the responses you get from the various ...

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6. Do a careful background check on the advocate before hiring him/her.

Always review an advocate’s background and do not fall for his words without checking his credentials. If possible, check with your state bar association if this advocate has ever been the subject of an ethical complaint as this could alert ...

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5. Find an advocate that best suits your needs.

There are plenty of advocates out there, but how do you find the one that best suits your needs?
First, you need to find the ones who work in the proper jurisdiction. Lawvedic clearly indicates the state and place in which the advocate is pr...

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4. Determine the immediacy of your situation.

If you’ve been accused of a crime or find yourself the defendant in a legal suit, contact an advocate immediately.
Avoid delay in seeking legal counsel if you’ve been injured and plan to pursue your rights. Waiting several months...

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