Best Lawyer in Danville?

Best Lawyer in Danville?

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Paul Harvey

London, KY

#2 Aug 25, 2008
Don't sweat it or waste your money on attorney, plea guilty, the money you would waste on an attorney can go towards paying your fine.

You won't serve any time, they will probate for 2 yrs just stay out of trouble mark it up as experience.

Learn from it! find a good church, get lined out, there is a better life outside wild week ends, take care and God Bless.

Since: Jul 08

Harrodsburg Kentucky

#3 Aug 25, 2008
Paul Harvey wrote:
Don't sweat it or waste your money on attorney, plea guilty, the money you would waste on an attorney can go towards paying your fine.
You won't serve any time, they will probate for 2 yrs just stay out of trouble mark it up as experience.
Learn from it! find a good church, get lined out, there is a better life outside wild week ends, take care and God Bless.
You are a damned coward and you make me sick. You are always better to fight. Never give up. I've been fighting for years and I have never lost a case while representing myself in court.

Do a little research and handle it yourself. Ask for a jury trial. Watch how quick they are to cut a deal with you when you do that. Then if you should loose, hey, you'll pay the same thing if you plead guilty!
English Professor

Newburgh, IN

#4 Aug 25, 2008
Bart McQueary wrote:
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You are a damned coward and you make me sick. You are always better to fight. Never give up. I've been fighting for years and I have never lost a case while representing myself in court.
Do a little research and handle it yourself. Ask for a jury trial. Watch how quick they are to cut a deal with you when you do that. Then if you should loose, hey, you'll pay the same thing if you plead guilty!


Bart: Go back to elementary school and learn the difference between loose and lose.

Since: Jul 08

Harrodsburg Kentucky

#5 Aug 26, 2008
A typographical error is totally irrelevant. The facts stand. Is that really the best that you can come up with?
voyeur

Cleveland, OH

#6 Aug 26, 2008
Great advice Bart. Lets just waste taxpayers money on a stupid ass PI.
Subgenius....just pay the dang fine and walk away. Chalk it up as a learning experience and learn when---where---and how much you can drink and still act like a decent person>>>>>> you may come to the conclusion that you cant drink at all. Some people cant>>> it brings out he azzhole in them everytime.

Since: Jul 08

Harrodsburg Kentucky

#7 Aug 26, 2008
It's not a waste. You are entitled to a trial by jury. I don't understand why so many people throw that right away.

Fight with every breath you have. Make them EARN their lousy fine.
English Professor

Newburgh, IN

#8 Aug 26, 2008
Bart McQueary wrote:
A typographical error is totally irrelevant. The facts stand. Is that really the best that you can come up with?
It's not irrelevant when it makes you look uneducated. Perhaps the facts do stand...

Since: Jul 08

Harrodsburg Kentucky

#9 Aug 26, 2008
A typographical error has no bearing on the facts presented. In fact, attacking such a mistake is the lowest form of debate. If you were actually concerned about such things, you would critique "Paul Harvey." Rather, your purpose is to attack me because you disagree with what I have to say. Having no basis to attack my point, you have to hinge your attack on a typo.

You're pathetic really.
coolcat

Newburgh, IN

#10 Aug 27, 2008
i would fight it myself like barepresented myself in court prose is the term for self represenation and never let them see you sweat i have been quite successful in court without a lawyer probably wouldnt been that way with a laywer cause i knew the facts etc good luck
Waste of Time

El Centro, CA

#11 Aug 27, 2008
Its not worth fighting.

What is your agrument against it? You need a foot to stand on if your gonna try to beat it.

Since: Jul 08

Harrodsburg Kentucky

#12 Aug 27, 2008
The term is pro se, but close enough.

You don't need any argument against it. It is up to the prosecutor to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. What if they aren't able to produce the police officer? Yeah that is rare, but what if he has to go out of town or moves to another department. What if he is killed? What if just one jury member simply does not believe him? Remember all six jury members must agree that you are guilty.

There is plenty of reasons to fight, first and foremost because it is your right!
John

Newburgh, IN

#14 Aug 27, 2008
Call Ephraim Helton

Since: Jul 08

Harrodsburg Kentucky

#15 Aug 27, 2008
If you must get an attorney out of Danville, I would recommend Hadden Dean. Tell em Bart sent ya!
Paul Harvey

London, KY

#16 Aug 27, 2008
Hire this Bart McQueary, guy he seems to have it all fig out. He can take it all the way to the supreme court for you.

I thought you was just worried about serving time. Jail house lawyers always make it sound so easy when it's not their money and freedom at stake. Good luck what ever you decide.

English Professor, our services are not needed here, lol
Outside Looking In

Richmond, KY

#17 Aug 28, 2008
You can say what you want about Bart but I've been reading his posts . . and right or wrong in YOUR eyes, the guy is obviously intelligent. I find it humorous when someone tries to counter him, lol. Keep on keepin' on Bart. If nothing else, you give some of these people a reason to use their brain ..if only for a few minutes. lol
Tom

Lexington, KY

#18 Aug 28, 2008
SubGenius wrote:
My only defense is they did not take a blood or a breathe test. The report also states I was in a fight before they showed up, Which was a lie. If I was fighting with someone wouldn't they need a report from the person? I'm still wondering which lawyer is the best or has the most clout in Danville. I would Appreciate it.
I believe they only ask for blood or breath test on DUI's. It is not given for a PI or AI. Why would they need a report from someone else if you were fighting. You were not charged with anything that has to do with fighting (assualt). If you were charged with an assault, then they would need to do a report then.
Tom

Lexington, KY

#19 Aug 28, 2008
Personally I would just ask if they would drop the disorderly conduct (Class B Misdemeanor) and then plead guilty to the PI (violation). Its a small fine I believe.
freak

United States

#21 Oct 9, 2010
josh Hudson is the best
BigMac

Danville, KY

#22 Oct 15, 2010
i would say chris hairing hes cheap an a damn good lawyer and i cant believe for once i agree with that bart guy

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