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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
PLEASE ONLY APPLY IF YOU ARE SERIOUS AND RESPONSIBLE ABOUT WORKING ONLINE AS AN ACADEMIC WRITER! THANKS!! We are looking for a lot of good writers to work with us in the long term. We have a constant supply of all different kinds of writing and research projects on various topics, such as accounting, management, finance, marketing, human resources, environmental science, economics, information system, social sciences, IT and computing, mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering. Please note, you will be asked to provide evidence of qualification and trial job to test your abilities. Requirements for the writers: - Holds a minimum of a degree (preferably MSc or PhD) in the subject area. - Highly proficient in English writing skills - Able to produce excellent works within short periods of time - Responsive and available online (preferably Skype and/or Watsapp) most of the time - Possess advanced research techniques - Familiar with some commonly used referencing styles such as APA, Chicago and Harvard styles - Able to produce original works that pass plagiarism checks (Turnitin) - Extremely responsible and detail-oriented - Honest! Know your capability limit. No one knows everything. If you have not much knowledge on a topic and are not confident in writing it, it's always better to let go instead of producing a bad-quality work that might bring down your reputation Please write "My fields of expertise are ____" (fill in the blank with the academic majors or subjects you will feel most confident writing on) on top of your cover letter, so we know you have read the details. Also tell us whether and how you can fulfil the above requirements in BULLET POINT FORM in your cover letter. Do not just write "I can do this and that...". Instead, build your points on solid examples from your skills and past experiences. Currently, we have plenty of projects available on the long term basis Please be prepared to answer a set of verbal interview questions. You will be asked to answer the following questions when submitting a proposal: 1. Are you a full time or part time academic writer? 2. Would you be able to check email a few times a day? 3. Could you please provide 3 sample academic papers for us to review your writing skills? 4. Please provide your Skype and available schedule for us to hold the interview. Thank you
  • Number of freelancers needed: 2
Skills: Criminal Law Academic Writing Business Analysis Business Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Deliverable: A personal affidavit (statement of facts and relief sought by me) to be submitted to an Arbitration panel, related to an Attorney Fee Dispute. The document will explain my position against the attorney, and build a strong case for me to obtain the maximum refund. What will I provide you? 1. Scanned copies of all correspondences with the attorney and the arbitration panel. 2. Scanned copies of documents in the attorney file. 3. A timeline of events/facts in a crude form at best - Created by me. I want to know: 1. What will be the length of your affidavit be (number of words)? 2. How many revisions will you offer me for amendments? 3. Do you have any samples I can look at? 4. What is your best total price? 5. What will your draft, revision and final delivery timeline look like?
Skills: Criminal Law Copyright Editing Legal research
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $900 - Posted
Hello, My Name is Gleb (Glebos) Tkachenko I am Looking for a good layer, who can find the shoplifting case which was back in 2007. Back In 2007 I was in US, yang and stupid, I was caught by shop security somewhere near Atlantic city late September, than brought to police office for opening the case and schedule the court date, which was start of October, I sad the made up (fake) Name, and never went to the court, just came back Russia, since that time I have several times tried to get US visa and was refused. Now I am Artist and Sculptor, have a lot of work world wide, sometimes have invitations to go to US, but can not get visa because of this old stupid mistake I have made 9 years ago. It's sure the time to fix it now. 2 years ago I have already tried to do it but the Lawyer was filed. She couldn't find the case she says because of lack information, which is true I don;t remember the date, the place, the town, I do remember the Name though but was no helpful. So I need a professional, who can make it wright!
Skills: Criminal Law Immigration Law
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I need someone to take criminal law topics (from a criminal law enforcement manuals) and break them down into simple cross examination topics and questions. I will send you manual. I need you to break the manual down into cross exam topics and questions. The questions will be one new fact per question/straight forward questions. I am going to do this for several areas of the law: homicide, sex assault, white collar crime, physical assault, etc. I prefer a US lawyer, law student, or professor to handle this job.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 4
Skills: Criminal Law English Family Law Legal research
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $20 - Posted
We will together on team viewer look at the 2 pages and 4 questions and you will answer them and provide explanation if asked. Estimated time for someone knowing RICO about 15 minutes. You will need verifiable experience with RICO cases working for a US Government Agency or a private firm. Preferred legal adviser should have worked with DOJ or equivalent on RICO cases.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 3
Skills: Criminal Law Legal writing
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Seeking an individual with legal experience to basically be my sounding board, to banter back and forth about a specific topic. Do Not Send me information telling me to “seek an attorney”. Passion for criminal law, constitutional law, etc. is important. Your time is valuable, and I will pay you however keep in mind it is not my intent to have you do extensive research, write any briefs or anything like that. It is very informal. This person will help me to formulate the question to be answered, to guide me in the right direction for my research, to assist me in determining what if any constitutional violations are occurring relevant case law. Background: In recent years a number of cases have come down through the Supreme court regarding Juveniles and the sentence of Life without Parole. These cases are: Miller V. Alabama, Graham V. Florida, Roper, and the newest Montgomery v. Louisianna. These cases held different things related to juveniles. Relevantly, that you cannot sentence a juvenile to death, you cannot sentence a juvenile non-homicide defendant to LWOP, you cannot sentence a capital defendant to LWOP without first considering the fact that he is a youth. The latest case, Louisiana, made retroactive these new holdings and left it up to the states to either resentence all by bringing them back into court or modifying all of their sentences across the board. The court set the age of Juvenile to be Under 18. These cases are all related to the 8th amendment's prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment. That is that juveniles have a lessened culpability culpability they are less deserving of the most severe punishments. Compared to adults, juveniles have a “ ‘lack of maturity and an underdeveloped sense of responsibility’ ”; they “are more vulnerable or susceptible to negative influences and outside pressures, including peer pressure”; and their characters are “not as well formed.” These salient characteristics mean that “[i]t is difficult even for expert psychologists to differentiate between the juvenile offender whose crime reflects unfortunate yet transient immaturity, and the rare juvenile offender whose crime reflects irreparable corruption.” Id., at 573. Accordingly, “juvenile offenders cannot with reliability be classified among the worst offenders.” Id., at 569. A juvenile is not absolved of responsibility for his actions, but his transgression “is not as morally reprehensible as that of an adult. California is the state. SB 9 comes along and states that if you were sentenced to LWOP and were under 18 you may petition the court for resentencing. THe court could here you and look at the fact that you were a juvenile and decide that LWOP is cruel and unusual punishment. SB 260 Comes along and implements a Juvenile Parole system. It says that if you were under 18 at the time you committed your crime you will be eligible for parole at certain intervals. One of the requirements of the parole board is to look at the fact that you were a juvenile and to take into consideration the Supreme Courts rulings. It excluded, however, LWOP. And appears to exclude those twice convicted. This would mean that if you were under 18 and had LWOP you would first have to have your sentence changed to one that allowed for parole before you would qualify for the benefits of SB260. It appears to exclude people not based on crime but sentence (and age) SB261. In October of last year SB261 passed. This bill mirrored SB 260 except it extended the age from 18 to under 23 at the time you committed your crime. It still excluded LWOP and those twice convicted. As it is written, if you do not have LWOP or aren’t excluded for some other reason and are 18-22 with a sentence other than LWOP you qualify. Up to 18 can petition the court for resentencing if LWOP Is current sentence. 18-22 LWOP’s are out of luck. All of these bills are based on the new case law from the Supreme Court, and the research that shows that juveniles have a lessened culpability. Questions: If the Supreme Court in Montgomery v. Louisiana made retroactive the ban on LWOP sentences (both non homicide all together and homicide (w/o looking at the juvenile)) is SB 9 still valid? If the need for SB 260/261 (according to their analysis) stems from a juvenile’s lesson culpability which comes from cases dealing directly LWOP sentences why then are LWOP’s excluded? The notion that you are juvenile who did not know what they were doing does not change based on the sentence you received or the crime you committed. That LWOP’s are the same class (juveniles who did not know what they were doing) as those who qualify for this law are any equal protection and/or due process laws being violated? If you are interested please send apply. Danielle
Skills: Criminal Law Legal research
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Our business is UK based and provides technology services by subcontract to various contractors around the world including India. We have been attacked by an ex-contractor on a number of occasions involving fraud and hacking into our servers and websites. This individual is located in Himachal Pradesh, India. We require the services of a lawyer to co-ordinate with the Himachal Police in tracking and arresting this person. We may later also seek commercial damages in the order of $20,000 once she has been arrested. All applicants shall provide contact number as well as CV and company information.
Skills: Criminal Law English Hindi
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
RULES: Before applying for the job or continue reading the job description consider the following • Unique - Original (hand-typed) content required • NO plagiarism • NO article spin or copy paste • NO rewriting of other posts • NO fluff • Delivered text will be thoroughly checked for originality and plagiarism through various online and offline services like google's phrase search, Copyscape, plagiarism checker, smallSEOtools, Viper and others. WE DO PAY ATTENTION AND APPROVE ONLY ORIGINAL CONTENT. REQUIRED WRITER QUALIFICATIONS: - Native English Speaker - USA resident - English skills (grammar, punctuation and spelling) have to be impeccable. Nothing less will be accepted. - Candidates with writing experience and higher education will be preferred. JOB DETAILS: - This is fixed payment work, you will be paid a fixed amount for each article. - This is long term work, more than 3000 articles needs to be written. After you pass the initial milestones and you have proved yourself as an excellent writer, you will be given lists of 10 facilities (county jails, federal prisons etc.) that need to be written. JOB DESCRIPTION: - We are looking to hire an excellent article writer to write a high quality 500-word text article in English, for a particular correctional facility (jail/prison/county jail/federal prison/) in the US. - The writer must do web research to gather all the related data about this particular correctional facility (jail/prison/county jail etc.) and assemble all the information into a unique 500 words article. - Other data like copyright free or Creative Commons 3 licensed photos of the facility, and also videos, are welcome if available. We will provide the name of a correctional facility (jail/prison/county jail etc.) and a link to our website for the writer to read the already published information, for which we need the 500 words as an enhancement of the already published info. The delivered article must include: - The link to the official inmate search, if available. You will have to verify that the link works and indicate if it is different than our website’s already published link. - The official link to offender locator, mugshots, victim services, inmates list, daily arrest logs, arrest warrants, Probation/parolee search or any other useful link if available. - We need an explanation about inmate rights, commissary, visitation, paroles, bails and Inmate Services for this particular State/county/city facility. - Visitation information (instructions, rules and regulations), Mail information (sending mail and packages), Inmate phone calls (Calls and contacting inmates), Sending money (& commissary information) for this particular State/county/city facility if available. - Information about the facility, what kind of security it has, what kind of people are being held in, facility services (ex. provided meals, bath and shower, exercise allowed, books & magazines sent) or any other useful information. - You will also have to verify that the already written information (address, telephones, emails, faxes etc.) are accurate (from the official .gov US websites) and update or correct the already published information on our website. PLEASE NOTE: Do not take this Job unless you are somehow familiar or able to understand and explain the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons, US laws, Imprisonment laws and rights, Correctional facilities and generally about jails, prisons and inmates services. WHAT WE PROVIDE: 1) Excellent feedback will be given ONLY if earned. 2) This is long term work for us (more than 3000 articles needed). 3) Very reasonable requirements and completely flexible work schedule, as this is fix price work.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 10
Skills: Criminal Law Article Writing Blog Writing Content Writing