The court with authority to supervise estate administration.
Estate property that may be disposed of by a will.
An alternative to imprisonment allowing a person found guilty of an offense to stay in the community, usually under conditions and under the supervision of a probation officer. A violation of probation can lead to its revocation and to imprisonment. 2. A legal status following an adjudication of delinquency or need of supervision that allows a minor to reside in the community under the supervision of the Family Court Social Services Division’s (FCSSD) juvenile probation officers.
A trial lawyer representing the government in a criminal case and the interests of the state in civil matters. In criminal cases, the prosecutor has the responsibility of deciding who and when to prosecute.
The act that caused an event to occur. A person generally is liable only if an injury was proximately caused by his or her action or by his or her failure to act when he or she had a duty to act.
A government lawyer who provides free legal defense services to a poor person accused of a crime.