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This engineering text is directed toward Forensic Engineers who are interested in determining the causal factors of bicycle accidents. The author, a Professional Engineer and competitive cyclist and triathlete, has organized the engineering literature for this purpose. He also has detailed laboratory data and actual accident reconstructions for the readers' use.
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Jim Green is a Professional Engineer with over 20 years in reconstructing bicycle accidents. He continues to race competitively at the national level in triathlons. His company has utilized laboratory data, engineering literature and actual accident reconstructions to bring a level of confidence to the causal factors of bicycle accidents.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Many people in the State of Maryland would like to know something about what happens legally when two persons are divorced in Maryland. There is no single place that people can look to for such general information. They could hire an attorney, however, paying an attorney for general, non-specific information does not appeal to many people nor is it cost efficient. On the other hand, going to the library is an answer, but where do you begin to look? What do you look for? How can you be sure that you have found everything you need to know? Besides, a law library can be a very unfriendly place. Because there is no other source of such quick, condensed information available, and because the public has a basic right to know such things since the most personal aspects of their lives are governed by these laws, I decided to write this book.
The NON LAWYER'S GUIDE TO DIVORCE IN MARYLAND is designed to give a non-lawyer a basic idea of the rights, responsibilities and liabilities which arise under the current laws in Maryland governing divorce, alimony, child custody, visitation, marital property, domestic violence, and contempt and enforcement of court orders; but this book is not intended to be a substitute for the advice of an attorney for a specific case. Throughout this book I have referred to certain statutes and rules of court and I have sometimes quoted them (in fact, some ofthe more important ones are copied in the appendix at the back of this book); this is for the general background information of the reader. Where it applies, I will also sometimes refer to the fact that an area of the law, or an interpretation of the law, has come about as a result of decisions of the courts. I will not directly cite any court cases or specific decisions, however, because the interpretation of case law is often a! very technical matter and is best left to a competent attorney who has a complete knowledge of the particular facts necessary to properly apply the law to a given situation (namely, your particular facts and your special situation if you have one). You should also remember that the law changes from time to time when the courts decide new cases. With this in mind, you might not wish to attempt to file and try your own divorce case based solely upon what is written in this book; rather, it is suggested that you get the advice and assistance of your own attorney, especially when the issues are very technical. This book can be used as a general guide to help you know what questions to ask, what personal information you may need, and what can be expected generally and can be used to assist you if you decide to "do it yourself". B. A. Raum, Ellicott City, Maryland 2001
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