Are there any website where you can get free or affordable legal advice?

I have an idea for a website that will incorporate Google Maps. I have a question concerning the legal interpretation of Google’s Term of Service to use their Google Maps API in the very unique way I will be using it.

Yahoo answers is a little too "un-focused" on law and a little too public to post my question. Are there any sites are resources I can use for affordable legal advice from real lawyers whose answers I can trust?

You may get lucky and find an attorney who is reputable and will answer for free and save you some money. Try the electronic frontier foundation.

But remember that is their job and how they earn an income so many of them are hesitant to give free advice, also because if the "free" advice they give you doesn’t work out you could technically sue them for the "free" advice or opinion they gave you. Which of course illustrates even further why they don’t often give free advice on unique matters.

You are right to assume spending a reasonable amount on a good attorney who will research your question and give you a good answer is the right mnove. As you know when you start a business tthere will be expenses and just call this part of your business start-up expenses.

Since it’s a matter of technology maybe the E.F.F. can help you, they do great things for the online community and supporting attorneys who support them would be a good call.

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2 thoughts on “Are there any website where you can get free or affordable legal advice?

    JENNIFER

    (April 8, 2010 - 2:14 am)

    You may get lucky and find an attorney who is reputable and will answer for free and save you some money. Try the electronic frontier foundation.

    But remember that is their job and how they earn an income so many of them are hesitant to give free advice, also because if the "free" advice they give you doesn’t work out you could technically sue them for the "free" advice or opinion they gave you. Which of course illustrates even further why they don’t often give free advice on unique matters.

    You are right to assume spending a reasonable amount on a good attorney who will research your question and give you a good answer is the right mnove. As you know when you start a business tthere will be expenses and just call this part of your business start-up expenses.

    Since it’s a matter of technology maybe the E.F.F. can help you, they do great things for the online community and supporting attorneys who support them would be a good call.
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    (April 8, 2010 - 6:19 am)

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