I was a passenger in a car. We were initially stopped by 2 city officers for the window tint. We're were immediately pulled out of the vehicle and searched. I had to tiny pieces of weed in my pocket. Not even a gram .2 grams to be exact. I plead not guilty. The judge set me a court date. Once... Read more »
They can if you ended up pleaded guilty or were found guilty by the court. The good news, though, is that at the of this the 6 months, your record will be expunged and it will not even show up on your record. The bad news is that you only get one bite at the apple when it comes to getting...Read more »
The short answer to your question is YES. The (Mississippi) Supreme Court or the US Supreme Court can deny a request for relief with just a short order saying that. The US Supreme Court denies petitions for a writ of certiorari just that way. No explanation.
Your brother will have 30 days to file a Notice of Appeal. Although your brother has the right to file an appeal on his own, it is advisable to hire an attorney to assist him with this so that he does not miss deadlines and/ or other rules that are in place for appeals.
First of all, I am not a Mississippi lawyer. That being said, your question has a simple and yet nuanced answer. You didn't describe "he" and you didn't describe what court--State or Federal. However, the simple answer is, usually, 30 calendar days from the final judgment. (That...Read more »
You need to contact an employment law attorney. You could add Employment Law to the Appeals/Appellate you already selected, or contact attorneys directly, either through this site (Find a Lawyer) or through your independent searches. Good luck
The judge did not even let me explain my side of the story. He automatically sided with the plaintiff without going over any evidence that I brought to court to present to him. I feel like I was discriminated against, but I have no idea why.
A starting point could be to contact an attorney in Mississippi for a brief consultation to review the decision and the grounds for appeal. As a general matter, keep in mind that the period in which to file appeals is generally short (in the order of days with many matters). Also keep in mind that...Read more »
You will need to consult an attorney. If I am understanding your question correctly, your brother was indicted and sentenced under a particular Mississippi statute, and is what is called an 83-habitual offender, meaning that he has particular felonies in his background which, when combined with his...Read more »
My issue is that I borrowed $1,000 from a loan place and it was a 90 day no interest. I was a few days late on the payment and they said that I had defaulted on the loan. So I just continued the monthly payments. I ended up in the hospital having a baby and was unable to make the payment because I... Read more »
The person that set me up is now willing to tell the truth about how she set me up becouse her mother wanted me locked away. Was begged for over a half an hour. Told her didnt want to do it multiple times. Wouldnt stop begging. Finaly did it so i woild be left alone. Got me giving her $20 worth of... Read more »
In some instances a felony or minor in possession charges can be expunged. Expungement removes “all records relating to an arrest, indictment, trial, and finding of guilt, in order to restore one to the status occupied prior thereto….” Stallworth v. State, 160 So. 3d 1161, 1163 (Miss. 2015)....Read more »
Lower Court ruling is over turned by Appeals Court. If MS Supreme Court doesn't hear case, will the Lower Court judge allow new testimony to be presented or will the judge only revise the ruling on the trial that was over ruled?
The court of appeals denied me due to me not providing them with a transcript from my first trial,, they felt they couldn't connect the gaps.. but on motion for rehearing they learn a transcript from my first trial doesn't exist due to the abrupt termination of my trial.. what happens then..?
You must look to the rules of appellate procedure in your state.
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