I asked what the process was for an appeal and was told I could appeal using NRS233B.130. What type of lawyer do I need?
answered on May 28, 2022
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to attorneys who handle government/administrative law (which you've already chosen), education law, professional license/certificate matters, civil litigation, and probably a few other... Read more »
What type of lawyer do I need?
answered on May 11, 2022
You want an Admin. Law attorney but we are unable to assist you at this time, so you can call your local County Bar Association (Clark County, etc.) and secure a referral to qualified legal representation. However, I wanted to caution that you are required to file within 30 days of the adverse... Read more »
answered on May 9, 2022
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a month. The issues of the question are not fully clear. There's no guarantee every question here is picked up, but you could add a few categories and repost. That might improve your chances of an attorney in the relevant... Read more »
answered on Aug 10, 2021
You have 10 days to file an appeal of a summary eviction action in Nevada. I recommend retaining counsel to help you navigate the appeal and comply with time and procedural requirements.
answered on Nov 8, 2020
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks and time is very much of the essence when it comes to appeals. Unlike statutes of limitations or notices of claims, where deadlines can be in the order of years or months, timelines for appeals, as a GENERAL MATTER... Read more »
answered on Sep 21, 2020
I attempted to answer this question earlier. CALL the clerk of the appellate court, that's the first thing you should do.
How am I supposed to know what’s going on
answered on Sep 21, 2020
First, I am not a Nevada lawyer. That being said, were you represented by an attorney in the court below? If so, and if your attorney has not yet withdrawn his/her appearance, perhaps the appellate court is sending the information to your (former) attorney. If that's the case, your (former)... Read more »
I have 6 days to filed and it's a civil case and my proof never was given to the court or did my attorney exchange information with the other attorney. Also my attorney lied and said I was out of country for 2 weeks and cant do any deposition or arbitration of any, and my attorney ask to... Read more »
answered on Jul 7, 2020
If your case was not properly presented because of your trial attorney's missteps and perhaps other related issues, that could be some of your issues on appeal. That is, among your claims for relief before the appellate court, is to have your case remanded to the trial court to hear your side.... Read more »
I want to sue the state of Nevada does the Attorney General have to help me represent me if I can't find an attorney that will does she have to appoint special counsel
answered on Jun 19, 2020
A Nevada attorney could best advise here, but your post remains open for two weeks. As a general matter across the nation, the state attorneys general do represent citizens. But that role is something more in the form of advising lawmakers or enforcing laws. The office isn't thought of as an... Read more »
How does my vet find how to challenge their ruling.
Without going to court.
answered on Dec 20, 2016
In both state and federal courts, the rule is that an appeal is based on the trial record (evidence, jury instructions, legal decisions, etc.) and new facts cannot be introduced at the appellate level unless it was impossible to have presented them before the lower court.
answered on Dec 20, 2016
It means there is no more live controversy for the court to decide, so that a decision on the reconsideration request is no longer necessary.
answered on Oct 18, 2015
A lot more facts need to be known in order to answer this question.
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