he said I need to get another attorney cause he doesn't like losing I only had two days left after he informed me that he wouldn't be handling my case cause he doesn't have time, I found out online that my case had been affirmed.
From prison shortly after. I notified both the eleventh circuit and the US Attorney of my release address. A month later the US Attorney mailed me a certificate of interested person's with an appellate case number (18-13559-E). I have since heard nothing from the courts or US Attorney. It has... Read more »
Call the Clerk of Court in the court of your case. Most information like this is publicly available, so the Clerk of Court can answer any questions about the status of your case. Be sure you have the case number, if that's available to you.
First, I am not a Colorado lawyer. That being said, I think your question is "how do I file a notice of appeal." If your case is in State court then, generally, you file a notice of appeal in the trial court. Along with the notice is any fee required to file. And generally, the notice of...Read more »
First, I am not a NC attorney. That being said, I suppose you could file another motion for a temporary stay. But that motion will probably be denied as the first one was, unless you can show a material change in your favor.
First, I am not a Texas attorney. That being said, generally there is no evidence presented at the appellate level. The case proceeds from a final judgment of the trial court and whatever evidence was presented there.
Due to ongoing disputes with my neighbor and family members, I used my concealed to carry gun on my property. This was my first offense. My bail was excessive and the harassment in jail was unbearable so I plead guilty to 23 1/2 months and fours of probation. I would like to appeal my case,... Read more »
I don't know if any restitution you have paid can be refunded to you, if you have won on appeal. Perhaps you need to file a motion with the trial court, attached the appellate decision, and request a hearing.
First, I am not a CA lawyer. But as I recall, the Supreme Court of CA is the state's highest appellate court. If that's correct, the only option available is to appeal to the US Supreme Court--by writ of certiorari in the first instance.
Defendant was indicted on charge for poss.of g2 cs 1-4g’s. After a year & a 1/2 of rescheduling court dates, prosecutor offered a plea bargain that was reluctantly accepted by defendant after advise from court appointed counsel.
Defendant believes counsel was overwhelmed &... Read more »
First, I am not a Texas lawyer. But I believe that the initial procedure you should explore is a motion before the trial court to nullify your plea. I would assume that in the questions you were asked before entering that plea, is that you have given up any right to appeal. So the first thing is to...Read more »
I filed a civil case in small claims court against a door company for poor installation. We had a zoom conference and the judge could not hear me so he dismissed the case. I called the court and was told to file a motion, which I did, and due to the fact the post office having problems having... Read more »
First I am not a SC attorney. But generally a case from out of state (by it Georgia, or elsewhere) do NOT bind the South Carolina courts. It can be persuarive authority but the South Carolina courts do not have to follow it.
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.
I don't have the required information to answer this question. An "appeal with the State"? And "concrete evidence that you should never even filed one in the first place"? The question makes no sense to me. And I don't know any procedure for a "fraudulent...Read more »
I was sued by my ex over a dog that we adopted while together but has lived with me 90% of the time since we separated. For the eight years since we separated, I would let him take the dog from time to time but never more than a week and usually just a few days. He’s lived in the same place since... Read more »
I don't have the details of this question. Check the PA appellate rules, but generally speaking if the appellee does submit a brief, or does not submit a timely brief, the appellee loses the right to proceed with oral argument AND perhaps the court would not even READ the appellee's brief.
If the defendant is appealing a portion of a summary judgement and if you lose the appeal you want to appeal the entire summary judgement, can you just file an answer to their appeal on the portion, or would you have to file an entirely new appeal. Regarding Louisiana civil procedure.
First, I am not a South Carolina lawyer. However, I suppose a person will file a "criminal appeal" the same way as one would file any other appeal. The rule of thumb is to file a notice of appeal within 30 days of the trial court's final judgment--in criminal cases that's...Read more »
I'm looking at a possible interlock extension in Colorado I want to appeal my hearing because one of my events my BAC read as follows: At 7:34 my bac was .058, at 7:36 my bac was .053, at 7:42 my bac was .049, at 7:45 my bac was .043. I thought it was a false positive because I had just ate.... Read more »
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