The brief should be "spiral bound" along the left margin. Staples are not accepted. Any quality copy center or brief printer should be able to help you. And if you are the appellant--the brief cover must be yellow, as well as the record extract. The brief should be printed on ONLY one...View More
I like to know whether i should file a new suit or the entire case filed earlier will continue since the md court of special appeals vacated and remanded the judgment for further proceedings. I will obviously need to hire an attorney going forward. Yet i like to know my available recourse
With a remand for further proceedings, you should not have to do anything. The circuit court will get the case back from appellate court, and the circuit court case will start up again. You should receive notice when that should happen.
Usually, the notice of appeal is just that. A simple two sentence notice, with the case caption and signature and certificate of service. But in the information report or case summary report which usually has a strict deadline, that information is required.
First, I am not a New York attorney. But if you have already agreed to a settlement, my impression is that you have also agreed to waive your appeal rights. However, I am not privy to the settlement documentations-- perhaps the appeal rights were not addressed. The fact that your attorney was on...View More
This is an abuse and neglect case. My rights were terminated, on appeal, the wv supreme court vacated the termination and remanded the case. Now the circuit court is making the same reversible error the sc remanded the case for. Will they remand it again with the same opinion? I'm worried my... View More
Our landlord never fixed anything in the building we were renting for our business and we couldn't open. Back at Covid, he told us not to worry about rent "until we were up and going". The roof was leaking and ruining the carpet with mold and the AC/heat never worked. We ran a sports... View More
First, I am not a North Carolina lawyer. But if you think the civil jury was prejudiced, you possibly could appeal that ONLY IF you or your trial counsel made an objection to the makeup or composition of the jury AND the trial judge overruled that objection. The appeal process is usually focused on...View More
During the appeal case, my landlord attempted to have me removed from the property because the original case was in her favor for restitution of the apartment. I filed for emergency motions to stay because I had appealed the case and motions to stay was ordered I paid a bond of $250 once I paid... View More
I am not an Arizona lawyer. However, you should respond to the appeal, a short brief on your behalf responding to original brief will do. Check the AZ appellate rules regarding format and filing of briefs.
I regret that your question did not contain enough information to formulate an answer. For example, what is the case about? You said you have filed your "arguments"--that still does not give me enough information. And can you appeal--still not enough information...
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