She won a 15k judgment based on nothing but lies. We have to pay 10k just for floors and walls to be painted when they look EXACTLY like they did when we moved in. We didn’t have pictures in court but now we do (we dug through our camera rolls and found tons) we moved in and the floors were awful... View More
First, I am not an Ohio lawyer. That being said, an appeal is always an option. Check the court rules about when you must note an appeal, and the next steps after that. It seems from your story that you might have an appeal issue.
I do not have ANY SUBSTANCE ABUSE problem. My last drink was on July 4 of 2021! I have never been involuntary admitted to any substance abuse facility. I don’t use any drugs at all either and I haven’t In well over a year. I want to appeal the decision but I’m not sure what to do or if I need... View More
There is not an appeal "question" in this post. I am not a NC lawyer, but if you truly want to appeal the decision, I would recommend legal representation. A core issue to be addressed on appeal is why do you need a pistol permit.
Ordinarily, no. The conviction is the conviction. Perhaps, if the result on appeal is a vacating of the conviction, then maybe you are at square one--but the double jeopardy clause can perhaps be applied in that scenario.
Hearing May 2021 awarding father joint custody after moving with a distance of childrens school. Father does, begins joint. Mother appeals courts decision. Appeals court reversed in part, affirmed in part. Reversed the distance requirement but agreed custody should have changed but without the... View More
Usually, no. There is no "compensation" just because you have succeeded in your appeal. But there may be other avenues for damages or compensation, upon the dismissal of your case based on your success on appeal. But I'm not a Texas attorney.
I don't understand this question. Ordinarily, there is no appeal for just a power of attorney. Any appeal must come after a hearing or a trial and is directed to alleged errors that the trial court committed...
Going To appeal the denied motion to set aside default judgment. Can I use the trial transcript from the motion to reconsider as evidence in my appeals case? In this instance, comments made by the judge and the plaintiff in that hearing would be highly beneficial to my appeal and should further... View More
First, I am not a North Carlonia attorney. But from your question, the answer is YES. The appellate court usually receives the entire record from the trial court--including any transcript (assuming you have ordered them). So the transcript of the motion for reconsideration or any other transcript...View More
the circuit court is ignoring the ruling. this was done on May 4 2021. so that the defendant could possibly get some relief from the prison sentence. The states attorney was called and asked why they were not getting the defendant back in court for this ruling, he said it's the... View More
Sorry, i'm a brazilian masters student conducting legal comparative studies about post-final judgment remedies. I've seen rule 60 (FRCP) allows relief from judgment on excepcional grounds, but apparently it only applies to the final judgment of the trial court. Could a party try to obtain... View More
That's an interesting question. Without some research, I would say that the answer is no. But there's always a petition for en banc review in the federal appellate system, that is also a "relief" from a final judgment (decision) of the initial three-judge panel. But that has a time limit.
I accused of stalking after argument with woman at a Target store in Bradenton, Florida. “Stalking” here was printed materials & items posted online w/pictures from woman’s public Facebook page. I never contacted or attempted to contact this person. No physical evidence tying me this.... View More
First, I am not a TN lawyer. However, I agree with the previous answer. Usually, an appeal alone does not stop the trial court's judgment nor an enforcement of that judgment. A motion to stay the judgment must be filed, generally requiring a bond. But check your appellate rules as to when a...View More
I hired a former district attorney to represent me in a federal criminal matter. He did not disclose to me that he was not admitted to practice in federal court. In reviewing my file for appeal I found a notice from the Government to the Court stating that he was not admitted to practice. Neither... View More
First, I am not a MS lawyer. But generally, you file a notice of appeal with the trial court, stating that you would like to appeal the judgment of the trial court to the appropriate appellate court. The form is simple, just the case number and case number, and a brief statement about noticing the...View More
First of all, I am not a GA attorney. That being said, if this was a criminal proceeding, you have 30 days from sentencing. Regardless, it's 30 calendar days not 30 business days for an appeal. You could still file a motion for new trial with trial court, however, that motion --generally--will...View More
I recently was awarded a win in a civil suit that was assigned to arbitration. The plaintiff has filed an appeal. Will the case be heard for any reason? No matter what they will get their trial they're asking for? Or does Arizona have rules like the federal government does regarding the only... View More
I appealed the denial of a motion to suppress in my criminal case. The briefs were filed and the case submitted to appeals on September 21. I read the decision must be made in 90 days. What happens when they don't?
The mother of my bfs daughter has been trying to change the last name of his 3yo daughter to her new married name. He first received a letter in the mail regarding this motion in Sept. The letter only indicated the time, date, and virtual hearing link. It was in Oct 2021 and he showed up to find... View More
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