Q: please help layperson looking filings for appellets brief, appelle's brief and amicus. can you tell me where to look TY
example i am looking for a website or access to filings requesting appellets brief, appellee's brief amicus----example
commonweath v. Kareen johnson docket # 339,EAP 2018----- or commonwealth v. Rivera #601 MAL 2018. idont understand all this it is for my son's case. can you please direct me to proper place to obtain information?? are you able to send answer for info. on websites to help me?please note i am not an lawyer i am a layperson THANK YOU
You have courage to undertake such a difficult project. There are very knowledgeable Pennsylvania criminal defense - appeal attorneys here who are really the ones with insight into this, and they could give the best direction. But your post remains open for four days, and some law offices might be away on summer vacation, and the clock is ticking. What you describe is difficult for experienced attorneys - and you clearly want to do the best for your son. Did you consider contacting the Pennsylvania Bar Association? https://www.pabar.org/site/Probono-Services. They have a Pro Bono Hotline at 800-932-0311, ext. 2572. (volunteer attorneys). If they are not able to help, ask them if they could direct you to other organizations or resources. Good luck
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