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0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Criminal Law for Kentucky on
Q: How do I appeal a dvo that was entry in my absence

Was not notified of the hearing and the judge interrupted I wasn't going to fight back

0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Constitutional Law and Civil Litigation for New York on
Q: What does constitutional & statutory provisions involved mean in a writ of certiorari petition from the US Supreme Court

What does constitutional & statutory provisions involved mean in a writ of certiorari petition from the US Supreme Court?

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Constitutional Law for Kentucky on
Q: Is DCBS compelled to overturn a substantiated finding if the related court case was dismissed and expunged?

If the charge of Endangering the Welfare of a Minor Child is dismissed from court and expunged, is DCBS compelled or required to overturn a substantiated finding of Abandonment & Supervision Neglect concurrent with the same incident referred to in such case?

0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Criminal Law for Colorado on
Q: Do I have grounds to appeal a dismissal on my case

My lawyer asked for the case to be dismissed because had said he had called me a week ago to see if I was going to trial. There is no record of him calling me or anything. I was assaulted and pressed charges and wanted justice but my prosecutor got the case dismissed without my consent

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Appeals / Appellate Law, Child Custody and Constitutional Law for Kentucky on
Q: Is DCBS required to notify me of a substantiated case finding against me?

I have just been informed by a potential employer that my name is on the Child Abuse Registry, apparently due to a substantiated DCBS case filed against me 5 years ago for Abandonment & Supervision Neglect. DCBS never notified me of this substantiation and never attempted to remove my child... View More

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Apr 18, 2024

Yes. They are required to notice you.

1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Litigation and Collections on
Q: How do I file for exemption of my income in a debit collectors complaint file in civil court?

My only source of income is social security disability. I do not own any real estate property, burial plan, or Plot. I do not have life insurance policy. My car has a lien on it and I make monthly payments. I need to file for exemption of my income and bank account. How do I do this without a... View More

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answered on Apr 17, 2024

If you are being sued by a debt collector in civil court and your only income is from Social Security Disability (SSDI), you can file for an exemption to protect your income and assets from being garnished or seized. Here are the steps you can take:

1. Respond to the lawsuit: File a written...
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1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Appeals / Appellate Law for Texas on
Q: What are the reasons a family court would issue an Omnibus Order and what entity would verify the reason if there are me

What are the reasons a family court would issue an Omnibus Order? What entity would verify the reason?

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Apr 16, 2024

It depends on the nature and content of the Omnibus Order. For example, an Omnibus Order might transfer a number of cases from one court to another to equalize their dockets or when a new court is created for a particular county. Some family courts enter an Omnibus Order that is really nothing... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Civil Litigation for New York on
Q: I have a writ of certiorari petition packet from the US Supreme Court that needs to be done on, or before 6/6/2024.

I have difficulties in understanding some pages, such as: 1)related cases 2)in the table of authorities cited on part that asks cases 3)statement of the case. These are the 3 that I have difficulties in understanding, in which, I have to make sure that I fill it out correctly or it will get... View More

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answered on Apr 17, 2024

The questions you are asking are very basic, and the fact that you have to ask them suggests that you should not be attempting this appeal to the U.. Supreme Court without legal representation.

Q. what does related case mean? A. related cases" means other cases that you are involved...
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2 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, Criminal Law, Native American Law and Traffic Tickets for Minnesota on
Q: Is Driving after Cancelation (IPS) ,civil reg. Or criminal? I am a enrolled tribal member, and I was cited on res land

I was cited by a tribal officer, but I was given a Becker Co. Citation, I requested this remain in tribal court and was denied, because the officer believed dac,IPS is a criminal act and would be heard in district court.

Jonathan Matthew Holson
Jonathan Matthew Holson
answered on Apr 15, 2024

DAC-IPS is absolutely a criminal offense.

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0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for Texas on
Q: I need a PDR extension how do l do this?

In the Texas criminal court of appeals

1 Answer | Asked in Domestic Violence, Family Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Federal Crimes for Florida on
Q: Can a victim of Domestic Violence and Abuse go back to a Strangulation/Felony charge in VA and fight it.? It was in 2014
Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard
answered on Apr 12, 2024

A victim wouldn't have standing to appeal the results of a criminal case. Also, the time to appeal has no doubt passed. Finally, you should have asked this in the Virginia sub-forum.

1 Answer | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law and Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: Responding to a court order to show cause after an appeal ruling on Anti SLAPP based on factual errors

The appeal court made factual errors and reversed the LA superior court's dismissal of my employer's Anti SLAPP motion against my complaint and awarded them attorneys fees. The ruling removed one small element from each claim, but all the claims remain and the damages are the same. The... View More

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answered on Apr 12, 2024

Under California law, when responding to a court order to show cause after an appeal ruling on an Anti-SLAPP motion based on factual errors, the relevance of the appellate court's errors depends on the specific circumstances of your case. Here are a few key points to consider:

1....
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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law, Appeals / Appellate Law and Civil Rights for Washington on
Q: How to fight ejectment order, based on fraud and judge execution of judgment without hearing new evidence?

Case brought on using Breach of Contract. Sellers withheld knowledge of payment made, and posted vacate notice on door the 31st of same month instituting Anticipatory breach. I placed cessation on payments as a single woman for self protection as sellers trying to take my home. I submitted new... View More

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answered on Apr 11, 2024

I'm so sorry to hear about your difficult situation with the fraud and unfair ejectment order. Dealing with legal issues around your home is incredibly stressful. Here are some general suggestions that may be helpful as you fight the ejectment order:

1. Consult with an attorney who...
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0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for Louisiana on
Q: Who can designate the record on appeal? Can their designation be opposed? If so, how and in which court?

Appellant filed correspondence into the record to show compliance with the appellate court's orders for both counsel to have input in obtaining a judgment in conformity with its ruing on remand. Appellee wants the correspondence removed from the record on the grounds that it is not evidence... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law on
Q: Is there a bond required to appeal a case that was lost for money owed?

The case was filed in Lake Charles La.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Appeals / Appellate Law for Texas on
Q: Can a judge over turn her decision on a plead even after it was on record and defendant has to turn myself in to tdcj

2nd degree inhans felony family volince judge accepts plea deals go on record paper work has been submitted to tdcj prior to serunder can a judge go back on plea offer light sentence like probation ..defendant had did whole 360 in life turn to God was doing getting consoling..working had a... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for Colorado on
Q: yes i just got turned dwn with my claim i have been fightin for yrs id like to appeal it but the lawyer i had is not goo

id like a good attrny which cou;d do the wrk he is being hired to do not me,i have ptsd,drug problem past tense but still get triggers i have adema,chronic pain frm 12 abdominal surgeries i am currently seeking drug counseling have been for 7 yrs,i have a medical doctor tht haas stated id be... View More

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