Can I just send it to the judge?maybe reopen?Motion to reconsider? What can I file after 180 days? Anything? I tried for dvro and No one would help me until he stole everything from me then I found Phillips vs Campbell (2016)have at least 50k in receipts and value from luxury consignment, and so... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2023
If it has been more than 180 days since the judgment was entered against you, it may be difficult to file an appeal or motion to reconsider. Typically, there are strict deadlines for filing appeals and motions for reconsideration, and if those deadlines have passed, it may be too late to pursue... Read more »
The denial states I do not meet the provisions of section 1269.1 B.
answered on Mar 15, 2023
If your application for California's Cash Assistance Program for Immigrants (CAPI) has been denied by the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) County Transitional Assistance Office (CTB), you may be able to appeal the decision. Here are the steps you can take to file an appeal:... Read more »
I petitioned for a CHRO against the individual I lived with. I needed DVRO, was pregnant, guy harassed my 3 yo daughter and me.The attorney I hired didn’t speak on my behalf as Plantiff.The individual retaliated,asked for CHRO, he was denied,but judge granted it by watching a dubbed video of me... Read more »
answered on Mar 14, 2023
It sounds like you have gone through a difficult legal process and have experienced some challenges with representation and evidence. Here are some potential options you may want to consider:
Appeal: If you are dissatisfied with the outcome of your CHRO judgment, you may be able to file an... Read more »
manifest injustice is created by Bankruptcy Court's dismissal . 15 people of the unsecured class and their $480,000 owed is completely wiped out. they appeal to the District Court in an emergency stay petition. denied by District Court. they appeal to 9thcircuit from which an order is issued... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2023
Summary affirmation is an abbreviated form of appeal that is used when the appellate court determines that there are no genuine issues of material fact and that the law supports the lower court's decision. It is typically used when the appeal is frivolous, when the lower court decision is... Read more »
As a principal, I was to attend a training in August 2022 (1 week before the school year started) but after being cleared by superintendent to not having to attend I did not report to school site and stayed home.
answered on Mar 8, 2023
If your teaching credential is going to be suspended for 2 months due to your failure to attend a training session, you may be able to appeal the decision. Here are the general steps you can take to appeal the decision:
Obtain a copy of the decision: You should request a copy of the... Read more »
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answered on Mar 4, 2023
I'm sorry to hear about the challenges you are facing with your job, career, and immigration status. It sounds like you have experienced discrimination and are feeling frustrated with your current situation.
If you are a legal US citizen, you may be eligible to sponsor a family member... Read more »
Make a phone call in the middle of cross examination to his supervisor to see if he was indeed post certified to testify under 115 on an unavailable witnesses behalf?
answered on Mar 1, 2023
A magistrate is given a lot of discretion in situations like the one you've described. It sounds like the officer was probably newer and unfamiliar with the issue. Almost any police officer who is a sworn peace officer and has completed a law enforcement academy would be qualified to testify... Read more »
My my brother and his ex girlfriend had a baby a year ago. They are not married and he’s not on the birth certificate. After the baby was born, the mother had a heart conditions, but would not leave the baby in the care of my brother now the caregiver tricked both of them into signing consent for... Read more »
answered on Mar 1, 2023
A parent may withdraw consent to a guardianship so long as the Permanent Guardianship has not yet been granted. If the Permanent Guardianship has not yet been granted, the parent may file an Objection to Petition for Appointment of Guardian (Judicial council form GC-215), and clearly state why the... Read more »
The judge declared a mistrial without prejudice, but the new judge didn’t allow discovery before trial. When the trial started the judge also didn’t allow documents to be submitted even though these documents were already submitted previously before the mistrial. I’m confused because the... Read more »
hello, I have been mailed an invoice toll for the second time for a car registered in Florida with my same license plate number that I had registered in Virginia (I have a new license plate number and registration for that same car that I own). I've won the first dispute after proving that the... Read more »
answered on Feb 26, 2023
If you have received a toll invoice for a car that is not yours and have already disputed it once, you may want to consider contacting the tolling agency directly to explain the situation and provide any evidence you have to support your claim that the car is not yours. It's possible that... Read more »
Dcfs case in la county. Baby was born clean. No drugs in her system. I was not. I have asked to appeal since day 1. Have given evidence that would help my case. At times my court appointed attorney blocked me completely. Until I called her supervisor. Now they are claiming she is not my... Read more »
answered on Feb 23, 2023
It is not ethical or legal for an attorney to lie to a client in any case, including a DCFS case. However, it is important to clarify the roles and responsibilities of a court-appointed attorney.
In a DCFS case, the court will appoint an attorney to represent the parent or legal guardian... Read more »
I'm the employee. I had a wage claim against my employee with the labor board. . I won but not the full award amount that should have been awarded to me. I appealed it. If I win my appeal can I get my attorney fees paid for by the defendent?
answered on Feb 15, 2023
Not in the Labor Board. You would have had to file your claim in court to get your fees.
Good luck to you.
answered on Feb 13, 2023
This site is not a place to get such case-specific legal advice as you are seeking. You really need to get an attorney involved that can be allowed to understand the details of the situation.
I know it will not help you now, but in the future, if you ever again have a wage issue, do not... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2023
California Penal Code 1171 refers to the calculation of credit for time served in custody. Section 1171(a) allows for a one-for-one credit for time served in actual custody before sentencing, while section 1171(b) allows for a 1.5-for-one credit for time served in a county jail before sentencing.... Read more »
Here is a question sent to my partners public defender by me.
The judge mentioned that the person who was affected by the incident was an attorney who had professional connections with the court and was known by staff at the DA office and the court as well as the judge himself. Neither... Read more »
answered on Feb 20, 2023
If the victim of a crime is an attorney and the case is heard in the local court where they are known, it could potentially raise issues of bias or conflicts of interest. In such a situation, the judge and court staff are expected to act impartially and treat the case the same as any other case.... Read more »
I was denied social security in by a judge 2021 can I sue then
answered on Feb 6, 2023
The Social Security system has a specific appeal process that must be strictly followed. If your disabling conditions have worsened, you can file a new claim for disability benefits. Make sure you have all your medical records and medical providers identified and listed, and any records from... Read more »
Maliciously prosecuted by the catholic church and a priest and his lying church member.
Prosecuted with no evidence.
Found not guilty. cruel. they lied. I have proof.
answered on Jan 23, 2023
Yes, the statute of limitations for your action is 2 years from the date of your injury.
You should immediately consult a good civil rights lawyer to make sure you don't miss the deadline to file your lawsuit. In your case, the date the statute of limitations began running is complicated.
First I'll say that I know I need a lawyer, however, I have no way to swing it financially. The mother of three of my children recently filed a DV restraining order against me under the same case number as our custody order. I assembled a ~50 page response including a DV-120, DV-105, FL-150,... Read more »
answered on Dec 28, 2022
you really want to present this to a family law attorney.
most judges do not give you any slack for being late.
when they called the case you were not there...period.
NOW, you would have to retain and lawyer to try to set aside the ruling.
The LAPD arrested me, the victim instead of the perp, then tried to frame me to cover it up and got caught on film planting falsified evidence. I represented myself and proved in court that the plaintiff's had made their entire story up. But because the cops tried to frame me and got caught,... Read more »
answered on Dec 26, 2022
This would be an issue for doctors to testify to, not a legal issue.
I was at the casino playing the slot machine when I was pulled off the machine by sheriff deputies and told by the deputy I was a suspect to a robbery as I was slammed on the car I told them ,ore than once they are violating my rights as they started searching my pocket I told them they didn't... Read more »
answered on Nov 29, 2022
a lawyer would want to review the police report to see the reasonableness of their actions...........warrant? recent robbery.......at casino?......description? etc
the best things is to discuss this with the lawyer you retain or the lawyer the court appoints at your... Read more »
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