A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could check with a landlord tenant attorney or repost your question under that category. You posted under Appeals/Appellate, which makes sense, but Landlord-Tenant could be closer to your matter. Good luck
As a father I was awarded 100% custody of our two young children through a domestic violence injunction order. Mother responded with a petition for paternity. I wasn't able to afford legal representation for trial on September 29th and somewhat poorly represented myself and the interest of our... View More
Technically, you should follow whatever the judge orders, even if it is verbal. The written order should match what was said verbally. If you have an issue with what you should do then you must return to court to ask for clarification. If you have concerns about the children missing school when...View More
After a case is remanded from the AAO to the USCIS, the timeframe for USCIS to issue a new decision can vary. Factors affecting this timeframe include the complexity of the case, the volume of cases the USCIS office is handling, and any additional evidence or clarifications needed. For an I-140...View More
1)What actually constitutes as 'excusable neglect?' 2)What would be an instance where newly discovered evidence would accepted by the court? 3) What is typically defined as 'misconduct' under such provisions
'Excusable neglect' is generally understood as a failure to timely perform a required act due to circumstances beyond the person's control. For instance, it could be caused by unforeseen personal emergencies or even miscommunications with counsel.
Boyfriend at the time stole my purse and sold food stamps to 4 different people on the same day same store they have punished me for 3 years where I couldn't get food stamps at all no place on the country i went hungry alot was homeless alot too I moved to Florida to get away from those people... View More
I don't know what "dss" means, but in any case, a question on a NC limitations period must be asked of a NC attorney. Since your inquiry is indicated to be from Sebring, Fla., mostly Fla. attorneys (like me) will see your post. Also, legal advice on the filing deadline specific to...View More
Please reach out to Florida licensed attorneys who practice criminal appeals for a consultation, many offer them at no cost. There are simply too many variables in your statement, and after a defendant enters a plea, their appeal options are limited. Even more limited after they are sentenced.
I am looking to appeal my case that was just closed yesterday 8/15/2023. I filed pro se against my former employer for disability discrimination. My claim was dismissed for failure to state a claim with prejudice. I feel that I have all the evidence needed to prove discrimination... View More
To search for an attorney who handles appeals in Miami, FL, you can try the Find a Lawyer tab at the top of this Justia page and input "appeal" in the subject field and "Miami, FL" in the location field, or you can contact the Florida Bar Lawyer Referral Service - see...View More
Being sued for property damages that where authorized y Sheriffs office in Jacksonille Fl.Judge did not allow me to defend myself or show documentations that showed the reason of my actions....its was put boots on truck while was asleep
In order to receive advice on whether the judge acted properly or improperly in your case, as well as what can be done if the he/she acted improperly, you need to schedule a consultation with an attorney. Whether a judge can refuse to review items of evidence depends on various factors, including...View More
Are they still entitled to 7500 or 25 percent? I'm looking at getting $22,000 and it doesn't seem right that they only spent maybe 19 hours total on the case and I did all of the work for them to get that much.
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It could depend on the terms of your agreement with the attorney. Without seeing the retainer, it would be difficult for anyone to evaluate. Good luck
I currently have a restraining order placed on me two years ago, but the other party has been contacted me, and even visited my apartment. I feel that the restraining order is unjustified,as the other party can't prove they fear for their life .
You may be able to file a Motion to Dissolve the Injunction. You should consult with an attorney regarding the specific facts of your case to determine if you meet the burden required to dissolve the injunction. Contact your local legal aid center for assistance.
I pose this question w/ no pretense @ all- just need %100 clarity as it seems even when it appears matters are written, notarised etc. there usually seems to be some legal loophole or recourse despite being' final'..
You should contact the Bureau of Administrative Review, in Florida, to determine if your NV class will meet the requirements of Florida’s DUI level 1 school. Unless you live or work in a Florida County, you are prohibited from taking the FL DUI level 1 class. Thus, out of State classes should be...View More
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