These judgements I never knew existed until I applied for an FHA loan. The oldest released in '98 and only has my SS# on it with my brother's name and his wife. Other judgements I can't make heads and tails out of. Would these fall under statute of limitations and how can I remove... View More
It depends on what you mean by judgments. Are these court case judgments? If so, you may need to review the court file(s) to see what you could do to challenge them at this time. Are these on your credit report? Sometimes things get improperly reported and you can send in proof to the credit...View More
appeal was rewarded due to inability of affectiveness of counsel i was never notified due to being informed of denial by attorney which in fact was not true i was actually awarded my appeal and never knew
If you are successful on appeal, the Appellate court can do a number of things. For example, the appellate court can send back to the trial court for further hearing or the appellate court can issue a new final ruling without further hearing. What your options are depending on what specifically...View More
If you are successful on appeal, the Appellate court can do a number of things. For example, the appellate court can send back to the trial court for further hearing or the appellate court can issue a new final ruling without further hearing. What your options are depend on what specifically...View More
There are multiple mitigating circumstances that weren't considered and I have multiple character witnesses and evidence of how I treat my patients. I was in a room with another co-worker when the alleged abuse took place. We were dressing a confused and agitated resident for dinner and she... View More
He is entitled to a pro bono attorney through the public defender's office. At the first hearing, the Court will ask him if he can afford an attorney. If he says no, the Court will appoint him an attorney pro bono from the public defender's office.
The Court can order one party to pay another party's attorney fees and appeals court can change that decision on appeal. What is due between the attorney and the client depends on what is in the fee agreement between the client and attorney. Unless the agreement is for a contingent fee...View More
Dec 31=1 yr case. Lots of details, very little action by public defender-1st issue. Online finding statutes/cases trying to educate myself. 2nd-2 cases all hearings same day same time. Literally didn't even realize 2nd case for 5/6 months.
Older son-behaviors applied for several... View More
Sometimes when a parent has done everything they can but a child is still not safe in their home, the Court will find the person guilty of no fault neglect so that the child can receive services. This is especially common when one child needs to be placed outside of the home as the siblings...View More
I had suppression hearing and state got continuance 4 days before hearing because one of the witness troopers had vacation? Then blizzard happened day of and before hearing roads were nearly impassable and my witnesses were not able to make hearing and wasn't allowed continuance for them and... View More
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