First, I am not an Alabama lawyer. That being said, of course you can appeal--but what are the issues on appeal. Did you advance a defense of justifiable assault or a similar defense. Was this a jury trial or a bench trial. And was a final judgment issued as yet?
An Alabama attorney could best advise, but you await a response for four weeks. From your description, this looks like a matter related to termination and eligibility for unemployment benefits. You could repost and add Employment Law as a category, or you could reach out to Alabama employment...Read more »
I purchased land from my family in 1989. I mortgaged and paid it off in 2006. When I paid it off I discovered my mother had forged my name on a deed and recorded it in 1996 when I had a severe car wreck. I demanded she deed it to me and she refused. I could not afford a lawyer as I became disabled.... Read more »
First I am not an Alabama lawyer. That being said, I don't think you should initiate parallel litigation by filing an adverse possession lawsuit, but I think that you should file a motion with the lower court to "stay the judgment." That is, just filing an appeal does not ordinarily...Read more »
If you didnt receive adequate representation by your court appointed attorney,wasnt fully aware of what this agreement meant,district attorneys office lost evidence,attorney was "too busy" to show up for my arraignment, court clerk alters my plea agreement after it was signed and judge approved it
It would depend on what the matter involves; your posted categories cover several areas. Find an attorney who handles appeals in the area that your case involves. You could look up attorneys on this site or through your own independent searches. Without knowing anything about the subject matter of...Read more »
During the time my husband was serving time in Georgia, he missed 2 court appearances in Alabama. Alabama now has him being held for extradition in the grounds of fugitive of justice. His time served in Georgia was ended on 3/24/19, However, Georgia is saying they can hold him as long as Alabama... Read more »
You could have possibly saved your husband a considerable amount of jail tome if you would have hired an attorney in Alabama when he was serving his sentence. The attorney could have had your husband transferred to Alabama undwr the Interstate Agreement on Detainers.
Issues with DHR, I want my kids back and I want them out of my life. I still don't know the results of their investigation they began in February. Never received a letter of indicating or not indicating child abuse/neglect. Never failed their drug test, they have been harassing me. Filed for... Read more »
Forced to sell our jointly owned marital new home by court.Judge stopped my alimony, I became hungry,etc. House payments and upkeep all mine. Unemployed,recent knee surgery, court said I would be in contempt if not sold in 120 days. This order dated Nov 1. Not real estate agt.
I can't understand from your question where you are in the appellate process. You spouse could not have remarried with a pending appeal. THe appeal stays the final order. You need to try to ask this again.
He sent certified letter and never received it. I was handed the letter while in court it was a return to sender. I asked for more time was granted, Court never sent papers of hearing for later date, and never received info on the matter. Was told by ex-husband I missed court on September 6th 2017... Read more »
If a Trustee serving under a trust agreement becomes incapable of serving in his or her role, a beneficiary can petition a court to remove that Trustee and replace them with a successor Trustee pursuant to the terms of the document. If the document has no provisions for a successor or if, for...Read more »
He said a 4th amendment violation would not hold up in musical court, that I needed to do a supersedes bond and go to 12 man jury. He explained that I would need to pay my bondsman 10% of the bond fee, which was $75 for each charge, which was 2, and he would take care of the paperwork. I had 14... Read more »
The answer is no, you can't. The deadline for filing a notice of appeal is jurisdictional. That means if it is not filed within the time alotted the court to which you are trying to appeal is without jurisdiction to hear the case and there is nothing that can be done about that. Officially,...Read more »
The dealer represented that a car had only been listed as used because the owner of the dealership used it for a short period of time & knowing that the owner had intentions of selling the car, I assumed that it was well taken care of. I was originally interested in a new car but a taken care... Read more »
My former employer has retained 3rd party help to represent them at the hearing. I assume they are lawyers. Do I need legal representation for this hearing? Also, I live in Alabama, but it is the OESC that is handling my claim.
Although Unemployment Insurance appeal hearings are typically less formal than a court setting, you could be at a considerable disadvantage if your employer has representation and you do not. The third party representing your employer is not necessarily an attorney, as non-lawyers are usually...Read more »
The trial judge cannot deny a request for an appeal. The trial judge can deny a Rule 59 motion to alter amend or vacate which always comes before an appeal. Appeals in civil actions must be made to the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals within 42 days after the judgment of the Court.
Your 'child father?' Is that the same as a 'baby daddy?' There are some technical rules about what kind of notice needs to be filed in order to appeal a decision and where it needs to be filed. Sometimes it matters where and when the notice is filed, and sometimes it...Read more »
A Lot. TPR means "Termination of Parental Rights." Your question makes it look like your parental rights have been terminated. Termination of parental rights is a pretty drastic remedy, usually undertaken by Alabama's Department of Human Resources (rather than private individuals)...Read more »
In most situations, you cannot appeal a guilty plea. However, there are certain exceptions that exist. Whenever possible, the first step in appealing a guilty plea is to file a motion to withdraw the guilty plea first. This has to be filed within 30 days of sentencing in order for the trial court...Read more »
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