The rules regarding practice before the Court of Appeals are located in the California Rules of Court. They are complex, and there are filing deadlines that are very strict- if you do not file on time, your appeal is dismissed. The Civil Code sections you cite are for the time to bring an action...Read more »
while being questioned by a kohls investigator, about a stalking incident, def stated he never saw or met the victims b4 said incident. def was arrested for giving a false statement, due to a video survailance showing him talking to victims 2 weeks prior. def. state he sincerely didnot remember the... Read more »
Something tells me that you don't have the facts straight. First, a Kohls investigator does not work for the government, so a statement to a private individual is not a statement to the government. Next, your facts indicate that the Court of Appeals considered your arguments about the false...Read more »
That's not an easy question to answer without more details. Further appeals focus more on the application of the law to your case as opposed to "not seeing the facts your way". As such, the quality of the written decision and the way the judge conducted the proceedings are of...Read more »
the bills and utilities werent added to the final total awarded. would i be safe to appeal and get the remainder of the money owed to me? or would i be able to file another small claims, and go through it that way?
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, it could depend on context. What type of case was it? Were those elements material and significant? What was the error or oversight resulting in their omission? Was the evidence withheld?...Read more »
after found guilty ,ordered to pay by certain date , 90 days jailed without bond ,is that considered a final decision? - .judge did not sign case as final, untill after the arrest was made-after did not pay - by date given - . clerks office explain can not appeal case, not signed by judge as... Read more »
First, I am not a VA attorney. That said, I do not think you have a final judgment, yet. I assume that you were found "guilty" of civil contempt, and I assume that was for not paying child support. Unless a finding of civil contempt is separately appealable (by VA statute or rule) that is...Read more »
I have 6 days to filed and it's a civil case and my proof never was given to the court or did my attorney exchange information with the other attorney. Also my attorney lied and said I was out of country for 2 weeks and cant do any deposition or arbitration of any, and my attorney ask to... Read more »
If your case was not properly presented because of your trial attorney's missteps and perhaps other related issues, that could be some of your issues on appeal. That is, among your claims for relief before the appellate court, is to have your case remanded to the trial court to hear your side....Read more »
This court order stemmed from my appeal of a Motor Vehicle decision to suspend my license when receiving out of state information. I am finding it hard to have such information on immediate search engines when my name is "searched". It is affecting my ability to obtain the level of... Read more »
This is actually an area of specialization. However, briefly, if you are within 30 days of the supported finding of abuse or neglect you can ask for a fair hearing and if the finding is adverse at the fair hearing, then the Superior Court would be involved if an appropriate appeal of the hearing...Read more »
Was that I got sick with no insurance but I did go to my local clinic to get checked out..remind you this was the time when the covid-19 pandemic began...I was told not to return till I got a doctor's note to verify that I did not have covid-19. In which I did so from my local clinic.. Is it... Read more »
The judge is going to ask you: Why did you wait 20 years to challenge that you are not the father? Why didn't you do that 20 years ago? If you look back at the original order it no doubt says that you are the father in the original order. If you were not the original father, it should...Read more »
The appellate court usually then issues a schedule of briefing deadlines. But please check your appellate rules for the correct briefing schedule. If you get a briefing schedule, be sure to follow it. If you are the appellant, serious consequences can result if your brief is not filed on or before...Read more »
I was at university during the spring and once covid took over, I was online, it was difficult for me to resist the temptation to quickly get an answer. I tried my best to learn the material correctly but knowing I could just look it up made it difficult for me to learn properly. I blame covid... Read more »
I don't have a direct answer at all. But, just so you get a sense for how school staff treat students involved in disciplinary actions (these mostly deal with a spectrum of sexual behaviors) check out all that I regularly blog about. You may well come out with a view that whether or not you...Read more »
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