Possession the court of appeals denied that motion so now the plantiff attorney is, telling me he will get a writ of possession against me because there is no motion for stay I would like to know if that's possible because the higher court overruled
plaintiff ordered to pay defendant attorneys fees at trial court. Plaintiff appealed for "abuse of discretion". Appellate court affirmed trial court citing no abuse of discretion and awarded respondent "costs" of appeal. plaintiff now threatening to appeal any costs or attorneys fees from the... Read more »
Unless there are some important facts left out of your question, you should simply ignore his threats. An appeal does not stay execution on a judgment. Obtain a writ of execution, record an Abstract of Judgment, and start levying on his property and bank accounts. If he wants to stay your...Read more »
As a general matter, no. While the underlying goal of obtaining a favorable outcome is common with that of the trial court, the processes are different. If you are contemplating an appeal, speak with an appellate attorney in Nevada without delay. Allowable grounds for appeals can be narrow, and the...Read more »
The process of navigating through the driver license restoration process is complex enough that you would be well served to retain an attorney. You may, for instance, be entitled to go directly to the circuit court judge, or you may need to reapply through the secretary of state - an attorney could...Read more »
They we are going to send you to this program in Beaumont for 3 months. They told me to turn myself in to the county but let me go home that day for 2 weeks but I would have to turn myself in to county on 6/3/19 and the time I sit in the county jail waiting for a bed to come open doesn't count.... Read more »
I have seen many cases where a person was arrested for DUI even though the police officer did not observe driving. And I've won many of those cases after working hard on motions to dismiss and rescind. The two most common scenarios are (1) a person suspected to have been driving a disabled...Read more »
It's possible part of your question was inadvertently left off. An attorney would need additional information about the scope of the matter and state laws you mention on which you are contemplating an appeal. You could try reposting.
Read the article I published about getting default judgments set aside. It might apply to your situation, depending on whether you were properly served. https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/how-to-get-a-default-judgment-set-aside
It sounds like the judgment might expire this year....Read more »
I am an associate dentist in Texas. I signed a do-not-compete with my previous office (a DSO) for 10 miles for 2 years after leaving (It has now been ~1/2 yr). I left due to the company trying to move me into another office (I did not agree to this per the contract) after working there ~1 year. The... Read more »
You have raised several important facts that may enable you to avoid the larger issue altogether. Hire a local lawyer in San Antonio and ask them to tell you if the way you were treated under the written employment agreement is bad enough to support a case of breach; if it is, have your lawyer try...Read more »
Promised early expungement, but new States Attorney doesn't want to grant. Plea deal was reached in Harford Circuit Court, and all components of deal were met in full and on time with no additional problems.
If you can prove the terms of the plea deal to specifically include early expungement (which all the state can do is agree not to object to it, or consent to the request, because it is up to the judge to grant such a request), then yes, you can enforce the plea agreement and block the State from...Read more »
You could check on the California Court System website. They post published and unpublished opinions in PDF formats. If you have access to one of the commercial legal databases, the high-end ones enable you to cross-reference and search under many different parameters.
The teacher has the administrative right to challenge the performance rating by the terms of the teacher's contract. There are very specific objections or challenges to the performance rating that have to be brought within strict time limits.
Mother is engaged and plans on being married 6/20/19. She has joint custody but is residential parent. Father applied for full custody and court ruled that she as to stay or custody goes to the father. There are no jobs available because this is such a small town. Does she has an appeal.
The judge did not even let me explain my side of the story. He automatically sided with the plaintiff without going over any evidence that I brought to court to present to him. I feel like I was discriminated against, but I have no idea why.
A starting point could be to contact an attorney in Mississippi for a brief consultation to review the decision and the grounds for appeal. As a general matter, keep in mind that the period in which to file appeals is generally short (in the order of days with many matters). Also keep in mind that...Read more »
If the general public has reason and proof to believe that district attorney's offices/ law enforcement are being biased in their presentment of a case to a grand jury for indictment, what can be done?
Possibly nothing. But after Indictment the Defendant must defend against the charge. Improper Grand Jury proceedings might be argued at Pre Trial, Motion for New Trial or on Appeal. Without a clear Federal or State Constitutional violation that causes prejudice, no actionable error will arise....Read more »
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