First, I am not a Virginia lawyer. That being said, there is just no way to know what the "success rate" is on appeal. Every case is different. But generally, the chance of winning on appeal is 15/20% if that. I can estimate the chances of winning a given case if I had more background.
A Florida attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. It could be difficult for someone to offer their legal services here - the format is more Q & A than lawyer referral service. Here's a link to a page on this site with Florida Family Legal Aid & Pro Bono...Read more »
Hi, I won an appeal on a default judgement case for my motion to set aside the default judgement, which was denied in the lower court. The appellate court remanded the case to the lower court for an evidentiary hearing. Recently the plaintiff has scheduled a hearing on my original motion to set... Read more »
First, I am not a Tennessee lawyer. That being said, whatever are the issues you intend to raise on appeal, the time to appeal is the same. Usually, it's 30 days from the final judgment of the court below. Once the appeal is noted, when you file your brief, you can raise the issue of subject...Read more »
I lost a court case and ordered by the judge to pay back the legal fees of the plaintiff for $20,000. I want to appeal my case. If I appeal and lose will I have to pay twice as much as the original judgement- $40,000? Or would I still pay the $20,000 of the original judgement? Will I have to pay... Read more »
First, I am not an Illinois lawyer. That being said, if you lose your appeal, I would think you would have to pay the original judgment PLUS interest at the legal rate. I don't think you are required to pay the opposite party's legal fees incurred on appeal.
I was at a traffic light turning left waiting for it to turn green. I zone out. I was not moving. Officer put his siren on and pull me over. He was very angry with me and said I'm going to give u a ticket. He did. I start work at 2am and was in the company truck.
It depends on whether you were actually the subject of the warrant or you have been mistaken for the person on the warrant. There should be some additional information such as DOB, height, weight, etc. The name issue can be cured by issuing a new warrant with the correct name.
In law, a dog is a chattel (an animal that constitutes property). If you leave the scene of an accident involving property damage and fail to contact either the owner of the property or law enforcement in Indiana, you commit Class B Misdemeanor which is punishable by a fine of $1,000 and/or...Read more »
she married some other man while being married to me and lived with him in Texas, then came the theatrics dragging me into court on a divorce she filed for in March 07, the court completely ignoring my request to dismiss. court attorney and wife persuade me to sign divorce papers tell me its final... Read more »
An Alabama attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for three weeks. I'm sorry you're still awaiting a response, but this forum isn't set up for attorneys to reach out to help you - you have to reach out to them. This is only a Q & A Board, not an attorney referral...Read more »
The legal description in the mortgage/deed of trust describes the pledged collateral. Sometimes it will have a town in it, and often it does not. The general test is whether the legal description is sufficient for a surveyor to locate the property. You might want to look at the rest of the...Read more »
You should probably reach out to a Texas parole specialist, not just a criminal defense attorney who dabbles in parole cases. Dealing with the parole board is very different than dealing with a trial court judge, and this could require some really specialized insight so you should really consult...Read more »
I had a codefendant that was sent home on probation he was the only witness he was sent home via plea by a different judge due to the fact he worked for my trial judge I asked my judge to recuse due to this fact she stated that it was true he did work for her but refused to recuse herself from the... Read more »
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