She thinks I’m a bad influence because she made assumptions about me. I haven’t hung out with her daughter in over a year or even gone to their house in two. She thinks that her dad will let me hang out with her but her dad and step mom hate me to.
You said the fiduciary was court appointed. Did you get notice of the ex parte hearing? More facts would be needed to determine if you have any recourse. Seek counsel for a private consultation so that you can provide all the facts of your situation for a thorough evaluation.
Our Attorney did nothing but threaten and lie. He even kept fees for expert witnesses we didn't get. There is no previous case in history like this one. I've searched for 4 years. Not 1. Does there need to be a previous ? I'm trying hard to come up with Attorney fees but 1st... Read more »
Post conviction. Pre sentence. I fired the Attorney immediately after my son was convicted. Videos not shown. Exculpatory witnesses not interviewed. Evidence lost. The ADA ignored favorable evidence and only picked bad. A fake expert witness. A lying victim. All too much. Felony murder. The victim... Read more »
I feel your pain. The first thing is to know your time limitations. Motion for New Trial- 20 days; Notice of Appeal-60 days. Sounds like there are multiple grounds for Appeal- Ineffective Assistance of Counsel (IAC); Prosecutorial Misconduct, and errors by the Court in admitting and excluding...Read more »
A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two days, and by Monday, you're looking at about a week to find a lawyer for an April 20th court date if you decide you want to go with one. You don't indicate what type of hearing it is, and many courts are...Read more »
May be untimely, depends on how the notice of judgment was served. Add 5 days for service by mail. Path of least resistance, bring it up at the appeal hearing by filing a motion to dismiss late appeal, the Judge should hear that first, and rule on it then go to the main case. Be prepared to...Read more »
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.
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 »
Judge: Defense counsel are you going to be mentioning anything about a prior hung jury? DC: I mean your honor and I may say this is not exactly what my client... I do think it’s the best interest that I mean... I don’t really think we should even mention that there was a trail, I believe that... Read more »
the dependacy case they took my 3 kids, and suggested I do some services, which will take 6 months. They were taken do to homelessness. I was living in missouri and came to calif to locate my boyfriends familly members to no avail. In the process we had car trouble at stayed in hotels. during which... Read more »
You need an attorney to assist you. You can use Google to search for civil rights lawyers in the Sacramento area. I suggest you do not delay because the deadlines in the federal courts are very strict.
Can the District Attorney or the Law Enforcement Agency release a vehicle from evidence while the defendant is going thru the appeals process? It was a vehicular homicide case and the defendant was charged with 2nd degree murder, implied malice. The case is in the first stage of appeals since the... Read more »
Typically the car will not released until the outcome of the appeal. If there is a stipulation between the defense and the prosecution, sometimes that can speed up the release of the vehicle. Otherwise, they typically wait 60 days after all the appeals are finished before they released a vehicle...Read more »
Choosing between staying home away from the virus if they’re high risk or going out with a friend if both of you recently tested negative. The freedom to go and hang out with a friend should be up to their own Individual person. I would say this falls under the sentence “...enjoy and defend... Read more »
We are experiencing one of the rare occasions when, for health reasons to protect all of us, the government is given the responsibility to make orders such as the present curfew, and we must comply with them. Our individual freedoms mean nothing if this pandemic can kill so many of us without...Read more »
First, I am not a California lawyer. But generally, taking an appeal does not stay the decision or judgment of the lower court or administrative agency. Along with the appeal, a party usually must file a motion to stay. And that usually requires some sort of bond or other security-- with the motion...Read more »
I was renting a guest room that was attached to the house with its own entrance. I paid rent for three months. I stopped paying rent and the landlord served me with an unlawful detainer. I had LADBS inspect the room and the landlord got an order to comply with needing permits for the work added to... Read more »
Short answer: not likely. Appeals are based on the record, not new evidence. It sounds like you had yourself as your own attorney and did not seek legal counseling prior to trial, a big mistake. Then you went to trial unprepared to provide the evidence of your claims, you cannot prevail at trial...Read more »
I want Upper Court to dismiss the judgement againt me, Defendant, because Plaintiff lied that he denied to receive any cash for my debt to him. I have a wittness and judge didn't accept to postpone the trial to call the witness.
In the Notice of Appeal form, I have to explain the... Read more »
What you need to do is go to your local law library and to find a set of books called the "Rutter guides". Find the guides about "Appeals" and read about what the grounds for an Appeal are. They will have the code sections for the particular grounds that you want to assert. Or...Read more »
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