Plaintiff never showed any evidence at all. Plaintiff did not show up the last 3 court dates. I’ve motioned to dismiss. Also, the judge has already seen me on the same case from 2017. Plaintiff is over a year past statute of limitations. I know for a fact, because my co-Defendant tried to sue... Read more »
answered on Mar 25, 2023
You can object to the order and then appeal if you lose your objection.
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answered on Apr 18, 2022
You should file a contempt motion against mom for violation of the court order.
I severed almost 5 years on a 23 year sentence, won my appeal and it went back to circuit Court. I accepted a lesser charge for 3 years and it was marked as time served. But I was also made to do 3 years probation and recently was released without incident. Found papers that every day should have... Read more »
Court of Justice , Department of Community Based Services, and The Cabinet of Health and Family Services tried their best to hide it from me, and failed. Before I found out about , Custody of my child was took before the TPR , Yesterday , it was discovered, I had already filed a lawsuit on the... Read more »
answered on Oct 28, 2021
They either have a conflict of interest or are attempting to avoid the appearance of impropriety. Beyond that, you will probably never learn the real reasons for recusal.
The 6th Circuit US Court of Appeals employs a three judge panel to hear all appeals, both criminal and civil. What if one of the judges was so sick, he could not understand the proceedings, leaving effectively only two judges? Since everybody else is given three judges, is this a violation of due... Read more »
answered on Oct 4, 2021
Generally, NO. I assume the absent judge will be at the conference meeting where they usually discuss the case(s) and vote. So I don't see any violation of due process.
answered on Jul 25, 2021
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for a week. That's up to you and your decision, but what you are describing seems to be not just a change of venue, but state (where it's possible elements of both states' rules of civil procedure could apply - only... Read more »
Nunn was a slam dunk EED. Scoville squandered all Nunns and his assets and suicide by eating a bullet because of his poor representation of Nunn et al was coming back on appeals and was his only out. Now Nunn has done
@ enough time for an EED and at 70 his heart condition will just about... Read more »
answered on May 1, 2021
Depends on whether you were properly served with the petition for termination while you were in rehab.
answered on Jan 12, 2021
You file a notice of appeal snd pay the filing fee in the Circuit Court Clerks Office.
answered on Dec 24, 2020
Find a lawyer to enforce the judgment and execute on the employer. If they are still in business, they have assets.
HE GAVE FALSE INFORMATION AT DIVORCE. HE FILED AND RECIEVED A CREDIET CARD IN MY NAME UNKNOWN TO ME
I was laid off almost two years ago for lack of work with a former company and was instructed by my employer to claim unemployment benefits. I claimed benefits for 6 months. Long story short I have been self isolating due to the pandemic in my home town. Upon returning to town a few weeks ago I... Read more »
answered on May 5, 2020
If your former employer admitted their mistake, and let the UI know, I fail to see any reason for an appeal. Perhaps the conference call or hearing can clear this up.
Should a defendant obviously high on drugs be allowed to take the witness stand to testify during his own jury trial? Jury found him guilty of charges and sentenced him to 45 years. Can he appeal this?
My friend is serving time in a KY correctional facility. What will happen to her if her trial is overturned? Will she immediately be sent to county jail until her new trial takes place?
answered on Jul 3, 2019
If the trial is overturned, She will be held on a bond to be set by the judge when the case is returned to him by the appeals court. At that time, release relief may be sought from the trial court.
I have narcolepsy and it makes me drowsy when I drive I was having a attack when officer arrested me can I have case reheard?
answered on Dec 15, 2018
You can make a motion to set aside your plea. It is up to the court as to whether to rehear it or not.
Our child was taken by my mother on September 29th to the courts to file an emergency custody order stating domestic violence allegations and drug use in front of the child. The argument she was claiming the child was around domestic violence was no where near where her or the child were at and... Read more »
answered on Dec 11, 2018
You’d better take it slow and work the progression. If everything you say is true, the child will probably ultimately be returned to you.
Now with extreme PTSD can I sew for pain & suffering on behalf of myself and my children?
answered on Dec 2, 2018
You may very well have a claim against the state. Consult an attorney quickly because there are strict limitations of actions on such claims.
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