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 »
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 »
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 »
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?
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 »
Yes. There is an inventory of items seized that the officer fills out. You should hire an attorney to make a motion seeking to unseal the search warrant and affidavit. At some point, it will likely be unsealed.
The judge should recuse himself, or a party should move to have the judge recused.
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