Question about MO court rule 75.01 and 74.05. Had a case and there was a default judgement. The respondent didn't respond at all. Within 30 days after judgment, they respond. I claimed it was a default judgement and controlled by 74.05. Judge says 75.01 applies since within 30 days and not... View More
In Missouri, Rule 74.05 pertains to setting aside a default judgment, which can be invoked when a party has failed to appear or respond to a lawsuit. However, if a party responds within 30 days of the judgment, as stated in Rule 75.01, the court may have discretion to consider it as a motion for a...View More
Did not get to attend on 6/1/2020 a court hearing held without me and sale of a property or personal to one of the owners which the case was dismissed and I was charged everything that my girlfriend was he no longer has to pay and now put it all on me the courts gave granted $15,000 and property... View More
It is obvious that you disagree with the court’s ruling but your post is unintelligible. Try rewriting it using separate sentences with periods. If you do that, then you might receive some better answers.
It is unclear why a hearing was held without you and why you didn’t or could...View More
the bills and utilities werent added to the final total awarded. would i be safe to appeal and get the remainder of the money owed to me? or would i be able to file another small claims, and go through it that way?
A Missouri attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, it could depend on context. What type of case was it? Were those elements material and significant? What was the error or oversight resulting in their omission? Was the evidence withheld?...View More
I was working at a small ma and pa dinner and they shut down the end of February for a remodel. Said it should be about a month and then we can come back. Well right around the middle of March they opened up, but only take out, cause of covid 19. I was not one to work at this time still, I applied... View More
"Misconduct", an act of wanton or willful disregard of the employer's interest, a deliberate violation of the employer's rules, a disregard of standards of behavior which the employer has the right to expect of...View More
You can subscribe to Westlaw or LexisNexus or use "Google Scholar" for free. It will show state and federal decisions but not necessary show you if the decisions have been overturned. I hope this helps.
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....View More
My husband pled guilty to a crime in 2012 that he was not guilty of he She in fact was being shot in air lifted across She in fact was being shot in air lifted across town at a different address at the time of the burglary but his lawyer led him to believe that because he was on the person's... View More
It sounds like you recognize that the appeal deadline has passed. Most likely, the judgment is final and cannot be appealed, but I encourage you to sit down with a good appellate criminal defense attorney, even if you need to pay for the consult, in order to get a fact-based assessment of the...View More
I am sorry that a judgment for possession was entered against you. You have not given any explanation as to why you believe the judgment was "unlawful." Regardless, I suggest you begin making quick plans to vacate if there has not yet been an execution. You could contact legal services...View More
Better so asked to let me return. Went bk to work in Aug since I had used my 12 wks job secured fmla wld have to get points for leaving! Got terminated in Oct there are may discrepancies between me and hr! Can I appeal both unemployment and SSI! Have 2 kids and no income
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