A woman stole my pets and began abusing and killing them. She would not allow me on the property to retrieve them, refused to communicate, showed many photos of my animals dead and dying, covered in blood, etc.
I got an Ex Parte order to get my animals from her. The police stupidly gave... Read more »
I don't know enough facts about your case, but I don't understand why the police, or an animal control agency, doesn't immediately arrest this woman for animal cruelty. Something doesn't make sense. You should get a lawyer ASAP.
Only a losing defendant can appeal in small claims court. A losing plaintiff can not. The appeal results in a brand new trial (called "de novo"), which will be heard by a different judge. At the de novo hearing, unlike an original trial, lawyers are allowed.
The hospital nurse made me walk to my vehicle when i mention. I was feeling dizzy and was feeling pain in my lower back she suppose to take me in welchaire to my vehicle i had just delivered my baby and the nurse made false statement of me i felt discriminated and i have this back pain
Appealing decision giving support of 1600$ month to wife of 43 years. Judge also awarded all net escrow dollars to husband. Wife received none. She was a homemaker for 30 of those years. They had an upper middle class lifestyle. Husband continues to have upper middle class of living while wife is... Read more »
What do you mean you are looking for case law? Case law that says what? What is it you are trying to establish? What is the basis for your appeal? Are you claiming the judge made a mistake? Are you claiming the evidence did not support the decision? What error do you believe was made that...Read more »
The California Supreme Court affirmed the trial court award of damages in plaintiff's favor. The appellant parent company of an LA radio station held an on-air contest as to who could find one of the station's djs, in which 2 teenage listeners drove so quickly through traffic they caused an...Read more »
Party 1 was the purchaser at a sheriff's sale caused by a junior judgment creditor. Party 3 was a senior judgment creditor. Party 2 was the successor trustee to the original trustee who was the judgment debtor the junior judgment creditor forced a sheriff's sale regarding. Party 2's appeal was... Read more »
There are too many variables missing in this question to give a definitive answer. In the abstract it would appear that yes, 2 is still subject to the judgment, but this question is more complicated than that. There are a bunch of unanswered questions here: on what basis was 3's appeal...Read more »
Hi, I will be completing 6 years on H1 this August (2018) and have 7 months to go. My I 140 was denied (employer is going to appeal the decision) on 02/01/2018 and would like to know the options I have to stay beyond the 6th year.
Can my employer file H1 extension while my I 140 denial is... Read more »
Both of us are denied because we overstayed the granted period on B2 visa. I won the lottery for 2017, and i was present in US when that happened. The decision of denial cannot be appealed. What you suggest that we can do to reverse the decision? Thanks
Unless you qualify to adjust status under section 245i, you cannot reverse this decision.
To qualify for this provision, you must be the beneficiary of a labor certification application (Form ETA 750) or immigrant visa petition (Forms I-130, Petition for Alien Relative or I-140, Immigrant...Read more »
Stone v. Powell generally bars federal habeas review on state 4th Amendment issues on the notion that suppression off evidence (Mapp v Ohio) is not a right only a judicial remedy to 4th Amendment violations. Well isn't that also true for 5th Amendment violations? Suppressing confessions is also a... Read more »
A petition for Writ of Mandamus is denied in superior court, resulting in hopes of appealing that superior court order denial refusing to intervene, should the petition for Writ of Mandamus filed now in court of appeals differ or be the same?
Actually, trial court orders denying a petition for writ of mandamus are usually appealable and begin by filing a notice of appeal in the trial court within 60 days of notice of the entry of that order. There are exceptions to that rule, such as proceedings brought under the Public Records Act,...Read more »
De novo review and independent review are actually generally the same thing. They both refer to the standard of review used by the appellate court concerning an issue of law. Issues of law include interpretation of a statute, constitutional provision, ordinance, or regulation, or interpretation...Read more »
Extrinsic fraud or mistake is the type of fraud or mistake that prevents a party from participating in the proceedings in the trial court. An attorney (or party if unrepresented) is not provided notice of a motion hearing date or a trial date and therefore literally is unable to participate in the...Read more »
Didn't know what the lawyer was talking about so I did some research n found a paper from the corectional case records analyst mailed to the judge and they stated n 2016 from the case in 2010 that there was abstract of judgment and the minute order there was a error n referd to a case people v... Read more »
I have an upcoming court date set for a code compliance violation regarding my dog. I had gone last year to a hearing regarding the same issue and now they are saying the verdict is being recalled and I have to go through the whole process again. The dog in question is my friendly service dog, who... Read more »
To properly evaluate any legal question a lawyer needs a thorough summary of the facts. What you have shared is not much. If you are not clear then the lawyer will no doubt be challenged to give an accurate answer.
It is the same as using the adage for using a computer... “JUNK IN, JUNK...Read more »
I'm severely I'll, was having an emergency while with my small children. Parked in front of my house closest to the door due to my pain plus also needed to get my children inside. I proceeded inside and was in agony pain for about 1.20 minutes, went back outside to move car into my parking spot and... Read more »
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