1-current gand jury is unconstitutional. FBI goes to grand jury to get a sure conviction. Fbi on same day brings case to Judge and gets warrant. Arrest you and lie and say your arraignment is your due process. I think this is a clear violation of due process along with the violation one goes... Read more »
CASE 5:2018 CV 06164-EJD AT 280 S. FIRST ST. SAN JSOE CALIFORNIA, BEING A VICTOM AS DEFINED "ALL PERSONS WITHEN THE UNITED STATES WHO HAD A CONSUMER GOOGLE+ ACCOUNT FOR ANY PERIOD OF TIME BETWEEN JANUARY 1, 2015 AND APRIL 2, 2019. WELL IM STILL HAVING TECHNICAL IOSSUES OF SECURITY BREACHES AND... Read more »
Your case is being processed by a US District Court. There are no forms, but there are a lot of rules that you must follow. Federal Courts are very strict on the rules. Best if you retain an attorney to assist you, District Court Judges are not very patient with Pro Per plaintiffs....Read more »
Been a very difficult experience. We hired an attorney to represent my girlfriend in an alimony case. This is the worst experience I've ever encountered in terms of representation. While reviewing the billing, I noticed the Attorney billed my girlfriend to complete a form to request a change... Read more »
It is not unlawful, but it may be improper. First, you have to look at your retainer agreement. Next, you should discuss your concerns with the attorney- maybe he used a computerized billing program that automatically billed for all tasks recorded, and he is willing to remove the charge. (I would...Read more »
Sorry to hear about your situation. Unfortunately, I must tell you what you really don't want to hear- you need to go to a new attorney to review the situation with the UD and with the work of your prior attorney to see if legal malpractice was committed by him. Look for attorneys here on...Read more »
The counsel is saying the prenuptial has "holes in it." Ex wants 110K because the prenup won't stand in court due to her errors/fraudulent work. He wants alimony. The clearly addressed all this with the prenup lawyer.
You are premature in looking at a legal malpractice lawsuit. As with almost all civil litigation, you must prove damages in order to prevail. At this point, from the facts stated, you have no damages. All you have is a demand from your former spouse's attorney that your prenup will not...Read more »
Hello, I live in California, I hired a personal lawyer back at the end of June 2020. I told him I didn't want the case to drag on forever and I'd be fine with the settlement originally offered, I was afraid of not getting proper medical care. The money is great but not the most important... Read more »
Your lawyer might have a claim to some of the fees. It's really hard to fully understand the situation with what you have said but there is a good chance he/she has earned some percentage of the 33 and possibly the whole amount. Sometimes it's the other side that slows things up.
The money that an attorney receives for working on a case is taxable income. The amount that the firm receives depends on your contract with the firm. These are really pretty basic business questions and if you are working for a firm. who is representing the client? The firm or you, individually....Read more »
I called 911 on myself for psychiatric help after loosing my home and being severely burned in a fire. the police showed up & dismissed the ambulance & EMTs & proceeded to arrest & assault me unjustly. They put handcuffs on my (3rd& 4th degree) burned wrists and 6 officers... Read more »
Yes and no. Generally, I would expect the Judge to recuse himself/herself from the case if s/he has a close relationship with one of the attorneys or a firm on the case they are hearing such as you are describing. There are exceptions to the conflict of interest wherein the Judge has no...Read more »
This is for something I'm writing ( a work of fiction) and I'd like to have something with this situation: a lawyer who just borrowed a lot of money to become an equity partner in a law firm is sabotaged to accidentally reveal some very private client info to the wrong people. The lawyer... Read more »
The answer to this question will depend on form of the entity that is the law firm, and the organizational agreements associated therewith. A well-drafted Shareholder's Agreement or Partnership Agreement can spell out the particular circumstances under which an equity owner/partner can be...Read more »
Received a letter from court. We already paid deposit in the early of June and did not receive any response from court clerk :no estimation of fee, no any response. When I asked court clerk last week, I was told the fee should be paid by e-filing only. The court issue a CIvil Filing Rjection... Read more »
Your situation is being affected by the corona virus interference with the court's operations. Here's what you can do. Go to the Superior Court's website for the county in which your matter is filed. On the main page, there should be announcements about the effect of the covid-19...Read more »
A Paralegal used her husband to serve legal documents to the opposing counsel days before a court appearance. Not an employee of the firm. Responses to motions were served to opposing counsel during after hours. The building was closed and according to the husband on the proof of service, he stated... Read more »
A proof of service is signed under penalty of perjury, it must be signed by the person doing the actual service. Other than that there is no other requirement of status, like being an employee of a firm or paralegal service. If I were hearing this case I would postpone the hearing so the attorney...Read more »
A successful lawsuit requires that you have been harmed. I assume that your divorce has been delayed. If that is the extent of your "harm" it would not be sufficient to justify a lawsuit, in my opinion.
I recently purchased a vehicle from a Chevrolet dealership in San Diego, CA. I had horrible credit at the time and was only able to be approved with a large down-payment, which I was able to make happen. The amount on the paperwork does not even closely reflect the $12,000 I put down. What can be... Read more »
Usually Courts monitor the cases that have been filed and issue Orders to Show Cause re: Dismissal of cases that have become stale and not acted upon. A case normally would not languish for 9 years without the Court doing something to close it. You should research the Court records for the Court...Read more »
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