If the defendant is appealing a portion of a summary judgement and if you lose the appeal you want to appeal the entire summary judgement, can you just file an answer to their appeal on the portion, or would you have to file an entirely new appeal. Regarding Louisiana civil procedure.
Prosecution possessed but didn't include lab results in the Motion of Discovery. Prosecution also requested 3 different pretrial dates claiming to be waiting on lab results. When the defendant was presented labs, they were dated and received by the prosecution before a motion of discovery... Read more »
My kids paternal aunt just doesn’t like me& has repetitively&continuously been calling child services making false reports of abuse or neglect since 2018 July 2019 after a long battle with child services I was granted custody of my children Dad visits every other Saturday. July 2019 to... Read more »
Therefore, I missed tons of work And fell behind financially. However, I had just about enough saved up to re insure my car (which is currently parked in my driveway). A friend of my bf throws his truck into reverse and SLAMS into my rt fender/rim! Hand enough to bend my strut and cause... Read more »
A Louisiana attorney would be able to advise you best on this, but your post remains open for a week, and is probably causing continued financial problems for you at this point. You could see if a Louisiana accident attorney would offer you a free consult to review the file to see if there is...Read more »
My son mother put him up for adoption while I was incarcerated without me knowing and my consent. By time I got any letter or documents it was a few days before the hearing and I couldn’t get a lawyer or anything. I showed up to court and they took away my parental rights and said when I got out... Read more »
The Atty for parent stated in email that they couldn't do appeals. They didn't have the staff. Under the rules of Atty for this kind of case it states differently. How to appeal for all the violation of the case ? Where to file the paperwork for Appeal?
Yes city courts in Bogalusa, Slidell and Denham Springs can hear CINC cases. If the attorney for the parent was public defender, they may not be able to do appeals. Appeal must be filed in District Court in Covington quickly. Hire a private Juvenile Court lawyer.
She is a distant relative and before the hearing the judge had already made his decision based on the lies they told about the son and daughter. She has fought the daughter who is undercurator about everything per her lawyer. If family wants anything including photos we are told we have to... Read more »
My fiancee is incarcerated at Elyan Hunt, he lost his parental rights on September 6th, 2018. He has 30 days to file a motion to appeal termination of his parental rights. He will be out in April 2019. How can I help him to file this motion? He is on a list at elyan hunt, but this list will be over... Read more »
Yes, the judgment can be appealed; however, there are specific and strict deadlines that must be adhered to. You should seek the assistance of an attorney immediately to ensure that your rights are protected.
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