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Q: are copies of depositions in federal appeals court cases available?
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Oct 18, 2015

Were they transcribed and made a part of the record?

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Q: After you have been sentenced is it possible to hire a new lawyer if you feel your court appointed lawyer didn't try

If you feel like the court appointed lawyer didn't do all that they could have is it possible to hire a new lawyer and get back into court

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Oct 18, 2015

Yes, but that depends upon the actual facts, and there may be post conviction relief available. In order to find out, you have to have a full discussion with a private criminal defense attorney.

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Q: what made the government appeal people v. jennings
Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Sep 25, 2015

Usually, the government will appeal an adverse ruling on a motion to suppress or a motion to dismiss. You can do an internet search for this case and read it yourself, can't you?

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Q: How to get a New Trial in the NC Supreme Court when the Court of appeals has been deceived by a lower civil court case?

03cvd6867 the initial case of Civil & Marital Rights Violations by Power of Attorney Abuser and Attorney Misconduct. Evidence of Truth wrongfully withheld. False testimony given to deceive Jury and NC Court of Appeals 398P08.

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Sep 16, 2015

Appeals are quite complex and appellate courts do not hold new trials. So, the best thing to do is speak with your appellate attorney.

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Q: How would I present a winnable writ of certiorari on grounds of failure to preserve evidence in biological matter?
Terrence H Thorgaard
Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Sep 10, 2015

You hire the best appellate attorney you can find. You stand virtually no chance of being granted cert. by doing this pro se.

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Q: To get a Civil appeal tolled, what does tolled mean?

NC Rule 59 Motion for new trial.

Robert Jason De Groot
Robert Jason De Groot answered on Aug 12, 2015

Basically, it means suspended.

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Q: What questions are addressed in an appeals proceeding?
Rachel Lea Hunter
Rachel Lea Hunter answered on May 3, 2013

Is this civil or criminal? The questions are decided by the appealing party but they all boil down to this - the question in every appeal is whether the trial court erred in finding a fact, or letting in evidence or making some other ruling. In addition, the appealing party has to show that not... Read more »

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Q: What is the procedure to file an appeal on the judge of a family court case...
Rachel Lea Hunter
Rachel Lea Hunter answered on Mar 20, 2013

You do not appeal a "judge." You appeal the judge's ruling if you disagree with it and if you have reason to appeal, i.e., if the judge did something incorrectly that warrants a new trial. Just because you disagree with the court's ruling does not mean that the judge acted... Read more »

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