If no Bond is filed by the appellant/tenant, and no stay is granted by the Appellate Court, then the Trial Court probably has a duty, and certainly the right, to issue the Writ of Possession upon being called upon to do so. The landlord might be sued for damages later if the tenant wins on...Read more »
Possession the court of appeals denied that motion so now the plantiff attorney is, telling me he will get a writ of possession against me because there is no motion for stay I would like to know if that's possible because the higher court overruled
If the general public has reason and proof to believe that district attorney's offices/ law enforcement are being biased in their presentment of a case to a grand jury for indictment, what can be done?
Possibly nothing. But after Indictment the Defendant must defend against the charge. Improper Grand Jury proceedings might be argued at Pre Trial, Motion for New Trial or on Appeal. Without a clear Federal or State Constitutional violation that causes prejudice, no actionable error will arise....Read more »
You definitely need a competent attorney to file such a complicated Petition (it is not an appeal). I am not sure that you have had enough time since the entry of your HMO status. Insurance will also be necessary. I am impressed that you are actually trying to get your TNDL back.
Not sure of your question. But start by figuring out what County or Federal District the Defendant is before. Then hire a competent attorney in that County/District to at least look into the matter, and possibly represent her.
You have 30 days from the entry of the judgment. Most orders contain some indication or a stamp that says "Entered on XXX date." That date starts your time. If you are not sure of the date, call the clerk's office.
I would put together any paperwork or charges that resulted from these apprehensions. Then seek out a competent Civil Rights Attorney. Without an Arrest, your case for Damages is not good, but it does make it more likely you will win a Government Tort Liability Act suit. After filing suit ,...Read more »
I won a FED on appeal. I am the defendant. I am attempting to find out where and how much the Plaintiff's bond is and where or to whom was it paid. No one seems to know. We were wrongfully evicted and now no one including, the General Sessions and Circuit Court Clerks can tell me how or where... Read more »
I turned into a road thay was apparently closed. When i turned i saw the police car im the street but it was off so i made the left turn and passed it real slow. He let me pass him before he pulled me over. I believe i was driving carefully.
Can grandparents get temporary custody with no proof of the allegations? And is it ok for this decision to be made by a judge who has been a close family friend for over twenty yrs? Is there a way to appeal a decsion made on these terms?
Do you have a Permanent Parenting Plan? If so, you can file a Petition for Contempt if she is not letting you see the child. Please remember to keep paying your child support even when you are not seeing the child as that is a separate matter.
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