Your question remains open for three weeks, and at this point, if you haven't already, consult with a Texas attorney. This sounds more like a real property matter than one about securities or civil rights. At any rate, the category is not really important at this point. It appears to be something...Read more »
Court appointed attorney never contacted defendant, only when COA came back as affirmed defendant was notified. This is a Sexual Assualt case of a minor. Where defendant received 50 years no DNA on 1 count of aggravated sexual assault and 3 counts of indecency.
I am sorry for your troubles. Yes he can proceed pro se. But it would be best to seek legal help from one of the legal agencies. I will post the websites for those that assist people on criminal cases.
Google "Thurgood Marshall School of Law Innocence Project" (TMSLIP).
You just need to make sure your attorney is aware of the contents of any potential testimony the inmate can provide. If the attorney believes that testimony is essential to the case, the attorney will request that the inmate witness be brought to court to testify at trial. No sentence...Read more »
If you didn't get the appeal from your decision and order filed on time, you would have a very difficult time filing in district court. Also, if you lost at the administrative level (CCH), there are almost no attorneys that would be willing to take your case in district court since we have no way...Read more »
They we are going to send you to this program in Beaumont for 3 months. They told me to turn myself in to the county but let me go home that day for 2 weeks but I would have to turn myself in to county on 6/3/19 and the time I sit in the county jail waiting for a bed to come open doesn't count.... Read more »
I am an associate dentist in Texas. I signed a do-not-compete with my previous office (a DSO) for 10 miles for 2 years after leaving (It has now been ~1/2 yr). I left due to the company trying to move me into another office (I did not agree to this per the contract) after working there ~1 year. The... Read more »
You have raised several important facts that may enable you to avoid the larger issue altogether. Hire a local lawyer in San Antonio and ask them to tell you if the way you were treated under the written employment agreement is bad enough to support a case of breach; if it is, have your lawyer try...Read more »
And they took the children for the mother moving back in families home and signing a non prosecution affidavit. They interviewed two kids at school without recording it and consent. Their forcing my wife to divorce me to get her kids back even though they have no evidence to keep doing this
The answer is that you hire an attorney to represent you for guidance and direction. Your answer is not a simple one. To take legal advice from one who has just only read your facts is problematic. Consult an attorney with your proof of your allegations.
My favorite answer, it depends. I am kidding, I hate saying that. But you can object the day of trial if that is when you discover a disqualifying connection. But generally it is best to file a motion in accordance with the local rules in your County that is applicable to motions for defendants. Go...Read more »
You discuss two separate issues, and unless you are a licensed attorney, there is not much you can do other than retain an attorney on your friend's behalf. Since judgment has already been entered, try contacting the Innocence Project. Good luck.
You should contact the attorney who represented your uncle and ask specific questions about his case. I cannot comment because I don't know his sentence, nor any other facts regarding his situation. Good luck
I believe if it is filed to set bail the inmate's counsel files it and if the inmate is indigent the filing of the writ is not initially paid for, similar to when there is no payment between an indigent inmate and appointed counsel. If the inmate hired an attorney, I believe $150 per hour would be...Read more »
I have been employed with United Healthcare since 2009 a new supervisor was transferred to our company from Florida. I received a letter stating I will be terminated as of 4/2/18 even though I did not voluntarily quit. My insurance was all so cancelled I am still under psychiatric care due to I had... Read more »
Mental trauma injury is not covered by workers' compensation unless it involved a one time event resulting in the trauma. If you have issues with your supervisor who is discriminating against you because you have an injury, you will need to consult with a labor and employment law attorney. Good...Read more »
You will need an attorney, but in general, a motion fr new trial must be filed within 30 after the conviction was entered. A notice of appeal must also be filed, a request for transcript made, and several other procedural matters must occur, but the primary question that must be addressed is:...Read more »
I am pro se appellee. My ex-husband is appealing the judgement against him to pay what was suppose to be military retirement, but the ex opted for disability pay. Divorce Decree did not allow him to change or stop payment when he was eligible to receive retirement. Judge did not order him to pay... Read more »
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