Steve Miyares' answer Your attorney is in the best position to explain what happened in your case. Depnding on the facts of your case,therecould be any number of reasons why your attorney might have pursued a particular defense strategy. The attorney who represented you should be able to explain to you his reasons for pursuing a particular defense strategy based in your specific situation.
Susan Fremit's answer You had 10 days to appeal and 60 days to reopen you case. You are obviously outside those 2 limitations. You could speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney about bringing a habeas application but I am not certain how successful that would be. I think you are stuck with your plea.
Wilfred Yeargan's answer If the Protective Order civil case was heard in General District Court, she can appeal within ten (10) calendar days. The appeal is heard in the Circuit Court of the county where the first case was filed. Contact an experienced defense lawyer in your area for a full consultation.
Bryan J. Jones' answer Are you trying to find your husband's release date? You can contact the VADOC Court and Legal department or you can have your husband get his legal update sheet. That will have a release date.
William Head's answer You need to talk with a lawyer who is an expert in Virginia DUI law. This interstate licensing snafu is one that we see dozens of times a year. Whoever your attorney was back when this was done needed to provide guidance on how to address these issues.
Call Burk Beale. Tell him I referred you, to see if he can assist you.
Glenn B. Manishin's answer You would need to compare those facts to the basis on which the court dismissed the prior complaint in order to determine whether they overcome the defects in the claims previously alleged. From your description it is not possible to draw a conclusion.
Brian Lehman's answer When a case is dismissed without prejudice, it leaves the plaintiff free to bring another suit based on the same grounds, for example if the defendant doesn't follow through on the terms of a settlement. http://www.nolo.com/dictionary/dismissal-without-prejudice-term.html
Glenn B. Manishin's answer The question requires clarification. What sort of ethics committee is involved, what industry/occupation and what grounds did the body give for its decision? Is enforcement being sought via the courts or in a private licensing/certification setting? For example, if this were a legal ethics matter, the relevant bar association could impose sanctions, but enforcement such as voiding the respondent's license to practice law would typically require application to and an order from the state supreme...
Jan F Hoen's answer The information you provided does not clearly state sufficient facts to answer your question.
Your medical records would need to be reviewed for additional information.
The second injury does not appear to be compensable but if your claim was denied, consult an attorney in your area who practices worker's compensation to see if you may be entitled to benefits. Bring your medical records to the consultation.
Mr. Andrew T. Bodoh Esq.'s answer You can pursue a declaratory judgment action, but you are likely in a difficult position if you did not have a written and duly recorded agreement to receive the house. You should consult an attorney.
Gary D. Godman's answer You'll have to call around to attorneys in and near the area to review your case and offer insight into the viability of any appeal. Use this website or do a general internet search. Good luck.
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