First, I am not a Virginia lawyer. That being said, there is just no way to know what the "success rate" is on appeal. Every case is different. But generally, the chance of winning on appeal is 15/20% if that. I can estimate the chances of winning a given case if I had more background.
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a month. It sounds like you might mean the other side got a default judgment against you based on non-appearance. You could consider reaching out to a Virginia attorney to review the file to determine if any options are...Read more »
First, I am not a Virginia lawyer. However, I would need some more context to answer your question. The difference between an appeal and a complaint filed with the trial court should be obvious. An appeal is after the parties have litigated an issue before the trial court, received a final judgment...Read more »
No one ever comes back to me. It would be a Habeas Corpus for Ineffective Assistance of Counselling. I am searching for a lawyer who can do some Pro Bono work and some paid work, I am fine with this either. You need to be eager to fight and must have the willing to win. I want a release date, this... Read more »
You can file your own Habeas Corpus motion without counsel if you need to. Depending on where you received your sentence, I would look for a lawyer who works in that area in order to assist you with what you may need to have done to potentially help you with the habeas petition and anything else...Read more »
A Virginia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, one doesn't usually appeal a law. They could appeal a court decision involving the law, or government action/outcome involving the law. If you want to appeal a government action under that...Read more »
after found guilty ,ordered to pay by certain date , 90 days jailed without bond ,is that considered a final decision? - .judge did not sign case as final, untill after the arrest was made-after did not pay - by date given - . clerks office explain can not appeal case, not signed by judge as... Read more »
First, I am not a VA attorney. That said, I do not think you have a final judgment, yet. I assume that you were found "guilty" of civil contempt, and I assume that was for not paying child support. Unless a finding of civil contempt is separately appealable (by VA statute or rule) that is...Read more »
You could repost in Florida. Your question remains open for two weeks, but was posted under Virginia. You might have better luck simply contacting Florida attorneys - this is only a Q & A Board. See the link above (Find-a-Lawyer), or you could run your own independent searches. Good luck...Read more »
I was involved in a car accident back in February 2017. My symptoms started much later. I started receiving the help I needed, lawyers will not help me because the statute of limitation was too close. I decided to move forward on my own and they denied my claim 2 months later. Which fell after the... Read more »
18VAC 135-20-160.B: There was incorrect DPOR form on file intended for mailing purposes. Since corrected. However, I sent them 4 other documents, including clerk of court certificate, that clearly indicate place of business address. Plus, a site visit was never done inside the residence. A site... Read more »
Va. Code § 16.1-296. Jurisdiction of appeals; procedure.
A. From any final order or judgment of the juvenile court affecting the rights or interests of any person coming within its jurisdiction, an appeal may be taken to the circuit court within 10 days from the entry of a final judgment,...Read more »
I don't even know what you're trying to ask. If you were charged with driving without a license you can request a court appointed lawyer at your hearing or hire someone. Usually it helps to get properly licensed. Good luck.
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...Read more »
I took a guilty plea in Norfolk September 2017 in a A&B case against a family member, taking the victims word as she is my wife. It has now come to light that she struck me first while I was intoxicated and I responded by hitting her twice. This has ruined my career and service to the country,... Read more »
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.
This is taking place in the state of Virginia. She's actually harassing me but I can't file anything against her because I don't know anything about her.. How is this even possible? She keeps filing false charges against me, I don't know what to do
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.
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