the case (civil) was first heard in 07-2012, 1 conference call, and 2 more hearings thereafter.the case got sidetracked by other issues between the plaintiff and other defendants.none of the other parties are affected by the case as our family, so none of them are in a hurray to be heard.because of this issue and the hearing, our life has been put on hold, it has effected our health (interruption of medical treatment) and lose of income.I have a Brother that i have not seen in over 23 years, he was diagnosed with cancer this month, he will be receiving treatment in Germany and I would like to be by his side during that time, unless this case is heard and resolved i will not be able to be with him. I talked to the Judge's office about requesting a hearing and they told me to email a request stating the reason.
I was not looking for a legal opinion, what i need is some one to write me a letter to the judge. Thank you.
I understand, I just want some help: addressing the Judge and in a letter (email) and requesting of hearing because of the reasons that i stated above. Thank you.
will the "speedy trial doctrine in Texas under Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Art. 32A.02 et seq, and overall in Barker v. Wingo, 407 U.S. 514 (1972)," apply to a civil case?
everything else looks fine.
you been patient, thank you.
In the future! how do i 'get' you in particular if i have other legal need?
Thanks we'll be having a conference call today to set up a time for a hearing.
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