i want to know what is the judges doing with my rehearing papers? are they going to let me know thru pacer system how they decide or what? the reason i'm asking is that i do not see the rehearing docketed yet.
when do i tell the court how much i'm asking for for this court case? or how do they calculate my award if i win the ruling?
last question. if i never had a trial during the first court, i will have to go thru about one year longer in trial in order to get justice?
my case was ruled for the defendant with prejudice meaning i couldn't sue them again for the same reason. i appealed in court of appeal and the court affirmed the decision then i went to supreme court and was denied, lastly i put the rehearing in. and it is pending. i never had a trial. i was pro se in my case. with the eeoc's ticket to sue. i'm really confused as to why this is happening to me. we did a discovery where i was in a deposition and all that.
thank you i have already given u a rating. and do not want a bonus
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