Officer did not allow me to use my glasses or cane for
officer did not allow me to use my glasses or cane for roadside sobriety test. I tested 000 three times. I have 25 years continuous sobriety from alcohol. My doctor prescribed 0.5 mg lorazepam. I took it on a wed night, on a thur night and got a dui on fri am. It ends a 20 year job and a 47 year career. Am I a prescription drug addict deserving of this?
I obtained a restraining order in the state of Massachusetts
I obtained a restraining order in the state of Massachusetts against an individual. The defendant filed a Motion "Defendant's Motion to Stay Order Entered on Sep 9" to the Superior Court, four days after issue of the order, that is, on Sep 13. Two days later, on Sep 15, before the Superior Court even considered the Motion or received an Opposition to the Motion from me the plaintiff, the defendant raised a Motion to the Appellate Court "To Stay Order Pending Appeal", infringing on the procedural rule: Appellate Procedure Rule 6, Civil Cases (a), (1) Stay Must Ordinarily be Sought in the First Instance in Lower Court; Motion for Stay in Appellate Court. "A motion for such relief may be made to the appellate court or to a single justice, but the motion shall show that application to the lower court for the relief sought is not practicable, or that the lower court has denied an application, or has failed to afford the relief which the applicant requested, with the reasons given by the lower court for its action."My question is: what is the procedure that I have to follow with the Massachusetts Appellate Court to request the court to deny the motion on grounds of infringing the procedural Rule 6(a)(1)? By a letter to the judge? As part of the arguments in the "Opposition" to the Motion e.g. Opposition to Defendant's Motion document? Using a special document or procedure that is designed for exactly this particular purpose?
I received the reply, but, there is no subpoena served on
I received the reply, but, there is no subpoena served on this "Notice of Deposition", just service by the constable, which I accepted today getting a heads-up it was coming. Secondly, because the initial process server did not complete service at my offices, which was the correct address, it was apparently returned to this lawyer, who then give it to the constable to serve me at my home.JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: In further, the Notice of Deposition cover sheet references the case that I have detailed as being closed, and the wording by the lawyer states, "and you are invited to attend"".JA: Thank you.Customer: Clearly, I am, post already speaking with the judges clerk, and the attorney for the Ar Supreme ct. Grievance Conduct committee that is investigating my complaint, answer that I do not intend to accept his "invitation" on a matter that is closed, referencing a case that is no longer open, and with a court that has already written that it does not have jurisdiction.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: From what the constable advised, and the clerk of the court, this lawyer filed this notice of deposition post the advice of the Judge, and on a case that is not open, so, I am told that "anyone can file something", it is just a matter of what happens post the filing. -- Correct?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Now, I note that on his amended Sept. 1 letter to my office address, he states that I am "required to appear" on Oct. 18, in his offices in Arkansas, to be deposed. I just want to discern if besides the information that I have provided, simply put, am I obligated to accept an invitation for a deposition out of state, on a matter that has been settled mutually with prejudice, and signed by the judge, and then, the new judge post the original recusing herself, has written a letter ruling that the matter is settled and closed, with prejudice, and therefore, after review of case law, there is no jurisdiction and he is not going to hear or do anything, unless a appeals court tells him to.
I read somewhere that you can appeal a lower court decision
I read somewhere that you can appeal a lower court decision to appellate court on the grounds that the law itself is unjust. They had a name for what you call the grounds on which you make such an appeal but I can't remember what it was. Can you help me?
Is a California Moveaway order for a child from California
Is a California Moveaway order for a child from California to Florida a violation of Convention on Genocide? Genocide is not limited to mass killing, but also includes, social, political, cultural, financial, etc......According to International Law it can be in peace or in war.It says, In the present convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group as such: (e) forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.Note that a group is two or more people, though in other parts of the convention they also talk about the individual.The convention occurred in 48 was voted on in 51 and signed into law in 1989 by President Reagan, former governor in California.My x wife has changed my sons last name to her own, programmed him to hate his fathers family, obliterated anything to do with is fathers family group.I think California is committing Genocide by writing move away orders for Children which are actually just Forcible Transfers.
If a judgement is granted in Circuit court, and one
If a judgement is granted in Circuit court, and one disagrees with the decision, is the next step to file a motion to reconsider in the same Circuit or file with the appellate court to vacate the judgement?
The defendant filed appeal. The plaintiff filed motion to
The defendant filed appeal.The plaintiff filed motion to dismiss appeal.The court rendered judgment which I don't understand if the defendant-Appellant's appeal is ordered frivolous or if the plaintiff-Appellee's motion-to-dismiss-appeal is rendered frivolous. Please clarify.Here is the appellate court's order, verbatim:THE MOTION OF THE PLAINTIFF-APPELLEE, WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., FILED MAY 20, 2016, TO DISMISS APPEAL, HAVING BEEN PRESENTED TO THE COURT, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED GRANTED AS FRIVOLOUS.