I am looking for the rule on case numbers in tx. a writ
I am looking for the rule on case numbers in tx. a writ certiorari was granted to the applicant against me. the basis of the decision by the judge was that the format of the case number ***** have been in correct but, no one had the rule of the cause number. I had 41 judgements against the defendant in justice court. the defendant says that the court was wrong in the total amount of the judgements. the judgements were filed separately but the cause number were example cv9241-01, cv9241-02, cv9241-03. the judge in justice court obtained a legal opinion and said it was correct and it docketed that wayJA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: it was in Zavala county , TexasJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I do not understand the question. I did receive 41 default judgements against the defendant and, their motion for new trial was denied and the time for an appeal had passed which is why the defendant filed a writ of certiorari. a hearing was scheduled for yesterday and the judge granted the writ to the applicant. the applicant has not posted bond as of yesterday afternoon .JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I think that's it
In Georgia Rule 6.3. Hearing states: Unless otherwise
In Georgia Rule 6.3. Hearing states:Unless otherwise ordered by the court, all motions in civil actions, including those for summary judgment, shall be decided by the court without oral hearing, except motions for new trial and motions for judgment notwithstanding the verdict.What is the normal time frame in which the court responds to motions?
I was given bad legal advice over a year ago that
I was given bad legal advice over a year ago that withholding rent would force a landlord to fix issues around an apartment. I was evicted in June and just had the damages hearing and being ordered to pay a lump sum for damages, plus attorneys fees and an 8% interest per annum. My mother is a paralegal for Indiana and told me that because it was a civil small claims court that I should not have to pay attorneys fees and interest. I just wanted to know if this is accurate because I don't have the amount they are asking for let alone to hire an attorney to file an appeal if nothing can change. I hope you can help, Thanks in advance.
I have a case I am defending as the president of the
I have a case I am defending as the president of the company, some service was served upon me at my home address while I was not there, instead of serving my Company' Registered Agent. So, because I did not answer it, the Judge at the hearing entered an ORDER. My question is: When I found out that an ORDER was entered, I want to oppose it so how do I oppose an ORDER entered by a Judge, same as a Motion opposing other side attorneys' Motion? Or because it is a Judge is different?JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: This is a Corporation law suit, litigating business done in North Carolina, but the Business is from FloridaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: for 2 years, yesJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Not sure
Can evidence entered by the Prosecution during trial be
Can evidence entered by the Prosecution during trial be corrected during appeal? Or is that evidence closed and must remain. For example, they can not change dates of medical records and claim that they were a typo? I'd venture to think evidence must remain as entered and if it creates serious doubt as far as the verdict is concerned, there must be a new trial.
Is a civil case closed if it states closed?
I would like to know if a civil case is closed if it states closed and also states disposed by default in Florida?It is an old debt from online college in 2010. I was making payments faithfully. Never received a notice and judgment was filed in 2014. I am trying to buy a house. It is not real estate. It's a creditor.
I went to my small claims court prepared but the defendants
Hello,I went to my small claims court prepared but the defendants lawyer who was also present was told by the judge his case would take too long and that another date would be assigned.Now the defendants attorney sent me letters basically saying his schedule is so busy that it could be months before he can go back to court again. He's stalling.Is there anything I can do to stop him from the stall.This case is in Georgia, Cobb County Magistrate Court.
I had sued my ex wife for 20k. Two seperate cases for 10k
I had sued my ex wife for 20k. Two seperate cases for 10k each in small claims court. She showed up to the first and it got thrown out because the judge was a temp. The second case the defendant failed to show up and I was granted 10k. The defendant didn't read the paperwork and didn't even know their was a second case but is refusing to give me money. Can she appeal? Or what should my next steps be?