This question is. In 2014, a Plaintiff filed a California
This question is for SOCRATEASER ONLY. In 2014, a Plaintiff filed a California Civil court case against four-defendants. On June 16, 2016 a new defendant that was just added to the case filed a CCP 170.6 to have the judge removed. What course of action does the Plaintiff have to try and stop the Judge from being removed for the case?
170.6 I am trying to determine the exception that applys
170.6 I am trying to determine the exception that apply's in my case. 10/5 or All-purpose. I have a civil matter in a two-judge all-purpose court. I knew who my judge was back in Nov. as a trial was set then. Plaintiff filed for summary judge motion, I stayed with bankruptcy. A New Motion was properly set for Feb 10 on Jan 10. Can I preemptory challange the judge under 10/5? Or do I have all-purpose limits? If I do, is the all-purpose limit start from When the judge was assigned, or Jan 10?
In California court, if I showed up with my attorneys for a
In California court, if I showed up with my attorneys for a scheduled session, where the opposing attorney did not show up or did not call in, can the opposing attorney opt to not agree to have the judge not be the judge for the case. At begging of thesession, we were given a form to accept this judge or not...we accepted. The judge had Declaration from both attorneys but the opposing attorney did not show or call. Judge said he would read declarations and make judgement... Can attorney with nownshownonjectto judge?
I am reviewing a uniform pretrial conference trial order that
I am reviewing a uniform pretrial conference trial order that the Plaintiffs counsel handed me 5 minutes before our pretrial hearing, expecting me to sign it. I refused to do so and am reviewing and modifying it. It states "Number of peremptory challenges: and he has put in 3. What does that mean?
California Procedure: DOES A MOTION FOR JUDICIAL RECUSAL PURSUANT
California Procedure: DOES A MOTION FOR JUDICIAL RECUSAL PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE 170.6 EXTEND THE 30 DAY TIME PERIOD TO RESPOND TO A COMPLAINT? CCP 170.6 DOES NOT REQUIRE CAUSE, IT IS PREMEMTIVE AND AUTOMATICALLY GRANTED. IT IS BEING FILED BEFORE THE FIRST APPEARANCE IN THE CASE--SO, DOES THAT EXTEND TIME WHILE THE ASSIGNMENT TO A NEW JUDGE IS TAKING PLACE?
Im envolved in an administrative proceeding
To Socrateaser:I'm envolved in an administrative proceeding in California. I'm in pro per and I'm the citizen accuser under B&P Code Section 24201. The hearing is set for July 9, 2012. The respondent is represented by an attorney. The case is in front of the Office of Administrative Hearings. I want to file a motion for summary Judgment as I feel there are no trialable issues of fact. My main complaint is that this licensee misrepresented a material fact in his license application by ommiting "hidden owners". After this application, in seperate actions, two courts have ruled there were "hidden ownerss"in this licensed premise. I have these rulings (certified) and the application. The first ruling is a small claims judgment and the other is a ruling from a family court stating there were "hidden owners". Is there a (motion) in administrative proceedings I can use like a motion for summary judgment?
My new court date was scheduled for 11/29 due to my not being
My new court date was scheduled for 11/29 due to my not being able to serve my ex-husband because he was in a rehab facility. He is now out and has asked the court to expedite the hearing due to wanting my son to return to him and his school there. I was served with his statement on Friday and my new court date is now 11/1. I haven't had time to hire counsel due to this new date being so soon. His statements are all untrue or twistings of the truth. What do I need to bring to the first hearing? Do I need to bring arrest records? I have character references that I've had been people write for me but that is all so far due to the short notice. How do I respond to what he has said? Do I need to write my response down and file it with the court? Or just respond to what he has said when I am before the judge? Also, is it possible to hire an attorney this soon? Before Tuesday?