How to file a subpoena for records in texas, none has been
How to file a subpoena for records in texasJA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state the subpoena was issued in?Customer: none has been issued yet. I believe a business has a recorrd that I need in order to prove my case.JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: I lost because I couldn't prove my allegation without this record. I am appealing the verdict.JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: A car repair shop lost my car while it was in their possession and now claims that they are not responsible for the theft of it off their lot. I am asking them to replace the value of my car, so I need a state and/or federal law that says that they ARE responsible for the theft of my car off their lot. I am a single disabled senior on social security and their business has a multitude of attorneys.
When does exclusive possession end? Does evicted spouse have
When does exclusive possession end? Does evicted spouse have the right to enter the home if judge declares the divorce is final?JA: Because real estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: PAJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: ED verdict is in. No appeals. Plaintiff has 120 days to buy out defendant?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Husband cannot afford buy out. Concerned judge will finalize divorce but keep exclusive possession edict in place for extended period of time
Question just for Ray: Under FL civil law, if a County Court
Question just for Ray: Under FL civil law, if a County Court (not small claims) dismisses an individual officer from a corporate complaint upon motion by the Defense; and then grants Plaintiff's motion to reconsider that ruling, but upholds it after a hearing for reconsideration whereby it would presumably become "final"; what affect would still ongoing depositions have, if any, on a motion for leave to amend with an amended complaint to reinstate the defendant based upon evidence from the depositions AFTER the court's original ruling, and its reconsideration of that ruling? Simply; would the only way to reinstate be to appeal that ruling, or can the lower court reverse based upon a motion to admit the new evidence, and avoid the appeal?
I am a teacher that was accused of sexually abusing a
Hi! I am a teacher that was accused of sexually abusing a student of mine back in June. Unfortunately the police coerced a statement out of me. Today my attorney made motions to have the statement suppressed, by the way, we are in New York State. The police felt there would be more victims; however, there are none. I have 11 charges against me. I have never been in trouble with the law, thus I was released under supervision. My lawyer feels that if a plea is made by the district attorney, which there has not been one up to this point, it would include prison time. He also said that if we go to jury trial and I am found guilty, I would face much more time than if I took the plea...my question is (as this is my first time ever being in the legal system, like I said) is this my attorney just giving worst case scenario? He did say that the police did let me go with no bail, etc. and released me under supervision...I have been teaching for 15 years as a Special Education Teacher and never had any accusations up to this point...so I am scared to death.JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in? And when did this happen?Customer: New York State, June 2016JA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: Such as?JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No.
My son was sent to prison and the judge said in his rulings
My son was sent to prison and the judge said in his rulings that the witness was not crietable due to her lying on the standJA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: iowaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: just by DHSJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: that there was never any evidence and he was convicted on hearsay and that the judge through out all of our evidence that showed that he was innocent
Apartment leasing office mistakenly did not enter our pet
Apartment leasing office mistakenly did not enter our pet deposit information correctly into the contract. We were billed 0 dollars for a refundable pet deposit and 0 dollars for a non-refundable pet deposit, even though we had a pet that they knew about that was incoming. Now they caught their mistake and want $400 asap, as they charge $200 for each deposit.The contract clearly states 0 dollars for the deposit. I have a copy if you need.Can they ask us for this? I feel like since this is their mistake they need to eat the cost and not pawn it off on us.
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?