Courts Legal Questions and Answers

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Is a Cease Order sent via email considered legal?

1) Can an Individual "Email" another person a Cease Order and it be considered a Legal way of being delivered? 2) If a Cease Oder was sent by an Individual (without an attorney) just from one person to the other, showing the persons email address with only CEASE ORDER as the the subject. And the recipient refuses to open it and is told it was deleted, can that stand up i...

10/10/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Virginia   |   #9998

What if you are a juror and feel you were pressured into a certain sentence what should you do?

If a person serves on a jury and gives in or "compromises" to a sentence they really did not agree with, regret it immediately after the sentencing, or some other objection should you tell someone (& who) or is it too late, and they should have stood your ground in the jury room?

10/01/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Texas   |   #9426

What does order of dismissal without prejudice mean?

What does order of dismissal without prejudice mean?

09/27/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Texas   |   #9188

How likely is the court to give custody back to parents who lost custody 5 years ago?

My husband and myself gained parental rights and parental allocation for our 3 grandchildren 5 years ago. We are in control of the visitations, and have just now started getting child support from the parents. My question is two fold, First-the parents are under the impression that since social services is not in the picture any more that we can just give them back the children...

09/27/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Colorado   |   #9182

Can a non-attorney prepare a subponea for documents?

Can a non-attorney prepare a subponea for documents and if so how would they go about it?

09/25/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Indiana   |   #9056

If you are called as a State's Witness who is responsible for payment of your services?

If you are a State Witness and the Defense Counsel request to obtain your deposition is the Defense Counsel required to pay for your services?

09/19/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Florida   |   #8873

What does judgment for a specific litigant mean?

What does judgment for a specific litigant mean?

09/18/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Illinois   |   #8838

Can the person who requested the order for protect contact the person it is against?

If and order of protection is ganted to a person, is it ok for that person who was granted the protection, to call and harass the person that the order is against? Are they allowed to call the person 1 to 4 times a day? Does that also give the right to change visitation to different dates then what the Judge wrote down?

09/17/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: New York   |   #8827

What is needed in my affidavit for my witness that can not appear in court?

At my hearing, what should be included (terminology) in the affidavits or statements from my witness that will not be able to appear in court? Is there a 'special' notary that have to notarize the affidavits/statements.

09/17/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Arizona   |   #8818

How many appeals are allowed to a prisoner on death row?

How many appeals are allowed to a prisoner on death row?

09/16/2007   |   Category: Courts   |   State: Florida   |   #8789
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