Writ of CertiorariAdded: Subpoeana Duces Tecum
When the US Supreme Court issues a writ of certiorari (an order to the lower court to send up records), it indicates they have agreed to review the case under their appellate jurisdiction.
Writ of certiorariIf the US Supreme Court agrees to review a case, they issue a writ of certiorari to the lower court ordering the case records sent to the Supreme Court.For more information, see Related Questions, below.
The "document" is a court order called a "writ of certiorari."
If the US Supreme Court agrees to review a case, they issue a writ of certiorari to the lower court ordering the case records sent to the Supreme Court.In reality, use of the formal writ of certiorari is obsolete. Today, the US Supreme Court Clerk of Court typically requests case files from the lower courts using routine administrative processes, rather than serving a court order. The justices initiate this process when they agree to grant certiorari to a case.For more information, see Related Questions, below.
Yes, unless they are sealed by judicial order. For example, juvenile records are often not available to the public. Many jurisdictions now offer online access to public court records. To search for court records that are available to the public online, such as civil, criminal, and probate records, go to the Search Court Records related link. Choose the state for which you wish to look up court records, and then choose "Search Court Case Records" under the "Choose a Court Resource Category" menu. Any statewide search options will be available at the top of the page, or you can scroll down to see options offered by individual counties.
A harassment order will stay on your record permanently. It will be available to pull up through the court records.
When the US Supreme Court agrees to hear a case, it issues a legal order called a "writ of certiorari" telling the lower court to send up the case files.
Uncertain what records are being referred to. The internal administrative records of private companies are NOT considered to be "public records." If they voluntarily choose to show or disclose them to you, that's great. If not, you may have to bring suit against them and get a court order for their release.
A private investigator can get access to bank records of customers by filing a formal request with the law (Court). He would have to submit a request to the court and have a lawyer take up his case. If the judge feels the request is legitimate, he would approve the same. Once done, you can produce this order with the bank and get your bank records.
No. Only a court order can place a hold on a child support obligation. You need to take it up with the court.No. Only a court order can place a hold on a child support obligation. You need to take it up with the court.No. Only a court order can place a hold on a child support obligation. You need to take it up with the court.No. Only a court order can place a hold on a child support obligation. You need to take it up with the court.
You should get several certified copies of the court order ordering the expungement of your record. Simply because a judge ordered it does not mean that all records of the incident have been removed. It will be your responsibility to get the mess cleaned up. If someone accuses you of perjury because you lied on an application and said you had never been convicted of a crime, you will be able to show them the court order that reversed your conviction. Then you will need to find out where the accuser got the false information and have them clean up their records.
No. The court order must be terminated by the court that issued the order. Behavior does not void a court order.
It will always show up in a court records search.
If you have a court order stipulating visitation, then yes. Either parent should be capable of caring for their children even when they are sick. Unless you can amicably work something out regarding making up the time missed after agreeing to a change, then you should follow your court order.
Certiorari is a Latin word that means "to be informed." A writ of certiorari is an appellate court order requesting the lower court send up the records for a case accepted on appeal. The term is most often associated with the US Supreme Court. Certiorari is an extraordinary prerogative writ granted in cases that otherwise would not be entitled to review. A petition for certiorari is made to a superior appellate court, which may exercise its discretion in accepting a case for review, while an appeal of a case from a lower court to an intermediate appellate court, or from an intermediate appellate court to a superior appellate court, is regulated by statute.
The US Supreme Court issues a writ of certiorari. Intermediate appellate courts used to call case records from trial courts on a writ of error, also called a writ of coram nobis; however, this practice has become nearly obsolete, abolished completely in civil cases, and rarely used (although not explicitly prohibited) in criminal cases.Federal Appeals below the Supreme CourtAccording to Title II, Rule 3, of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure (FRAP), appeals "as of right" (non-discretionary) are filed as a Notice of Appeal with the Clerk of Court for the District Court from which the appeal is being made. The Clerk then serves the notice of appeal to the appropriate parties, including the appellate court. Records are sent as a part of standard procedure without requiring an explicit writ or order from the appellate court.When an appeal is discretionary (the appellate court has the option of hearing or refusing the case), Rule 5 provides for Appeal by Permission. The party requesting the appeal must file a Petition for Permission to Appeal. If the Circuit Court files an order granting permission, the appellant pays court fees and the Clerk of Court for the District Court proceeds to serve notice and forward court records, as noted above.Some sources generally refer to a discretionary order granting appeal as a writ of certiorari; however, in the United States, this term is typically understood to refer to the US Supreme Court rather than the Circuit Courts.State AppealsMost states have adopted the FRAP with amendments tailored to state procedures and laws. As with the federal court system, the Clerk of Court forwards lower court records to the appropriate appellate court as a matter of procedure when the appeal is properly filed and, if necessary, approved.
In this state, you can obtain a divorce record from the clerk of the court in the county where the divorce took place. All court decrees are public records. You pay fifteen cents a page for a copy of judicial decrees. If you want it mailed to you, you must send a self addressed stamped envelope. The divorces are available on the internet. So, if you have the name, you can look up the name and the county. Then you can get the copy of the decree.
New York offers the option to obtain some family court records online. Please see the Search New York State Court Records related link. To search family court records online, you will need the case number. If you do not have the case number, or cannot find the information you need online, the best next step is to directly contact the Court Clerk in the county where the family court records are located (ie, where the case was heard). In New York, family court cases are handled by Supreme Courts or Family Courts. Visit the New York Courts Guide related link and look-up the county where the family court records you want are located. You will find contact information for the courts in this county, and then should be able to get more information on obtaining the records you want.
When it comes to child visitation a court order is generally set up. If the court order is not abided by, either party can return to court and ask for modification of the court order to add or lessen visitation.
If you are all paid up you need to bring proof to the court that issued the order and ask to have the child support order terminated.If you are all paid up you need to bring proof to the court that issued the order and ask to have the child support order terminated.If you are all paid up you need to bring proof to the court that issued the order and ask to have the child support order terminated.If you are all paid up you need to bring proof to the court that issued the order and ask to have the child support order terminated.
You probably mean discharge. A bankruptcy is not granted; it is filed. A discharge (meaning your personal liability for a debt is discharged) is granted. The court signs an order granting it. Your attorney should send it to you or, if you don't have an attorney, the court clerk should send it to you. Otherwise, you can look it up at the courthouse or online with PACER (google that word to find it).
The order in which the players are on the court.
No you cannot sue the court itself. That would be saying that the system was built to work against itself and that's not going to happen. You may be able to sue the person the court ordered to do something for not holding up the court order but you can't sue the court.
That is up to the court that issued the order. It CAN be considered contempt, and carry some jail time, but that is up to the judge.