Procedures to appeal vary by state. You might need to file a notice of appeal or some type of petition with the court. You should consult a local attorney that knows about this area of the law.
Asked in DIY Projects
How do you find out if you have a cps case open and for how long?
i need to know how long it takes a cps case to close if all problems have been resolved!!! ...
Can Chicago public school teachers receive unemployment benefits?
You can appeal with unemployment, but you need proof that CPS will, with CPS for teachers but they would rather keep the money for benefits. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, US Constitution
How do you appeal a case?
In every court there are rules and procedures set out by the law to appeal on the particular case, within certain time limits. A lawyer would provide a better advice in how you can appeal on a case and where you can appeal. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Children and the Law
Can cps in Colorado use information from a previous cps case in Arizona?
They can and do use any and all information that they can get "in the interest of the child." ...
How does a case on appeal reach the supreme court?
A case on appeal reaches the supreme court if the judges below them cant handle it or that case specifically but it is very hard to get a case on appeal in the supreme court ...
Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Cases, Court Procedure
Can you appeal the verdict of jury in civil case?
In a criminal case, the defendant can appeal a verdict of Guilty; however the government may not appeal a verdict of Not Guilty. In a civil case, both plaintiff and defendant may appeal the finding of the jury if that finding is adverse to their claims. ...
If your court case is closed can CPS case stay open?
I am presuming that CPS stands for Child Protective Services. A CPS case is not a court case, especially if a court case is separate. Therefore that case can remain open if a case worker feels that it should be. Let's say for example, you are charged with child abuse, a case presented to the court by Child Protective Services. For starters, it is not Child Protective Services that actually brings a case to court: it's the state attorney's office. If the...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, US Constitution
What does it mean if you appeal your case?
It means that you don't agree with, the findings of your first case and wish it to be reviewed by a higher court. Just the fact that you don't like the verdict, is not sufficient. If you appeal your case you must have sound legal reasoning for the appeal. ...
Asked in Torts, Criminal Law
What can you do if someone blatantly lied about me in a civil case?
If it affected the outcome of the case, you can appeal the case.
Asked in Children and the Law
Will cps close case if maternal grandmother takes custody?
No, as that does not resolve the original issue.
Asked in US Constitution, US Government
What is the ability of one court to be the only court to hear the case?
a case comes to a court if they have a final ruling then they can. If the person in the case is not happy with the results they can get an appeal and go to a higher case but its rare that people get an appeal. ...
If the US Supreme Court denies your case is there another court to appeal to?
No. The US Supreme Court is the final court of appeal; if they deny your case, the decision of the lower court stands. There is no other avenue of appeal. ...
How do you take a court case from one level of court to another?
you have to appeal your case
Difference between original jurisdiction and appelate?
Original jurisdiction - This is the court that originally hears your case. If the judge applied the law incorrectly in your case, you can appeal the ruling. Appellate jurisdiction - This court hears the case on appeal. The appellate court can, however, refuse to hear your appeal. ...
Asked in Divorce and Marriage Law
In a divorce case does a judges ruling stand until an appeal is filed?
Unless the Appeal includes an injunction.
Asked in Texas
Is wrongful removal by cps grounds for dismissal of case in Texas?
It could be grounds for dismissal if there was a wrongful removal by CPS in the state of Texas. However, an attorney will be able to file motions and answer any questions you have. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Can you retract your statement after case has gone to cps?
You can contact CPS and "correct" any statements you may have made to them. However be aware that if they have already taken action based on those statements you could be in for trouble. While CPS is not considered a law enforcement agency there are penalties for hindering an investigation conducted by them. ...
What does it mean if a losing side in a court case wants to appeal the case?
It means that they want another shot at the case or they think the lower court was wrong, so they appeal to a higher case which reviews the lower court's decision for an error in law and facts. If they win on appeal, the appellate court either rules in their favor or remands (returns) the case back to the lower court to redecide. ...
Asked in California, Court Procedure
How much does it cost to appeal a civil case in California?
It depends on the case. The major costs for appeal are attorney fees and the costs involved in re-producing the record. There is no set cost. ...