not long about 5 years and 12 months and 30 days
do I have to file a bfief to file for a motion for change of venue in civil case
Once a case is decided you can begin the appeal process immediatley.
FIle it with the Clerk of the Court's office.
Not to the original case - THAT case is over and done with. However, you may file a motion to RE-OPEN the case, or you can file an appeal to the case based on the discovery of new evidence.
File a motion with the juvenile court to appeal the sentence.
You ask your lawyer to file a motion to have the judge changed and request another or to have the judge recused from the case.
It varies depending upon the type of case that is being submitted for appeal and has much to do with the statutes of limitations of the state in which the case was first presented.
The period for discovery begins.
That would be a civil case. In Ohio you have two years to file the suit.
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.
File a Notice of Appeal in the court clerk's office. You may be required to pay an appeal filing fee and/or post an appeal bond.
File an appeal with the US Court of Appeals for that circuit.
Unclear exactly what the questioner is asking - however - at any time after sentencing he can file an appeal of his case to his state's Court of Appeals.
If it wasn't a jury trial you were probably found "guilty en absentia." If you want to appeal the case, you will have to file for a re-hearing. If it was a jury trial contact the judge or the court to see if you can file an appeal.
That would be a criminal case. In Michigan they would have six years to bring the charges.