For only as long as it takes a judge to issue it.
it's very hard to take a judge career it often takes about seven years. in other places to be a judge like Maryland you need to be 30 years
Not long at all, the minute the judge signs it, it's in effect.
ONLY the judge knows the answer to this.
He can be a judge for as long as he likes.
depends on extent of evidence and related factors
The government can take your land basically whenever they want, as long as they pay you for it.
As soon as the motion is signed by the judge, as little as an hour
You don't quash a motion. You request that the judge deny the motion.
five seconds to sign your lift stay motion
There is no time limit set in law. It may take as long as it takes for the judge to research all the legal references and laws which bear upon the matter. Also - you must remember that YOUR case is not the only one the judge has on his docket and he will usually address them in the order they come to him.
It is totally dependent upon the case load of the presiding judge.
It depends completely upon the length of the trial and its complexity.
This depends on the backlog of cases the judge has to review. In most cases, it will be three to four months at the most from the time the papers are filed.
There is no set time. It can be immediately upon the conclusion of the trial or hearing, or it can be quite a lengthy period as the judge studies and considers all the evidence and testimony.
You need to take the matter before the judge and she will decide.You need to take the matter before the judge and she will decide.You need to take the matter before the judge and she will decide.You need to take the matter before the judge and she will decide.
In general it takes 1 to 2 weeks after the papers have been submitted to the judge.
5 years love
I believe that you may have used the wrong adjective in asking the question.If you meant to ask, how long before it disappears from your criminal record - the answer is never, it is a permanent part of your criminal history.If you meant to ask how long might it take for a judge to consider dismissing the charge against you - then the answer is, that is entirely up to the judge and what legal facts the case consists of.
A warrant is issued by a judge, and the judge decides what is necessary.
In general it takes 1 to 2 weeks for an uncontested divorce after the papers have been submitted to the judge.
it depends if your case is good enough and the judge will let you but you still need your parents to sign off.
There is no time limit set by statute. If the case was heard by a judge (no jury present) he may take as long as necessary to review the trial material and testimony and to look into and research the applicable law(s) and previous rulings.
As long as the judge gives you!