A hearing to determine whether evidence can be used. If it was obtained with probable cause or not or otherwise illegally or simply may not pertain to the case
This question touches on several issues. (1) you can file a motion requesting an evidentiary hearing if you like - it will either be granted or denied. (2) If you have filed for discovery then the plaintiff MUST comply with the order - the question then becomes, how much time is enough time to produce it? (3) The judge may not be inclined to do a full dismissal of the case, pending the delivery of the discovery material. How do you KNOW the judge won't dismiss the case? Have you filed a motion for dismissal and been denied? If so, the denial should have stated on what grounds the request was denied.
You file a motion to compel (take a look at federal rules of civil procedure 26 and 37) asking the Court for sanctions against the party. One of the remedies may be to dismiss a claim etc..
When you want a court to do something, you make a motion. If you make a motion to dismiss, you move to dismiss. If I moved to dismiss, I'm asking the court to dismiss whatever case is in front of me.
A sentence with the word dismiss is "The judge had to dismiss court because of bad weather."
It is agreed then, we will dismiss him from the force.He will likely dismiss it as a hoax.
Dispose-- to throw away Dismiss--to let go ( as dismiss from class) or to ignore
I am ready for the teacher to dismiss the class now.
The root word of dismiss is miss
" We dismiss thee." meaning I dismiss you.
Currently, we don't dismiss the students until late afternoon.
That is the correct spelling of "dismiss" (to terminate, to end a session, or to disregard).
In order to dismiss a restraining order, you will need to petition a "Dismiss Protection Order" with the court system.
The president can not dismiss any elected officials. The only people that he can dismiss are those that he appoints directly, such as his cabinet and ambassadors.
The President can dismiss him on grounds of bribery,treason or violation of the constitution.
First you should make the mayor idle, then dismiss it.
Why did Dutch sailors dismiss Australia and its inhabitants
The noun forms for the verb to dismiss are dismissal and the gerund, dismissing.
The Igbo word for "dismiss" of the Western African origin is gbasaa.
Lord Dismiss Us has 378 pages.
The ISBN of Lord Dismiss Us is 978-0552080422.
The Food Network has refused to renew their contract with 66 year old Paula Deen due to the discovery of a series of racial slurs that she has been accused of using.
More info required from questioner - what do you mean by "dismiss" a criminal record.
No, the president can not dismiss Congress, However he can call it back into session.
"I did not dismiss you," said the teacher when her students stood up too early.