What court order can be appealed?
One of the mechanisms built into the U.S. justice system is a system to deal with appeals. Basically, any court order (except one by the Supreme Court) can be appealed. But it's an uphill battle. After all, one is seeking to have the order of a judge (or panel of judges) set aside. The basis for the appeal must have merit or an appellate court will reject it outright. If this happens, there's always another level of appeal, but the slope gets even steeper. (Remember, it's an uphill battle.)
Its C. All final orders which dispose of the entire case.
In brief, yes a court decision can be appealed. In some cases appeals have reached the Supreme Court level. Read More
The supreme court sided with the defendant. The company decided to appeal against the ruling with the supreme court. Read More
trial courts. Read More
To the US Supreme Court. It is part of the US federal judicial system and was formerly known as the US Customs Court. It has limited jurisdiction. See below link for further infoirmation: Decisions from the US court of international trade can be appealed at the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Read More
The State Supreme Court Read More
Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. Read More
You'd better not do it in open court - but the judges findings can be appealed to the Court of Appeals. Read More
The United States Supreme Court judges listens to cases that have been appealed to the highest court. The judges also ensure that legislature is constitutional. Read More
All cases that are appealed from the Court of Appeal go to the Supreme Court. First you must seek leave (permission) of the court to make your appeal, however. Read More
It depends on the setup of your state's judicial system. In some states, cases heard by a magistrate or other lower court can be appealed to a court of common pleas, or "general trial court". Generally, however, cases are appealed to appellate courts and not to trial courts. Read More
Alberta's superior court initially, it was then appealed to the SCC...I think. Regardless, his charge was reduced but conviction remained. Read More
A custody case may be appealed as high as the state's supreme court. However that court reserves the right to hear cases. If not, the ruling of the next lowest appellate court will prevail. Read More
So you can have your case heard in a higher court. They won't look at a case unless a decision was made in a lesser court and usually do not reverse the decision but you could appeal up to the Supreme which rarely takes any cases. Read More
In the Illinois state court system, the trial courts are called Circuit Courts and are the lowest courts. Trial court decisions may be appealed to appeals courts within the state court system. For more information on the Illinois court system, see the Illinois Court Directory related link. Read More
There is not statute of limitations on collecting fines imposed by Ohio courts. Once the order has been given by the court, it can be appealed or reversed but there is no limit to the time allowed for collection. Read More
The court, ultimately, can do whatever it wants. The court system is the final arbiter of all laws and of what is right and what is not. While a court decision may ultimately be appealed up the chain of appellate courts sooner or later the decision the final court makes is the binding law and failure to abide by whatever that decision is would be illegal. Read More
What happened when Lee Yick appealed his conviction for running an illegal laundry in San Francisco to the US Supreme Court?
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Did the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit rule on the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act?
Yes. On May 31, 2012, the judges in Gill v. Office of Personnel Management ruled unanimously that Section 3 of DOMA is unconstitutional. The case has been appealed to the US Supreme Court which has not yet said whether they will hear it. Another 1st Circuit DOMA case appealed to SCOTUS is Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Department of Health and Human Services. Read More
I doubt you mean "appealed", perhaps you mean repealed? Read More
It was one of the things that the Nazis appealed to in order to get people to perpetrate the Holocaust Read More
Yes. In fact, in 2014 a federal court ruled that Texas' ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. The ban remains in effect while that ruling is appealed. Read More
Although the Constitution does not specifically give Congress the power to .... The case was appealed to the Maryland Court of Appeals where the state of ... in the formation of a balance between federalism, federal power, and states' powers. Read More
No, it is not. It is the past tense and past participle of the verb to appeal. It can be a verb form, a participial, or an adjective (e.g. appealed ruling). Read More
The judgment should be examined to see if it is truly valid. A large percentage of judgments are not. The judgment was rendered by default, which means the person did not show up in court to defend the action. If the judgment can be proved to be faulty, (wrong person named, wrong amount of debt, etc.. it can be appealed via the court. Read More
There the priests and rulers appealed to the gods for the well-being of the city-state. Read More
Can an employer refuse to deduct and remit child support from an employee who has a court order to have wages garnished by the employer?
No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order. No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order. No. That employer should be reported to the court. If a court order for garnishment was issued it is in contempt of a court order… Read More
In Illinois can a biological father who voluntarily relinquished his parental rights reclaim those rights if the child is not adopted within a specific period of time?
No. Once the court has granted the petition for parental rights to be terminated it is permanent. The parent(s) who voluntarily relinquished cannot have them reinstated. A permanent termination of parental rights by a court (not voluntarily) can be appealed under certain circumstances. Read More
You must return to the court that issued the order a file a motion for contempt of the court order. Read More
You get a court order by filing a lawsuit or a motion and ask the court to order what you want. The clerk of court can assist in obtaining a subpoena for an ongoing lawsuit. Read More
You need to request a child support order from the Family Court in order to get child support. If he is not paying the amount ordered by the court you must return to court and file a motion for contempt of a court order. Child support issues must be handled through the court. Read More
United States A defendant in a criminal trial in the state or federal court systems can appeal that judgment to an appellate court. The appellate court is the intermediate step in the U.S. legal system. The appeal must be filed within a certain statutory time period following the verdict. In a criminal appeal, each side (defense and prosecution) must file a written brief with the appellate court that recites the facts of the case, the… Read More
You need to bring the matter to court and get a court order that declares the foreclosure to be invalid and confirms that you hold title to the property. The court order must be recorded in the land records. You need to bring the matter to court and get a court order that declares the foreclosure to be invalid and confirms that you hold title to the property. The court order must be recorded in… Read More
Is an unmarried father's court ordered supervised visitation void after no calls and not showing up in Tennessee when the mother has a protection order against him?
No. The court order must be terminated by the court that issued the order. Behavior does not void a court order. Read More
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The other spouse has no authority to violate the court order. You need to return to that court and file a motion for contempt of a court order. The court will handle the situation. Read More
Perhaps, but if it is a personal injury suit it is not likely. Debts that are dischargeable in bankrupcy are all subject to interpretation of the trustee in accordane with federal or state bankruptcy laws. Likewise, all such decisions by the trustee can be appealed in BK court. Read More
Can you take ex wife back to court if you are in the rears on child support she is refusing court order visiation?
Yes you can. She can not withhold court ordered visitation. If she does, she too is in violation a court order. Read More
a court order that forces witnesses for the accused to appear and testify in court is called a subpoena. (suh PEE nuh) Read More
It can be a court order. Or it can be a document executed by the grantor. Read More
No. The court has no means to enforce that type of order. Read More
When a court issues an order, it means that the court is telling someone what they must do and/or not do. "Contrary to the order of the court" means that the court's order has not been obeyed. Someone's action(s) or inaction(s) is "contrary" to what the court said she been done or not done. In short, it means you have not obeyed the judge. Read More
That should be clearly stated in the court order. If you are not sure, contact the court that issued the child support order and obtain a copy. That should be clearly stated in the court order. If you are not sure, contact the court that issued the child support order and obtain a copy. That should be clearly stated in the court order. If you are not sure, contact the court that issued the child… Read More
A cconviction on any charge can be appealed AFTER the trial. Read More
They appealed to the peasants and had support from the Soviet Union Read More
You need to return to court and request that the order be terminated. Read More
You don't. You don't get a court order to marry anyone. Read More
You agree to the stipulation and it becomes a court order. Read More