What does no contest mean in court?
It means I am not saying I am innocent nor am I saying I am guilty!
You can contest it in court, though of course this would mean you have to return to that state on the date on your citation, at which point another date would be set for the actual trial. But...call the number on your citation and speak with somebody there. Explain your situation; they might have other processes in place for someone in your situation.
It sounds like it may POSSIBLY mean: No Contest, Count 1. Which would mean that the defendant pleaded "no contest" to the charge against them. A no contest plea is, in effect, a plea of guilty and signifies that the defendant acknowledges that the prosecution has enough evidence against them in order to convict, therefore the defendant will not 'contest' the charge.
Generally, a will contest is filed when notice has been given that someone has petitioned the court to have the will allowed and appoint an executor. An executor is not appointed until the will is allowed. If there is some dispute as to the validity of the will an executor will not be appointed until the court makes a decision whether or not to allow the will. So to answer your question, until the will…
What if your father name is not on your birth records but you won his small estate in probate court but his sister-in-law contest it?
When this happens, you will have the opportunity to contest the default judgment against you if you can show the court good cause for why you were not present the day of the hearing. This is because the court sees some unfairness towards the spouse who, for one reason or another, was unable to appear at the divorce trial, who now wants to contest it. Because of this, most states have a procedure through which…
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If you mean the NANORG contest by Symantec, NANORG was a contest for College students in 2006, which tested their abilities in coding and programming assembly language that Symantec specially designed for the contest. The winner was Matthew Menke. If you mean nanorg as a biological term, it is short for nano-organism.
When a parent requests to move out of state and the other parent has 30 days to contest it how long is the process?
When you receive a ticket, it is a summons to appear in court. You have three options any time you get a ticket: you can accept guilt and pay the fine, you can contest it and appear before a magistrate, or you can ignore it. If you accept guilt and pay the fine, the ticket is adjudicated. It has been resolved by the court. If you contest it and see the magistrate, he will either…