What if the court finds that a motion was sent to the wrong address intentionally?
It means that the defendant hasn't shown up in court and the court finds on behalf the plaintiff. Read More
Can a mother have a minor child's last name changed on his birth certificate without the permission of the father if he signed the birth certificate?
Yes, but the father can motion the family court to stop the action, or have it changed back when he finds out. Read More
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If the court of appeals finds a person guilty it is usually their last recourse. An attorney will be able to help the defendant decide what to do in the case they are found guilty. Read More
Any time you lie in court documents you commit perjury. When you sign court documents you are attesting to their truthfulness and accuracy. When the court finds your duplicity, there will be sanctions. You should consult with an attorney. Any time you lie in court documents you commit perjury. When you sign court documents you are attesting to their truthfulness and accuracy. When the court finds your duplicity, there will be sanctions. You should consult… Read More
The effect is the same with regard to the defendant, but these events take place at different parts of the process. If the state decides not to prosecute (called a nolle prosequi), the case never reaches the court. A case is dismissed by the court after someone has been charged and the court either finds there is insufficient evidence to prove the charge, or on a motion from one of the parties to the case. Read More
Under UK constitutional law from the 1800s is it illegal for council reps police reps to issue on the spot finds until a court finds you guilty?
No, because you are still entitled to contest the fine in court. Read More
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Yes. A child can only be emancipated after a court has held a hearing, and the court finds that emancipation is in the child's best interest. Read More
How to get a restraining order vacated. My neighhas a Restraining Order against me and keeps calling the police and draging me into court went to court yesterday judge told her this is a frivolous RO?
File your own motion with the court requesting a hearing on this matter. Present YOUR side of the story including ALL the documentation you have on your side of the argument. If the judge finds your side of the story persuasive he could very well vacate the order. Read More
Yes. If the court finds compelling evidence of fraud or undue influence, the deed can be nullified. Read More
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The process by which a court system interprets the laws and finds them constitutional or unconstitutional is?
Judicial review Read More
A new trial will be granted if there were errors. Read More
If you have such reasons, such as an illness, you can file a motion for the court date to be changed. However, if the Judge finds out later that you weren't really sick, you would be in trouble. Other acceptable reasons to offer to a judge: Death in the family. Need time to consult with an attorney. Need time to prepare case. Read More
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We have a sign separation agreement. Is this term normal in a complaint for divorce- That she be granted such other and further relief as to this Court appears warranted under the circumstances?
Yes. The court will examine the separation agreement to make certain it is fair and it will also examine the circumstances of the parties. Remember that the divorce court is a court that renders decisions under law and equity. If the court finds the separation agreement to be unfair it can issue other orders. Yes. The court will examine the separation agreement to make certain it is fair and it will also examine the circumstances… Read More
Yes. If the court finds out about the settlement before it is disbursed. Read More
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Anyone who violates a court order may be charged with contempt of court. This can happen one of two ways. The other parent may file a motion for contempt within the family court. The Judge in the family court will then hear the case and determine if the order has been violated. If the Family court Judge finds the party in contempt the Judge has the option of sentencing the offending party to county jail… Read More
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Probably not, but if the court finds out you have fled the jurisdiction they will put a warrant out for you. Even worse - when your bailbondsman finds out he will definitely come after you and return you so that he does not lose his bond money. Read More
When email is sent to someone the email finds the server of the email address's server. The server finds the IP of the email address and the email address's POP3 puts the email in the inbox or junk. Read More
Struck out means that the case against you has been dismissed by the court. In other words the court feels that there is no case to answer,or the court after hearing the prosecution case feels that there is not sufficient evidence to try the accused, and the court finds that it's in the best interest that "the case be struck out." Read More
First of all you have the wrong Edward. Edward in twilight never found his way to offal court or even knew an offal court. Second youy could be talking about Prince Edward from "The Prince and The Pauper" a book wriiten by Mark Twain. Edward finds his way because he is swept up by the croud when he says he is Edward. Read More
Would the US Court of Appeals hear a case about a contract dispute between a private company and the US government?
Only if the court finds the trial unconstitutional -Your welcome Read More
Normally this is done voluntarily in anticipation of adoption, or after a trial in which the court finds the parent to be unfit. Read More
A jury or court finds that the accused is not guilty, in reality the accused may not innocent. Read More
It is a court order issued by the judge when you don't show up for a civil court date. The sheriff or court officer then finds you and takes you into custody and brings you immediately before the judge. In effect it is similar to a warrant for your arrest. Read More
Yes, if the court finds that doing so would be in the child's best interests. Read More
If by notice to appear you mean appearing in court, no it is not, until a judge finds you guilty you will not be charged with an arrest. Read More
The executor of an estate is entitled to compensation. They provide a full accounting of their hours and the activities, with the bill, to the court. If the court finds it reasonable, the executor may collect the money from the estate. Read More
It depends on whether or not the deposition has been subpoenaed by the court. Most of the time, when the court finds out that you live elsewhere, they will offer to do the deposition by phone, or they may find another witness. Read More
It's very likely that the obligee will have to agree. Even then, the court will reduce the arrearage only if it finds that doing so would be in the child's best interest. Read More
Then the judge normally finds you guilty and you can get tried for contempt of court (that second doesn't always happen). If you plan on anything besides a terminal disease, make it to that court date. They really don't view your snubbing them well. Read More
He finds it cumbersome and uncomfortable. More significantly it has no chimney for the smoke from his pipe. Read More
A gameshark reads through the memory banks of a game or program and finds a specific address in the memory. It then forces the variable found at that address to be what you typed into the gameshark causing the game to do what the code says. Read More
When a case is decided by a trial court, the losing party may appeal the case to an appellate court. If the appellate court finds that the trial court made a mistake, as a matter of law, then the judgment may be reversed meaning that the court is invalidating the trial court's decision. It is then remanded, meaning sent back to the trial court, so that a judgment in the losing party's favor will be… Read More
A 402 motion is a statute that allows you to petition for a reduction or dismissal of conviction. It's from UCA 76-3-402 Conviction of lower degree of offenses -- procedure and limitations. (2) If the court suspends the execution of the sentence and places the defendant on probation, whether or not the defendant is committed to jail as a condition of probation, the court may enter a judgment of conviction for the next lower degree… Read More
Congress can not enforce legislation that is unconstitutional. They would need to amend the constitution. Read More
In Illinois, if a court finds that the visits would be in the best interests of the child, then yes. Read More
Can a custodial parent take a non-custodial parent back to court and have the non-custodial rights revoked if the non-custodial parent got a drug charge?
The visitation order can be revoked by the court if it finds the visits place the child in danger or are simply not in the best interest of the child. You should return to court and request a modification due to this change in the circumstances. You should inquire if the court has an advocate with whom you could discuss the situation or you should discuss it with an attorney. An attorney could frame your… Read More
By exercising them and if the mother is not compliant, filing an action against her in the court with jurisdiction. If the court finds she is in contempt, she may be fined or even jailed. If the contempt becomes chronic, the original custody/visitation order may be modified to favor the compliant parent. Read More
Assimilation is when someone takes a piece of newly learned information and categorizes it into an existing schema or heading. Example: A child kicks a soccer ball with a specific motion. The same child tries to kick a rock and finds that using the same motion allows him to successfully kick the rock. The assimilation is in taking the same motion and using it for more than one purpose. Read More
In the US, when congress eliminates a law this is called a repeal. When the Supreme Court finds a law unconstitutional, this is called "striking down" a law. Read More
Yes. The matter can be brought before the court with jurisdiction over the custody order. The court will assign an investigator who will provide a report and the court may make a modification of the custody order if it finds sufficient cause. The court may wait until the domestic violence charge has been adjudicated or it may make a temporary change while that claim is being investigated. Yes. The matter can be brought before the… Read More
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Type http://www.wikipedia.org in the address bar. Or enter "wikipedia" into your search engine; the first item it finds should be Wikipedia. Read More
Call her hun, or sweetie, or dear, or call her by her first name - whatever she finds accceptable. Ask her what works for her. Read More