What if your legal right to appear in court?
Look up the 6th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. You have a right to trial by a jury of your peers (depending on what type of court you're being charged at).
It means that if you have a legal reason/necessity to appear in court you are guaranteed that, right and the right to be heard. Read More
A subpoena issued by the court. Read More
no you most certainly will be arrested for appearing in court intoxicated. Read More
Kind of a broad question with no specifics - but - generally the one person who has the undeniable right to appear in person in court is the accused defendant. Read More
It means one's legal standing to appear before a court Read More
Subpoena Read More
As your legal right you're able to have an attorney in any court case. Read More
It decided that women had a right to a legal abortion. the court assured the right to a legal abortion. Read More
Either you or your legal representative appear in court in response to a summons, or otherwise satisfy its requirements. Read More
habeas corpus Read More
Assuming they have proper legal grounds, appeal the finding of the court. Read More
what are the legal right for a father who as been court odered and proven of a DNA testing to the child Read More
The court assured the right to a legal abortion. Read More
it depends on the situation go to court Read More
Are there any legal protection for employees who have mandatory court appearance if they are the defendant to prevent them from being fired from their job?
Wihtout knowing your state, it is impossible to answer. You have no alternative but to honor a court subpoena to appear. If you are a resident of a "right-to-work" state your employer can discharge you at any time for any reason. Read More
The clerk of the court at your local courthouse should be able to direct you to legal aid services, which are legal services available to you at little or no cost. * Every US citizen has the right to represent his or herself (Pro Se) in a court of law. The contesting spouse only needs to appear at the hearing with evidence documenting the contested terms and present his or her case to the court. Read More
Can you get a divorce over the phone without having to pay due to you being pm lowincome and have the fee waived?
A divorce is a judicial action that dissolves a legal marriage. You must appear in court. If you are indigent, the filing fee may be waived. You need to visit your local family court and the staff will answer all your questions. A divorce is a judicial action that dissolves a legal marriage. You must appear in court. If you are indigent, the filing fee may be waived. You need to visit your local family… Read More
ALL legal actions?? No, not ALL. Read More
Only a member of the Bar can speak for you in court. No one else is allowed to address the court during legal proceedings. Read More
that would be a wise thing to do, the accused has a right to face you. Read More
This may be a Latin derivation, meaning "to set out", "halt" or "stand still". As a legal term it means "to appear in court". Read More
A legal right is a right you have to something without any barriers. An equitable right is one that would be recognized by a court of equity. One of the easiest to understand examples is the right of real property ownership. Suppose a person purchases a parcel of land by deed from its owner. That person becomes the legal owner of the property. They have a legal right of ownership. Now suppose a person inherited… Read More
Generally, the person who has legal custody or legal guardianship of the child has right to the child's medical records. A parent who does not have legal custody is not entitled to the child's medical records. Generally, they would need a court order to obtain them. Read More
The official written order commanding a person to appear in court or before another legal body such as a committee of the US congress?
the Congressional Record. Read More
Many people appear in court representing themselves, unless a Judge, Magistrate etc disapproves. Read More
A court order requiring someone to appear in court is a subpoena, pronounced suh-PEEN-ah. If you do not appear in court as ordered, you can be brought to court by the police or you can be charged with contempt of court. Read More
Can my dead spouses mother who does not have guardianship or custody of my children take me back to court for an increase?
No. Nor does she have the right to accept any court ordered child support payments. She must petition the court to be appointed the child's legal guardian. If the deceased mother had full legal custody a guardian must be appointed or you must obtain legal custody through the court. Read More
If married parents cannot decide on who should get custody in a will who has the legal right to decide?
Probate Court Read More
A court order to appear in court on a specified date and time is called a summons. You have to be sure to appear on that date and time. Read More
The criminals have the right to remain silent, the right to an attorney, and they can appeal their case to a higher court Read More
She has the right to file for divorce, end the legal marriage and have the marital property divided by the court. Read More
Under long standing common law principles a property owner under a deed that created a joint tenancy has the legal right to sever the joint tenancy. A court will not prohibit that right. Under long standing common law principles a property owner under a deed that created a joint tenancy has the legal right to sever the joint tenancy. A court will not prohibit that right. Under long standing common law principles a property owner… Read More
Battery, in legal terms (as opposed to electrical terms) is assault which damages someone. If a warrant has been issued for you to appear for the charge of battery, it means that you have been accused of this crime and must appear in court, to be tried. Read More
It decided that women had a right to legal abortions Read More
This is called a SUBPOENA. if you fail to appear in court after you have been subpoeaned you can be charged with contempt of court. Read More
In many cases, a defendant's failure to appear (or to request a continuance) will result in a summary judgment. This can result in further legal proceedings against the defendant even if it is eventually appealed. Read More
Adult Down syndrome patients do have a right to autonomy. The exception is if the court has appointed a legal guardian for them. Read More
Your ex husband is taking you to court to now take sole custody of your kids do you have the right to counsel?
Everyone has a right to legal counsel, but it's not free. Read More
You can contact the court that issued it and explain your situation, however, it MAY well be that you must appear, regardless. Read More
If you have a restraining order on someone do you still need to appear in court if your summons and they are there?
Yes. If you are ordered to appear in a court, you must appear no matter what. Read More
That would be the Writ of Habeus Corpus. Read More
A legal contract is binding. If you break the contract without having the legal right to do so as set in the terms of the contract or by having the contract declared void by a court, the other party has the right to sue you in order to be compensated for the value of the contract. Read More
You can hire a collector to collect it. You can also ask the court for a judgment against the debtor which give s you a legal right to collect it. Read More
It decided that women had a right to legal abortions. Read More
Motion motioning the court to be emancipated so that you can support yourself. Read More