Can a Judge or Court order 'to file amended complaint which will completely replace the original complaint'? Is it considered giving advice by a Judge to a party?
If a pleading is deficient, the court can either dismiss or tell you to amend it. Better that they do the latter.See question
This is the situation where a Defendant filed a motion that clearly states Plaintiffs were opposed and the Court granted it a day after leaving not opportunity to brief it in opposition. Does the Court (Federal) can do that?
Mr. Klurfeld is correct. You can ask the court to reconsider but that is unlikely. Please don't do this pro se.See question
i'd like to know if there's any legal basis for filling a lawsuit based on the following facts: contests based in the US is open only to US legal citizens. i'm a non-resident US alien, born and living in brazil. this specific contest was ...
The company is within their rights to limit the contest to US citizens. As such, you would have no basis for a lawsuit under these facts.See question
I was told by my judge that if i wanted pubic representation, i would have to put a continuance on my case, otherwise i would have to represent myself. Public Defender didnt want to represent me in fear of malpractice lawsuit considering she wa...
No you cannot successfully sue the court under these circumstances. Even if you have a valid case, the courts can't be sued.See question
What charges might a defendant face if a minor who is 12 or older but younger than 16 falsely alleges that the defendant raped her? Let's say that statutory rape was a fact because of the age difference but what if on top of it the victim alleges...
you have indicated this is a school project. This is not a research tool. You need to do your own homework, lest you be accused of plagiarism.See question
I was arrested a year ago for a dui I was 20 and my blood alcohol was .07. I'm turning 21 in a week still haven't received my official court date my lawyer has been pushing it further. I was told that theres a deal that I would have my speeding an...
Unlikely, but these are things you need to discuss with your own lawyer, who obviously knows more about the case than we do.See question
out loud in front of his office? There were many people around his office that overheard the conversation including myself. Thank you.
You can, but as others have stated, you need to decide what relief you are seeking and whether it is worth it.See question
I parked my car in month long term parking area, paid the month parking fee and went on an extend trip. During the month I was a paying customer, the city still ticket my car for non-payment and eventually towed my car. My credit card shows that I...
You may well be able to sue for the damage to your car and the parking/ticket costs. You can't sue for the stress.See question
Heated Divorce from 2nd wife, no kids, and a $5M Estate (Half is my Pre-Marital/Half Comm). She filed Divorce on 2/14/14. Order setting trial filed 8/3/15 w/ 3-Day Trial set for 9/9-9/11. On 8/10 P. substituted counsel now has team of 3 attys. My ...
Whether I, or anyone else on this site, thinks the judge should recuse himself is irrelevant. He denied the request to do so, and you are now headed to trial. You have a $5 million estate, she has 3 lawyers, and you have none. This is not going to end well unless you get new counsel, and do it immediately.See question
I haven't seen my child at all since he was born
The child is still owed support from his biological dad. You can't disown him.See question