Plaintiff is filing for a default judgement against me. I was never served a summons or complaint, the affidavit for default judgement states that publication was used for service. This is the first I have heard of the case, and received the notic...
The application for entry of default should have the case number of the case. You can go to any of the superior court buildings, including the Northwest one in Surprise, go to the bank of public computers and type in the case number.See question
A company I used to work for is attempting to show revenue to attract by using internal projects as income. They have no customers that generate any revenue but show it on the books as if they do. They are trying ti get people to invest by say...
Sounds fraudulent. More would have to be known for sure, such is where is the money coming from to pay all these salaries if there is no revenue? Are the owners funding salaries for a period of time until the business gets off the ground? If so, how long can they afford to do so? Typically investors require more than the owners' say-so that a company is worth millions.See question
My son is being charged in a drive by shooting, he's being charged as in adult. So 4 weeks ago while speaking to his lawyer he (The Lawyer) disclosed to me that my son had admitted to the crime, not only was I present but my father was also listen...
If your son can not afford to hire a criminal defense attorney, he has the right to a public defender. He does not have the right to choose his free attorney. If your son gave the attorney permission to tell you he admitted to the crime, then there is no breach of confidentiality. You do not even say that your son does not like his attorney, only that you do not trust him. It is not your case.See question
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When someone files a motion, the other side has an opportunity to file a response. But the motion filer gets the last word - the motion filer then has an opportunity to file a Reply. It is a Reply to the Response but it is typically labelled as a Reply in support of the original motion.See question
I bought a puppy from someone on craigslist who claimed she had all her first shots. When we brought her home we noticed she had diarrhea but thought it could just be her diet. Two days later a vet confirmed she had parvo. She passed away 5 days l...
If the pet seller lied about the dog having had its shots, you may be able to sue for your vet bills and the value of the dogs. However, you can not sue for pain and suffering, as pets are considered property under the law.See question
I have reach a settlement agreement with the Plaintiff do I still need to contact the Justice Court regarding a Notice to file a rule 121. Disclosure Statement before the stated date on the form.
You can just do a Motion to Dismiss for the reason that the case has settled. But make sure you have the settlement agreement in writing first, signed by both parties. You do not need to produce disclosure statements if you have settled.See question
I purchased a custom built specialty rifle from a company I found on the internet. The company has been in business since 1987. I have contacted them numerous times and I keep getting the runaround. I have email correspondence and a credit card s...
You can sue the company for breach of contract, to either supply the rifle or refund your money. When you prevail, you may be able to recover your attorneys' fees from the company as well. If the value is under $10,000, you can sue in Justice Court.See question
What papers/forms are needed to file an appeal on my own? Is there a set format or recommended format or forms that I would be able to get online?
One thing you can find online is the Arizona Rules of Criminal Procedure. Rule 31.13 deals with the format of the appellate brief.See question
We were told by the appeal attorney that we need to do the Anders brief and submit it to the court. I need to know what has to be included and is there an actual format of form that is required to be filled.
There is no form for your brief in this situation. The judges are pretty tolerant with the briefs convicted people file in these situations. The law clerk of the judge assigned to your case will review the entire record of your case for legal errors. Your job here is to point out what you believe to be legal error in the record.See question
In September 2014 I filed a formal ethics complaint against my supervisor because she was demanding I do things on the job that were fraudulent and contrary to AHCCCS regulations. I was placed on administrative leave during what I was told was an ...
If you were terminated in retaliation for refusing to violate state law, you may actually have a claim for wrongful termination, which is rare in Arizona, in addition to a claim for defamation, especially if that untrue statement about you prevented you from getting the new job. Make an appointment with an attorney for a consultation to discuss your case in more detail. Bring any paperwork associated with the administrative leave and termination.See question