Each case is treated separately for discovery purposes if the cases have not been consolidated. So, even if the same law firm is handling the cases, each one is treated differently. The reason is that only the discovery connected to that specific case would be applicable (unless you answer things differently and it can be used to question your honesty).
However, if the same questions have been asked in the same case by the same party, then you can object as the question "being asked and...
in order for your motion to be timely, everything needs to be filed on time. If September 27th is the last day to file the motion, then you need to file the motion on that day. You will have an opportunity to file a reply.
Keep in mind, the grounds for a motion for reconsideration are new law or facts not previously available at the time the original motion was filed.
you can submit a declaration in support of a permanent restraining order. Attach to the declaration all of your proof and try to have it to the court at least 5 court days before your next hearing.
Also, I strongly recommend everytime an incident occurs, that you file a complaint with the local police department.
Please keep in mind that in California, any vehicle that was purchased outside of the state HAS to have a smog check by you, regardless of the last smog check.
But if you purchased the vehicle in California, keep in mind the following (found at the following link):
Most used vehicles need a smog check before they can be sold. If you are selling a used vehicle, you are responsible for getting a smog check ( if required ) before you can sell it.
You DO NOT need to get a smog check to...
Thank you for your question, but unfortunately I cannot give you an estimate on the probability of a settlement, as there are so many factors at play. I strongly suggest you speak with your attorney about a possible appeal as well as the possibility of a favorable settlement.
it depends on the court. Was there a court reporter present during the hearing? if so, you will need to contact that court report to request a transcript. The courtroom clerk should be able to provide you the reporter's email or number.
I am having difficulty fully understanding your question. What I can say is that if the court granted a Defendant's motion and the Plaintiff's complaint is dismissed without leave to amend, then the Plaintiff is out of luck as the case is dismissed and the Plaintiff cannot bring the case again.