Legal Advice for Case Dismissed — 26 results
Written by attorney Alexander Ransom, 9 months ago.
Sometimes, Judges dismiss cases by reviewing the facts contained in the police reports. Consequently, the judge decides whether the Prosecutor can prove the different elements of the... more
Written by attorney Alexander Ransom, 10 months ago.
Are you facing a property crime of Hit and Run, Malicious Mischief, Shoplifting and/or Theft? This legal guide explains how your attorney can get the charges dismissed via a statutory... more
Written by attorney Melinda Garcia, about 1 month ago.
The U.S. Court of Appeals in the Ninth Circuit upheld a prior dismissal of a lawsuit brought by the California Construction Trucking Association (CCTA) against the California Air Resources... more
Written by attorney Cy M. Abdo, 2 months ago.
Michigan has a host of laws which can result in the dismissal of a criminal offense. Application of these laws is not automatic. Each offender needs to qualify for application of these laws.... more
Written by attorney Alexander Ransom, 8 months ago.
This guide summarizes a legal WHAT IS A STIPULATED ORDER OF CONTINUANCE? In a Stipulated Order of Continuance - also called an SOC - the defendant enters into a contractual agreement with... more
Written by attorney Christopher Leroi, about 1 year ago.
This guide will attempt to address some common misconceptions about speedy trial - when it starts, how long it is, how it can be tolled, and how it can be waived CRS 18-1-405 Speedy Trial... more
Written by attorney Howard A Snader, almost 3 years ago.
A female filed sexual assault against two University of Arizona students, Ellery Shane Gordon, 21 and Gregory William Haft, 19 in February. According to the plaintiff Gordon and Haft lured... more
Written by attorney Carina Castaneda, 9 months ago.
Not every defendant who faces criminal charges will proceed to trial or a plea. Many cases end up being dismissed by either the prosecutor or the court. Grounds for Dismissal Some grounds... more
Written by Avvo Staff, 12 months ago.
If your divorce case has been “dismissed for want of prosecution,” you may have questions regarding what this means, why it happened, and what you can do about it.
Written by attorney George Nickel, about 1 year ago.
How to erase the records from a dismissed case in North Carolina. Find out if you qualify for an expungement. Contact The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC for a free consultation to... more
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