Legal Advice for Case Dismissed — 26 results
Written by attorney George Nickel, over 1 year ago.
Dismissed charges, expungements and getting a new job: What you need to know to make sure your official record is clear so you do not risk being turned down for a new job. Even if Your... more
Written by attorney Faraji Rosenthall, almost 2 years ago.
Every case is different and unique. However, the vast majority of DWI cases that result in dismissal have at least one of the following issues. A good lawyer will always look to see if a... more
Written by attorney Nathan Graham, about 4 years ago.
The Bankruptcy Code allows debtors in Chapter 13 cases to voluntarily dismiss their bankruptcy case at any time. The ability to dismiss a case can be useful in many different situations.... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Seidberg, almost 3 years ago.
On August 15, Judge Gray H. Miller dismissed a consumers FDCPA complaint, holding that a 20-second silent voicemail message did not amount to a communication and did not violate FDCPA.... more
Written by attorney Lee P. Morgan, 11 months ago.
If your Chapter 13 case was dismissed due to missed payments, you may be able to refile. WILL THE COURT CONFIRM MY PLAN IF I REFILE? Usually yes, but you must be able to show that you have... more
Written by attorney Nathan Weeks, almost 5 years ago.
Colorado has an Open Records Act which requires most information held by government agencies to be available to the public, this includes arrest and criminal court records. What this means... more
Written by attorney Theodore Woerthwein, over 3 years ago.
Wells Fargo v McNee(11/11) As the First Department held in Katz v. East-Ville Realty Co., (249 AD2d 243, 243), a [p]laintiffs attempt to foreclose upon a mortgage in which he had no legal... more
Written by attorney Bart Betteau, over 1 year ago.
One of the most common questions I get is about Miranda rights. People say that they were arrested and the Officer did not read them their Miranda rights. They People then ask “doesn’t... more
Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 4 years ago.
Rule 46 (B) of the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure ("ARFLP") governs the dismissal of family court cases within Arizona. In particular, pro se (self represented) litigants in family... more
Written by attorney Paul McGlone, over 4 years ago.
Q: Can I have my Case Records Expunged now that I have had a Misdemeanor Dismissed in Fairfax County Courts?
A:My advice would be to retain counsel to handle this for you. These cases can... more
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