can i bring this to another court? the matter is in appeals now but i dont want to miss any more SOL's and want to open this up now. i dont want to wait. mental illness
Criminal Defense Attorney
You can't lose in one court and then try again in a different court. That violates the principles of res judicata and collateral estoppel.
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Contracts / Agreements Lawyer
Early in the case you you may have had a chance to withdraw your complaint/petition and bring the action in a new court, however if you are in the appeals process then it is too late under the doctrine of collateral estoppel.
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
If mental illness is an issue, then you should definitely heed your lawyer's advice.
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