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The dna was never discussed during trial
You can also try the innocence project. http://www.innocenceproject.orgSee question
Plaintiff states she was injured during an event where we allowed our adult daughter and some of her other adult friends to borrow our ATV's for there use .
Nothing in the statement is binding or determinative in the case - the point is simply to apprise the court of what the case is about and allow it to schedule dates. I would add that there's also a meet and confer requirement before the CMC.See question
Received a check for $3000.00 from Rust Consulting LLC, apparently some kind of a payment as a result of independent Foreclosure Review with BAC. Is this just a scam?
If you got $3K in the mail and you don't know why, it's probably a scam, a mistake, and/or not really a check.See question
Need Help I have a complex case with multiple core issues involving three real estate development projects. Claim related issues are; 1) Business torts, defamation and slander, interference, Breach of contracts 2) Fraud in the induceme...
I would just add that the statute of limitations is definitely not 4 years for every cause of action you list. As you say these events happened around 2011, you should hurry.See question
I had a husband and wife team ( soon to be separated) play me for a fool today. The wife dropped off their dog for a surgical procedure at our office. She signed everything but an estimate for the anticipated services. She used the husband's CareC...
Phone authorizations or not, you seem to have an argument there was - at the very least - an implied contract. If you're within the monetary parameters of small claims, that's a good option.See question
I've found information on this site stating that statement of damages is not required unless it's a personal injury /wrongful death case. Is this true? assuming it's not (my case is a breach of contract), and it's required, is it a form or does it...
Mr. Mann is correct. I would add that if you're pro per, then you don't have attorney fees. If you are represented, then you request the amount in your default judgment prove up package (this, of course, assumes you have a right to fees under the contract or statute).See question
If you're referring to a challenge by special demurrer that the claim is uncertain, those are almost impossible to win. Most judges overrule them and direct the parties to clear up any ambiguities in discovery. As for pleading a cause of action, looking at the jury instructions for the particular claim is a great resource for what you need to plead (and eventually prove).See question
before the hearing date does the plaintiff have to reply to the opposition?
The opposition is due 9 court days prior to the hearing. The reply is 5 court days prior.See question
A process server blatantly lied about serving me a Notice to Quit in Van Nuys Superior Court. He couldn't even describe the property and was belligerent and uncouth. He claimed to be a registered process server. The Judge believed him. How in ...
Regardless, you're probably better off just fighting the merits of the suit and preserving resources and reducing headaches. Even if you won that service battle, they could just have served you right there in court.See question
I filed a cross complaint. The other side put in a Motion To Strike, but did not demur or answer. The Motion To Strike was denied. In the minute order the judge didn't say anything about how long the other side had to file an answer. How lo...
10 days. If no response by then, you could enter default, but don't expect it to be upheld if the party is already in the case. As fighting a motion to vacate is probably a waste of time and resources, just asking the party for their new response is likely the best course.See question