Had my hearing in Dec.2017 and still have not heard anything back yet on a decision, lawyer can not give me any advice on what might be going on besides just be patient.
Your attorney may learn of the result of the decision before you do, yes.
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Yes it is possible but not certain.
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He will know when the court calls him and tells him. The Court will not contact you first.
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