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How can you get information on an old court case?

A:  One of the best resources for locating old Supreme Court cases is the searchable Justia Beta database, which maintains records of both cases and orders, dating back to the beginning of the Court. You can also ask about a particular case on Wikianswers. To access the Justia Beta database, see Related Links, below....

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How can you get information on someone arrested in Madrid?

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How can you get something expunged from your record in the state of arkansas?

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Where can you get information on carbon credit law?

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Summons to appear Small claims Court in different state

A:  I'd be filing a response advising that the court lacks jurisdiction over me because I do not live there. "I am going to take care of this ...." Your wife needs to take care of it, technically speaking. "How can I get this moved to a court in my state?" That shouldn't be your wife's goal. She should simply argue for its dismissal. :) "Is it ok to call them to get the court date/location changed? ( that what the court told me to do." The court clerk you spoke with is not an attorney, I'd bet. You're free to call whomever you like but, again, changing dates-locations should not be your wife's goal. "The scheduled court date is July 7/16/07" Did the summons and complaint not have instructions about filing...

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Theft of Service

A:  "I cannot file civil charges because he has no assets and is going to file bankruptcy and will be protected by federal bankruptcy law yet he continues to stay in business." That doesn't stop you filing a civil suit against him. If he goes bankrupt, then you will, at least, be on the creditors list and will get your 'share' of whatever payments the bankruptcy court orders. If you don't sue, you will get nothing. "Don't I have any rights?" Yes. You have the right to sue him. "How can people get away with this?" Businesses fail. When they do so, they invariably fail owing people money. Bankruptcy court exist to make some attempt to fairly distribute whatever assetts are left. If the business is going to stay in operation, that suggests the...

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Divorce

A:  state Divorce laws: California Residency and Filing Requirements: In order to file for a dissolution of marriage in California, residency requirements must be met for the court to accept the case. If the court discovers it does not have jurisdictional rights to hear the case it will not be accepted or it will eventually be dismissed. The requirements are as follows: A judgment of dissolution of marriage may not be entered unless one of the parties to the marriage has been a resident of this state for six months and of the county in which the proceeding is filed for three months next preceding the filing of the petition. For the purpose of a proceeding for dissolution...

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judgment--Q

A:  1) A restraining order is your best friend. A subpoena may alert the defendant that you have found an asset. You want to send an information subpoena with a restraining order. 2) You can garnish the defendants'' wages. You don''t necessarily need to change the address of the defendant if it was his/her address at the time. It is merely a current or previous address. You have enough to provide sufficient information for garnishment or other purposes. 3) File the judgments (creating a lien) with the County Clerk. They will tell you what you will have to do with regard to filing in the state so that a lien search will reveal that this individual has liens on him/her....

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Comunity water association bylaws

A:  I'm guessing that when you write "water association" you are referring to a "water district." If I am correct, then your water district should appear by name under your county name on the following website: http://www.mrsc.org/Subjects/governance/spd/SPD-WatSew.aspx That, in turn, would mean that the water district is regulated by statute. The website contains links to the statutes as well as links to other resources. Start by educating yourself thoroughly about how water districts operate and how they are regulated. Knowledge is power.     Well, it's listed on the state's Dept of Health - Office of Drinking Water website. ID Number 31440. In the following page put that number in the Water...

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Disorderly Conduct charge--Q

A:  Intent is an element of each and every crime. Some crimes have specific intent, others have implied intent. Generally, this is referred to as the actor''s ''mens rea''. Some crimes are wrong by their very nature, murder and rape fit that category. This is called ''malem in se''. Other crimes are bad because society says they are prohibited, speeding and disorderly fit this classification. This is said to be, ''malem prohibitem'' If you were disturbing the peace with a loud tv, the intent is built into the act. Your charge seems to be civil in nature, rather than criminal. You are innocent until proven guilty. The state must now prove their case. If I were you, I''d move my tv, use earphones, insulate my bedroom better, or move away. But, I''d also defend myself...