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When a court orders a new criminal trial, can prosecutors still decline to press charges?

Recently, the NY Court of Appeals ordered a new trial in Harvey Weinstein’s case. The incumbent Manhattan DA, Alvin Bragg, has said, via a spokesperson, that he will do everything in his power to re-...
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Do general forms of judgments require judicial names or signatures?

Does Form N24 of the county court (general form of judgment or order) require a judge’s name or signature? If so, then what is the effect of one missing them? Does it have any implications on the ...
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Can one appeal a moot judgement? [closed]

Coming on the heels of this question: It seems like the action for possession would be moot under these circumstances, prohibiting the court from entering judgment. Accordingly, we ordinarily ...
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What can be considered a "reasonable excuse" when mistakenly breaching a court order? [closed]

Is it too subjective to think the serious allegations made in the order had being taken out of any possible and plausible context, twisting it in such way so they could paint a really bad picture ...
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Is "sustain" = "not set aside"

Nonbinding Arbitration: An order of default is entered. Defense files to set aside the default. In order to request that the the order of default not be set aside, is it proper (commonplace in the ...
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How immediate does a harm have to be to justify an ex parte order?

I have a situation where I am being barred from entering a public building where I need to conduct official business as an elected official and the next meeting I have in that building is on February ...
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Obtaining information that requires a court order but before to going to the court?

I'm struggling with the following dilemma. Some information is not accessible without a court order, for example, some data stored in Apple / Google / Facebook servers. Going to the court directly is ...
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Are orders to be followed only to the extent practical and doable?

If a competent authority issues an order that is (technically or financially or economically or legally) infeasible or absolutely impossible does an organization have to follow it? For example if a ...
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When can a payment hearing be adjourned without a decision?

A person has a validated court order from the Civil Resolution Tribunal (CRT). The CRT does not have authority to enforce its orders but small claims court does. In the payment hearing the debtor told ...
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How to have a provincial court order enforced? What are the pros/cons of the different ways?

Follow up to How does someone file an order with the Provincial Court to have it enforced? If a plaintiff received a validated order from the Civil Resolution Tribunal, then filed it with the BC ...
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What is the difference between a subpoena and a court order?

In the context of trying to get someone’s real personal information from online/social media accounts, which is necessary?
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If there is more than 1 person harassing you online, are separate court orders required to identify each one?

If there is more than 1 email account harassing you online, do you need to obtain separate court orders to identify each one, or is one order sufficient? What if one of the accounts you’re naming is ...
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Will a court order be taken out for this? Could the FBI get involved in something like this? [closed]

I had 3 gmail accounts (where I had the same generic random first name and other words and random letters that I was made to put in to get them). None of them contained no personal information of mine....
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Confused as to the waiting period required after getting an order

A default judgement was awarded. It seems there are contradicting orders in how much time one must wait to get it enforced: As set out in 58.1 (3) of the CRTA, a part may only enforce this order if ...
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Court order during custody battle [closed]

If it's relevant, this is in Massachusetts. I have a situation where there is a custody battle going on and the two parties are under a temporary court order while the case is being processed (...
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How to obtain a US court order from outside the country?

My brother died a few months ago. I requested from Google, via an online form, the email data of my brother. Now they have replied and told that they need a court order from US to proceed further. ...
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Are there any circumstances under which a federal court order may be lawfully ignored?

Question is in the title. Another formulation: Are there any circumstances under which a defendant may lawfully decline to comply with a federal court order? A sort of mini-appeal process, if you will?...
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Court order on selling property

I am trying to remove my name from mortgage (Canada, Ontario), my ex husband is not really helpful and self-employed. I am thinking of going to get court order on selling our property. We signed (...
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Recently I've been pondering something. A lot of encounters with debt collector videos appear on YouTube and various other sites. These videos typically feature people arguing with debt collectors/...
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How to get a court order for deceased relatives birth certificate?

What's the process for getting a court order in Canada for a deceased relatives birth certificate? There is no will or executor of the will and the birth certificate is for genealogy purposes.
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Procedure for changing illegal procedures and processes by bureaucratic organizations

I have found that many government agencies, both state and federal, adopt illegal procedures or attempt to collect information illegally or create administrative barriers to obtaining information from ...
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What happens if a sheriff department ignores a writ from a judge?

If a judge issues a writ to a sheriff department to arrest or evict someone and the sheriff department refuses to take action, what happens? Is it criminal for them to intentionally ignore a writ?
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