Questions tagged [process]

For questions about any of the series of events that are legal actions in the initiation and resolution of a filing, including events prior and subsequent to the proceeding.

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Can a cop direct a pharmacist to fill a known fraudulent prescription in order to convict a subject of a higher crime?

If a cop is responding to a known fraudulent prescription, ask the pharmacist to stall the subject until they arrive so he can arrest the subject, but, instead of making the arrest for attempt to ...
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Plaintiff didn't respond to discovery - and later settled - can I get any legal fees back?

I was sued in New Jersey on (IMHO) pretty shaky grounds. I hired a pricey lawyer ($495/hr) to try to take care of it quickly. It was clear to me that the other side didn't have any intention to go ...
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If a petition is dismissed without prejudice can it be refiled?

If the rules and laws of a court allow a party to bring a petition, and that petition is dismissed with an explanation but with no mention of "prejudice," can the petitioner refile what is ...
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How successful are non-lawyers when filing declaratory judgements?

First, note that I wanted to ask the question "how hard is it to file and argue a declaratory judgment?" But that would have probably been a subjective question. But if you could include in your ...
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Can people sue other people in foreign countries and force them to respond?

In the movie Denial (and obviously in real life too) David Irving sues Deborah Lipstadt in the British courts not the American courts. How does that work? Can people sue other people in foreign ...