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For questions relating to the rules and procedures courts follow in civil cases.

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What would happen if Protagoras v Euathlus were heard in court today? what would have happened if this case were to be tried in a modern-day courtroom? Generally speaking, Protagoras's position w …
answered 23 hours ago by Iñaki Viggers
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Collateral estoppel is inapplicable in both scenarios. The first scenario leaves no room for issues of collateral estoppel. Whether or not charges for "no-registration" proceed would strictly depend …
answered Oct 26 '18 by Iñaki Viggers
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How should I address a statement to be presented as evidence in a civil case? The way of addressing the readers is irrelevant. What matters is that the statements your affidavit (which is what yo …
answered Feb 27 by Iñaki Viggers
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How can I submit files and exhibits to my court docket ? First and foremost, get acquainted with the procedural law. Each jurisdiction (whether it is federal or state court, and whether it is in …
answered Jul 27 by Iñaki Viggers
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How can a person with a similar experience with the defendant, help the plaintiff in a lawsuit? You may bring Joe as witness or present some sworn testimony from him. That could be in the form of …
answered Jul 6 by Iñaki Viggers
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Can a pro se plaintiff call the defendant as a witness and compel testimony in a civil suit? Apparently not. Md Rule 3-701(e) prohibits any "pretrial discovery". So does Md 3-711, the "special …
answered Oct 22 '18 by Iñaki Viggers
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What are the circumstances under which a party could amend a motion? When circumstances have changed, since filing of the motion, in a way that leaving the motion uncorrected or outdated may lead …
answered Feb 13 by Iñaki Viggers
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Can the plaintiff in a civil case change the requested damages after the defendant has already been served the summons? I couldn't find any law or rule pertaining to this issue. Yes, the plaintif …
answered Jun 1 by Iñaki Viggers
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What remedies are there if it was subsequently discovered that a witness lied at trial? In theory, the recourse for newly discovered evidence which is non-cumulative and material to the judgmen …
answered Jul 18 '18 by Iñaki Viggers