When to challenge an order of the court?
Orders of the Court or a government administrative agency where review by an Application for a Writ is the exclusive means allowed by law for reviewing a particular action or decision of the Court.
When to apply for interlocutory writ in Superior Court?
An Application for an Interlocutory Writ, while the case is still pending in the Superior Court before entry of a final judgment or order in the case, to try to correct or limit a Court’s orders or ruling in the case, other than a final Order or Judgment.
Who is the presiding judge for the second municipal district of Skokie?
Second Municipal District Skokie Courthouse 5600 Old Orchard Road Office of the Presiding Judge – Suite 219 Skokie, Illinois 60077 (847) 470-7200 (312) 603-6673 TTY (847) 470-5133 FAX Honorable Shelley Sutker-Dermer Presiding Judge
Where is the city of Mobile Municipal Court?
Welcome to the City of Mobile Municipal Court. We are located on the Second Floor, North Tower of the Government Plaza. Our hours of operation are 8am to 4:30pm, Monday through Friday. This court handles misdemeanor cases that occurred within the city limits.
How does a municipal court order of protection work?
Complete the paperwork for the judge to review. Once completed, you will meet with a judge to discuss your request. If the Judge grants your petition for an Order of Protection the court will immediately send the Order of Protection and a copy of the petition for service on the defendant.
How to appeal a Boston Municipal Court decision?
Entering the appeal at the appellate court. Briefing and preparation of the record appendix. Oral argument or submission to a panel for consideration. Decision by the appellate court. Within 10 days of the entry of the judgment or final order on the docket of the Boston Municipal Court.
Can a protective order be dismissed by a judge?
Orders of Protection & Injunctions Against Harassment can only be dismissed by a judge. If the individual that requested the Protective Order would like the court to consider dismissing the Order, they must go to the Protective Orders office with a valid picture I.D. and complete the required paperwork provided by court staff.
Can a judge overturn a decision of an appellate court?
An appellate court will not overturn any factual findings by a judge unless there was no evidence before the court that supported the finding or if the evidence against that finding was so overwhelming that no rational person could make that finding.