what does it mean when it says status denied on court case?

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Answered: What does it mean when your case is dismiss in criminal court

Depends on if judge dismissed with prejudice, they can reopen case
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Answered: What does an email status of "ignored" mean?

Hi Kathi: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. How do I view the status of sent email in AOL Mail?

Answered: what does it mean if a court is having a " read-in disposition" in a

I think you mean a deposition, a statement by a witness who is not present.

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Answered: What does early resolution mean in a court case

Just what it sounds like to resolve the case early. Early resolution allows the parties to better understand each other’s point of view and to work together to find practical solutions. Because it takes place right away and without the need to file a complaint, early resolution has special ...

Answered: Does anyone know where the saying

Thank you. Never would have guessed that one. And love the picture too.
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It is possible that a k-1 visa application will be denied after they

There are various reasons why this can happen. Read this web site to get more information.

How to dismiss case?

Domestic dispute cases in which the police were called in because someone was hit cannot be dropped. You're better off getting your husband help and yourself into counseling than trying to fight the system which you both have entered due to your husband physically assaulting you.

What does review a case mean in court

it means the judge and prosecution are going to go over all the case material and see if the defendant deserves a break.usually after half the sentence has been served.usually pertains to young offenders only.

Will i be appointed a court appointed attorney on my court date or do i

you should have been asked at arraingement if you could afford a lawyer if you were not you will be and if you do not meet the requirements to get your own attorney one will be appointed to you at your next court date, you just make sure your there and let them no your there at the time and date of ...