what happens at second scrutiny for rcia?

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Answered: What happens if a person doesn't pay a small claims settlement?

Judgement is recorded with the county. If the person went to sell any real estate, they would have to clear the judgement at that time. In some states you could go back to the judge and force a garnishment on the person's wages.

Answered: What would happen if appeals was eliminated from the system as a whole

I assume you mean appeals in criminal trials. Disaster would happen. Procedural errors are made in trials that have nothing to do with the guilt or non guilt of the person being tried but can bias a trial so badly that it must be held again. New evidence, or a counter to evidence ...
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To cancel, please refer to the instructions in one of the articles below (depending on the type of account you use). How do I cancel my free AOL account? How do I cancel my paid AOL account?
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