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COLUMN: The Law in Real Life: Appeals Court Runs Out of Patience for One Man’s Free Litigation

COLUMN: The Law in Real Life by Linda Holmes, J.D. Appeals Court Runs Out of Patience for One Man’s Free Litigation Oct. 7, 2008 Once again, Tyrone Hurt has been rebuffed. Hurt, who seems to file lawsuits as either a hobby or a compulsion, has appealed lower-court dismissals of more than 70 cases in the […]

Knowing what an Appeal can mean

When you lose your case in court you have the right to have another court review the decision. This is called an Appeal. Appeals can be very difficult and practical rules are usually enforced by the court. When the other side appeals, you should contact a lawyer, especially if the issues are important or a […]

Getting an appeal

If you lose your case in court, you have the right to have another court review the decision. This is called an appeal. Appeals can be difficult, and technical rules are usually imposed by the court. When the other side appeals, you should contact a lawyer, especially if the issues are significant or a considerable […]