Admin

How competitive are you at different Law Schools?

Enter your LSAT and GPA scores and find out!
GPA: out of 4.0
LSAT: out of 180
Legal Forums
Legal Forums
Welcome, Guest
Please Login or Register.    Lost Password?
how can i get a ruling vacated?? (1 viewing) (1) Guest
Go to bottom Post Reply Favoured: 0
TOPIC: how can i get a ruling vacated??
#6355
sister blue (User)
Fresh Boarder
Posts: 2
graphgraph
User Offline
how can i get a ruling vacated?? 7 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0  
I have TONS of information that proves that there is significant judicial misconduct, ineffective counsel and a number of other elements that would basically render a judge's ruling void, it has been "Appealed" however, it was described as a "Pathetic Attempt" and the element of the law that are required to render this "Termination of parental rights" HAVE NOT Been met and i do need some assistance in getting this reversed or vacated!!!
this directly affects the well-being of a minor child,so i would really appreciate input on this.
I live in Indiana.............THANK YOU!!
 
Report to moderator   Logged Logged  
  The administrator has disabled public write access.
#6380
Tomas (User)
Expert Boarder
Posts: 106
graphgraph
User Offline
Re:how can i get a ruling vacated?? 7 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 3  
sister blue, i wonder what actual proofs you offered to the court on appeal. Judicial misconduct, if proven should be sufficient to obtain a re-hearing or appropriate judicial review. Ultimately, courts looks to what's in the best interest of a minor, when issuing an opinion. I'd like to know why the court of appeals stayed on the lower court's decision if what you say is true.
 
Report to moderator   Logged Logged  
  The administrator has disabled public write access.
#6470
sister blue (User)
Fresh Boarder
Posts: 2
graphgraph
User Offline
Re:how can i get a ruling vacated?? 7 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 0  
No, the state did not prove by clear and convincing evidence that it was in the minor child's best interest,i have established that. THe "Order" is basically a character assassination, citing that i supposedly did that and that and supposedly did not do this and that and that i was some nut case who did not know which end was up and other ridiculous assertions that were unsupported testimony, lacking exhibits, specific examples, witnesses, and other means of solid proof.
The appeals court "Affirmed" the order,however, if one were to read each document, you can clearly see that it is almost VERBATIM From the "Trial" court's decision. NONE OF THE ISSUES I ASKED THE APPELLATE ATTORNEY APPEARED in their decision, NOT ONE!!
i never met, or spoke to or discussed the strategy that i wanted her to take, and she even IGNORED An e-mail sent to her requesting a meeting with her.
I can discuss this in more detail in private messages, if you need to get "up close and personal" but basically the "Termination' was done just to get rid of me, since they just got sick of dealing with me. I have a friend whose son was taken several months ago and she is already in trial. My case dragged on and on for over 2.5 years before i got this 3-ring circus called a trial.
the requirements that the judge make a determination early on that "Reasonable efforts" were not working, were failing or that i was non-compliant within 6 months of the case was not met!!
Again, i have numerous issues that i need help with that do not need to be in the public eye, i believe that the state has made some serious errors to THE DETRIMENT of the well-being of my son, and i am in need of ways to be able to do something about it, since NO BODY"S RIGHTS can be "Terminated"!!
 
Report to moderator   Logged Logged  
  The administrator has disabled public write access.
Go to top Post Reply
Powered by FireBoardget the latest posts directly to your desktop

LegalNut Resources

Attorney jobs listings and sites with attorney salary information, attorney job search functions, and salaries by law firm.

Law school rankings show how competitive your lsat scores would be at top law schools in the US.

Law school admissions advice is available both at the LSAT forum and throughout the pre-law section, including LSAT prep options, law school personal statement help, LSAT score distributions and law school bar exam pass rates.

Copyright 2006 - 2018 Rochester Ideas, LLC. All rights reserved.