Case dismissed with prejudice?

Answer A case dismissed with prejudice means it can not ever be brought again. A case dismissed without prejudice may be brought again as long as the statute of limitations governing the case has not expi... Read More »

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How to Have a Case Dismissed?

Case dismissal, whereby the charges against a defendant are legally discharged, can only occurs if the judge or prosecution decides to discontinue the case. Having a case dismissed requires that th... Read More »

What happens when a case has been dismissed?

A judge will dismiss your case If something went wrong while you were arrested, paperwork was not filed correctly in the lawsuit against you, or the person pressing charges falsified statements.Pur... Read More »

What happens if your bankruptcy case is not dismissed?

Actually, if your bankruptcy is not dismissed, that's good news. A dismissed bankruptcy is not the ideal outcome for those seeking this type of legal debt relief. What bankruptcy filers typically s... Read More »

Is a DUI still on your record if the case is dismissed?

While the laws do vary among jurisdictions, a DUI arrest will usually stay on your record, even if the case is dismissed, unless you go through the process of expunging the arrest. The arrest will ... Read More »