How long do court judgments last?

Answer The judgment of a court lasts indefinitely unless the verdict is appealed. An appeal nullifies, amends or alters the judgment in some way. The only judgments that cannot be appealed and are everlas... Read More »

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How to Collect Texas Small-Claims Court Judgments?

Often, the hardest part of a small-claims lawsuit is not preparing the lawsuit or even winning your case in court. The hardest part may be collecting your money after a judgment has been entered in... Read More »

Can criminal judgments be collected in small claims court?

On One Hand: Small Claims Courts Handle Civil ActionsAn individual or small business can bring any grievance to small claims court that can be translated into money. States differ on maximum judgme... Read More »

How long does a justice of the Supreme Court remain a member of the court?

The United States Constitution stipulates that a U.S. Supreme Court justice holds his position "during good behaviour," explains the Supreme Court's official website. This means once she assumes he... Read More »

Are there any cited court judgments involving a junior ranking officer in a senior appointment giving an order to a senior officer in rank. What was the details of this case?

No, signing up for the Coast Guard, both Active duty and reserves is just like anyother military service, and "they" pay you.If you're interested in a non commital Coast Guard type job, there's alw... Read More »