What Happens When a Motion to Compel Is Filed?

Answer A motion to compel can be submitted in both the criminal and civil context. It is a request from one party for the opposing party to reveal or turn over evidence that is considered material and per... Read More »

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What motion is filed to attract a warrant?

An application for a search warrant is filed with the court. No actual court motion is necessary--court is not in session--in order to have a warrant issued. Written affidavits or testimonies provi... Read More »

Can an order to compel discovery be delivered by 1st class mail?

If a party in a civil or criminal action fails to comply with the rules of discovery, the opposing party may file a motion to compel. According to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which also g... Read More »

Will the IRS Take Taxes If I Owe Them & Filed?

The IRS has a long-standing reputation for taking immediate action to recover delinquent tax debts. Technological advancements have provided the IRS with the tools needed to quickly match those who... Read More »

Can taxes be filed twice?

Filing taxes twice within the same year is only done when you need an amendment to that year's return. Reason for this is a late W-2 or mistakes in the original return.Source:Internal Revenue Servi... Read More »