What is a civil court judgment?

Answer A civil court judgment arises when the courts have determined each party's legal rights regarding the case at hand. It defines which party was "in the right" and how or how much he will be compens... Read More »

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How to File a Motion to Have a Judgment Vacated in Nevada Civil Court?

Civil lawsuits in Nevada must follow the Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure. Nevada's civil procedure rules, modeled after the federal rules of civil procedure, explain how to serve legal documents, h... Read More »

Can a Marine who has a civil court date receive non judicial punishment from the Marine Corps prior to appearing in civil court?

Yes. Action under the UCMJ is separate from action in a civilian court.

What Happens With Civil Judgment Collections?

Beneficiaries of civil judgments have the right to collect upon judgment awards within a reasonable period of time. While laws vary by state, most states permit the beneficiary in a civil action to... Read More »

What is a county court judgment?

"County court" is the name assigned to a state trial court in many jurisdictions in the U.S. These courts are also known as district or superior courts. A county court conducts civil and criminal p... Read More »