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Serving a Order by a Judge

Discussion in 'Civil Court, Procedure & Litigation' started by Nasheayahu, Jun 11, 2021.

  1. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    Question, when a Judge / Attorney at Law sits as a Judge on a case, does the Order have to be filed first before serving it? And is there a limit stature in filing the Order after the judgement?
     
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    justblue Well-Known Member

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    Posting history.
     
  3. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    What do you mean?
     
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    justblue Well-Known Member

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    It means I am letting the volunteers here know that your posting history should be perused.
     
  5. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    Don't quite get what you mean, is there a rule or policy I can read to get a better understanding?
     
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    justblue Well-Known Member

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    No, there is no "rules or policies" to read about this. It's a courtesy that most of the regular members do for one another. Your posting history contains relevant information that the volunteers who chose to post to your thread(s) may find interesting/helpful.

    It truly isn't that difficult to understand. :)
     
  7. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    What? Is not this forum a place to get legal help, advise and direction, but now we have members creating rules and policies to govern rather they should reply to a question? The difficult to understand is not in question. Its the help. You have created an forum where people seeking help is selected by do process, which mean your intimidating those who would like to offer their knowledge.

    You should not be here arguing and shutting down people seeking help and especially when you don't know the case. You can't properly make a judgment on a case if you don't know it. Therefor it should not be attempted.

    This forum should get rid of stats, does not make sense to have them in a "so called" professional help of Law. This should be removed :

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    Sir/Madam
    If you believe, based on my postings to this thread, that I am "intimidating" other members, then you need to seek mental health care.

    I was letting others know that other threads you have on this forum will provide information that will help them provide you with better guidance.
    I did not argue with you. I did not "shut" you down. If you are seeing that in my postings, you are delusional.
     
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    Thank you for your feedback. I'm sure that management will give it its proper consideration. In the meantime, you should likely seek the assistance of a local attorney, because it's obvious that this forum will not meet your needs.
     
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  10. Tax Counsel

    Tax Counsel Well-Known Member

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    You've not told us what the order is, told us where the filing would occur, what court (federal district court, NM district court, some other kind of court) or what the nature of the judgment is. All that is important to answering your questions.

    Generally, however, once a court issues an order that one party must serve on another party that order may be served on the other party just as soon as the party serving it has it from the court. Orders issued by the judge are, in the courts I'm familiar with, filed by the clerk of the court to become part of the court's file fairly promptly, but a delay in doing that does not affect the validity of the order or the timing for service of the order.
     
  11. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    Not referring to you, I should've been more clear, just highly upset that this so-called "Super Moderator" adjusterjack has lost his purpose for this forum, assumes no one can answer my question(s) and strong arms my thread by shutting it down!

    I'm honest and straight forward and I expect and respect for those who do the same, but getting offended and shutting threads. I came here expecting to receive professional and knowledgeable responses, some have done so and other's just seem to not have the skills to be in this profession. Just like the opposing counsel in my case.


    Instead of judging things by Law, Rules, Policy and Guidelines, they are making their own oppions law. That's not how it works and this is why I'm seeking to be heard by a Career Judge and not part-time Attorneys setting on a Panel pretending to be a real judge, catering to a unskilled counselor looking for handouts to win a case.
     
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    Red Kayak Well-Known Member

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    One word for why people consider posting history: CONTEXT.

    It helps to know what the situation is.

    Again, your previous posts would indicate that your definitions of words and phrases differ from the conventionally accepted definitions.

    That is your view, as a layperson.

    However, it has been my observation (as a fellow layperson), that there is a framework within such bodies, and that you get more mileage accepting that and working within that framework. It does not work like what you see on TV or in the movies. It is more like a slow convoluted dance or baseball.
     
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  13. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    This was before a Personal Board in NM appealing a wrongful termination. The three appointed attorneys setting as panel judges made their decision based on the hearing officers recommendation. Without getting into the details of the case at this time, just want to understand the proper procedure of serving the Order rendered. It was email to me on Jan 8, 2021 without a filing date. I know the order will not be effected, but is serving the order valid?
     
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  14. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    I don't base my views and understanding on TV and Movies. I've seen enough of the real deal both directly / in-directly and I'm patient enough to do the slow-dance. I'm not looking for a quick fix (not going to happen), I'm looking for justice in all aspects of the case no matter how long it takes and if its for / against me.

    It will be the satisfaction of being heard before a Real Judge that will not allow not one to run his Court and make a decision based on 1) his / her experience, 2) knowledge and 3) Law. This Administrative Personal Board I was before didn't do that, they framed their own oppions even though the Law and the Procedures in the occupation supported me. They cared less, they wanted to win no matter what.
     
  15. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    Your welcome, the process of seeking an attorney basically over, an appellant minimum cost $10,000, if you know of one that one accept $2,000 and a payment plan, let me know. If I get the judgement then paying the bill would be no problem. So its research and asking question is all I have.

    Maybe / maybe not, I don't like forum hopping, so if I can't get it here then I don't believe I'll get it from another. I have gotten good responses, so I'll just have to wait.
     
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    That depends on the rules applicable to the personnel board making the decision and perhaps whether you consented to service by e-mail when you provided your e-mail address to the board. If it was the NM state personnel board, then it appears the rule that applies is New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC) section 1.7.1.10, which states: "Any notice required of an agency by these rules, except for 1.7.13 NMAC, shall be delivered by a method that provides proof of service or attempted service." As one can show proof that an e-mail was sent, that may suffice to meet the requirement. I don't see any court decisions that have ruled on it one way or the other. If it was a different board then the rules might be different.
     
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    I find it interesting that you are complaining in the first paragraph about members "creating rules and policies to govern", yet in the second paragraph you try to lay down rules and policies to govern.
     
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    Please update your spell check. The word is "opinions".

    Also, if you cannot use idioms correctly, then avoid them. Of course they "cared less" than you - why bother caring at all, if your presentation is of a similar quality to what you have posted here? There are rules about how "facts" and "evidence" can be introduced, as well as what constitutes a valid argument. Some of the things that you have stated undermine your argument, as others have pointed out. Tax Counsel has tried to explain some of this to you.

    But overall, I couldn't care less whether you have a point, because of your attitude.
     
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  19. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    This is my point exactly, this suppose to be a professional forum for legal help. but your here to take over a thread to argue. If you don't want to help, then don't post on person(s) threads who come to seek help.

    Being that said, I don't want you posting on my threads!
     
  20. Nasheayahu

    Nasheayahu Law Topic Starter Member

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    What are you talking about? I'm not here to argue about spelling, idioms, spell checking any other subject that does not support this forum. Didn't you read?
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    So if you can not abide by this purpose don't post on any person(s) thread. And now that I know how you are, I prefer you not to post on any of my threads.
     

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