Motion for Reconsideration?

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A motion of reconsideration is an appeal that one can make to ask a court of law to change the judgement made on a particular issue. The applicant will give reasons and evidence to why he or she wants the court to review a decision issued and make a new decision. The court may consider the request if the evidence provided satisfies the judges.
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1. Go to the courthouse to purchase an audio recording of the initial hearing. You will need to cite the judge's specific words regarding the part of his order you think is in error
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According to the California Code of Civil Procedure, Section 1008: "a) When an application for an order has been made to a judge, or to a court, and refused in whole or in part
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I would ask an attorney at this point.
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In Michigan you have 21 days to file for reconsideration of child custody. If you want to motion for a reconsideration make sure your attorney knows this and notifies you when he
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1. Go to the courthouse to purchase an audio recording of the initial hearing. You will need to cite the judge's specific words regarding the part of his order ...
1. Go to the courthouse to purchase an audio recording of the initial hearing. You will need to cite the judge's specific words regarding the part of his order ...
1. Go to the courthouse to purchase an audio recording of the initial hearing. You will need to cite the judge's specific words regarding the part of his order ...
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