How long does a Circuit Court Judge h...

How long does a Circuit Court Judge have execute the Final Order?

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proving Lucy

Charleston, WV

#1 Dec 2, 2013
Does anybody know how long that a Circuit Court Judge have to execute the Final Order after the trial is over, the witnesses testified, evidence was entered and the Judge ruled? Does it take one month, six months, one year, two years, three years, four years or what?
Scoopey Doo

Charleston, WV

#2 Dec 2, 2013
What was the result of the TRIAL? Was it a Jury Trial? Was it Criminal or Civil? Did it involve a Minor? So many things can determine time thresholds.
provin Lucy

Charleston, WV

#3 Dec 2, 2013
Scoopey Doo wrote:
What was the result of the TRIAL? Was it a Jury Trial? Was it Criminal or Civil? Did it involve a Minor? So many things can determine time thresholds.
Final Order - Permanent Injunctive Relief granted. Bench Trial. Civil matter. No minor involved.---- Permanent Injunctive Relief granted on 9-27-2010, defendants appealed by and through Writ of Mandamus and Writ of Prohibition -- WV Supreme Court REFUSED defendants (Jan.2011).-- still circuit ct. judge won't execute written order. meantime elderly property owners assaulted/injured (broke their bones) by defendants on their own property. judge refuses to here cry for help by elderly folks and refuses to give them order. elderly people filed writ to supreme ct and supreme ct sent it back saying must wait for judge to enter final order.-- so how long for kanawha cty circuit ct judge to enter final order? it's going on a long time now -- so how do you get a circuit court judge to enter the final order? for goodness sake it was an 'extraordinary writ' proceeding for a restraining/injunction against unknown intruders. why is it taking the court so long to provide its final order?
I would think

Charleston, WV

#4 Dec 2, 2013
provin Lucy wrote:
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Final Order - Permanent Injunctive Relief granted. Bench Trial. Civil matter. No minor involved.---- Permanent Injunctive Relief granted on 9-27-2010, defendants appealed by and through Writ of Mandamus and Writ of Prohibition -- WV Supreme Court REFUSED defendants (Jan.2011).-- still circuit ct. judge won't execute written order. meantime elderly property owners assaulted/injured (broke their bones) by defendants on their own property. judge refuses to here cry for help by elderly folks and refuses to give them order. elderly people filed writ to supreme ct and supreme ct sent it back saying must wait for judge to enter final order.-- so how long for kanawha cty circuit ct judge to enter final order? it's going on a long time now -- so how do you get a circuit court judge to enter the final order? for goodness sake it was an 'extraordinary writ' proceeding for a restraining/injunction against unknown intruders. why is it taking the court so long to provide its final order?
The Supremem Court would have difficulty reviewing ANYTHING that didn't have an Order. File for Civil Relief. Broken Bones by Assault? Sounds to me like a property dispute, and someone suffered injury due to property conditions. Hire an attorney on a Contingency....get a judgement for relief for DAMAGES.
provin Lucy

Charleston, WV

#5 Dec 2, 2013
elderly couple did hire attorney -- situation not a property dispute --attorney says he don't know what it is but absolutely knows its not a property dispute. Says it appears to be a 'taking' of the elderly people's property by and through what appears to be through the court system under the guise of it being a legal proceeding before the judge. property been in the family over a hundred years. literally the intruders are known 'thugs' in the community and have testified they have no ownership rights to the elderly people's property. these 'thugs' have criminal histories and are literally known 'thugs' in the community. these 'thugs' literally told the elderly people 'we're taking your property and there is nothing you can do about it' that was witnessed by others.-- well, sure sounds like there is some type of 'taking' going on when the sheriff says he isn't allowed to investigate, second sheriff said he couldn't take a report, prosecuting attorney has everything he needs to prove extortion but refuses to do anything,----- the trial is over, the judge ruled and granted permanent injunctive relief. defendants filed their appeal through 'writs' to the wv supreme court and were refused.(WV Supreme Court requested briefs from elderly folks --WV Supreme Ct. made decision on merits and defendants were refused, see Judgments). End of Story. Defendants are done. Matter is over. circuit judge ruled 'permanent injunction'(which by the way is only granted AFTER the trial) BUT Judge won't execute the FINAL order EVEN after hearing all the witness testimony, the defendants ADMITTED, evidence entered, photographs of these thugs destroying the property, deeds, etc.---these elderly folks have proven their case beyond a preponderance of the evidence YET the circuit court judge won't execute the final order.-- Attorney says 'no property dispute'-- how could there be when intruders admit never having met the elderly couple, never having ownership of anything,--but by and through 'force and violence' threaten to harm, injure the elderly couple (in which they did physically injure them) if they don't GIVE THEM THEIR PROPERTY.--- SO what's going on? How long does it take a Circuit Court judge to enter the final order granting these elderly folks some type of relief?
I would think

Charleston, WV

#6 Dec 2, 2013
provin Lucy wrote:
elderly couple did hire attorney -- situation not a property dispute --attorney says he don't know what it is but absolutely knows its not a property dispute. Says it appears to be a 'taking' of the elderly people's property by and through what appears to be through the court system under the guise of it being a legal proceeding before the judge. property been in the family over a hundred years. literally the intruders are known 'thugs' in the community and have testified they have no ownership rights to the elderly people's property. these 'thugs' have criminal histories and are literally known 'thugs' in the community. these 'thugs' literally told the elderly people 'we're taking your property and there is nothing you can do about it' that was witnessed by others.-- well, sure sounds like there is some type of 'taking' going on when the sheriff says he isn't allowed to investigate, second sheriff said he couldn't take a report, prosecuting attorney has everything he needs to prove extortion but refuses to do anything,----- the trial is over, the judge ruled and granted permanent injunctive relief. defendants filed their appeal through 'writs' to the wv supreme court and were refused.(WV Supreme Court requested briefs from elderly folks --WV Supreme Ct. made decision on merits and defendants were refused, see Judgments). End of Story. Defendants are done. Matter is over. circuit judge ruled 'permanent injunction'(which by the way is only granted AFTER the trial) BUT Judge won't execute the FINAL order EVEN after hearing all the witness testimony, the defendants ADMITTED, evidence entered, photographs of these thugs destroying the property, deeds, etc.---these elderly folks have proven their case beyond a preponderance of the evidence YET the circuit court judge won't execute the final order.-- Attorney says 'no property dispute'-- how could there be when intruders admit never having met the elderly couple, never having ownership of anything,--but by and through 'force and violence' threaten to harm, injure the elderly couple (in which they did physically injure them) if they don't GIVE THEM THEIR PROPERTY.--- SO what's going on? How long does it take a Circuit Court judge to enter the final order granting these elderly folks some type of relief?
The INJUNCTION IN THE RELIEF.
I would think

Charleston, WV

#7 Dec 2, 2013
Sorry....It "IS" the relief. It's the type of Injunction that needs to be reviewed. IF you got an Injunction, that stands for something. The Injunction either requires or prevents something..."and gives recourse".
striking down nothing

Charleston, WV

#8 Dec 2, 2013
well, after spending thousands of dollars (cause injunctions aren't cheap)--where's the written court order as set out under rule 65d of the Rules of Civil Procedure 65d. Where's it at? Since 'when' does the Court NOT issue Court Orders setting out and defining in the final order what is prohibited by law? Is this a 'set up' or what?--Why even have a judge sitting on the bench?--The WV Supreme Court of Appeals already heard the defendants argument and they were REFUSED. The matter been's reviewed and decided by the Supreme Court -- so where's the final order.--these 'bad' guys have attempted to 'extort' the property of elderly people by and through force and violence, NOW that's some serious stuff going on AND for any Circuit Court Judge, prosecuting attorney, law enforcement officer that fails to do something about these criminals THAT in and of itself is DERELICTION OF DUTY AND EVERY SINGLE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, JUDGE, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER INVOLVED TO BE REMOVED AND PROSECUTED. That's how it works.-- The situation of the old folks REALLY NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT BY THE F.B.I. Sounds like the same 'crap' that happened in Mingo County --JUST ANOTHER GROUP OF corrupt 'pretenders' sucking high dollar salaries off the tax payer money while they sit and laugh at how 'smart' they are and how stupid the citizens of the state are.
Accidental Observer

Charleston, WV

#9 Dec 2, 2013
striking down nothing wrote:
well, after spending thousands of dollars (cause injunctions aren't cheap)--where's the written court order as set out under rule 65d of the Rules of Civil Procedure 65d. Where's it at? Since 'when' does the Court NOT issue Court Orders setting out and defining in the final order what is prohibited by law? Is this a 'set up' or what?--Why even have a judge sitting on the bench?--The WV Supreme Court of Appeals already heard the defendants argument and they were REFUSED. The matter been's reviewed and decided by the Supreme Court -- so where's the final order.--these 'bad' guys have attempted to 'extort' the property of elderly people by and through force and violence, NOW that's some serious stuff going on AND for any Circuit Court Judge, prosecuting attorney, law enforcement officer that fails to do something about these criminals THAT in and of itself is DERELICTION OF DUTY AND EVERY SINGLE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, JUDGE, LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER INVOLVED TO BE REMOVED AND PROSECUTED. That's how it works.-- The situation of the old folks REALLY NEEDS TO BE LOOKED AT BY THE F.B.I. Sounds like the same 'crap' that happened in Mingo County --JUST ANOTHER GROUP OF corrupt 'pretenders' sucking high dollar salaries off the tax payer money while they sit and laugh at how 'smart' they are and how stupid the citizens of the state are.
Where is their attorney? Is she/he asking the same questions?
Knight rider

Charleston, WV

#10 Dec 2, 2013
messed up! soundz like olders sittin on some kinda gold mine an dont have clue --bustin chops an bones of olders just aint cooooooooool makes this ole boy tattoo kinda twitch .
lincoln

Charleston, WV

#11 Dec 3, 2013
judge shoulda issued order right after hearing. why we paying this clown judge to be ajudge a person either has ownership rights to their own property or they dont. get up off your a** judge an prosecutor an do yur job. SOUNDS LIKE THESE CREEPS GOT SOMETHIN ON THE PROSECUTOR OR JUDGE OR MAYBE THESE CREEPS ARE INFORMANTS......wonder how the judge or prosecutor would feel if this happened to their grdpts or parents....wonder if they would turn their head? what a bunch of low life creepy people!
speakin up

Charleston, WV

#12 Dec 4, 2013
Accidental Observer wrote:
<quoted text>Where is their attorney? Is she/he asking the same questions?
just curious --are there any attorney's in wv willing and courageous enough to challenge one of these corrupt judges? hint: not any attorney's that i know. a lot of attorneys may not say it out loud to the world, BUT its absolutely said behind closed doors all the time. an attorney can smell 'wrong' right off the top -- a situation like these old folks are having is 'dirty' and i mean 'real dirty' involving a lot of big shots. atty's being the half way bright individuals they are --run like the wind.
Mskamish

Charleston, WV

#13 Dec 4, 2013
Accidental Observer wrote:
<quoted text>Where is their attorney? Is she/he asking the same questions?
My experience....when issues become or are determined to be a "MUTE" point, no Attorney is going to re-open that can of worms....No $$ to be had!
If there was still an issue to DDDDDRRRRAAAAAgGGGGG out ANY payment into their pockets...they would still beinvolved.
erica

Charleston, WV

#14 Dec 4, 2013
It's "MOOT' point, not "MUTE".
MsKamish

Charleston, WV

#15 Dec 5, 2013
erica wrote:
It's "MOOT' point, not "MUTE".
Good Point Erica....Don't you "Love" auto-correct.....

Sometimes I think MUTE might be better. LOLOL

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