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Appeal/Superior Court Jurisdiction
« on: May 08, 2005, 10:07:50 AM »
I'm  appealing my case in the second district.  The Final Judgment says that my "ex", my child, and myself have to go through an evaluation.  I filed a motion to have a Doctor do the evaluation.  Now the Commissioner is claiming that he does not have jurisdiction so I can't have the evaluation until the appeal is over with.  The appeal could take years.  I have never filed a Writ of Supercedeas in the case or any other Writ.  It's my belief that the Superior Court still has jurisdiction until a Writ is filed in the case.

I know where to look up case law, but what I would like to know is if anyone knows any case law?   What is the name of the parties involved? Case law that shows the Superior Court keeps jursidiction.   Any other info you might have would help too.



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