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  #1  
Old May 29th 04, 06:25 PM
TrashBBRT
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Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

IF YOU NEED TO FILE A NOTICE OF APPEAL IMMEDIATELY,
Copy the free form from this screen
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

(YOUR NAME)
(YOUR STREET ADDRESS)
(YOUR CITY/STATE/ZIP)
(YOUR PHONE NUMBER)
Appellant, In Propria Persona


(NAME OF COURT WHERE
JUDGMENT/DECREE TO BE APPEALED WAS ENTERED)

(CAPTION OF YOUR CASE; Edit to make it look similar to documents filed in
your case)

_____________________________________)
_____________________________________) No. (CASE NUMBER OF CASE
_____________________________________) IN WHICH JUDGMENT TO BE
_____________________________________) APPEALED WAS ENTERED)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________) NOTICE OF APPEAL
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)

NOTICE IS GIVEN that (YOUR NAME) hereby Appeals from the

(Judgment/Decree/Decision, etc.) entered herein on (DATE JUDGMENT

WAS SIGNED) by the Honorable (NAME OF JUDGE OR JUDICIAL OFFICIAL

WHO SIGNED JUDGMENT) in the above-captioned action.


DatedDATE)_______________________

_____________________________
(YOUR NAME)
(YOUR STREET ADDRESS)
(YOUR CITY/STATE/ZIP)
(YOUR PHONE NUMBER)
Appellant, In Propria Persona

Original filed with the
Clerk of this Court, along
with any fees required by the clerk,
and copies mailed/delivered on
this date (DATE OF FILING/MAILING) to:


(NAME AND ADDRESS OF OTHER PARTY OR ATTORNEY FOR OTHER PARTY)
(NAME AND ADDRESS OF JUDGE WHO SIGNED THE JUDGMENT APPEALED FROM)
(OTHER PARTIES WHO RECEIVED COPIES IN THIS CASE)


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
OF THE NOLAWYER NOTICE OF APPEAL

1. NEVER assume that a universal document is correct for your state and
court; try to determine BEFORE YOU FILE if the above form will be acceptable
to the Clerk of your court. It is believed by NOLAWYER to contain the
minimum basic elements for the filing of a notice of appeal anywhere, but no
guarantees of format, sufficiency or acceptability are made.

2. Find out IMMEDIATELY how many days you have from the date of signing of
your Judgment/Decree or other FINAL order to file a Notice of Appeal. In
some courts and in some kinds of cases, it can be 10, 20 or 30 days. IF YOU
WAIT BEYOND THE APPEAL PERIOD FOR YOUR CASE, YOU HAVE LOST YOUR RIGHT OF
APPEAL AND CANNOT FILE THE NOTICE. SPEED IS CRUCIAL!!!!

3. Check with the Clerk of Court as to where the Notice of Appeal and
subsequent papers are to be filed. In most instances, the initial Notice of
Appeal is filed in the Court that issued the Judgment or Decree that you are
appealing, not in the higher appeals court. Later papers may go to the
higher court, depending upon procedures in your state. Ask the Clerk to be
sure!

4. The Clerk may, instead of accepting this form, require that you use the
Clerk's own provided form. Go with the flow. Fill out theirs, if that's what
they want. What's important is to FILE A TIMELY NOTICE OF APPEAL TO STOP THE
CLOCK FROM RUNNING.

4. You may be required, depending on your state and court rules, to pay
various fees or bonds along with the Notice of Appeal. The Clerk should be
able to tell you what these are. There may be a simple Appeal Filing Fee. If
the judgment you are appealing requires you to pay a sum of money, the
filing of the Notice of Appeal alone may not stop the other party's right to
collect. A "supersedeas bond" in the amount of the judgment or larger may be
required to be posted in order to stop collection or execution ofthe
judgment while it is on appeal.

5. To carry through your appeal, be prepared to arrange and pay for, if
necessary, the preparation of a complete Court Reporter's Transcript of what
was said at your trial, if any, and possibly to pay for the Clerk's
photocopy costs required to send the Appeals Court a copy of the file (the
papers filed by both sides plus notations or memoranda placed into the file
by the Court itself. You may be required to obtain a "docket" or listing of
the papers already in your court file, originals or copies of which will be
sent up to the higher court. In some instances, you may save a portion of
the clerk's photocopying expense by giving the clerk a clearly prepared list
of only those docket papers which you wish to have the court of appeals
refer to. Safest is to let all the court's docketed papers be transmitted to
the higher court.

6. EITHER you will be sent a "briefing schedule" telling when your "Opening
Brief" will be due, or your state may have a fixed number of days (usually
more than 30) AFTER the Notice of Appeal is filed, in which you must prepare
and file your Opening Brief. Beware! Failure to pay fees or to timely file
the Opening Brief may result in permanent dismissal of your Appeal.
Sometimes a written motion for extension of time will succeed in delaying
the briefing schedule, BUT THE NUMBER OF DAYS FOR FILING THE NOTICE OF
APPEAL IN MOST CASES CANNOT BE EXTENDED.

If you need assistance in researching and preparing your Appeal Briefs, you
may wish to hire an experienced document preparer such as


NOLAWYER
011 52 638 382 0214 (Mexico)
email:
Web Page:
http://www.nolawyer.com

Lawyer-quality document preparation at NOLAWYER prices.

Checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express are accepted
Copies of the foregoing form, "NOTICE OF APPEAL" may be obtained in paper
form by emailing or phoning NOLAWYER. You may request from
that the file NAPPL.EXE be sent to you as an email
file attachment. The file downloaded to your computer will be found in your
browser or download directory. It may be moved to another convenient
directory, and the command NAPPL typed. The file will unzip itself into
several word-processor version files, including:

NAPPMSW5.DOC Microsft Word for Dos version 5.0 and higher
NAPPMSW6.DOC Microsoft Word for Windows 2.1-6.1
NAPPMSWW. Microsoft Windows Write 3.x
NAPPWP4. Word Perfect for DOS 4.0 and higher
NAPPWP5. Word Perfect for DOS 5.0 and higher
NAPPWP6. Word Perfect for Windows 6.0 and higher
NAPPAMI. Ami Pro 1.x-3.1
NAPPWS33. Wordstar 3.3 and higher
NAPPWS70. Wordstar 7.0
NAPPWSFW. Wordstar for Windows
NAPPMCII. MacWrite II, 1.0-1.1 (extract file on IBM compat)
NAPPMCWR. MacWrite 4.5-5.0 (extract file on IBM compat)
NAPPASC.TXT Ascii Text readable by almost any word processor


You may edit the form with your word processor, or, because it is so simple,
you may simply reproduce the form with a typewriter, filling in the
appropriate information. Make extra copies to present to the clerk for
stamping and/or for delivery or mailing to the Judge and the other parties
to the appealed action.


DON'T LET BAD JUDGMENTS/DECREES
BECOME PERMANENT!
APPEAL THEM!!!!!!


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----


HOW2, PO Box 696, Lukeville AZ 85341-0696
(Voice 011 52 638 382 0214)



  #2  
Old May 30th 04, 03:38 PM
The Truth About Bob Hirschfeld
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Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

In alt.dads-rights.unmoderated "TrashBBRT" wrote:

IF YOU NEED TO FILE A NOTICE OF APPEAL IMMEDIATELY,


Get advice from a lawyer, NOT from a disbarred spammer hiding in
Mexico!

SNIP


^^^^^^^^
His email address- The only truth you'll ever get from Bob Hirschfeld.



Here's the rest of the truth about this spamming piglet:
http://www.geocities.com/hirschfeld_sux/

  #3  
Old May 30th 04, 03:38 PM
The Truth About Bob Hirschfeld
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Posts: n/a
Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

In alt.dads-rights.unmoderated "TrashBBRT" wrote:

IF YOU NEED TO FILE A NOTICE OF APPEAL IMMEDIATELY,


Get advice from a lawyer, NOT from a disbarred spammer hiding in
Mexico!

SNIP


^^^^^^^^
His email address- The only truth you'll ever get from Bob Hirschfeld.



Here's the rest of the truth about this spamming piglet:
http://www.geocities.com/hirschfeld_sux/

  #4  
Old May 30th 04, 03:38 PM
The Truth About Bob Hirschfeld
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

In alt.dads-rights.unmoderated "TrashBBRT" wrote:

IF YOU NEED TO FILE A NOTICE OF APPEAL IMMEDIATELY,


Get advice from a lawyer, NOT from a disbarred spammer hiding in
Mexico!

SNIP


^^^^^^^^
His email address- The only truth you'll ever get from Bob Hirschfeld.



Here's the rest of the truth about this spamming piglet:
http://www.geocities.com/hirschfeld_sux/

  #5  
Old May 30th 04, 10:28 PM
TrashBBRT
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

IF YOU NEED TO FILE A NOTICE OF APPEAL IMMEDIATELY,
Copy the free form from this screen
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

(YOUR NAME)
(YOUR STREET ADDRESS)
(YOUR CITY/STATE/ZIP)
(YOUR PHONE NUMBER)
Appellant, In Propria Persona


(NAME OF COURT WHERE
JUDGMENT/DECREE TO BE APPEALED WAS ENTERED)

(CAPTION OF YOUR CASE; Edit to make it look similar to documents filed in
your case)

_____________________________________)
_____________________________________) No. (CASE NUMBER OF CASE
_____________________________________) IN WHICH JUDGMENT TO BE
_____________________________________) APPEALED WAS ENTERED)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________) NOTICE OF APPEAL
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)

NOTICE IS GIVEN that (YOUR NAME) hereby Appeals from the

(Judgment/Decree/Decision, etc.) entered herein on (DATE JUDGMENT

WAS SIGNED) by the Honorable (NAME OF JUDGE OR JUDICIAL OFFICIAL

WHO SIGNED JUDGMENT) in the above-captioned action.


DatedDATE)_______________________

_____________________________
(YOUR NAME)
(YOUR STREET ADDRESS)
(YOUR CITY/STATE/ZIP)
(YOUR PHONE NUMBER)
Appellant, In Propria Persona

Original filed with the
Clerk of this Court, along
with any fees required by the clerk,
and copies mailed/delivered on
this date (DATE OF FILING/MAILING) to:


(NAME AND ADDRESS OF OTHER PARTY OR ATTORNEY FOR OTHER PARTY)
(NAME AND ADDRESS OF JUDGE WHO SIGNED THE JUDGMENT APPEALED FROM)
(OTHER PARTIES WHO RECEIVED COPIES IN THIS CASE)


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
OF THE NOLAWYER NOTICE OF APPEAL

1. NEVER assume that a universal document is correct for your state and
court; try to determine BEFORE YOU FILE if the above form will be acceptable
to the Clerk of your court. It is believed by NOLAWYER to contain the
minimum basic elements for the filing of a notice of appeal anywhere, but no
guarantees of format, sufficiency or acceptability are made.

2. Find out IMMEDIATELY how many days you have from the date of signing of
your Judgment/Decree or other FINAL order to file a Notice of Appeal. In
some courts and in some kinds of cases, it can be 10, 20 or 30 days. IF YOU
WAIT BEYOND THE APPEAL PERIOD FOR YOUR CASE, YOU HAVE LOST YOUR RIGHT OF
APPEAL AND CANNOT FILE THE NOTICE. SPEED IS CRUCIAL!!!!

3. Check with the Clerk of Court as to where the Notice of Appeal and
subsequent papers are to be filed. In most instances, the initial Notice of
Appeal is filed in the Court that issued the Judgment or Decree that you are
appealing, not in the higher appeals court. Later papers may go to the
higher court, depending upon procedures in your state. Ask the Clerk to be
sure!

4. The Clerk may, instead of accepting this form, require that you use the
Clerk's own provided form. Go with the flow. Fill out theirs, if that's what
they want. What's important is to FILE A TIMELY NOTICE OF APPEAL TO STOP THE
CLOCK FROM RUNNING.

4. You may be required, depending on your state and court rules, to pay
various fees or bonds along with the Notice of Appeal. The Clerk should be
able to tell you what these are. There may be a simple Appeal Filing Fee. If
the judgment you are appealing requires you to pay a sum of money, the
filing of the Notice of Appeal alone may not stop the other party's right to
collect. A "supersedeas bond" in the amount of the judgment or larger may be
required to be posted in order to stop collection or execution ofthe
judgment while it is on appeal.

5. To carry through your appeal, be prepared to arrange and pay for, if
necessary, the preparation of a complete Court Reporter's Transcript of what
was said at your trial, if any, and possibly to pay for the Clerk's
photocopy costs required to send the Appeals Court a copy of the file (the
papers filed by both sides plus notations or memoranda placed into the file
by the Court itself. You may be required to obtain a "docket" or listing of
the papers already in your court file, originals or copies of which will be
sent up to the higher court. In some instances, you may save a portion of
the clerk's photocopying expense by giving the clerk a clearly prepared list
of only those docket papers which you wish to have the court of appeals
refer to. Safest is to let all the court's docketed papers be transmitted to
the higher court.

6. EITHER you will be sent a "briefing schedule" telling when your "Opening
Brief" will be due, or your state may have a fixed number of days (usually
more than 30) AFTER the Notice of Appeal is filed, in which you must prepare
and file your Opening Brief. Beware! Failure to pay fees or to timely file
the Opening Brief may result in permanent dismissal of your Appeal.
Sometimes a written motion for extension of time will succeed in delaying
the briefing schedule, BUT THE NUMBER OF DAYS FOR FILING THE NOTICE OF
APPEAL IN MOST CASES CANNOT BE EXTENDED.

If you need assistance in researching and preparing your Appeal Briefs, you
may wish to hire an experienced document preparer such as


NOLAWYER
011 52 638 382 0214 (Mexico)
email:
Web Page:
http://www.nolawyer.com

Lawyer-quality document preparation at NOLAWYER prices.

Checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express are accepted
Copies of the foregoing form, "NOTICE OF APPEAL" may be obtained in paper
form by emailing or phoning NOLAWYER. You may request from
that the file NAPPL.EXE be sent to you as an email
file attachment. The file downloaded to your computer will be found in your
browser or download directory. It may be moved to another convenient
directory, and the command NAPPL typed. The file will unzip itself into
several word-processor version files, including:

NAPPMSW5.DOC Microsft Word for Dos version 5.0 and higher
NAPPMSW6.DOC Microsoft Word for Windows 2.1-6.1
NAPPMSWW. Microsoft Windows Write 3.x
NAPPWP4. Word Perfect for DOS 4.0 and higher
NAPPWP5. Word Perfect for DOS 5.0 and higher
NAPPWP6. Word Perfect for Windows 6.0 and higher
NAPPAMI. Ami Pro 1.x-3.1
NAPPWS33. Wordstar 3.3 and higher
NAPPWS70. Wordstar 7.0
NAPPWSFW. Wordstar for Windows
NAPPMCII. MacWrite II, 1.0-1.1 (extract file on IBM compat)
NAPPMCWR. MacWrite 4.5-5.0 (extract file on IBM compat)
NAPPASC.TXT Ascii Text readable by almost any word processor


You may edit the form with your word processor, or, because it is so simple,
you may simply reproduce the form with a typewriter, filling in the
appropriate information. Make extra copies to present to the clerk for
stamping and/or for delivery or mailing to the Judge and the other parties
to the appealed action.


DON'T LET BAD JUDGMENTS/DECREES
BECOME PERMANENT!
APPEAL THEM!!!!!!


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----


HOW2, PO Box 696, Lukeville AZ 85341-0696
(Voice 011 52 638 382 0214)




  #6  
Old May 30th 04, 10:28 PM
TrashBBRT
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

IF YOU NEED TO FILE A NOTICE OF APPEAL IMMEDIATELY,
Copy the free form from this screen
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

(YOUR NAME)
(YOUR STREET ADDRESS)
(YOUR CITY/STATE/ZIP)
(YOUR PHONE NUMBER)
Appellant, In Propria Persona


(NAME OF COURT WHERE
JUDGMENT/DECREE TO BE APPEALED WAS ENTERED)

(CAPTION OF YOUR CASE; Edit to make it look similar to documents filed in
your case)

_____________________________________)
_____________________________________) No. (CASE NUMBER OF CASE
_____________________________________) IN WHICH JUDGMENT TO BE
_____________________________________) APPEALED WAS ENTERED)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________) NOTICE OF APPEAL
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)

NOTICE IS GIVEN that (YOUR NAME) hereby Appeals from the

(Judgment/Decree/Decision, etc.) entered herein on (DATE JUDGMENT

WAS SIGNED) by the Honorable (NAME OF JUDGE OR JUDICIAL OFFICIAL

WHO SIGNED JUDGMENT) in the above-captioned action.


DatedDATE)_______________________

_____________________________
(YOUR NAME)
(YOUR STREET ADDRESS)
(YOUR CITY/STATE/ZIP)
(YOUR PHONE NUMBER)
Appellant, In Propria Persona

Original filed with the
Clerk of this Court, along
with any fees required by the clerk,
and copies mailed/delivered on
this date (DATE OF FILING/MAILING) to:


(NAME AND ADDRESS OF OTHER PARTY OR ATTORNEY FOR OTHER PARTY)
(NAME AND ADDRESS OF JUDGE WHO SIGNED THE JUDGMENT APPEALED FROM)
(OTHER PARTIES WHO RECEIVED COPIES IN THIS CASE)


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
OF THE NOLAWYER NOTICE OF APPEAL

1. NEVER assume that a universal document is correct for your state and
court; try to determine BEFORE YOU FILE if the above form will be acceptable
to the Clerk of your court. It is believed by NOLAWYER to contain the
minimum basic elements for the filing of a notice of appeal anywhere, but no
guarantees of format, sufficiency or acceptability are made.

2. Find out IMMEDIATELY how many days you have from the date of signing of
your Judgment/Decree or other FINAL order to file a Notice of Appeal. In
some courts and in some kinds of cases, it can be 10, 20 or 30 days. IF YOU
WAIT BEYOND THE APPEAL PERIOD FOR YOUR CASE, YOU HAVE LOST YOUR RIGHT OF
APPEAL AND CANNOT FILE THE NOTICE. SPEED IS CRUCIAL!!!!

3. Check with the Clerk of Court as to where the Notice of Appeal and
subsequent papers are to be filed. In most instances, the initial Notice of
Appeal is filed in the Court that issued the Judgment or Decree that you are
appealing, not in the higher appeals court. Later papers may go to the
higher court, depending upon procedures in your state. Ask the Clerk to be
sure!

4. The Clerk may, instead of accepting this form, require that you use the
Clerk's own provided form. Go with the flow. Fill out theirs, if that's what
they want. What's important is to FILE A TIMELY NOTICE OF APPEAL TO STOP THE
CLOCK FROM RUNNING.

4. You may be required, depending on your state and court rules, to pay
various fees or bonds along with the Notice of Appeal. The Clerk should be
able to tell you what these are. There may be a simple Appeal Filing Fee. If
the judgment you are appealing requires you to pay a sum of money, the
filing of the Notice of Appeal alone may not stop the other party's right to
collect. A "supersedeas bond" in the amount of the judgment or larger may be
required to be posted in order to stop collection or execution ofthe
judgment while it is on appeal.

5. To carry through your appeal, be prepared to arrange and pay for, if
necessary, the preparation of a complete Court Reporter's Transcript of what
was said at your trial, if any, and possibly to pay for the Clerk's
photocopy costs required to send the Appeals Court a copy of the file (the
papers filed by both sides plus notations or memoranda placed into the file
by the Court itself. You may be required to obtain a "docket" or listing of
the papers already in your court file, originals or copies of which will be
sent up to the higher court. In some instances, you may save a portion of
the clerk's photocopying expense by giving the clerk a clearly prepared list
of only those docket papers which you wish to have the court of appeals
refer to. Safest is to let all the court's docketed papers be transmitted to
the higher court.

6. EITHER you will be sent a "briefing schedule" telling when your "Opening
Brief" will be due, or your state may have a fixed number of days (usually
more than 30) AFTER the Notice of Appeal is filed, in which you must prepare
and file your Opening Brief. Beware! Failure to pay fees or to timely file
the Opening Brief may result in permanent dismissal of your Appeal.
Sometimes a written motion for extension of time will succeed in delaying
the briefing schedule, BUT THE NUMBER OF DAYS FOR FILING THE NOTICE OF
APPEAL IN MOST CASES CANNOT BE EXTENDED.

If you need assistance in researching and preparing your Appeal Briefs, you
may wish to hire an experienced document preparer such as


NOLAWYER
011 52 638 382 0214 (Mexico)
email:
Web Page:
http://www.nolawyer.com

Lawyer-quality document preparation at NOLAWYER prices.

Checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express are accepted
Copies of the foregoing form, "NOTICE OF APPEAL" may be obtained in paper
form by emailing or phoning NOLAWYER. You may request from
that the file NAPPL.EXE be sent to you as an email
file attachment. The file downloaded to your computer will be found in your
browser or download directory. It may be moved to another convenient
directory, and the command NAPPL typed. The file will unzip itself into
several word-processor version files, including:

NAPPMSW5.DOC Microsft Word for Dos version 5.0 and higher
NAPPMSW6.DOC Microsoft Word for Windows 2.1-6.1
NAPPMSWW. Microsoft Windows Write 3.x
NAPPWP4. Word Perfect for DOS 4.0 and higher
NAPPWP5. Word Perfect for DOS 5.0 and higher
NAPPWP6. Word Perfect for Windows 6.0 and higher
NAPPAMI. Ami Pro 1.x-3.1
NAPPWS33. Wordstar 3.3 and higher
NAPPWS70. Wordstar 7.0
NAPPWSFW. Wordstar for Windows
NAPPMCII. MacWrite II, 1.0-1.1 (extract file on IBM compat)
NAPPMCWR. MacWrite 4.5-5.0 (extract file on IBM compat)
NAPPASC.TXT Ascii Text readable by almost any word processor


You may edit the form with your word processor, or, because it is so simple,
you may simply reproduce the form with a typewriter, filling in the
appropriate information. Make extra copies to present to the clerk for
stamping and/or for delivery or mailing to the Judge and the other parties
to the appealed action.


DON'T LET BAD JUDGMENTS/DECREES
BECOME PERMANENT!
APPEAL THEM!!!!!!


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----


HOW2, PO Box 696, Lukeville AZ 85341-0696
(Voice 011 52 638 382 0214)




  #7  
Old May 30th 04, 10:28 PM
TrashBBRT
external usenet poster
 
Posts: n/a
Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

IF YOU NEED TO FILE A NOTICE OF APPEAL IMMEDIATELY,
Copy the free form from this screen
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

(YOUR NAME)
(YOUR STREET ADDRESS)
(YOUR CITY/STATE/ZIP)
(YOUR PHONE NUMBER)
Appellant, In Propria Persona


(NAME OF COURT WHERE
JUDGMENT/DECREE TO BE APPEALED WAS ENTERED)

(CAPTION OF YOUR CASE; Edit to make it look similar to documents filed in
your case)

_____________________________________)
_____________________________________) No. (CASE NUMBER OF CASE
_____________________________________) IN WHICH JUDGMENT TO BE
_____________________________________) APPEALED WAS ENTERED)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________) NOTICE OF APPEAL
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)
_____________________________________)

NOTICE IS GIVEN that (YOUR NAME) hereby Appeals from the

(Judgment/Decree/Decision, etc.) entered herein on (DATE JUDGMENT

WAS SIGNED) by the Honorable (NAME OF JUDGE OR JUDICIAL OFFICIAL

WHO SIGNED JUDGMENT) in the above-captioned action.


DatedDATE)_______________________

_____________________________
(YOUR NAME)
(YOUR STREET ADDRESS)
(YOUR CITY/STATE/ZIP)
(YOUR PHONE NUMBER)
Appellant, In Propria Persona

Original filed with the
Clerk of this Court, along
with any fees required by the clerk,
and copies mailed/delivered on
this date (DATE OF FILING/MAILING) to:


(NAME AND ADDRESS OF OTHER PARTY OR ATTORNEY FOR OTHER PARTY)
(NAME AND ADDRESS OF JUDGE WHO SIGNED THE JUDGMENT APPEALED FROM)
(OTHER PARTIES WHO RECEIVED COPIES IN THIS CASE)


----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
OF THE NOLAWYER NOTICE OF APPEAL

1. NEVER assume that a universal document is correct for your state and
court; try to determine BEFORE YOU FILE if the above form will be acceptable
to the Clerk of your court. It is believed by NOLAWYER to contain the
minimum basic elements for the filing of a notice of appeal anywhere, but no
guarantees of format, sufficiency or acceptability are made.

2. Find out IMMEDIATELY how many days you have from the date of signing of
your Judgment/Decree or other FINAL order to file a Notice of Appeal. In
some courts and in some kinds of cases, it can be 10, 20 or 30 days. IF YOU
WAIT BEYOND THE APPEAL PERIOD FOR YOUR CASE, YOU HAVE LOST YOUR RIGHT OF
APPEAL AND CANNOT FILE THE NOTICE. SPEED IS CRUCIAL!!!!

3. Check with the Clerk of Court as to where the Notice of Appeal and
subsequent papers are to be filed. In most instances, the initial Notice of
Appeal is filed in the Court that issued the Judgment or Decree that you are
appealing, not in the higher appeals court. Later papers may go to the
higher court, depending upon procedures in your state. Ask the Clerk to be
sure!

4. The Clerk may, instead of accepting this form, require that you use the
Clerk's own provided form. Go with the flow. Fill out theirs, if that's what
they want. What's important is to FILE A TIMELY NOTICE OF APPEAL TO STOP THE
CLOCK FROM RUNNING.

4. You may be required, depending on your state and court rules, to pay
various fees or bonds along with the Notice of Appeal. The Clerk should be
able to tell you what these are. There may be a simple Appeal Filing Fee. If
the judgment you are appealing requires you to pay a sum of money, the
filing of the Notice of Appeal alone may not stop the other party's right to
collect. A "supersedeas bond" in the amount of the judgment or larger may be
required to be posted in order to stop collection or execution ofthe
judgment while it is on appeal.

5. To carry through your appeal, be prepared to arrange and pay for, if
necessary, the preparation of a complete Court Reporter's Transcript of what
was said at your trial, if any, and possibly to pay for the Clerk's
photocopy costs required to send the Appeals Court a copy of the file (the
papers filed by both sides plus notations or memoranda placed into the file
by the Court itself. You may be required to obtain a "docket" or listing of
the papers already in your court file, originals or copies of which will be
sent up to the higher court. In some instances, you may save a portion of
the clerk's photocopying expense by giving the clerk a clearly prepared list
of only those docket papers which you wish to have the court of appeals
refer to. Safest is to let all the court's docketed papers be transmitted to
the higher court.

6. EITHER you will be sent a "briefing schedule" telling when your "Opening
Brief" will be due, or your state may have a fixed number of days (usually
more than 30) AFTER the Notice of Appeal is filed, in which you must prepare
and file your Opening Brief. Beware! Failure to pay fees or to timely file
the Opening Brief may result in permanent dismissal of your Appeal.
Sometimes a written motion for extension of time will succeed in delaying
the briefing schedule, BUT THE NUMBER OF DAYS FOR FILING THE NOTICE OF
APPEAL IN MOST CASES CANNOT BE EXTENDED.

If you need assistance in researching and preparing your Appeal Briefs, you
may wish to hire an experienced document preparer such as


NOLAWYER
011 52 638 382 0214 (Mexico)
email:
Web Page:
http://www.nolawyer.com

Lawyer-quality document preparation at NOLAWYER prices.

Checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express are accepted
Copies of the foregoing form, "NOTICE OF APPEAL" may be obtained in paper
form by emailing or phoning NOLAWYER. You may request from
that the file NAPPL.EXE be sent to you as an email
file attachment. The file downloaded to your computer will be found in your
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directory, and the command NAPPL typed. The file will unzip itself into
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NAPPWSFW. Wordstar for Windows
NAPPMCII. MacWrite II, 1.0-1.1 (extract file on IBM compat)
NAPPMCWR. MacWrite 4.5-5.0 (extract file on IBM compat)
NAPPASC.TXT Ascii Text readable by almost any word processor


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to the appealed action.


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Old May 30th 04, 10:37 PM
Hirschfeld Sux
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In alt.dads-rights.unmoderated "TrashBBRT" wrote:

DON'T LET BAD


lawyers- or, in the case of Bob Hirschfeld- people who are not lawyers
at all- ruin your chances! Consult a competent attorney for all your
legal issues.

How do you find a competent attorney? Step one- make sure they're not
disbarred for fraud, incompetence, lying, cheating, and stealing like
Bob Hirschfeld!

Remember. Bob's not a lawyer. He's a spammer. Big difference.
http://www.geocities.com/hirschfeld_sux/
  #9  
Old May 30th 04, 10:37 PM
Hirschfeld Sux
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Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

In alt.dads-rights.unmoderated "TrashBBRT" wrote:

DON'T LET BAD


lawyers- or, in the case of Bob Hirschfeld- people who are not lawyers
at all- ruin your chances! Consult a competent attorney for all your
legal issues.

How do you find a competent attorney? Step one- make sure they're not
disbarred for fraud, incompetence, lying, cheating, and stealing like
Bob Hirschfeld!

Remember. Bob's not a lawyer. He's a spammer. Big difference.
http://www.geocities.com/hirschfeld_sux/
  #10  
Old May 30th 04, 10:37 PM
Hirschfeld Sux
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Default Free Notice of Appeal Form

In alt.dads-rights.unmoderated "TrashBBRT" wrote:

DON'T LET BAD


lawyers- or, in the case of Bob Hirschfeld- people who are not lawyers
at all- ruin your chances! Consult a competent attorney for all your
legal issues.

How do you find a competent attorney? Step one- make sure they're not
disbarred for fraud, incompetence, lying, cheating, and stealing like
Bob Hirschfeld!

Remember. Bob's not a lawyer. He's a spammer. Big difference.
http://www.geocities.com/hirschfeld_sux/
 




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