As of September 1,civil unions are no longer available.
Methods of resolving disputes without official court proceedings.
The act of voiding or canceling something, usually probation or a driver's license.
Someone employed by the court to investigate a guardianship case where the person who wants to be the guardian is a relative of the child.
See also income withholdingwage withholdingobligeeobligor.
For several months, House leaders had delayed the vote over concerns the bill might not have enough support.
Services provided by a local agency to investigate a criminal defendant's background so a judge can decide whether or not to release the defendant from custody before trial.
For example, a notice to the other side that on a certain date a particular motion will be made in court.
The explanation of constitutional rights given by a judge to a defendant.
See counsel and lawyer.
The bill converted civil unions to marriage and recognizes civil unions and same sex marriage from other jurisdictions.
A crime that can be punished by up to 1 year in jail.
A statement that a defendant writes to answer a civil complaint and say what defense they will use.