What can I ask when I file for a Revisory Power in Circuit Court besides a new trial?

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Customer: what can I ask when I file for a Revisory Power in Circuit Court besides a new trial?
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Hello, my name is ***** ***** I am a licensed attorney with 17+ years experience. Please allow me a few moments to review your question. I will reply right back!

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You can pursue injunction/TRO, lawyer fees, costs.   You can also easily search court cases using google scholar by jurisdiction and terms. That site is easy to use (like google) and is also free! Here is a link https://scholar.google.com/scholar_courts?hl=en&as_sdt=0,33 I find it as useful as paid databases which charge hundreds of dollars per search.

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what is injuction/TRO
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a stay of proceedings.

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I hope my answer is fast and clear. Please let me know if you have a follow up question and I will be happy to answer it.

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where do you practice?
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I am in NY and NJ.    I wish you the best. You are welcome to follow up on the answer as needed and keep me posted.

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when I file for this motion do I have to mention in details what new evidences I have? Or can I just mention that there are evidences ?
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if mentioning a ‘mistake’ can I say that there were a mistake in the judgement itself causing harm to the children?
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are these grounds for a revisory power?
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Yes, that is grounds!

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I hope my answer is fast and clear. Please let me know if you have a follow up question and I will be happy to answer it.

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thanks
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Thank you for the opportunity to address your question. Please stay safe and healthy. You are welcome to mark me as a favorite and follow up as other questions arise.

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