Factors relevant to place and time

The relevant factors to time and place of a trial are the Constitutional Rights of a party litigant. Before filing a complaint, it is important to know the place where the crime was committed or the place where the properties involve is located. The Rules of Procedure of the State and the statute of limitations with respect to the prescriptive period of the crime and the prescriptive period of the imposable penalty of the crime committed must be must be strictly followed by a party litigant.

Another important factor relevant to the time and place of a trial with respect to the continuance of a case is concerned is the authority of the counsel and his appointment; the confidentiality of the records, and disclosure of information; purpose of investigation; the manner of serving subpoena and depositions; and disposition of inquiries of the place where the complaint was being filed. No one is above the law. Laws are promulgated in order to cloth the rights of every individual.

Thus, violation of the statutory right is highly reprehensible and anyone can go to court in order to vindicate his right. Everyone is entitled to his statutory rights and to the non-impairment of his Bill of Rights. It is an elementary principle of justice system that cases must be dispose in accordance to the statute of limitations in order to attain a fair trial and justice among litigants. Cases must be heard daily, and court shall not adjourn for more than a week as provided in the statute of limitations in order to avoid the clogging of the court docket file.

Laws are uniform in nature. Once you follow the Rules of a particular State you will never go wrong, because it is a set of guide lines to be followed by practicing lawyers especially those who are new in the field of practice. This is a must; because once the Rules of Procedure is being neglected by a lawyer the complaint filed will be considered as a mere scrap of paper. “Under what circumstance is a law firm permitted to represent one municipality against another municipality that was a former client of the law firm?

Would screening lawyers who had been involved in the representation of the former client have an effect of the law firm eligibility to undertake the propose representation against the former client? ” (E. O. 539) Some lawyers forget their code of professional ethics and their code of professional responsibility in handling case that was entrusted to them by their clients. It is their oath to handles the case of their clients and to delay the cost of their clients by reason that the client could not pay the professional’s fee of a lawyer.