Limbo — it is usually a good sign, especially when I have the uphill battle, for the court to take the case under “advisement” before ruling. It is real easy for the court to “just say no.’ So, when they don’t do that, it means I have given them pause for thinking. They have to digest the case.
Well, I say usually a good sign. Sometimes a court may take an unusually long time to rule – a very long time. My fear in those cases, where this happens, is that the court recollection of the evidence, of the testimony, of the argument starts to dim. It gets in the distant past.
I’m currently waiting on a ruling — been out a week.