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Re: summary judgement via phone at court hearing


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Posted by Keyser Soze (152.163.252.134) on April 26, 2004 at 21:07:31:

In Reply to: summary judgement via phone at court hearing posted by 1dering on April 25, 2004 at 17:58:33:

If you answered the suit, then file an Objection to Motion for Summary, stating Plainstiff hasn't proven his case, his facts are deficient, lacking affidavits, incomplete, meaningless.
Are you within SOL or beyond it? What state are you in? If Florida, are you being sued by Palm Beach County Legend, Hugh Brett Shafritz, Esq.? This is his style, phoning it in from the cabana court at the Greek Isles Club in trendy Delray Beach.
Motion for summary is shorthand by which the Plainstiff tells the Court he's proven all material facts of his case, he wants his judgement. Usually, this motion is filed by scumbag pooch-breath CA's who couldn't prove their case any more than they can hit their bulbous derrieres with a handful of rice. It's what it is, a blatant attempt to circumvent trial in order to reduce their time and expenses, and most importantly, deny you your legal rights and avoid Court sanctions for bringing a defectoid, fraudulent, sleazebag case. Other than that, I've no opinion on the matter.

Opinionatedly,

Keyser Soze

"Present your guesswork as evidence. When it
reaches Court, it will be evidence, made so
by the inescapable pattern of criminal conduct
of the target of your investigation."
- Raul Diaz, Metro-Dade Homicide,
Founder of Centac-26, ca. 1981,
"The Most Dangerous Man in Miami"


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