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    Get a lawyer and file an appeal. wjf ... From: robert To: Sent: Sunday, April 11, 2004 7:51 PM
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      Get a lawyer and file an appeal.


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "robert" <berryr62166@...>
      To: <infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Sunday, April 11, 2004 7:51 PM
      Subject: [infoguys-list] is justice blind?

      > I was recently sued for vandalism to a shed on a property I moved out
      > of 3 years ago. My ex girlfriend still lived there with her boyfriend
      > and his two teenager boys , her cousin and her boyfriend and 2 kids
      > . She was served an eviction notice. On August 15, 2003, The landlord
      > filed a police report stating a shed was sawed in half. Now he is
      > suing me for that damage. I had proof that I was in another city
      > getting a building permit at city hall that day , and also a receipt
      > from a hardware store that was in another state showing the time and
      > date that I was there . I even had cancelled checks showing that it
      > was in fact me that was at those places. . Now , the plaintiff?s
      > witness, that I had no idea was going to be in court, testified that
      > my son told him the we tore the shed down. My son told me he never
      > said that . In fact , he was with me that day . I told the courts
      > that my ex was present when the police report was written stating that
      > it was someone else that did the vandalism, but the judge ruled that
      > hear say. Then why isn?t his witness?s testimony hear say without my
      > son being called to the court room to verify the story? Would you
      > believe even with my proof I was somewhere else, I still lost the case
      > ? IS there any way I can get justice?
      > Robert, from Indiana
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