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RE: [tips_and_tricks] New York State Supreme Court - Civil

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  • Larry Bradshaw
    Hey Harold Did the Defendant (news Paper) file an affidavit with their Motion to Dismiss? If not the judge can t dismiss for he has nothing in record by which
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 21, 2006
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      Hey Harold
      Did the Defendant (news Paper) file an affidavit with their Motion to Dismiss? If not the judge can't dismiss for he has nothing in record by which to base his discretion.
       "STATEMENTS OF COUNSEL EITHER ORAL OR WRITTEN ARE INSUFFICIENT FOR MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF MOTION TO DISMISS"
      Did they have a witness testify that service was not perfected, or did the attorney tell the judge. If the attorney told the judge then he was testifying and an attorney cannot testify and represent in the same case.
       
       
       Move for rehearing
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      infreedom
      Larry __ 
      Disclamer: this information is not intended for legal advise, it is an exercise of the 1st amendment right to free speach with intent to educate the reader. ,_._,___   
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