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Friday, October 24, 2008

An Order is an Order is an Order

Isn't it? An order entered by a sworn-in judge is an enforceable order, no? I've been dealing with a particular judge in a case recently who seems to take the position that if he/she didn't enter a particular order it shouldn't be given as much weight or on an one occasion it should be ignored because he/she wouldn't have entered it. A default order got entered by another judge but this other judge claims she wouldn't entered an Order based on the evidence and proof of personal service. This is wrong! And very frustrating from the lawyer's perspective. I'm contemplating my next move...


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