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Old 07-26-2018, 11:36 AM
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Default Irony: Plaintiff assigned same judge in Civil Court that I had as Defendant

I went through this whole process from 2012 and it finally ended after I got off paper in 2017. This whole time I was assigned to Judge C. and he sentenced me originally and also on a SR violation.

Now fast forward to this week. My wife and I had a legal issue with our mortgage company (nothing illegal with me - a civil matter). They were taking payments, then waiting up to two weeks to post them. And they reported the payment late. This caused derogatory credit reporting and as a result a few of our business credit lines were closed or reduced. So I got with a lawyer, got him all the paperwork. He took four months to investigate and draw up a plan. He accepted the case on a contingency basis. The case was filed in US District Court. The same courthouse I went through in 2012 and 2016.

And guess who the assigned judge is?

Judge C.

It will be nice to be on the plaintiff side of his courtroom...

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Ahhhh.....as the wheel turns! I've been on both sides of some court rooms. Defendant, family court, plaintiff. It's interesting (if not a bit terrifying) to see how the "justice" system works from several angles.

Best of luck to you in getting your situation straightened out.
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