Q: can something be done about stopping criminals from evicting me from my house I am also disabled is this fair ?
This is about a real estate fraud case ,where a person who had 2 lawsuits against them 1 for fraud sold a building that was not solely theirs to a developer corp,who then used their attorneys to help the person who commited fraud to force a win that ended up hurting the victim of multiple crimes and abuses further in short they forced a decision that ended in a death of senior citizen who was healthy and became sick after the decision and died in about 1.5 years later had to fight eviction of their own house Judge ignored documents did not read them and or ignored this conflict of interests in both lawsuits also judge was abusive to elderly disabled attorney who has a hearing disability , the issue is this caused irreparable damage to several people and the criminal got away without any investigations and new landlord proceeded to evict the owners while the other fled to a far state in 15 days after sale this was 3 years ago all the victims are 2 disabled and 1 was disabled since chi
A: You need to speak with an attorney. Your story is heartbreaking, but without reviewing the legal documents and the court decisions it is impossible to put together a strategy for you.
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