Q: 850k If an attorney erases 3 lines in a copy of a contract he gives to a judge, is there a way to deal with it swiftly?


The original contract is on file and his client stated he had possessions, that are the contract stated, he had no knowledge of the list and if found he would return. Apdx A was the 100k. list items. It a custom contact 3 pg doc. with appendix A list.. page contract written on the spot 8 months before. The stenographer at prior hearing recorded and I have a certified copy. His actions would show breach from the beginning via the contract. Yet dumb me no attorney. I started the filing because they stopped paying. It was a series of BS. I thought his admitting would be simple. Yet the judge didn’t get when I said something 2 or 3 times .. cuz the 2 or 3 sentences about that part were removed. Yet the appdx.A remained.. The judge kept looking at me ..When I said but he admitted he has stuff , the judge did agree and said he heard him. I was so confused the opposing council just said horrible things about me.. I was so upset. The judge was probably thinking that I was typical

1 Lawyer Answer
F. Paul Maloof
F. Paul Maloof
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Licensed in Virginia

A: It is no clear what is your question but if there was a judgment entered against you, you should file an appeal asap.

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