Q: It's been about 9 months since a UD case was dismissed. I was intentionally defamed, discriminated, falsely snt to Co
His scheme to play victim and try to retaliate again. He has cases such as this since 2000. Lost truck, collections asking for $38.675 calling it eviction aftermath and Mayhem. Despites and fixed. I have tons of evidence that I didn't get to show because my SC case heard 11/20. UD was remote. He's a fraud. The tow document was filled out by him without tow Co. Yet it was whited out and used but modified. Landlord never spoke to me, didn't even tell me. And i have AAA.. Justice for intentionally disrupting the quality of life and discriminating etc... (This present time) i am finally healing from the emotional abuse, i am no longer homeless and i reported him to consumer board , district attny., And HUD..Justice was not served.. They lied under oath and i can prove that.
this sounds like a UD Real Estate/ Civil Case, and I handle PI and DUI Matters.
However, if he is a flake, you may be throwing good money after bad.
a lawyer will not likely take on a case like this on a contingency.
instead, you will pay on an hourly basis.
if you win and get a verdict the next issue is collecting.
i query whether it will be worth your while.
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