Again what laws did they break.
They didnt like the judgment so they changed it for gain.
This case I'm pro per and its going to be a land mark case for what not to do.
All was done and the judge sided with council because of false doc's. it has blew up in thier faces. .
True fraud So again what laws were broken with codes.
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Wait I put you guys off track! Sorry.
Forget judgment done..
Now when someone lies to a judge and changes court orders for gain.
example John gets ten years plus owes $100,000. now the petitioner changes it to ten hours jail time and only has to pay $1.00 turns in a Affidavit states this what you ask for judge. Judge sign it.
What laws were broke
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