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Hello George,My name isXXXXX a licensed attorney. Glad to try and help out.Sure sorry for your circumstances, truly. My heart goes out to you.Accordingly, please believe me when I say it brings me no pleasure to share the following information with you. I didn't enact the law, and personally I often disagree with various provisions, but nevertheless here's the truth. I won't do you the disservice of lying or misleading you. So, that being said, here's the truth based on my years of experience. What you've been told is indeed correct. It makes no difference that the person works for the Judge. And it makes no difference even if she was the one to invite or initiate contact. As the restrained party, what you were told is entirely correct. I could say otherwise, but it would be worthless information and worse yet, an outright lie.I am sorry.If you have a follow-up question or need clarification, please just say the word by using "reply" to reach me.I hope all works out for you.Take care,Ben, J.D.
It's not the judge part. Its that Had nothing to do with with person. and
don't want too. Why is it against the law to charge someone. plus I just
a got a letter from the court to do it over.
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