for Dwayne B. The original case I am in, which should've just been a simple contract dispute, has by the Defense att'y, been made into something much larger. He threatened from the start to make it expensive and difficult, and has, to the point of destroying my source of income, making me indigent, and giving me PTSD (legal abuse syndrome) making me suicidal on top of other disabilities. He has been reported to ODC. So, stemming out of this, he has created the need for at least 6 other cases for all the damages. One on ADA violations which includes the county and judge acting as administrator - they are at fault too, but he is worst and continually mocks my health, and even has been trying to diagnose me, lol, and incorrectly. There is a malpractice one against him, and the hospital also, resulting from his stalking and harassment/IIED. One against the county, one against the state, and one against construction workers he encouraged the defendant to bring in and start tearing up my property when we were well into litigation. There is more, but that would do it. So, what I am wondering, is, is there a good way to handle all this? The Court knows this stuff is going on, it's practically all public record. I've tried contacting attorneys with it, but it seems they aren't interested in anything this big, and/or because it includes legal persons/county. So, I just ask specific ones about specific things, like ADA violations, or malpractice, but still don't get anywhere. Probono is not in the vocabulary here. :) In the latest from him, he responded to my notice of intent to file for malpractice. This wasn't as bad as much of his stuff, but in the shape I'm in... so he is again mocking me, and saying he'll be glad to get it, but also I "am subject to three malicious prosecution claims". I don't know what he is referring to, he makes these kind of accusations all the time. I'm guessing he could try and charge me with that, but there is obviously no malice at all. And, I strongly believe in principle and personal accountability. I told people months ago I was afraid if I filed this other necessary suits he would try and come back with other suits against me, which is what it looks like he may do. The same as I told people months before it happened, that if he thought he could find a way to try and put me in jail he would. He has requested two warrants for my arrest, based on nothing reasonable, and it is clear through the paperwork he did it to further terrify me. Haven't heard anything from the court as yet. The only malice has ever come from the Defendant and the Defense, latter more particulalry in the past year. To me it says they know they don't have a strong case. A number of people, mainly men have said he is doing it because I am a woman, poor, and in fragile health. I do know he has a reputation for playing dirty though over the decades, and have seen it first hand now, but I doubt any were as bad as this, due to my health problems. I have asked for protection orders, which victim advocate and I believe weren't even read, and were denied because he is an attorney. No one will do anything in this state (and I hear this repeatedly from more and more people I meet, that have been abused by legal/justice system people). I guess I'm just looking for ideas of anything else I can do to protect myself, and/or ways to get legal assistance (MT help services are nothing), or ??? Other than listing in the malpractice suit and other charges that all these cases are derived from his behavior... just what remedies there might be available before I actually die from his continued bullying of me. It's not like it isn't obvious to people that see the paperwork.
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