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Looks for the format for a" Motion to dismiss" in PA

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Looks for the format for a " Motion to dismiss " in PAInvolves re-judicada and Statue of Limitations.
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Business Lawyer: Michael Bradley,
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are you looking for a sample form?

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Customer reply replied 11 months ago
example would be great.
Business Lawyer: Michael Bradley,
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what county in PA

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Customer reply replied 11 months ago
Northampton
Business Lawyer: Michael Bradley,
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What you are asking for is pretty significant legal document. It is a motion and memorandum of law. This is outside of the scope of JA. You are looking at 3 hours of legal work at a minimum
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Customer reply replied 11 months ago
I am sorry but I have been asking for weeks for these and collecting them so I can do mine, Instead of opting in without reading and then asking questions on it and wasting my time, I could of gotten one of the other lawyers to basically do a search for me.
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if you think so, good luck with that

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