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Hi Paul 1) We already talk about not commingling state

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Hi Paul:

1) We already talk about not commingling state and fed law. But since this is an original petition, I do need to address and complain about the elements of libel (to get it in for recognition) that Defendants resorted to in the form of character assassination and personal attracts on me during court proceedings by making numerous defamatory and slanderous statements in seeking the erroneous ruling they achieved in the underlying case, subjecting me to long-lasting mental anguish, TEX CP. CODE ANN. § 15.017.
2) In my petition, I’ve gotten to my “Request For Relief”. Beyond seeking what was requested for in the underlying case (if not more at this stage), I find myself at a personal loss because I have been seeking justice over equity. We are talking almost seven years. I will have to come to terms over it and must address it. I feel at a loss at how I should open my approach on the topic, less alone what the courts limits may be. What do you think may be an appropriate intro on the thought process for equity?

Happy Holidays,
JJ
You are not really mixing state and federal law here, you are asking the court to take concurrent jurisdiction over one claim in your petition which is a state law claim. You do not make a specific dollar amount claim, you make a claim for damages in the amount that the court deems necessary and proper and that way you are not limited at all.


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