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If the counsel asking for extensions uses the same excuse,

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If the counsel asking for extensions uses the same excuse, They were at trial. Can I ask for proof?
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Proof for what, exactly, their reason for the excuse?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Yes , a trial, there are two lawyers working on my case. they are stalling


You can ask the court to request that the parties seeking a continuance provide evidence of their need and request that if they are found to have been intentionally stalling on the case to make judicial note of it and then potentially pursue a contempt claim against them. Seeking unreasonable delays is a common stalling tactic but you can contest the request and demand proof of need as the opposing party.

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