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Hi, with regard to your post:
i won a judgement against an attorney in the court of law...What was that case about?
he still went and filed a judgement He can't create a judgment - only a court can, so can you clarify what you mean by "judgment"?
on my credit after the case was decided in my favor..is this a crime?A judgment is automatically placed on your credit reports by the major credit bureaus - the judgment holder does not do anything to make that happen.
Now, if that lawyer did NOT actually have a judgment, as you indicated, but simply reported you as delinquent on a matter that you have already proven you are not delinquent on (or that you know is not a really claim of delinquency), while it may not be a "crime", per se, it WOULD be actionable defamation that could sue him for AND, may also be a violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act - so those are likely 2 areas I would investigate first, in terms of considering it I wanted to pursue legal recourse against him.
I hope this helps clarify for you.
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