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What happens when I lose a civil Judgment?



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Sub: What happens when I lose a civil Judgment?
Sun, 10/10/2010 18:09

What happens when a laywer wins a Judgment against me? Can he freeze my bank account?



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Sub: #1 Crooked judges are trying the complaint made in Federal Court asSun, 10/10/2010 - 18:09



Crooked judges are trying the complaint made in Federal Court as the second complaint made in State Court. First com The rooked plaint was Racial Discrimination. Second complaint was Retaliation (Wrongful Termination). They listed the second complaint as Race (Discrimination). My evidence submitted supported a case of Retaliation. The crooked judges in the appeals court based my case on race discrimination. I was Pro Se and the judges know I won that case. They were bias and protected the appellant. What do I do next?


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Sub: #2 if a default judgement was filed against me what will happen to Mon, 08/16/2010 - 19:05



if a default judgement was filed against me what will happen to me if I cant pay?


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Sub: #3 A civil judgment for money follows a person not property. That sFri, 06/25/2010 - 04:30



A civil judgment for money follows a person not property. That said, the Plaintiff can go back to court and get a writ or order to garnish bank accounts, assets, and even your paycheck.
Here's what you should know:

1. State exemptions. Some assets are exempt from seizure for a judgment. You can Google your state statutes or call the clerk's office and ask for help. Legal aide also offers assistance for little or no costs.

2. Garnishments. Some states prohibit garnishment, like Texas. Again check your state laws or call the clerk's office. Even if they allow garnishment, they typically are not allowed to take more than 20 -25% of your pay. If you have a hardship, you can file documents with the court proving hardship and get the final order amend the order.

3. Negotiation. Yes, even post judgment Plaintiff's will normally negotiate payment either via a payment plan or lump sum. If you stipulate, know what you're signing, OK? Doesn't hurt to talk to a paralegal or attorney for assistance.


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Sub: #4 What can I do to get back into court after a civil judgement hasThu, 06/24/2010 - 19:29



What can I do to get back into court after a civil judgement has been issued? I missed my court date so I filed a motion to vacate but I have not had a ruling on the motion? In the meantime I have received a notice of judgement. I have proof that I do not owe the company but I am not sure how to present it now that I have been issued this judgement. The case was previously dismissed but because I missed the 2nd court date they ruled in other party favor.HELP


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Sub: #5 I was just issued a civil judgement in the state of ohio. The fiThu, 06/24/2010 - 19:23



I was just issued a civil judgement in the state of ohio. The first time we went to court the attorney for the plaintiff dismissed the case because he discovered the plaintiff had not filed my insurance. I received the paperwork from courts and plaintiffs attorney saying case dismissed. For some reason they decided to take me back to court for the case 3mon later. I missed the court date and filed a motion to go back into court. I received a notice of judgement from their attorney but have not heard anything about the motion. What can I do?


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Sub: #6 see below: I was NEVER served in California... what does the belSun, 05/23/2010 - 07:42



see below: I was NEVER served in California... what does the below mean? I have a joint bank acct with husband and a job now (i lost my job thats why i stopped paying) please help!

- COURT ORDERS DEFAULT JUDGMENT ENTERED AS FOLLOWS :
- JUDGMENT ENTERED AS A FINAL DISPOSITION ON xxxxx .
FOR (xxxxxxx) . AGAINST
(xxxxx), AN INDIVIDUAL . PRINCIPAL $ 15068.11
. ATTORNEY FEES $ 0.00 . INTEREST $ 520.15 . COSTS $
381.00 . TOTAL $ 15,969.26 .
- DECLARATION AND ORDER RE: JUDGMENT RECEIVED. CASE FILE
FORWARDED TO DEPT. 00N FOR CONSIDERATION.
- REQUEST FOR ENTRY OF DEFAULT RECEIVED AS TO (xxxxxx), AN INDIVIDUAL AS TO CLOCKED WORK .
04/14/2010 DISMISSAL WITHOUT PREJUDICE FILED AS TO DOES / ROES 1-10
, [INCLUSIVE] ONLY. 04/14/2010 REQUEST FILED AND DEFAULT ENTERED OF (xxxxxx),
AN INDIVIDUAL . DECLARATION UNDER 585.5 CCP, DECLARATION
PURSUANT TO 587 CCP, MEMO OF COSTS, AND DECLARATION OF
NON-MILITARY STATUS FILED.


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Sub: #7 i wish i could answer this for you but this i am unsure of so imWed, 10/28/2009 - 11:27



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Sub: #8 I recently received a letter to appear to a pre-trial hearing wiTue, 10/27/2009 - 13:57



I recently received a letter to appear to a pre-trial hearing with a creditor on a vehicle. I gave a vehicle back. My husband lost his job. I was down to one income, 4 kids, bills, mortgage and another car I am about to pay off and could not afford anything extra. I went in we postponed the hearing for 4 weeks if we could agree to work on a payment agreement. But when I talked to the legal she said they would file a motion for 10% liability. I cant afford an attorney therefore I do not know what to do? WHat is that? What if they do not accept my proposal can they still tack on 10% on the already balance due?


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Sub: #9 what now?Thu, 09/10/2009 - 19:12



i cannot pay the damages that were awarded against me, what happens now?


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Sub: #10 Lost a suit against the stateTue, 08/11/2009 - 21:34



This was a huge unethical case. I sued the state for discrimination, with the BOLI agency supporting my claim. The state used unlimited resources, threatened their employees, had a string of witnesses from the state to say what they wanted. I lost. Now with a judgement I have no funds, no job, no savings except my husbands. What can they take from me.


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