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markbys

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#32
And what does that tell you, markbys, that you've failed at the county and state levels? Could it be that you have NO case? (And BTW, Ohiogal is a vetted attorney. And you're proving the rule about fools representing themselves. Have a good day.)
I'm a fool for being an innocent victim trying to defend myself
 

Zigner

Senior Member, Non-Attorney
#33
No, you're at an extreme disadvantage by now being represented by a pro. Your matter is akin to performing an appendectomy on yourself. Things like this are better left to the pros. If a pro won't do it, you need to take a hint.
 
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