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If The Judge Dismiss Your Lawsuit Do This

Did the judge dismiss your lawsuit? If so, here are a few case laws you can integrate into your objection and motion for reconsideration? In most cases the b.a.r. member will dismiss your case for failure to state a claim for relief. You must remember the judge is not going to help you and even if you stated a perfect claim for relief the judge will lie to you and claim your pleading is deficient just beat your ass down and put you on the path to pack your stuff and run!

Training Videos On YouTube:

If the judge dismiss your lawsuit you should head over to my youtube channel and search for the “how to state a claim” playlist and watch the training video showing you how to properly state a claim for relief. I will leave a link to my youtube channel below this post. Here is a link to one of the training videos. https://youtu.be/4PnquGFWSlM

Case Law You Can Use:

1. If The complaint is hard to understand but this, with nothing more, should not bring about dismissal of the complaint, particularly is this true where a defendant is not represented by counsel, and in view of rule 8{f} of the rules of civil procedure, 28 U.S.C., which requires that all pleadings shall be construed as to do substantial justice BURT VS. CITY OF NEW YORK, 2Cir., (1946) 156 F.2d 791. Accordingly, the complaint will not be dismissed for insufficiency.

2. Since the Federal courts are courts of limited jurisdiction, a plaintiff must always show in his complaint the grounds upon which that jurisdiction depends.” STEIN VS. BROTHERHOOD OF PAINTERS, DECORATORS, AND PAPER HANGERS OF AMERICA, DCCDJ (1950), 11 F.R.D. 153.

2. “A complaint will not be dismissed for failure to state a claim, even though inartistically drawn and lacking in allegations of essential facts, it cannot be said that under no circumstances will the party be able to recover.” JOHN EDWARD CROCKARD VS. PUBLISHERS, SATURDAY EVENING POST MAGAZINE OF PHILADELPHIA, PA (1956) Fr Serv 29, 19 F.R.D. 511, DCED Pa 19 (1958)

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