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Old 11-01-2017, 07:07 PM
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Thanks.. yes I said NO.. and then he asked if I was sure.. to which I said no.. he also said there was no way I was getting joint custody which empowered the applicant who brought it up all the time after that.. but then at last motion she put it in her pleadings and the judge said that the case judge wouldnt be the trail judge and to get that fantasy out of her head.
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Old 11-01-2017, 07:10 PM
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Thanks.. yes I said NO.. and then he asked if I was sure.. to which I said no.. he also said there was no way I was getting joint custody which empowered the applicant who brought it up all the time after that.. but then at last motion she put it in her pleadings and the judge said that the case judge wouldnt be the trail judge and to get that fantasy out of her head.
so when asked you said you were bi-polar you said no. When he asked if you were sure you said no to that also? So basically you told him that you are not sure if you are bi-polar or not.
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Old 11-01-2017, 07:24 PM
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so when asked you said you were bi-polar you said no. When he asked if you were sure you said no to that also? So basically you told him that you are not sure if you are bi-polar or not.
LOL.. i guess i set myself up for that.. but I'm pretty sure his opinion is not a legal diagnosis.
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