I just left court at a district justice office. I am being sued by my former landlord and the claims of damage to the house are trumped up. The DJ did not let me speak in court and ruled against me. I am going to file an appeal but I want a copy of the landlord's paperwork so I can rightly defend myself. Is the landlord required to give me a copy of all paperwork ie pictures and receipts or estamites? Is there any recourse I can take against the DJ for not being given a fair trial
Answered on: 7/23/13, 10:58 am by Glenn Brown
On appeal you may subpoena the landlord's evidence.
Did you consider picketing the DJ courthouse?
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