Legal Question in Civil Litigation in Ohio

Ohio foreclosure case: (filing Pro se). Plaintiff filed motion to strike all of my Exhibits and court granted his motion in four days. I thought I had seven days to respond with a motion contra to the plaintiff�s motion. In not being afforded the legally allotted time to respond, were my Constitutional rights violated as provided under the fifth and fourteenth amendments granting me �Due Process�? If so, do I have recourse and what are my options? By the way, I did file my motion in June, within the allotted time, contra to the Plaintiff�s motion to strike my Exhibits but it has never ruled on.

Asked on 9/10/13, 9:39 am

1 Answer from Attorneys

David Michael Benson Benson Law Firm

Your best option would be to retain a knowledgeable local lawyer to assist you. If you cannot afford one, contact the local bar association to see if they have a member who will provide services pro bono (for free) or call your local Legal Aid office. Trying to litigate through internet postings is a poor substitute for adequate representation.


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Answered on 9/10/13, 10:27 am

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