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After what happened to me I have been thinking. The only way to force the courts to act properly is to rub the spectre of Civil Rights Violations on them. If you live in a large city such as LA there is usually commision for civil rights issues. If you complain to them about your treatment in court they may take it up. If you also say you saw a disporportionate number of minorities being bullied by the court they may do even better. The court has chosen sides on this area of law and it is not right. So letters to the editors maybe even well written op-ed not only may net you some coin but maybe a job so they can garnish something. Complain to the CFPB they have taken interest to the shenanigans of the debt collection industry and have cracked the whip onthe banks. If you got foreclosed on hey try what the guy in Boca Raton did he has Hostile possesion of a mansion. The bank would have to prove the title to it and it has a higher standard of proof. any little thing you do will help because a million beestings will hurt. If you are in LA County when you do answer request a jury trial then you will have a fighting chance, In any other courts a jury will be better than a judge who is on the plaintiffs side. I know once you but the issues in front of a jury you at least get the message out to twelve people or 9 or 8. These are things you can do. also if you got judgement against you Motion for a new trial, or file a writ of mandate and appeal. Many of us are not responsible for these alleged debts but the courts treat the plaintiffs like Sirens and are wooed by the affidavits they see. The judges could care less about the parties and will rule for them because pro pers hardly ever appeal. So This is Seadragon still on the fight. A void judgment is subject to attack anytime and in any venue, first you shame them then you sue them.