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Abuse of Process

Reader comment on item: Islamists in the Courtroom
in response to reader comment: Response to Litigator

Submitted by Litigator (United States), Jun 7, 2007 at 22:09

When sued, one should file a counterclaim to prevent the premature dismissal of the original suit, such as a claim for abuse of process or malicious prosecution, or alternatively file such a claim following the dismissal of the original suit. Moreover, under such circumstances, one should go after the lawyer who brought the case as well.


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