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William A. Roper, Jr.
As I have previously pointed out, it pains me to post cases where defendants LOSE and particularly when they lose badly.  But such cases can also be instructive.

As we have recently discussed within other threads, sometimes borrowers are victimized twice, first by the bank in foreclosure and then by fraudulent scam artists who are peddling snake oil in the form of wingnut defense strategies.

The case of JPMorgan Chase v. Hernandez gives us a glimpse of just such a case.  In the case before the trial court, Hernandez managed to prevail on the basis of several singularly perverse documents which were prepared and filed.  There seems to also be some indication of mischief associated with the scheduling of a hearing and the service of the hearing notice.

This is about as wingnut as it gets!

The Court of Appeals was NOT amused, reversing the lower court decision, awarding JPMorgan Chase its attorneys fees and expressly referring the Defendant-Borrower's counsel for possible bar disciplinary action.

The case is:
JPMorgan Chase v. Hernandez, No. 3D10-1099 (FL App. 3rd Dist., June 22, 2011)
http://www.3dca.flcourts.org/Opinions/3D10-1099.pdf
Comments by others are solicited, encouraged and appreciated!
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A wise man ~ a man on our side ~ has offered the following propositon ~ over n over ~ time in and time out ~ all you need to do is "...... ground your defense in REAL statutes and case law" and you will have a fighting chance --- do this first and if u then have the time think about the 'other' theories presented.  make sense?
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