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28 Aug 12 #352433 by soulruler
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Difficult as it is you need to attempt to stay calm.

From what you have posted you have done your best to make financial offers which you believe fair under the circumstance.

If neither she and her legal team will make a comment or come back to you that does not in effect mean that you are wrong.

Difficult as it may be and I do understand how anxious you are not withstanding, in fact, as a result of the reality that you are a member of our civil force (I have a lot of experience all positive of being involved with our civil force) and that that involvement may lead you to believe that you are prejudiced by way of "corruption" in all of this.

Take a DEEP BREATH. Look at your papers. Remember that you have rights and understand rights and as long as you abide by those rights and your responsibiities as far as you are able that you cannot and should not be prejudiced in a civil court as a result of that.

Do not panic, you are under a ridiculous amount of stress.

Look through the answers to your post so far, look through your papers as received and sent and CALM DOWN.

Remember as a great friend of mine has often said to me "No one has died". From your point of view you are not under suspicion of murder, assult or harrassment - you may of course not believe that this is true.

Evidence in criminal court and evidence in civil court. Due diligence always as although hearsay is not admissible in criminal courts, evidence is admissible in civil courts and hearsay and what should count is law first and judicial discretion and evidence second.

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