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Not only am I paranoid about saving every parking ticket and restaurant bill, I'm now having to save evry damn post I make more than five lines long!

Thanks again, and I'm not sure either why I'm losing conficdence here? I think I'm still so emotionally raw, that I'm finding it all too daunting. Especially since his legal team are very aggressive.

But, I'll await the outcome of what the court suggests. Assuming that I just might have to file a statement, and supply a few bits of 'evidence'.

I'm awaiting a hearing date, which hopefully won't be too soon. (Mid-Nov would be good). With each week I'm building confidence, and as I crack-the-back of the bundle, I'm seeing a better picture of things.

I must say, in my previous appearances, I've been 'heard'. (I think once the judge is comfortable that you're intelligent enough to cope - and follow, then they're easier about you not being professionally represented).

I'll keep you updated.

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