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Relief laws no defense to confessed judgment (access required)

Provisions of the federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) provide no defense to a confessed judgment entered against defendant while he was on active military duty. Background Slonopas Real Estate executed a deed of trust and a promissory note payable ...

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No injunction against face mask executive order (access required)

Where plaintiffs challenge an executive order requiring the use of a face mask in certain settings, injunctive relief is denied because plaintiffs are “not likely to succeed on the merits of their claim.” Background Plaintiffs are a winery and, Strother, ...

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No injunction against crowd control measures (access required)

Where police used crowd control weapons and equipment to disperse demonstrators who were protesting police brutality, this did not violate plaintiffs’ rights to freedom of speech and assembly. The court declines to issue a declaratory judgment that the police unlawfully ...

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Defendant not excused from community service requirement (access required)

Although the court has the discretion to dismiss defendant’s case even though he has not completed the required 100 hours of community service, the court will instead extend the time for completing community service by six months. Background Defendant was ...

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