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Jason Steele

Jackson Black v. Jamison Richards

Loxxon Husky

At trial, the defendant was found liable for the first cause of action of Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress and ordered to pay $150,000 in compensatory damages.

The second cause of action of public nuisance was dismissed.

Mr. Richards must pay $90,000 of the restitution and $150,000 to Jackson Black or his counsel, and they shall notify me when that transaction is complete. Failure to transfer funds in 1 week may result in asset forfeiture.

Mr. Valentine must pay $30,000 of the restitution, which has already been satisfied.

Court Founds In Favour of Plaintiff

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Plaintiff motions for summary judgement in light of the failure for defense to show up at scheduled time.

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Here are the actions the court is going to take as a result of the defense's failure to attend court and failure to notify the court of such until after the agreed upon time for trial:

1) Court will be rescheduled to 6/18/2021 at 7:05 PM EST as stated earlier

2) Mr. Richards and Mr. Valentine will each receive one (1) Bar strike as a result of both of their failures to appear. I would like to note that only one of them has to appear for trial as they are both serving as counsel in this case. Both of them missing the time after previous delays makes both of them equally culpable.

3) As a result of over an hour of the plaintiff and the plaintiff's counsel being lost, the defense will have to pay $112,000 to the government. Calculated by multiplying 8 paychecks times 4 people (as plaintiff had himself and 3 counselors present) times $3,500 (the paycheck size of the plaintiff and the 3 counselors). 

4) Subpoenas for both Mr. Richards and Mr. Valentine will be issued for them to appear in court on the rescheduled date. Important note: Only one of the two has to appear for trial to be conducted. If one shows and the other doesn't, the other will not be punished and will not be perceived as being in violation of the subpoena.

5) If Mr. Richards and Mr. Valentine both do not show on the rescheduled date, both will be held in Contempt of Court and Contempt by Breach of a Court Order. Both will also have their Bar licenses suspended if they both do not show.

6) The court admonishes both Mr. Richards and Mr. Valentine. They stated they could make the court date and then did not appear. They did so without giving notice to the court until after the scheduled date and time had passed. 

@Jason Steele @Matt Valentine @Jamison Richards

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At trial, the defendant was found liable for the first cause of action of Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress and ordered to pay $150,000 in compensatory damages.

The second cause of action of public nuisance was dismissed.

Mr. Richards must pay $90,000 of the restitution and $150,000 to Jackson Black or his counsel, and they shall notify me when that transaction is complete. Failure to transfer funds in 1 week may result in asset forfeiture.

Mr. Valentine must pay $30,000 of the restitution, which has already been satisfied.

 

SO ORDERED.

@Jason Steele @Matt Valentine @Jamison Richards

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Case Closed

Hello everyone,

This case is now closed.

Kind Regards

Loxxon Husky- State Court Chief Registrar

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