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fairuse.stanford.edu/case/af-holdings-llc-v-does-1-1058

May 27, 2014 ... AF Holdings, represented by Prenda Law, filed suit in district court ... these Doe defendants is lacking, and defendants could not properly be ...

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Mar 21, 2013 ... Defendants deny the allegations contained in Paragraph 1 of Plaintiff's ..... Prenda Law have actual control of Defendants AF Holdings LLC and.

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The gravamen of the complaint is that plaintiff, K.S., a member of the bar of this State, was raped twice by defendant A.F., one of the partners of the firm by which  ...

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May 22, 2017 ... ... They Used In A Text, Setting A Precedent That Is Millennial AF ... However, the sent symbols support the conclusion that the defendants acted ...

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AF Holdings argued that it was allowed to obtain the identities of the ISPs' ... ability to sue large groups of John Doe defendants together with minimal evidence.

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The third section also asks for further basic information about the defendant, which is designed to make sure that the small claims court has the authority to hear ...

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1. Count(s) Pleading To. The defendant shall enter a plea of guilty to Count One of the. Information. Count One charges the defendant with Conspiring to Commit.

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Based upon the Court's Order of Default against defendants MARCARET I), TOM ... All rights, claims, ownerships, lies, titles and demands of af Defendants are.

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criminal defendant to choose between silence and testifying in his own behalf”. ( quoting ..... to mount a vigorous defense.53 Wealthy defendants can also af-.