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  • Marc Greenberg

Attorney Expected to Know if Court Reporters Are Provided

An attorney who found out when she came to court in December 2015, that there was no court reporter in the department and made a motion for a continuance so she could hire one, which was denied, yesterday had the bulk of her contentions in the Court of Appeal rejected because they were not corroborated by a reporter’s transcript. The attorney, Grace E. Wilson of San Diego, appealed a civil harassment restraining order against her and an award of $1,500 in fees statutory attorney fees in favor of the prevailing party, Veada Reed. Wilson had apparently become convinced that Reed—whose daughter was on the same softball team as her own twin daughters—had made uncomplimentary remarks concerning her girls. Wilson sent derogatory emails about Reed to others and on one occasion engaged....MORE

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