3 p.m. reruns-
Brother vs. Sister-Plaintiff sister is suing defendant brother for unpaid balance on a car, and unpaid tickets. Sister sold non-running car to brother, who never paid for it, got it running, and it was left on the street and amassed a bunch of tickets. However, defendant gave her the car, and plaintiff let the registration lapse months before, so tickets are hers. Case dismissed.
A House Divided-Plaintiff father suing adult son defendant for sub-standard work on father's water damaged house. Son had full time jobs, and father is suing son for property damage that he didn't have time to repair on the house. Defendant was given $2250 total, but plaintiff wants $5k. Case dismissed, JJ doesn't believe anything the father plaintiff says.
The Pregnant Chihuahua Did it-Plaintiff / former landlord and ex girlfriend, is suing defendant / former tenant for apartment damages, which are blamed on his pregnant Chihuahua. When defendant left apartment, his Chihuahua and her puppies were locked in his room, and he left them. Defendant is a perennial victim, who had leached off of friends and relatives for over 10 years. Defendant was employed when the litigants moved into the apartment, it was a three bedroom, one was for defendant's seven year old daughter. Defendant lost his job, they fought, and he left without contact, before the first month was over.
Plaintiff doesn't look too good either, because she left the dog locked in the room, and only broke in when the dog started barking, and clawing at the door for over two weeks, after complaints from the management company. She fed the dog under the door. She then took the dog, and puppies to the pound. $4800 to plaintiff.
Deceased Parents, Feuding Children-Plaintiff sisters suing defendant brother, and wife for return of deceased parents property, and claim undue influence on the parents. There are nine siblings, one deceased, and only three sisters are suing. The three sisters rarely saw the parents. The coven of sisters hired an attorney, the court appointed a guardian, but they're still whining about the parents, who both died in 2012. Property they're suing about was sold by father before he died, and they're still blaming the brother.
Parents filed an application for a restraining order against daughters. Appeal was denied. SIsters are still upset that defendant 'banned' them from the funeral. Case dismissed, and will never be over.