Anybody suing a contractor who damaged their property would not have dealings with the clerk of court. Your case would be tried to a civil magistrate, if filed in Small Claims Court, or a District Court judge, if filed in civil district court. Thinking the Clerk of Court has jurisdiction to hear you case is equal to thinking the school crossing guard has jurisdiction. This might explain why you lost the case, as you clearly failed to show up before a judge and I'm guessing the judge had no choice but to dismiss the case.
The point, Sterling Cates, is not to try to convince you of anything, but to stop you and the Boz campaign from spreading lies. I'll just let you know that Lorrin has tried to a jury in Superior Court. If it helps you to distort Lorrin's record, you should join SEANC. Has Boz ever managed an office, supervised personnel, had an employee, run a court system? No, no, no, and no. So, who has no experience?
False, Sterling Cates. Lorrin Freeman was trying criminal jury trials while Boz was still in High School. That, sir, is a fact.
To answer the question of shadowy and anonymous Clemson06, Lorrin has been Clerk of Court for nearly 8 years, so obviously she hasn't prosecuted cases in that time. However, she has tried roughly the same amount of cases as Colin Willoughby did.
Yes, Bibi, your math is correct, but my comment was intended to be lighthearted. The fact is that when we have two good candidates with outstanding records of public service, we must never allow an 800-lb. bully like SEANC to come in and completely distort the truth. SEANC is all about petty retaliation. The DA's office is the last place in the world where retaliation and score-settling can be allowed. SEANC needs to be kicked to the scrap heap.
I received a mailer today from Boz. Not from SEANC, but from Boz. In it, he accuses Lorrin of missing the bail bond business for 8 years. Doing the math, at the time of discovery and reporting, Lorrin had been in office for 6.5 years. 8 years ago, Lorrin was representing the NC Highway Patrol as an assistant Attorney General. I think that if you are going to lie about Lorrin, you should at least make an effort to disguise your lies as "facts". Shabby.
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