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  1. #1
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    Default Submitting False Declaration and Sanctions Against Opposing Counsel

    I am self represented and I let my oppossing counsel know that they were filing a false declaration and submitted the proof to them. They failed to change and received semi-favorable judgement based off this offense. I'd like to seek sanctions against them but since I'm not represented I'm not sure if this is possible or how to go about it.

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    Default Re: Submitting False Declaration and Sanctions Against Opposing Counsel

    Well, a few more details might help

    What exactly was filed, and how did you object?
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    Default Re: Submitting False Declaration and Sanctions Against Opposing Counsel

    If you submitted your evidence to the court and the court sided with opposing counsel, I don't see that there's much point in trying to get sanctions. If you did dispute the "declaration" or submit your evidence in court, why not?

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