Clark County Muncipal Court

In re: Case # 15cvf2981
and the

Second Appellate Court of Appeals located in Springfield Ohio

In re: Case # 2016ca56
I posed the question to the attorneys on a particular lawyer referrel site:

Can an ohio plaintiff file in an ohio municipal court to demand a florida-domiciled person to come to ohio to address the plaintiff suit for $4k+ claiming damage to property? Also, If she was duped into coming all the way to ohio under the threat of a default judgment against her, and went to trial, does she have recourse since she can prove her place of domicile before the case was filed (over a year before) and has verification that she went back the day following her trial?


Here's the answers I received from ATTORNEYS:

"That sounds like a small claims case.
If it is, a FL resident would be foolish to respond to a small claims lawsuit in any other state BUT Florida.
It'll also be a rare day that a small claims judgment can be enforced in Florida.
Florida doesn't allow wage levies for small claims lawsuits. "

"In personam....Moreover, you could have avoided the entire series of events by simply ignoring the attempts to serve you.
You had the absolute right to challenge an Ohio court's ability to obtain "in personam" jurisdiction over you, a resident of Florida for a minor civil dispute.


style="background-color: rgb(255, 204, 255);">"From the looks of things, you lost the impenetrable shelter of the "in personam" defense by voluntarily appearing in Ohio to defend something that was unable to harm you, until you submitted to the court's jurisdiction voluntarily, my friend."

!!! ***Side Note! Not "voluntarily", Lured by a paid attorney that bailed at Pre-Trial is how it happened !
A cursory skim of the rules in which an attorney can bail are an eye opener.
End of Side Note***!!!


style="background-color: rgb(204, 204, 255);" itemprop="text">"The answer largely depends on whether the judge was made aware of the jurisdictional issue before trial. If not, then it is almost impossible to secure relief. But if the judge was informed of the issue in the form of a motion to dismiss the case, and went forward, then depending upon the proof offered of the lack of jurisdiction it should be possible to secure a reversal. "
style="background-color: rgb(255, 204, 153);">!!***Aware? Yes, here, in the very first motion to the Clark County Municipal Court of Springfield Ohio


style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 153);">"Jurisdiction is something that must be challenged before the Court issues a ruling. You should consult with a local lawyer to determine what has happened and whether any challenge can be made. "

style="background-color: rgb(255, 204, 153);">!!***Aware? Yes, here, in the very first motion to the Clark County Municipal Court of Springfield Ohio



itemprop="text">"Depending on the facts there may be subject matter jurisdiction
then there is the question of personal jurisdiction which is also fact based."

"By going to trial, she probably waived any objection she had to jurisdiction."
Now there were dozens (seriously) of attorneys all saying basically the same thing.
But wait, remember the "Jurisdiction" the Attorneys were speaking of? Jurisdiction.
Again, you'll notice my original question to these particular attorneys did not even mention Jurisdiction.

Again, the question was:

Can an ohio plaintiff file in an ohio municipal court to demand a florida-domiciled person to come to ohio to address the plaintiff suit for $4k+ claiming damage to property? If she was duped into coming all the way to ohio under the threat of a default judgment against her, and went to trial, does she have recourse since she can prove her place of domicile before the case was filed (over a year before) and has verification of where she went back to the day following her trial?

The main thread (with maybe 3 dissenting opinions), was....that of Jurisdiction (and to stay away from the state that is slandering or burdening you).
Is this seriously the best we can offer before we die!? What I mean is, for crying out loud ....!
What the attorneys did not know is, that we had already raised the issue of the Court's Lack of Personal Subject Matter Jurisdiction in our very first motion (of 18) to the Clark County Municipal Court of Springfield Ohio Prior to Pre-Trial, which is seen below.
Every one of the 18 Motions, denied by Judge Trempe.
Excerpt from: http://www.springfield-ohio-post.com

First Page, First Motion Clark County Muncipal Court First Motion
The Clark County Municipal Court ignored the Jurisdictional issue, as did the Second Appellate Court of Appeals, also located in Springfield Ohio. Sadly, the attorneys are right (sadly for the human race). The Bible says it's better to die with a good name,
our attorneys state .... evade, and not confront, or solve.

Now the Law states they must address the issue within the Courts. When I told that same group of attorneys that I already brought up Personal Subject Matter Jurisidction to the Courts, the attorneys backpedaled, suddenly there were noticeably less responses from the Attorneys.

As for how this elderly woman from Florida was duped into coming to Ohio?


style="background-color: rgb(255, 204, 153);">When virtually
style="font-weight: bold; background-color: rgb(255, 204, 153);">every
style="background-color: rgb(255, 204, 153);"> attorney contacted had said to stay away from Ohio's Jurisdiction;


style="background-color: rgb(255, 204, 153);">my mom's attorney, James Heath....this
style="font-weight: bold; background-color: rgb(255, 204, 153);">paid
style="background-color: rgb(255, 204, 153);"> Springfield Attorney, was telling my mom....to come to Ohio.

James Heath chose to do the exact opposite, in which he appears to have Lured the elderly, and Bailed at Pre-Trial. (a critical pivotal point in a civil proceeding).


You be the Judge








Kenny Hendrick
2803 Troy Road
Springfield Ohio 45504
(937) 718-3586
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