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The justice system works: Roy Pearson loses 

Our long, international nightmare is (nearly) over. The works. Judge Judith Bartnoff found today that is not entitled to any of the damages he sought against a hard-working Korean family operating , a small dry-cleaning outfit in Washington, DC.
   Essentially, Judge Bartnoff, even applying a lower evidentiary standard, could not find that Judge Pearson had discharged the burden of proof and that , as I noted, is to be interpreted in the eyes of the reasonable consumer.
   She has not yet worked out the defendants’ claim about Pearson’s mala fides and vexatious , but the Chungs were awarded judgement and costs.
   The Washington Post has a copy of the PDF judgement here. I don’t think you need to be a lawyer or law student to read this judgement: it’s clear-cut and the case is, despite Judge Pearson’s claims, really simple. It also outlines all the facts, including what the rightly had to miss in order to make the story easier to follow.
   Consumer classes will be interesting next semester.
   But, more importantly, Judge Bartnoff has shown the world that the of the society does not really work in real life, something that Judge Pearson appears disconnected from. She may well have discouraged similar cases and has done the right thing not just as an officer of the court, but as an American.
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Thank goodness for common sense and well done Judge Judy. Hearing this result on the news this morning really made my day!  
Well done. This Roy Pearson is not serious. His own interest was trying to
destroy a hard-working
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