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  1. This case is a waste of the courts time, on the phone call I informed the plaintiff of a better way to deal with this situation which is through PTD hence why I informed her that I put in a motion to dismiss the case. The other claim about the contract is a separate matter all together and has nothing to do with this case as it was not made by me. The New South Wales police force Personal Training Division is the appropriate body to handle such a matter, however the plaintiff has made no attempt to even try and resolve this out of court. There is no need for this case to be handle
  2. Firstly 22 days is 15 days over the time frame set out by the courts. Secondly the previous relationship does matter as the charges being contested are based on the discussion that was had with officer Riley, as per the original booking stated "In the words of Officer Riley, my client Did not evade recklessly and it should have just been evasion.". This more than warrants the dismissal of this case
  3. To whom it may concern, The New South Wales police force request that the case be dismissed based on the following. The plaintiff has had ample time to follow the matter up however has decided to wait 22 days since it occurred which does not fall within the time frame set out by the courts. Secondly the officer that provided the information about the charge is not the arresting officer and has a previous relationship with Miss Moonbrooke making it a conflict of interest. If Miss Moonbrooke truly believes the wrong charges have been added to her record she should file a PTD
  4. To whom it may concern, Due to the reasoning you have provided (de-sync) we don't believe the court is the appropriate body to resolve this issue instead we may refer you to the government. In future if you believe there is a clerical issue regarding strikes we would advise you to contact a member of PTD or the prosecutions team directly in order for a quick resolution. Lastly for administrative convenience and common courtesy please bring the matter forwards straight away rather than leave it for 2 months. Regards, Sergeant Jake Pawar Prosecutor New South Wales Polic
  5. To Whom it may concern, The New South Wales police force request the case be dismissed immediately due to the plaintiff not following up with the manor in a suitable amount of time. Regards, Sergeant Jake Pawar Prosecutor New South Wales Police Force
  6. your a mad lad

  7. Welcome back! Hope you have a great experience
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