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What would you do?
My 90 year old grandma is being friviously sued in civil court and was in court last week for closing arguments. Just to give you a little background, she had the neighbors trees trimmed at the property line (with permission from the owner) and now they are suing her saying she didn't have permission and she trespassed. Anyhow, the trial has been going on now since the beginning of February because the prosecuting attorney has DRAGGED the trial on and on. During the closing arguments, the prosecuting attorney was on a tirade and acting completely crazy. He walked towards where my grandma was and she saw him coming towards her so she tried to roll her chair out of the way. He shoved the chair and now she is in extreme pain because she was at an awkward when he did it, plus, she is 90. No, she can barely walk and every time she turns her head, her neck pops. What would you do? Would you file suit against this attorney? Do you think if she did that the case would drag on for months (her current case has been going on for more than a year). Last, if she did sue something happened to her during this trial, like if she became totally incapacitated or passed away, are we able to sue on her behalf?
Thank you in advance!