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Author Topic: Update: Just had the hearing after remand from Federal  (Read 2493 times)


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Re: Update: Just had the hearing after remand from Federal
« Reply #15 on: December 23, 2021, 08:20:41 pm »
I feel bad for your wife. Going through this is tough, but living in her nightmare of OCD is even worse.
   When I was going through the process as they say there was so much that I hadn't thought about.  Like driving a car, walking in a store, groceries, walking down the street , how many breaks do you have to take at work , does it disrupt the work day of process.  Doing dishes, vacuuming , opening a med bottle, cooking and socializing. So much more that I'm sure I am forgetting.  Basically your life is on a platter in front of a lot of people. 
  I remember the first question the judge asked me was "how much do you weigh, Ms. ___?  I nearly fell off my chair! LOL   I looked at my lawyer with tears in my eyes because of everything we went through I didn't know that would come up! I was embarrassed to say the least but my lawyer put his hand on my shoulder for support and I told the judge.  And then I cried for my whole time in there. 
     I'm not sure why I'm saying all of this here.  I just feel bad for your wife because I and everyone in here knows the pain and vulnerability you go through while trying to fight for your life with strangers.

   I hope she can find some happiness in the next few days.
   I wish her luck and hope it comes back favorable!