Judge Again upholds $ 107 million judgment against record producers
A judge in Los Angeles confirmed another $ 107 today Millions of verdicts against the imprisoned former rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight and Death Row Records, which were awarded in 2005.
About the objection from Lydia Harris, the woman who the original judgment and later agreed with Knight that it should be annulled, Supreme Court Justice David Sotelo said he will not rethink his December Decision to reinstate the judgment or its March decision to uphold that decision.
"Accordingly, the court finds that Harris' is the third motion too early that Harris failed to provide a legal basis for their request … and that Harris is unable to contest the verdict, ”Sotelo wrote.
Harris claimed she and her husband Michael invested in Death Row Records was in its infancy in 1989 and was the company's first Vice President. She sued after the former rap mogul allegedly pushed her out after the label started making money.
On September 20, at Harris' request, Sotelo overturned the sentence Harris raised questions about how her Wasserman, Comden & Casselman lawyers had won the case against Knight and Death Row Records.
Harris' current attorney, Dermot Givens, claimed the motion was void The ruling was necessary because Harris' former lawyers filed for bankruptcy Trustees and others worked together to use them to get this wrong Evaluation.
Givens claimed Harris did not receive any money from her lawyers who have collected part of the default judgment.
But attorneys at the law firm then filed court files requesting that the The verdict resumes stating that Harris has already more than collected $ 1 million for the verdict.
The case was back in court on Wednesday after Harris asked again the judge to overturn his December ruling and reinstate the September ruling that was in their favor.
Attorneys at the law firm said their court records were the latest Movement was a "reprocessing" of the March Movement.
“It's hard to imagine what prompted the plaintiff to do this immediate movement, but it couldn't have been a sincere belief that the movement was Merit ”, it says in the court files of the lawyers of the firm.
Givens stated in his court records that the law firm's lawyers did not provide any evidence as to whether the 2005 judgment was divided into prejudice and post-judgment Insolvency Segments.
Givens also argued that the judge who stepped into the 2005 ruling was the one was not responsible for this as the claims were part of the bankruptcy Estate.
Knight, 55, was sentenced to 28 years in prison in October 2018 Running over and killing former rap music label owner Terry Carter in 2015 the set of the film "Straight Outta Compton".
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