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Phillip M. Macoochie

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    Phillip Macoochie
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    My Character's Name is Phillip, he is a Criminal Defense Attorney trying to make it big. He had a terrible childhood and tries to treat everyone how he would wish to be treated. Phillip is in his mid 20's and is Seeking that next big Criminal Case 24/7.

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  1. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Macoohie v Brown

    Being that the reply to this was well over two weeks, we are no longer seeking legal action on Triston Brown.
  2. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Dillon v. Knox

    I sent an Email @Judge Declan Taylor to the above.
  3. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Perfect Bail Bonds

    I am
  4. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Hi, I'm Cordelia

    Lol
  5. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Hi, I'm Cordelia

    Looking forward to it!!!!
  6.  POS >>> :)

    1. BigDaddyLJ

      BigDaddyLJ

      That's correct mr pooncheese 😂

  7. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Dillon v. Knox

    Plaintiff Joey Dillon Defendant (Name(s)/Department(s) Tabitha Knox Statement of Claim We are claiming that the recognition of Tabitha Knox as a secondary owner of the property is not only unconscionable but also fails to recognize any receipts of payments, purchases, or signature on the contract. Currently, we are disputing the contracts validity in reference to Ms. Knox. The contract neglects to disclose important facts about the deal and its unconscionability in the agreement was so shockingly unfair that the contract simply cannot be allowed to stand as is. · Ms. Knox has grossly unequal bargaining power o Mr. Dillon put down $330,00.00 for the property plus and additional $20,000.00 and Ms. Knox contractually only had to put $15,000.00 down o Ms. Knox put less than 5% of the total property value down, yet is being recognized as a “secondary owner” when she should be recognized as a tenant · The terms themselves were unfair o The contract fails to specify Ms. Knox as a co-owner and merely states that she is a “secondary owner” despite having only a small 5% interest, Ms. Knox should be recognized as a tenant · The issuing judge is no longer available | History of the judge is questionable · Document is potentially amended w/o knowledge of the signatories · Ms. Knox signature is not present Plaintiff Statement Joey Dillon had purchased a property at 3671 Whispymound Drive Vinewood Hills on 8/14/2019. Under the contract it clearly states, “upon completion of payments of the property and when co-ownership of properties become available, the REA & available Judge will allow and expect an additional $15,000 payment from Tabitha Rayne Knox to become a secondary owner.” Ms. Knox has been asked to leave multiple times and this has led to some domestic issues that my party has suffered the consequences of. Ms. Knox refuses to leave, is purposely hindering Mr. Dillon because of his relationship with Lucy Cole. Mr. Dillon and Ms. Knox have had some form of a relationship in the past, and her actions prove only to cause a disturbance with Mr. Dillon and his current Fiancé’. You can access the contract here. Ms. Knox has gone out of her way to purposefully interfere with Dillon’s relationship with Ms. Cole. Ms. Cole and Mr.Dillon restrained themselves from any proximation with Ms. Knox despite her persistent disturbing aggressive behavior she has shown toward them. Relief · Ms. Knox to vacate the property with any and/all of her belongings in 72 hours · No longer recognize Ms. Knox as a “secondary owner” and recognize her as a tenant. Representation Joey Dillon Perfect Law Offices Phillip M. Macoochie Witnesses Lucy Cole Hondo Gonzales Witness Statements Non Available at this time Evidence to Subpoena Currently, we do not request any evidence to be subpoenaed Evidence Available Contract
  8. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Macoohie v Brown

    Lawyer Case Template Plaintiff Phillip M. Macoochie Defendant Tristan Brown Plaintiff Statement On 10/08/2019, Martin Bradford, Casper Dutch, Joshua Burnham and myself were standing in front of Mission Row Police Department waiting for Officer Powell. While we were standing there, Tristan and one other individual ran up and started attacking us. Tristan attacked all of us with a hatchet and incapacitated all four of us. Police shortly arrived and began giving us medical attention. Once they performed basic casualty care, they immediately transported us to Pillbox where we were placed in the ICU. I received medical treatment on my lower leg and am currently suffering an injury for indeterminate amount of time. Statement of Claim As a result of the incident, I, Phillip M. Macoochie suffered from physical pain and suffering, disability and impairment effects on quality-of-life and emotional distress for several days following the incident. Relief Pain and Suffering: $3000 Wage and Time Loss: $7500 Future Medical Expenses: $2000 Emotional Distress: $2500 Totals: $15,000 Representation Phillip M. Macoochie Perfect Law Offices Martin Bradford Casper Dutch Witnesses Martin Bradford Casper Dutch Joshua Burnham Witness Statements Martin Bradford— On 10/08/2019, Phillip Macoochie, Casper Dutch, Joshua Burnham and I were standing in front of Mission Row Police Department waiting for Officer Powell. While we were standing there, Tristan Brown and Alex McFarland ran up and started attacking us. Tristan attacked all of us with a hatchet and incapacitated all four of us. Joshua Burnham— Phillip Macoochie, Casper Dutch, Martin Bradford and I were standing in front of Mission Row Police Department waiting for Officer Powell. While we were standing there, Tristan Brown and one Alex Mcfarland ran up and started attacking us. Tristan attacked all of us with a hatchet and incapacitated all four of us. Casper Dutch — Phillip Macoochie, Martin Bradford, Joshua Burnham and I were standing in front of Mission Row Police Department waiting for Officer Powell. While we were standing there, Tristan Brown and Alex Mcfarland ran up and started attacking us. Tristan attacked all of us with a hatchet and incapacitated all four of us. Evidence to Subpoena Hatchet Used in The Assault Police Report from The Aforementioned Incident Evidence Available Medical Statements: Doctor: Xavier James King Patient was brought in by officer Kent Powel | patient left knee was bleeding the wound appeared to be by a large sharp object | patient had lost a lot of blood was feeling cold| start an IV for fluids and matching blood type to help with blood lose | administered general anesthesia (nitrous oxide) threw O2 mask| cleaned the area and prepped for surgery | had to call in a specialist to perform ligament repair to attach them back to the bone due to this being outside my area | after the surgery was complete surgery showed to be successful| the area after was secure and pain medication was provided to help ease discomfort | patient was placed in an air brace to secure the area /me gives patient antibiotic for infection and tramadol for pain | advised to return for any issues he may think will arise
  9. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Expungement Request - Oscar Wild

    Thank you, please close this case
  10. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Expungement Request - Sophie Georgia

    Thank you, can we close this case
  11. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Name Change Request - Chris P. Bacon

    Please close this case, thank you.
  12. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Name Change Request - Dan A A Ron Smith

    Please move this case to the "closed cases," Mr. Smith no longer is requesting a name change.
  13. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Monrove v BCSO

    Your honor, I have attempted to gather the evidence requested, unfortunately the entire event is no longer accessible from my understanding. It our disposition that the relevance of the events leading up to the incident is not necessary, pertinent, or applicable. We ask to move forward with the case and reference my time stamps.
  14. Phillip M. Macoochie

    Expungement Request - Oscar Wild

    Your Honor, the following has been added on record. Please excuse my associates response, and allow this for the record. It has now been 25 days since my clients last arrest.
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