Bank Levy Dispute / Negligent of justice
This writing is to file a formal complaint to Judge Alexander P. Waugh, Jr. the Judge of the Superior Court in Middlesex County, NJ.
This case is regarding an auto title dispute for a 96 Honda Odyssey trade-in car between me (the defendant, the owner of the 96 Honda Odyssey) and McCafferty Ford Sales Inc at Bucks County, PA (the plaintiff). The case was initially filed to the Superior Court of PA at Bucks County in July of 2003, and was closed in 2004. The case was again filed by the plaintiff to the Superior Court of NJ in Middlesex County in 2005. Judge Alexander P. Waugh, Jr. was assigned to handle this case. Through the process in handling this case, Judge Alexander P. Waugh has demonstrated negligence and unfairness based on the facts listed below.
1. When the case was initially filed in the Superior Court of NJ by the plaintiff, the plaintiff failed to send a copy of their filing to the defendant required by the court rule. The shipping number for the mail they are supposed to send to the defendant is required to be written down in one form of the plaintiff’s filing. But, Judge Waugh never raised a question to the plaintiff regard this matter even he did know that this will cost the defendant to lose valuable time to response.
2. Judge Waugh ordered the judgment in favor of the plaintiff ignoring the fact that the defendant did not even know there was such a case against him.
3. I filed a motion to reject Judge Waugh’s order when I finally received a copy of his order from the plaintiff. Because of the facts listed in my motion, Judge Waugh made an order to return the case back to the Superior Court of PA.
4. In responding to Judge Waugh’s this order, I immediately filed a motion to the Superior Court of PA at Bucks County and also sent a copy to the plaintiff. But at the mean time, the plaintiff filed another motion to the Superior Court of NJ ignoring that this case was going in the Superior Court of PA at the time. The plaintiff again failed to follow the court rule to send me a copy for their filing. But Judge Waugh’s made an order in favor of the plaintiff by simply ignoring that the case has been rejected to the Superior Court of PA by himself.
5. I filed another motion to reject Judge Waugh’s order after I finally received a copy of the order again only from the plaintiff. In this motion, I attached all the documents I filed to the Superior Court of PA, certainly including the case number issued by the Superior Court of PA.
6. But, Judge Waugh denied my motion with a simple explanation that I failed to demonstrate that I have filed the case in PA Superior Court. It is certainly unfair and a total negligence to make such an order considering that I have attached all my filing documents to the PA Superior Court including the case number issued by the Superior Court of PA.
7. Even that Judge Waugh does not take the case number issued by the Superior Court of PA as a legally valid number; he should at least request me to provide further documents to prove it. He should not make a judgment based on personal assumption rather than the fact.
8. I am now end up in a situation that for the same matter, I have one case still waiting for judgment in the Superior Court of PA and one case was ordered by Judge Waugh in the Superior Court of NJ in favor of the plaintiff. I can hardly imagine how should I response an order from the Superior Court of PA which will come someday.
Because of Judge Waugh’s negligence in handling this case, I failed to receive the fairness and justice that I am support to receive by the US constitution. I was also seriously damaged financially as a consumer against one of the largest auto retailer in PA. The worst is that I am now in a very awkward situation wondering how to response to the coming order from the Superior Court of PA.