Can I have have ask a judge to reconsider a case dismissed with prejudice.
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There is at least one step missing here: from the withdrawal of counsel to the dismissal with prejudice. That is what happened that the judge decided to dismiss with prejudice? The withdrawal of the lawyer would not have triggered that. Without knowing what happened no lawyer here can give you any direction.
Once a case is dismissed "with prejudice," it cannot be brought up again.
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I am sorry to hear about that. Once a case is dismissed with prejudice, that means that case or those facts cannot be used to sue again.
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