Plaintiff, through their counsel, made a serious allegation against me in a Circuit Court Complaint. Then during discovery they submitted their evidence to me, but their own evidence shows that their allegation is false (it's not an indirect or suggestive proof, but a CONCRETE/ direct proof that they are lying).
Does this mean that Plaintiff and their counsel is lying to the court since their own exhibits disprove their own allegation?
Neither a party nor a lawyer may file any pleading that is not well-grounded in fact or warranted by existing law. I suspect that the lawyer and you may have a difference of opinion regarding the absolute and apparent falsity of the allegation. You should contact a lawyer to assist you.
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