You will have to describe in some detail what court proceedings you were involved with and what the outcome was before any of us can answer your question.
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There is no way to answer that question because you have given no details to allow anyone to analyze your specific issue.
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Buy the judge so you become the winner not the victim! LOL
If you can't buy the judge, go directly to jail, do not pass GO, do not collect $200.
On a more serious note, you should see an honest attorney who knows whether the court is really corrupt and whether anything can be done.
Long term, you need to work with the corrupt legislature and corrupt executive branch to try to enact legislation to correct the corrupt court system.
If that doesn't work, revolt or move.
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