I am not sure what you mean by the "judge agreed." Does that mean the judge awarded you damages or forgave your debt. Otherwise, if you filed a complaint and it was dismissed "with prejudice," that means you may not file your complaint again. If your complaint had been dismissed "without prejudice," you would have been free to re-file a complaint again.
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It sound like the action related or against you is over.
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Supplementary Process is a collection action; it doesn't deal with the amount you owe, only the amount you can and must pay on an outstanding judgment. It is hard to understand what the judge meant when he dismissed it "with prejudice".
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