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Defendant - a financial institution - is being sued for fraud in the foreclosure process (I lost my home) . Judge overruled Defendant's Demurrer, and sustained the basis for my allegations on almost every item that I alleged - i.e. fraud, negligence, and declaratory relief.
My hearing is in one week. What should I expect at that hearing, from the Judge and/or Defendant? Are there any special thing (or things) that I should ask for, or prepare for, re: the upcoming hearing? Are there any procedural tricks that the Defendant could use to frustrate my requests for substantial discovery - or even to continue the case - as the financial institution's wrongdoings are recorded in their voice archives, and via paper trails that only they control, and have access to?