Not The Most Compelling Argument To Make On Appeal

The headnote from a tenant’s appeal of an eviction action in Van Velsor Group, LLC v. Anderson:

With the relationship between the courts and the plaintiff, there’s no surprise that the case was mishandled and reviewed with bias and unfairness.

The Appellate Division rejected this argument, affirmed the trial court’s decision, and held that there was no evidence of bias. I guess this means I should stop including a “come on its obvious the court and the plaintiff were in cahoots" argument in all of my appellate briefs.

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