Blackfive reports that he may well have. In any case, as Blackfive tells it, the lawyer Grodner appears to have both chutzpah and an annoying attitude towards us military types. And what’s with this?
After sending the car to the body shop, it was determined there is $2400 in damage, making this a felony. Mike [the Marine whose car was damaged] went to court Friday morning to collect the damages against Mr. Grodner and file felony charges. Though the damages are over $300 (the amount which determines felony or misdemeanor) Grodner offered Mike to pay his deductible, $100, and have Mike’s insurance pay for it.
The lawyer wants the insurance company to pay for what happened?
Moral to the story: Don’t key a Marine’s car.
Update: The hearing’s complete. Blackfive has an update which matches a FReeper’s account of the hearing; as these guys put it, Grodner didn’t show up until after a bench warrant was put out for him (but before the warrant was executed) and the case will continue without the Marine having to miss his deployment. The case will have its day in court.
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