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Complaint Review: Jim Nolletti
Jim Nollettiwhite plains, New York USA
Jim Nolletti money stealing rapist crooked slime bribing corrupt judges white plains New York
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this slimeball lies to judges uses his slime assistance to mislead cases by filing bogus false allegations screws his female workers in his 1 Lex Av offices has affairs with clients by false promisses of winning cases steals cients money by inflating his statements for work he NEVER did hundreds of thousands dollars statements in first month of doing no work then uses his freindship with crooked corrupt judges in White Plains corrupt Courts to buy their ruling knowing the proof in cases show otherwise but for right price these parasites take the $$$$ and rule in favor of real criminals like them selfs. Judge Garson is one of these crooks who been jailed for taking bribes jailing this low life Nolletti is too good he needs to be hanging of a gallo for his crooked dealings destroying familys for his own gain James Nolletti a real ginni pasta roach that has no right to live.
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