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And Judge Jane Bland, 281st District Court, Harris County, recently attached a note to the case file identifying the case as eligible for dismissal "for want of prosecution," since Cuyler was apparently late to answer Seymour's lawyer's latest demand for something, though everything she's got is already packed into a manila folder in the court clerk's office. There's a deadline of July 2. Cuyler has been trying to get a lawyer, but the unpromising reception of Grandich's case seems to put them off. She will certainly fax an answer herself. It will go in the file. And one way or another, she will probably never see her stuff again.

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Brad Tyer