When I lived in PA, I received a summons to go to court. According to the summons, my son had beat up another student and broke his glasses. I knew nothing about it.
I go to court, the judge called Whitesell, they write the summonses, and was told that no incident was reported on that day for my son or the alleged victim.
The judge then informed me that I was still responsible for paying for the broken glasses even though there was no proof of the incident.
I filed an appeal, and never heard anything about it again. When I sold my house in PA, there was a lien for payment of the glasses.
Shouldn't the case have been thrown out since there wasn't anything on record? No proof of the incident whatsoever!
Answer by JLynn0871 at 7:51 PM on Jan. 22, 2009
Answer by sondray at 9:11 PM on Jan. 22, 2009