Dismissal of Claims – Burkitt

December 2016

Burkitt v. Fetzer and Roase, Civil Action 16CV73, Douglas County District Court. Plaintiff filed civil claims and amended claims including fraud, false representations, conversion of funds, civil theft and civil conspiracy as a result of financial actions that led to a six year incarceration sentence for Mr. Fetzer in separate criminal case 12CR526. Karen Wheeler and Jami Maul filed a motion to dismiss the claims against Mr. Fetzer’s mother, defendant Roase. The court agreed and dismissed all claims against Ms. Roase.

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