Bradley v. Trespalacios

Third DCA

Bradley v. Trespalacios—(Per Curiam Emas, Scales & Lobree; 3DCA; 1/18/23). This short opinion affirmed a trial court’s decision to dismiss a second amended complaint with prejudice and disallow a third amended complaint, noting that while there is “no magic number” of amendments allowed, amendments beyond the third attempt can generally be dismissed with prejudice, especially where there is support for the notion that another attempt would be futile. 102113_i.pdf

Terry P. Roberts
Director of Appellate Practice Fischer Redavid PLLC
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