Bland Richter is pleased to announce that it has filed the Satterfields’ Memorandum in Opposition and Motion for Sanctions to Alex Murdaugh’s Motion to be relieved from his judgment he gave to the Satterfields in the amount of 4.3 million dollars in May of 2022. In his Motion, Murdaugh advanced what he alleges are “novel” legal theories (we say they are non-sensical) as to why he should be allowed to dishonor the $4.3 Million judgment he confessed to the Satterfields for having stolen the money they were to receive from the death of their mother from both Lloyds of London and Nautilus Insurance Companies. The attached Memorandum in Opposition takes down the house of Murdaugh brick by brick, exposing that he tried to play the public and the courts by trafficking more half-truths and misrepresentations to the Court. The Memorandum speaks for itself and we look forward to a future hearing on the merits of the issues raised.
Eric S. Bland and Ronald L. Richter, Attorneys for Tony Satterfield, Brian Harriott and the Estate of Gloria Satterfield, the Plyler sisters and several other victims of Alex Murdaugh.