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For example, neither a nonparty witness nor a trial judge should be left remediless where an attorney repeatedly and intentionally badgered, insulted, threatened, and otherwise abused a witness during a deposition simply because the parties settled.
They hoped a responsible state government controlled by locally elected citizens would bring an end to the despised territorial system, which caused "lasting and remediless injury to the institutions and future of the commonwealth.
113) Justice Stevens thought that the concept of sovereign immunity and that "citizens should be remediless in the face of its abuses" was more "a relic of medieval thought than anything else.
If one can escape the other may also and plaintiff is remediless.