Attorneys beware. If you are handed a case with Eric Noveshen pretending to be opposing counsel (really a pro se wanna-be with no college degree), be on your toes. He will resort to any underhanded tactic to gain the upper hand in litigation.
Noveshen has to play dirty because truth is not on his side so he dirties the water. One of his often used tactics, a simple one to master, you file documents with the court and don’t send them to the opposing party for a chance to respond or act.
Noveshen uses this dirty trick in many cases and it has worked in several courts. In August 2012, he beat out a respected attorney at the Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal by not sending him documents he filed. Then in another case Noveshen even bragged about his “win,” being granted the Writ of Certiorari from the 4thDCA in in 2012. Noveshen claimed he “correctly argued (pro se) and was granted a Writ of Certiorari from the Fourth District Court of Appeal which has one of the highest thresholds to prove at an appellate court.”
However, as the opposing attorney from the case, Barry Franklin, points out in a letter to Noveshen dated 14 days after the 4thDCA document, “You have done this in the past so I guess I should not be surprised that we never received a copy of your Objection and Motion for a Protective Order.”