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Is there any language or passages in the Texas Constitution against O/o/J. If so where?
I’m focusing on my federal civil complaints for obstruction of justice solely by briefly stating that due to the O/o/J activity it resulted in an erroneous ruling and a favorable outcome for the defendant’s .Since the O/o/J activity took place during proceeding by the defendant’s with both their counselors knowledge and involvement then the underlying case will be preserved..
Jurisdiction is proper in this Court because the complaints took place during court proceeding in Dallas County, Texas. The amount in controversy is secondary in scope to the main complaint of Tex P. C. § 37.09. The court has jurisdiction over Defendants because these defendants conduct business in the State of Texas and cause of action arises out of defendant’ acts and omissions in the State of Texas.
This cause of action has its head buried in a civil lawsuit Cause No. xx-xxxxx conducted in The XYZ District Court of Dallas County, Texas. During court proceeding in the underlying case violation of TEX. P. C. § 37.09 (a)(1)(2) and 18 U.S.C. § 1512 (c)(2) took place.
So as asked, the underlying case is preserved??
Local Rule 83.10 (a) requires the appearance of local counsel where counsel of record for a party does not reside in this district. Accordingly, the Defendant’s should file the entry of appearance of local counsel satisfying the requirements of Local Rule 83.10 (a). Failure to do so would subject the Defendant’s to the entry of default judgment. Pursuant to Local Rule 83.10 (a) Defendant’s XXXXXXXXXX Motion to Dismiss Pursuant to Fid. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(6) should be denied.
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