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The reason I ask some questions that I could ask the clerks of the court, but some clerks I ran into before, either are providing wrong information and laugh about them behind my back, and or unkind to me and say no answers at all. So I have asked you the question #4. Although I am going to make trip to the Courthouse later today about the appeal.
Page 1 of the link you provided, on the top above the horizons lines and vertical line, “No. 4—4-0001”. Q1) Does this numbers applicable to my appeal as well? If so, please explain what they mean?Page 1 of the link you provided, on the 1st right section from the vertical line. Thank you for your answer #4 that the Daily Plaza Courthouse is the FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Q2) Then, what number is ***** the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT?
On the hearing April 9, 2015, Judge-P said that I didn’t provided her the affidavits of the evidences. Q3) Does she meant me to provide her with them once my case is returned back to the Municipal Court, or have them ready for the appeal?
If any of the deposition should not be ready by filing appeal day, Q4) could I make note somewhere that they will be ready certain dates? I didn’t see the answer to my question #7. Meanwhile, I have figured out the APPENDIX mistakes I think. “Complaint, filed April 2, 2003” is starting on page-3 and therefore it should be addressed as APPENDIX-3; and “Summary Judgement Order filed January 12, 200” also starts on page-3 and therefore, it also should have addressed as APPENDIX-3. Q5) Am I right?
Judge-E set the course straight on the September 22, 2014 hearing, where my case stands in the Court because the disability statutes I cited are tolled, against defendant’s attorney-L’s continually forcing Court that my case has no room to stand because the personal injury statues 2 years has ran out.
At the hearing in the winter 2014, our case was listed at the neighboring courtroom wall under Judge-G. All of us had discussed the continuance call because there were too many cases to be heard combined with Judge-G and Judge-E, and to schedule next hearing under Judge-E’ schedule. I mentioned to them that it’s okay with the continuance call because I was going to inform them that it had to be continuance call as well because my guardianship case was pending.
Moreover that, before the Judge-G sat on the stead, her clerk announced that all cases are to be cattle call continuance as well. That day, the 2 defendants (attorneys) who are in defaults showed up to court 1st time because one of the Judge-E’s order was that he will review their defaults.
While, there was an issue that they wanted copies of my medical condition my doctors wrote and stated. I told them that I brought it for Judge-E which according to his verbal order, and because it contains private information. They seemed understood well at that time, but soon after that, all three attorneys took turns asking for it, and they’ve gotten intensely nervous having it in their hands.
Once our case was called, all 8 of us stood before Judge-G, they presented and argue to allow the 2 defendants in defaults to be adopted and added, and obligated Judge-G to rule on their favor. Judge-G warned them that she will not rule on the case she has no knowledge of. Then, while attorney-H was writing Judge-G’s order inside the courtroom, all of the 3 defendants’ attorneys took turns harassing me for it, and I told them they disturbed others to come out to the hallway.
She shouted from a distant bench, that if I didn’t release my medical condition letter/statement, she will put down on the Judge-G’s order that I refused to release it to them. I told her to take her choice in putting down her anguish as the Judge’s order. This kind of defendants’ attorneys’ outbursts went on over 30 minutes.
Then, they decided to have Judge to rule on it. Then, 6 of them scram back into the courtroom. Several minutes later, all of them sticking a portions of their bodies, gestured me to come inside the courtroom.
All 8 of us stood before Judge-G again, they argued the same things to rule on their favor, and the law sections they cited didn’t sounded like the right ones to apply. They caused Judge-G very nervous and week, and Judge gave in to them. Judge-G allowed 2 defendants to be adopted and added, and me to send them copies of my medical condition before the next hearing.
April 9th, after Judge-P said one of the reasons she was dismissing my case is because I didn’t provided her any affidavit of the evidences, I located the Medicare Court’s decision that I am full disabled. Q6) Does it not enough evidence by itself without the affidavit? Q6-1) How is it that the signed doctors’ letters and statements of my medical condition not enough with Judge-P, and said that one of the reasons she was dismissing my case were that I didn’t have affidavits of them; verses it is what the Judge-E ordered?
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