Where you harassing him or overly intrusive?
NO! He did this in retribution because I used the email record earlier as evidence when he refused to respond to my emailed request that he provide me with the names of potential state’s witnesses.
The trial judge sanctioned him. He’s doing the same thing again. Remember, I told you that I asked him (actually emailed him) a question: Can he & I can agree that certain actions occurred during pre-trial? Blocking my email is obviously his way of saying “NO.” Did he ever Unblock you after the first block that he got sanctioned for?
I think I figured out the disconnect regarding “statement of fact.”
I interpret this phrase, as it’s used by you and other experts to mean: “Appellant’s statement of fact, regarding the alleged event in question.” I think they mean this is the one you use in YOUR brief...
Whereas, when the trial court used the phrase: I think it meant: “Appellant & Prosecutor’s joint statement of fact, about what occurred at trial because no other trial record exist.” But since a trial record does exist, this would be moot, no?
Make sense? Yep :)
But again, even if there weren't a trial record, if the 2 sides simply don't agree on stipulated facts (and procedural ones are hard to dispute), they can hardly prohibit you from appealing based on that. It is ludicrous! That would mean no defendent can appeal, because they could be prevented from doing so by mere inaction of the state.