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Court Update: Petition for Review on TRO & PI and more…

image So…  more updates.  Real quick cause work:

Denied – My motion #76 (Judge Budd, reconsider).  No surprise there, so filing petition for review (or a complete package with bookmarks and appendixes).

Denied – My petition for review (2013-J-0355) of Curran’s refusal to sanction Fitzpatrick and of stopping the judicial process due to my being an indigent.

On Judge Budd:

Backstory: about a year into the freeze-out, I found out that Beth Hovey, our head of editorial at the time, was leaving the company.  Now a lot can break, but how bad must things be in order for a head of editorial to leave one of the most exciting developments in scientific publication?!  So I decided to take a very carefully calculated step of changing Moshe’s password on his email account and demanding that we speak.

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Appeals Process Explanation

imageToday I had the appeals process demystified.  Originally, I was working off a rather confusing blog post from the Law Library.  I got through the first step, but just spoke with a clerk at the Supreme Judicial Court for the County of Suffolk and he has shed some light on the mess.  I documented what I learned on Wiki-Law: Appeals.  But, the gist of it is this – you have five courts:

  1. Lower Court
  2. Appeals Court
  3. Supreme Judicial Court
  4. US District Court
  5. US Supreme Court

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