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On Filing an Appeal. Why is Our Judicial System Not Electronic? Must Court Employees Identify Themselves?

image So, I’ve already blogged about how I almost got thrown in jail for effectively attempting to get an explanation.  Now am preparing an appeal.  Again, confusing.  Should have really appealed the initial ruling, but kept hoping to see our justice system in action…  so am doing this with more motions in the process…  Still, it’s good for me to learn how this process works.  Knowledge-dump on appeals here.

Observation: from what I see and hear – everyone seems to know everyone in lower courts resulting in all sorts of politics, “favors”, and bad judgments.  Hard to explain Judge Curran’s and Judge Budd’s judgments otherwise.  That said, I heard that things get better as one moves up the appeals process…

However, it seems that public accountability is a pretty important element, which brings me to the next question: Continue reading

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