One of the things that I have noticed which is similar between Probate and the ARDC is that certain motions which are complete losers in every other court, appear to be stellar rubber stamp winners at the ARDC and the 18th floor. The similarities always continue to amaze me.
So, up for appeal today are the following documents:
First I need a Motion to Join in the Appeal. Fortunately we were able to find a case that an attorney who worked on the case can file as an interested party:
Next, I needed an extension of time for filing a bit late. However, the underlying matter is jurisdiction and that can be appealed at any time, so an extension of time should not present a problem.
Third is the Petition to Appeal my (wrongful, bogus) Disqualification which GAL Adam Stern said I might be a witness (yes, when monkeys fly again)
Fourth is the Appeal on the basis of Lack of Jurisdiction–no service upon Mary and no Sodini notice to the two elderly sisters of Mary
And finally, one of the things not on the (confused, disorganized) list of pleadings for status call with my ARDC telephone conference yesterday were two items 1) the copyright infringement cease and desist letter I wrote the ARDC and 2) my appeal of my SCOI petition to the US Supremes.
They never seem to be interested with the things that might be a challenge for them. I think KDD told me at one time LB said she was going to respond to my copyright infringement cease and desist letter to the ARDC for taking 16 paragraphs of my blog and putting them (unnecessarily) on their website and in a false light (as if I did something wrong, which I did not–reporting on corruption in the style, manner and creative method I choose is clearly my constitutional right). So far no response. But the Chair did promise by the next status teleconference (May 7, 2013 at 2:30 pm) he would “get to that.” I also replied that I intended to file suit for copyright infringement by then, but he did not seem interested. Oh well, his choice.
So here is my Petition for Admission to the US Supreme Court:
I assume someone is admitted to the US Supreme Court at the ARDC and will be handling the other end of things. It will be interesting to see if they also have to apply like I had to.