Saturday, March 25, 2017

les miserables, with special guest appearances from heinous Judge Judith Eloise Haney, of Leeds, Alabama, ICE and President Rump, and Uber and Lyft,



After reading yesterday's post at this website, a friend said I should keep putting at the bottom of my posts the endless docket sheet in the lawsuit filed against me by Heinous Judge Judith Eloise Haney, of Leeds, Alabama. Judge Heinous is doing much the same to Naja Girard, Editor and Co-Publisher of popular Key West the Newspaper (thebluepaper.com), local columnist and citizen activist Rick Boettger, and the editor/publisher of bigpinekey.com's popular Coconut Telegraph public forum. Stemming from their relationship to me. Judge Heinous also is suing the city attorney of Leeds for talking with me about her, and Judge Heinous is suing her across the street neighbor for talking with me about her. Judge Heinous is suing that neighbor for something else, as well. And she is suing several other people in Leeds. All the while claiming she is at death's door, too old, sick and harassed by me to be required by the Court to attend court hearings in Key West, where she sued me. The various state court judges presiding over Judge Heinous' many vexatious lawsuits have to be wishing she had never been born. I just have to cry many rivers and oceans for Judge Heinous. May all of her bad deeds be adjudicated in ways that cause her to know that is why it is happening. 



Moving laterally in les miserables ...



A recent blue paper article, under which I commented this morning.



Photo: ICE.gov
Commentary by Arnaud and Naja Girard…….
The Blue Paper obtained ICE’s response to questions about the recent summary deportation of Key West workers holding valid work permit.


When Jean Dervil said good-bye to his wife Nephtalie before driving to Miami he had no idea he was about to enter a labyrinth; one that might actually have no exit. He was just going for a brief stop at the immigration office in Miramar. He had his 2017-2018 work permit in his pocket. This was just his yearly routine visit and he would then buy a gift for Nephtalie’s birthday, which fell the next day, and head back home to Key West.
The story of how Mr. Dervil was arrested on the spot by ICE officers as he walked in for the interview and how he was deported to Haiti in shackles left local legal and illegal Key West residents scrambling for answers.
The Blue Paper wrote to Immigration and Customs Enforcement [ICE], to ask why a man with no criminal record, married to an American citizen, had been deported in this manner, when he’d just been granted a renewal of his work permit.
This is the response we obtained from ICE this week.
On January 25, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order setting out deportation policies entitled, “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States.” It targets mostly criminal aliens but also those who are “subject to a final order of removal, but who have not complied with their legal obligation to depart the United States.”
How could that define Mr. Dervil, we asked. Obviously, once he was granted the right to work in this country, he was given a clear message that he was under no current “obligation” to leave. ICE however has a different understanding of the President’s order. This week ICE’s Public Affairs Officer, Nestor Yglesias, responded to the Blue Paper, stating that even though Mr. Dervil had been granted a work permit, valid till 2018, he was still under the “legal obligation” to leave the country.
We asked whether it was now ICE’s policy that every person allowed temporary entry under an “Order of Supervision” and granted a work authorization permit should leave immediately or face summary deportation. The answer is yes.
But what happened to the promise of going after the “dangerous criminal aliens” and to “working with” the good hard working ones? This is the answer frequently offered: ICE has inadequate enforcement resources, only about 6000 agents for the entire country. President Trump did put a priority on deporting criminals. To make it easier, he loosened the definition of criminal aliens to the extreme (one need not have been convicted or even charged with a crime, but simply “have committed acts that constitute a chargeable criminal offense.”) President Trump signed the order and we all sat back waiting for results as ICE went about rounding up thousands of “dangerous criminals.”
But here’s the rub: When you only have 6000 agents it is hard to build up impressive numbers of deportations of real criminals. Real criminals know how to hide, they are dangerous, often armed and they shoot back. So, it’s a lot easier to go after the soft targets, like docile honest people who go to work every day. And that’s where Mr. Dervil and his brethren come in. They walk right into the office, ready to be packaged for ICE’s thundering enforcement for the protection of good Americans against dangerous aliens, or so the numbers would have us believe.
According to local immigration attorney, Wayne Dapser, as many as 1000 Haitian workers in the Keys share the same status as Jean Dervil. We tried to contact Dervil several times in Haiti but finally his family told us, “He cannot talk.”  “Why can’t he talk to us?” we asked. “You don’t understand. It’s not that he doesn’t want to. He cannot talk … only cry.”
We are told Dervil will not be able to find a job in Haiti. He used to send money to his family there. Now he has none.
Is this deportation, without notice, really the only way to enforce immigration laws?   For instance, why couldn’t aliens, who have worked honestly here in the states, be given a year’s firm notice? With no expectation of a reprieve, aliens could try to save  as much money as possible, sell their car, buy a little house in Haiti, maybe find a business partner in the U.S. among the employers who have come to trust them, start a little business back in their homeland…
It’s impossible to believe that this great country of ours cannot find a more flexible and less unpredictable way to address the state of misery and distress facing our immediate neighbors.


Arnaud and Naja Girard, owners and editors of the new, digital, Key West the Newspaper (The Blue Paper) previously reported for the former Key West The Newspaper, Key West’s longest running independent weekly, published by Dennis Reeves Cooper, Ph.D., from January 1994 until November 2012. The Girards are perhaps best known for their discovery of and extensive research surrounding the US Navy’s 1951 claim of ownership of Wisteria Island but are also responsible for top investigative stories including breaking news coverage of the highly controversial in-custody-death of Charles Eimers on Thanksgiving Day 2013, the catastrophic police tasing of Matthew Shawn Murphy, and the property tax scandal involving Balfour Beatty to name a few. Arnaud and Naja have lived in Key West since 1986.

 Responses to “ICE : Haitians with Valid Work Permits Must Leave the U.S.”





  1. At last, a definitive description of the policies and rationale that went into this infamous “immigration deportation”.

    ICE’s responses to your questions, are not in agreement with statements made by President Trump and his surrogates. Then again, their wording has always been vague and ambiguous. However, throughout the campaign it was clearly emphasized and hammered away at that “immigration deportations” would initially involve rounding up only “violent and dangerous immigrants”. Such was not the case in this instance.

    I recall during the campaign and its political rhetoric, a clear and succinct statement laying out the specific details and policies that would be enforced under President Trump’s “revised enforcement standards”; NEVER arouse, Nor came to light.

    I believe most citizens felt that the humanitarian and constitutional constructs upon which our nation was birthed, would prevail in developing and implementing any new approach towards our immigration law and policies.

    The trauma and suffering experienced by this man and his family, are troubling and heart wrenching.

    Just arrived home from our Theatrical Production in Miami (5:25 AM). Hope to expand upon this comment…

    Naja & Arnaud: Great work. Extraordinary article. Magnificent edition. Superb editing. Brilliant journalism. Thank you…




  2. I must say…a truly admirable piece of FINE journalism, Dear Editor! Your efforts to expose the developing scandal that is part of our current political landscape is bone-chilling, to say the least! And…you have authoritatively backed it up with thorough documentation, interspersed with in-depth perception…on all fronts. In sum, we can no longer turn the other cheek when confronted by the lies of the Trump administration. If we don’t wake up…and soon, we’re all slated for treatment comparable to that currently being suffered  by the subjects of your thorough investigation: The only outstanding question is when…

    FWIW, I just read an article describing a new order that was just issued by our phantom Secretary of State to ALL of our Embassies. The gist of that memo requires a “hardening” (or “extreme vetting”) for ALL required travel document applications to the U.S. — for ANY purpose; from ANY country! This includes ALL classes of traveler, from tourist, student, worker, business purpose…to immigration, refugee (or humanitarian) status…whatever. I’ll leave it to your imagination as to what the consequences will turn out to be, once the “worker bees” in the bureaucracy get hold of this doozy! Those in the tourism, education and research & technology fields will be among the first to feel the effects…and they won’t be pretty. How soon before “they” come for “us”?

    Thank you both very much for your very valuable insights -and- high degree of professionalism in this matter! Your work richly deserves national/international exposure…

    Dickford


  3. Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    My heart is wrenched by the deported Haitian man’s ordeal.

    I know what Donald Trump’s position probably is, but I wonder what are ICE and Sheriff Ramsay’s stances on white East Europeans, especially white Eastern European women, who are not US citizens?

    I wonder how Pritam Singh (Key West hotel developer mogul) and Mark Rossi (former Key West City Commissioner who owns strip joints in Key West) might be affected by ICE and Sheriff Ramsay treating white East Europeans like they treat blacks and browns?

    Should Pritam’s and Rossi’s illegals be deported? Shouldn’t all illegals be deported?

    I see that as entirely different from immigration.

    Personally, I agree with Trump about cracking down on immigration. I agree because of America’s war with Islam, or, if you wish, Islam’s war with America, which America and it’s allies started, is how I see it.

    America has heaps of internal problems, which the run up to Trump being elected laid raw and naked. America has a war addiction, too. Well, it’s big business, war, so it’s okay.

    Anyway, there really is no way to reliably flesh out sleeper jihadists. France and the rest of Europe, Great Britain, Africa, Middle Eastern, India, Indonesia and, yes, America, have proven that.

    Just watch what’s going on in France.

    I imagine Russia is terrified of Islam, given how many Islamic-dominated countries line the southern border of Russia. No ocean separates Russia from those countries.

    I no longer see it as America’s role to be a sanctuary for people living in dangerous or impoverished conditions elsewhere. Not because I worry about my own safety, hell, I’d be happy to check out of here today. However, I have children and grand children, who have rough times to look forward to even without the threat of being blown up in a shopping mall, or at a parade. So, yeah, I think it’s time for America to tighten it’s immigration a lot. I’d start with Saudi Arabians and branch out from there, since that’s where radical Islam gets lots of its funding.

    In America, I’m pretty sure state and federal prisons are incubators for radical jihadists. President Trump needs to deal with that as well. Perhaps he starts by issuing edicts for federal law enforcement officers to stop arresting blacks and browns for offenses whites don’t tend to get arrested for; and he lobbies federal courts to stop putting so many browns and blacks in prison.

    In fact, as a first step of leadership, Trump ends America at war and brings the troops home to defend Americans from Americans and foreign terrorists in the upcoming time of troubles.

    Then, Trump turns himself into the US Attorney general, for consorting with the enemy, Russia, and for stealing an awful lot of American poor working stiffs' hard-earned money, when he welched on his subcontractors.

Here's a let's bring Uber/Lyft to Key West Facebook thread launched by a friend of mine yesterday, into which he invited me to participate. I got into it late in the discussion.
I just took a Lyft to lunch here in Key West!!!
Wonderful local woman who had driven a cab here for 10 years.

Comment
Owen Killian

Owen Killian Yes!!! Finally.

Jeffrey Smead

Jeffrey Smead But how do you get back if they can't pick up in KW? Or can they?
Todd German
Todd German They picked me up from my office.

Jeffrey Smead
Jeffrey Smead Is your office in the lower keys, or KW city?

Jimmy Olson
Jimmy Olson Jeffrey Smead - that's all within key west! yeehaw!

Tim Rabior

Tim Rabior Whaaat?
Michael Shields

Michael Shields I await the word on just how they are now operating in KW, as Uber has been prohibited.
Todd German
Todd German My guess is it will be shut down quickly which is why I did it. I just hope they fight!

Jenn Stefanacci
Jenn Stefanacci Yayyyyy

Stephen Aube
Stephen Aube Todd German , I hope that KW gets with the times

Jayesh Mani

Jayesh Mani Yes!
Shari Smith Murphy

Shari Smith Murphy How much did it cost?
Jimmy Olson


Jimmy Olson IS IT AN APP?
Wayne Coulter
Wayne Coulter Yes. It's an app. LYFT. I use them when I travel
Owen Killian


Owen Killian According to the app, they are not available in the Lower Keys yet. Where were you picked up?
Todd German
Todd German Old Town

Owen Killian
Owen Killian Wow. Great.


Philip Weickert
Philip Weickert Uber has continued to operate in unincorporated Monroe County after they were banned in the City of Key West. 


Lyft announced today that they are operating IN Key West. This is 100% illegal.
Audrey Samz


Audrey Samz Funny I tried it 6 times last night no response. It's the only app I use when not here.
Todd German
Todd German Driver told me she just started today

Audrey Samz
Audrey Samz You must have been her "first" lol

Todd German
Todd German Fourth actually
Robert Cintron


Robert Cintron hmmm conspiracy to violate city ordinance? Mug shot soon come.

Todd German
Todd German Good thing I have a great attorney Robert! 🙄

Robert Cintron
Robert Cintron what is her name?

Todd German
Todd German I'm no rat.

Robert CintronRobert Cintron no, the attorney!



Claire Dolan

Claire Dolan Lyft is hands down my favourite. Drivers are more personable than Uber, and usually vetted better by the company.
Daniel Kolbe


Daniel Kolbe I saw the car yesterday and was like What?
Audrey Samz


Audrey Samz One car? That explains why I'm still driving everywhere 😏


Todd German
Todd German This was her first day so there must be more than one.


Audrey Samz
Audrey Samz I'll keep you posted...I'll try it again tonite
Nick Doll


Nick Doll Damn. I guess it's on.
Todd German
Todd German I certainly hope so. In my opinion everyone who supports bringing UBER and Lyft to Key West need to make their voices heard.


Jimmy Olson

Jimmy Olson UBER LYFT C'MON FOLKS! LET'S GET THIS DONE!!!!
Mark Hedden


Mark Hedden Why should large corporations have to obey local laws?


Todd German
Todd German Maybe the local laws need to be changed to reflect current technology.
Mark Hedden
Mark Hedden Maybe they should be changed before they are broken. Rule of law and all that.


Todd German
Todd German I can think of a number of laws which outlived their usefulness. There are countless examples throughout history of the populace forcing change when government was unresponsive.


Mark Hedden
Mark Hedden But corporations should just be allowed to break local laws if they don't like them. Because they can financially outgun a small government. And because there is a profit to be made.


Todd German
Todd German Profit, interesting point, and I suspect the main reason Key West remains so far behind virtually every other destination.


Mark Hedden

Mark Hedden What's the difference between this and Air BNB coming in and renting out the house next to you to Spring Breakers?


Todd German
Todd German Apples and Oranges


Mark Hedden
Mark Hedden Not legally. It's an out of town company breaking local laws because they are inconvenient. It's just that you like one and you don't like the other. So much for local governance.


Todd German

Todd German Please don't get personal or tell me what I like or don't like.


The two services are very different and need to be treated separately.


Mark Hedden
Mark Hedden I believe you are the one who enthused about Lyft. I kind of believe we Key Westers have the right to govern our city. I can only infer (from your comments) that you don't. I wouldn't call that personal.


Todd German
Todd German Let's just see how it all plays out.


Philip Weickert
Philip Weickert The FACT is that our City Government has ALREADY ruled AGAINST Uber being allowed to operate here (at least for now). Lyft is the SAME thing, and is flagrantly violating the law.
Audrey Samz
Audrey Samz Just tried to get one. No deal


Jim Young
Jim Young Cause he was busy
Audrey Samz
Audrey Samz He was busy getting caught?
Leigha Fox


Leigha Fox You and Rob O
Owen Killian


Owen Killian The Florida legislature is close to approving statewide regulations allowing ride sharing. If they don't bring something forward soon Mayor Cates says he will bring the issue back to the City Commission. It will be legal here soon, one way or another.


Adam Royse


Adam Royse Careful you will be on the front page soon.
Todd GermanTodd German You mean like tomorrow?                             
Steve BurressSteve Burress Lyft is incredible. In use it often just relocated headquarters to Nashville in the past year. Great people to work with from a business perspective also.
Sloan Bashinsky


Sloan Bashinsky I received this the other day and the fellow put into an email to the city clerk to be read hopefully at Tuesday night's city commission meeting, as part of closing citizen comments. But they don't do that any more, I was told at the commission meeting, but it was forwarded to the mayor and commissioners 



SAT 2:09PM

Kenneth Klauss
Kenneth
Do you know which of our Commissioners opposed having Uber operate in Key West?
Kenneth Klauss
Kenneth
I'm asking because I had a really bad experience with Five 6's yesterday afternoon. I rode the bus to my doctor's appointment yesterday at Dr. Catana's office on Roosevelt Boulevard. When I got out I saw that I would have a nearly 90 minute wait for the next "green" bus. I called Five 6's for a taxi to take me home. After waiting over 30 minutes I called again and was told a taxi would be there in a few minutes. Another 20+ minutes went by and still no taxi. I called again and was told it would be just a few more minutes.
Kenneth Klauss
Kenneth
At the 80 minute mark I looked at my watch and knew the bus would arrive soon so I made my way across Roosevelt Blvd and took the bus home. While on the bus I called Five 6's again to tell them to forget about sending a taxi because I was on the bus on my way home. I proceeded to tell the dispatcher my displeasure for being lied to and she hung up on me. I called again and she refused to answer my call.
Kenneth Klauss
Kenneth
I am now a proponent of Uber operating on the island. I have read nearly every review of Five 6's I could find and most of them are horrible and most of them single out the dispatchers as being particularly bad. I would like to know who voted against Uber coming here.
Sloan Bashinsky


Sloan Bashinsky I replied to Kenneth:


I have not been in favor of Uber, because when they were in Key West before, most of their drivers lived in Miami area, drove down here to mine Key West on weekends, special events, holidays. I heard Uber's liability insurance d
oes not cover Uber drivers when they are not carrying passengers. So, if a Uber driver just driving around waiting on a call, or driving to pick up a passenger, or driving away from dropping off a passenger, causes a wreck and huts someone, or kills someone, then Uber's insurance does not cover that. I say Uber and Lyft drivers need to furnish proof they are amply insured whenever they are working, not just when they have passengers on board. I say Uber and Lyft drivers should have to live in the lower Keys and furnish proof: driver's license, car tag, lease, deed, letters that went through the post office. And Uber and Lyft drivers should buy business permits from the city. If Uber drivers can jump through of those hoops. then let them into Key West, I say.
Amy Hendrick Hall


Amy Hendrick Hall Well in addition to the truly entertaining thread of commentary, this post provided me with hope. 🤞 they're in full swing when I come to visit! Ride app > dui, every time.
Greg Wythe


Greg Wythe If she gets caught she will go to jail. There are several illegal "gypsy" cabs that operate here.
Sloan Bashinsky


Sloan Bashinsky to jail? They don't put transient rental violators in jail, just small fines, instead of the whopper fines they deserve, and jail. One of Ed Swift's employees comes immediately to mind. That aside, the local cabbies made a strong protest in town hall and city commission meetings for keeping out Uber, Lyft, etc. They said the local cab companies need the aps and upgraded cabs, which is on the cab company owners. They said the cabbies need to police the bad cabbies. Well, it didn't happen. Lay the blame wherever, but it didn't happen. And as someone who has no car, gets around Key West on bicycle, I know who are the most dangerous drivers on the roads of Key West. In the main, cabbies. Especially, dangerous to bicyclists. As are the private shuttle buses, trolleys conch trains. And the pizza and other restaurant delivery vehicles, cars or mopeds. But that's another area of "critical" concern.

Greg Wythe


Greg Wythe The city jailed an Uber driver. I think they were trying to make a point. I don't think he was ever convicted of anything. It was extreme. 

If the city allows anyone with a car to run unlicensed, under-insured, untrained unregulated, drivers to operate uninspected vehicles outside of code enforcement. They are opening a massive can of worms. 
You will then have unlicensed trolleys, limousines, buses, flooding the streets as well. 
And btw bicycles and scooters are far and away responsible for more accidents in key west. Should we ban them?
Sloan Bashinsky


Sloan Bashinsky I ride my bicycle all over Key West. I see what causes most accidents, and it is not bicycles. It is speeding motor vehicles, and, yes, scooters are motor vehicles. Ban motor vehicles, and see how many road accidents there are. I see taxi drivers every day who should be jailed for blowing through pedestrian crosswalks, with pedestrians standing in plain view, waiting on traffic to stop. It's not just taxis, though. It's about 4/5th of all motor vehicles, or a higher ratio, that blow through pedestrian crosswalks. Put all of those drivers in jail. They are far more dangerous to people in Key west, than Uber drivers ever will be.
Greg Wythe
Greg Wythe So uber left, sidecar,Juno drivers etc. will not be part of the 4/5ths of drivers driving motor vehicles?

I have lived here 20 years. My cars have been hit while parked by scooters and bicyclists at least 15 times. Not including the constant mirror hits. 

In that time I have had one jeep hit me. No cabs or other cars.
Jim Brooks


Jim Brooks I have no issue with businesses like these as long as their properly licensed. Cities should have a say in regulating their ride-for-hire programs.

Sloan Bashinsky Hey, Todd - heap thanks for inviting me into this fun rumpus! Have you hired able defense counsel for the upcoming witch hunt for Lyft and Uber conspirators after I featured this FB thread, at your suggestion, at my website? Hey, why don't you call that nice lady suing me for my future inheritance, she's also suing Naja Girard, Rick Boettger and the owner of bigpinekey.com's Coconut Telegraphy public forum for knowing me, to be your, Lyft and Uber's "public defender"?



Following my sign off below is the docket sheet in Heinous Judith Eloise Haney's lawsuit just against me, in Key West. 90+ percent of the docket entries are Haney's through the Florida Courts e-filing portal. The Leeds City attorney told me that he thinks Haney may be the only lay person in Alabama with her own e-filing portal, and that she may stay up all night working on her lawsuits. Her e-filings just in her lawsuit against me in Key West lead me to think she does indeed stay up all night working on her lawsuits. 

sloanbashinsky@outlook.com

Civil Case Detail Information
Case Number
Uniform Case Number
Date Filed
CAK171
442017CA000001A001KW
12/30/2016
Filing Type
Judge
Libel/Slander
Helms, Bonnie J
Plaintiff Information
Plaintiff Name
Attorney Name
HANEY, JUDITH E
Defendant Information
Defendant Name
Attorney Name
BASHINSKY, SLOAN Y, Jr
Fine, Roberta
Other Parties
Other Name
Attorney Name
Scheduled Court Appearances
Date
Time
Location/Court Room
Description
2/15/2017
1/1/1900 9:00:00 AM
CA - Hearing
3/31/2017
1/1/1900 9:00:00 AM
CA - Open Motion Hearing
3/31/2017
1/1/1900 9:00:00 AM
CA - Hearing
3/31/2017
1/1/1900 9:00:00 AM
CA - Hearing
3/31/2017
1/1/1900 9:00:00 AM
CA - Hearing
3/31/2017
1/1/1900 9:00:00 AM
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3/20/2017
Notice Of Filing *
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3/20/2017
Notice Of Hearing
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Motion For Protective Order
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3/18/2017
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3/18/2017
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E-NOTICE OF FILING EXHIBIT TO
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Notice Of Hearing
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3/9/2017
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Notice Of Filing *
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3/6/2017
Subpoena Decus Tecum Issued *
3/6/2017
Notice Of Filing *
E-NOTICE OF FILING EXHIBIT TO
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Notice Of Filing *
E-NOTICE OF FILING EXHIBIT TO
3/5/2017
Subpoena Duces Tecum
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3/5/2017
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3/2/2017
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E-NOTICE OF FILING MOTION FOR
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2/26/2017
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2/23/2017
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2/22/2017
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Motion for Leave to File Amend
2/22/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 68 (e)
2/21/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 67 (e)
2/21/2017
Motion For Summary Judgment
Plaintiff's Verified Amended (
2/21/2017
Order Granting *
Motion For Continuance And Re-
2/20/2017
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Motion to Amend Order (e)
2/20/2017
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2/20/2017
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Exhibit 66 (e)
2/19/2017
Notice Of Taking Deposition *
e filed
2/19/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/19/2017
Notice Of Service Of Request For Admissions
e filed
2/19/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/18/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/18/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/18/2017
Notice of Intent to Serve Subpoena
e filed
2/17/2017
Order Granting *
Plaintiff's Motion for Continu
2/17/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/17/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/16/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/16/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/16/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/15/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 58 to Amended Comp
2/15/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 57 to Amended Comp
2/15/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 59 to Amended Comp
2/14/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 57 to Amend Compla
2/14/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Motion for Leave to file A
2/14/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Motion to File Document Un
2/14/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(E)
2/14/2017
Motion To Strike *
(E)
2/14/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Signed Affidavit Of Mike Tolbe
2/13/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 56 to amended Comp
2/13/2017
Motion To Strike *
(E) Deft's Objection to Contin
2/13/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(E)
2/13/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Afidavit Of Mike Tolbert
2/13/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for Telephonic Hearig (
2/13/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 55 to Amended Complain
2/13/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for Continuate of Heari
2/12/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(E)
2/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 54 to Amended Comp
2/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E)Pltf's Motion to Strike Def
2/11/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 53 to amended Comp
2/11/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 52 to Amended Comp
2/11/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Brief in Support of Motion
2/11/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 51 to Amended Comp
2/10/2017
Notice Of Hearing
(E)
2/10/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 51
2/10/2017
Objection *
(E) to Motion filed by Deft on
2/9/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 50
2/9/2017
Motion *
(E) for the court to Examine P
2/8/2017
Motion To Strike *
(E) Deft's Answer to Motion fo
2/8/2017
Motion To Strike *
Deft's Answer and Responses Fi
2/8/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(E)
2/8/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(e0 Exhibits 49 to Amended Com
2/7/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(e) Exhibits 47 to Amended com
2/4/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/3/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/3/2017
Clerk's Notes *
copy of e-mails from and to Pl
2/2/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
2/2/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
e filed
2/2/2017
Motion *
Defendant Notice of Court Hear
2/1/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for Sanctions (e)
1/31/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion to Strike Defendant's A
1/30/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for Gag Order (e)
1/30/2017
Notice Of Hearing
(e) February 15, 2017 @ 9:00 a
1/30/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(e)
1/30/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
to Plaintiff Haney's Motion fo
1/30/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for Leave to File Fourt
1/29/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for Leave to File Secon
1/29/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 43 to Amended Complain
1/29/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for In Camera Hearing o
1/27/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Corrected Motion for Leave
1/27/2017
Order Denying *
Motion for Leave to file Amicu
1/26/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Motion for Leave to File T
1/26/2017
Third Amended Complaint
(E) Motion for Leave
1/26/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
Deft Bashinsky's Answer to Plt
1/25/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(E)
1/25/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Motio to Strike Deft's Ame
1/25/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhaibit 39 to Amended Com
1/25/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 41 to Amended Comp
1/25/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 40 to amended Comp
1/24/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 38 to amended Comp
1/24/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Motion for Expedited Heari
1/23/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 37 to Amended Comp
1/23/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 36 to Amended Comp
1/23/2017
Motion *
for Leave to File Amicus Curia
1/23/2017
Order Granting *
Stipulated Motion to withdraw
1/23/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Amended Motion for Temporary R
1/22/2017
Motion For Summary Judgment
(e)
1/22/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 35 to Amended Complain
1/22/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for Summary Judgment (e
1/21/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion for Temporary Restraini
1/21/2017
Motion To Strike *
Notice of Filing - Defendant's
1/21/2017
Motion To Strike *
(e)
1/20/2017
Motion To Withdraw
Stipulated (e)
1/20/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion to Strike "Amicus Brief
1/19/2017
Clerk's Notes *
Please send all motions over t
1/19/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(E)
1/19/2017
Other
Amicus Brief on behalf of the
1/19/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 33 to Second amend
1/19/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 34 to Second Amend
1/17/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
1/17/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
1/17/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
1/17/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E)
1/17/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E)
1/17/2017
Entry Of Appearance *
(E)
1/16/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
1/16/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
1/16/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
e filed
1/15/2017
Notice Of Filing *
e filed
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(E) Exhibit 27 to Petition for
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 26A and 26B to Petitio
1/12/2017
Motion To Strike *
Respondent's Answer to Motion
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
(e)
1/12/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(e)
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 26A and 26B to Petitio
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibits 1-21 to Petition for
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 22 to Petition for Tem
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Motion to Strike Respondent's
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 23 to Petition for Tem
1/12/2017
Notice Of Filing *
Exhibit 24 to Petition for Tem
1/11/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(E)
1/10/2017
Motion To Strike *
(E)
1/10/2017
Answer And Affirmative Defenses
(E)
1/8/2017
Motion in Limine
(E)
1/7/2017
Motion to Appear Telephonically
Petitioner's Motion for Teleph
1/7/2017
Amended Complaint
Petitioner's Motion for Leave
1/5/2017
Summons Issued
12/30/2016
Complaint
(E)
12/30/2016
Civil Cover Sheet
(E)
12/30/2016
Complaint