Updated, 1/16, 1/23: Eligibility proceedings are proceeding and new challenges keep coming. I.O. suggests starting here and at The Right Side of Life and their "Eligibility Lawsuits" page, to keep track (it takes a program). Visit this page, if you need to catch up about why.
Monday, 1/12 - The Sureme Court (SCOTUS) is to announce their disposition of their Friday, 1/9 conference over Philip Berg v. Barack Obama. This is purportedly regarding Berg's petition for writ of certiorari, a call for a full SCOTUS review, although that does not seem explicit to this reader, admittedly not an attorney (I.O. finds this docket listing on file, 08-570).
Monday, 1/12 - The SCOTUS disposition of Berg v. Obama: "The motion of Bill Anderson for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted. The petition for a writ of certiorari before judgment is denied." You may read by link a report and a commentary about this by blogger, law student, and close follower of this case, Jeff Schreiber. His commentary presents considered opinions, but not the only rational ones. Further scrying and black robe gazing is offered in Schrieber's user commentary, on Phil's Right Side of Life, and numerous other spots. I.O's opinion is, this is an excellent time and matter for considering numerous factors and possibilities without one's marbles rolling into any particular crevice about it.
Along these lines and bumps, feel free to add comments here, to something already offered by a Lawyer from Missouri.
Friday, 1/16 - The Supreme Court is again to consider Berg v. Obama in conference. As docketed this is regarding Berg's petition "for an injunction pending the disposition of the petition for a writ of certiorari" against either the Electoral College vote or the certification of that vote by Congress, both already having occured, now (docket link 08-4340 / docket link 08a505).
Monday, 1/19 - Customary day of SCOTUS announcements of their disposition of cases discussed in conference on Friday, 1/16. Update, 1/16: As reported in: Provocative Speculations about the Supreme Court's Considerations of the Eligibility Challenges:
In "Berg v. Obama: Case Disposition Likely Wednesday," Phil of TRSoL relates that the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) will not announce a disposition on today's conference about Berg's application for injunction until Wednesday, 1/21, due to the court being closed Monday and Tuesday.Tuesday, 1/20 - Inauguratiion Day
Wednesday, 1/21 - Likely disposition of the Berg application for injunction against the election of Barack Obama (clearly, after the fact). In the humble opinion of I.O., this is likely to be a denial of a moot application; However, since we are in unchartered jurisprudential waters, the high court has an opportunity to speak to the previous day's inauguration, by means of this application. And this is especially relevant to the potential case of a conspiracy of election fraud, since, if that were to eventually, legally be found, the crimes would at this point, be complete. Could the SCOTUS effectively suspend the presidency of Mr. Obama? One supposes it could. See the analyses linked to by this aforementioned I.O. post.
Friday, 1/23 - The SCOTUS is to discuss Lightfoot v. Bowen in conference, referred by Chief Justice Roberts. This case is originally a California case for an injunction against that state's Electoral College vote.
Monday, 1/26 - Customary day of SCOTUS announcements of their disposition of cases discussed in conference on Friday, 1/16 -- and so it goes.