Instead, Taitz has been cautioned of the need to follow proper procedure and faces a motion to
GeorgetownJD says:Predictable, indeed.
“Yet, commenter “GeorgetownJD” took note of the following today:
Orly has already announced, on the G. Gordon Liddy show radio show today, that she is jumping the gun and sending out subpoenas and noticing up depositions next week (despite the clear prohibition of discovery prior to the MANDATORY Rule 26(f) conference with defense counsel). Given her disrespect for the rules, I’d say that the US Attorney has valid grounds for seeking a stay.
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So it seems to me either:
1. [Orly] is lying and judge Carter did not give her the go ahead to immediately begin discovery which is what Georgetown JD seems to be implying.”
I implied nothing. I stated a fact. Orly announced that on Monday she will be serving requests for production and notices of depositions. Another fact: Orly has not scheduled, much less participated in, the requisite discovery conference.
Here, I’ll save you having to “interpret” my opinion: Orly does not know what she is doing. The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Evidence are meaningless to her. She will continue to fumble around and commit error after error, and each time will blame it on the court or the judge or the NWO or the MSM. Orly is as predictable as the sunrise.
What questions come to mind, for one who is apparently very intelligent, but who, very apparently, fails to learn how to do his or her work competently?
What questions come to mind, when a person seems to make sure he or she gets in front of other, competent attorneys, in order to be there first, to litigate eligibility challenges, then consistently spoils the honest intentions of his or her clients, by his or her "mistakes?"
What are the words in the dictionary, for someone who, over and over again, fails the sacred trust placed in him or her, by that person's clients and supporters?
Does the term, "hand in glove" come to mind? Or, just way, way out of hand?