This is a pre-trial dispositive motion that includes exhibits for the judge to take under advisement.
Attorneys Begley and Tepper have asked Judge Wingate to dismiss the Taitz lawsuit on the pleadings. We’ll all have to wait and see how Judge Wingate rules.
If the lawsuit isn’t dismissed, it will move to a discovery/evidence phase where introducing best evidence would be appropriate for both plaintiffs and defendants.
Right, just think how much stronger this “pre-trial dispositive motion” (filed several months ago, btw) would be if it contained one of the two alleged hard copies of the alleged LFBC that Barry allegedly obtained from the Hawaii Department of Health.