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Posted on 10/28/2011 12:59:25 PM PDT by Mercat
86CV00509 Div4 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF JOHNSON COUNTY, KANSAS CIVIL COURT DEPARTMENT JOURNAL ENTRY OF CONTEMPT HEARING NOW on this 25th day of October, 2011, the above entitled matter comes before the Court for hearing. District Court Trustee by: Dana Edwards In The Matter Of Case No: 1986CV000509 Division: 4 Chapter: 60 IVD: N46-29999 P- 113644 Appear for Hearing in Room 336 3rd Floor SUSAN ANNETTE JONES And MARVIN LEE JONES Obligee: ( ) Obligor: ( ) present ( X ) not present ( ) By ____________________ not present ( ) By ____________________ ( ) In custody present ( X ) After execution of warrant ( ) THEREUPON, the Court, being well and duly advised in the premises, makes the following findings of facts and orders: (X) The Court Trustee's Office has verified that Obligor is deceased. Therefore, the bench warrant filed on or about 8/23/00 is set aside and vacated. The Obligor must notify the District Court Trustee, in writing, of any change of address and/or employment within 7 days of any such change. IT IS SO ORDERED. ________________________________ Obligor ________________________________ Obligor's Attorney ________________________________ Obligee ________________________________ Obligee's Attorney JR fContemptHearing.docx Time _______a.m./p.m. to_______a.m./ p.m. Clerk of the District Court Johnson County Kansas 10/28/11 01:48pm MS
Well, they need to keep track of him so he can vote!
"Both attorneys have obviously entered into a secret pact--complete with hats, handshakes and cryptic words--to draft their pleadings entirely in crayon on the back sides of gravy-stained paper place mats, in the hope that the Court would be so charmed by their child-like efforts that their utter dearth of legal authorities in their briefing would go unnoticed. Whatever actually occurred, the Court is now faced with the daunting task of deciphering their submissions. With Big Chief tablet readied, thick black pencil in hand, and a devilmay- care laugh in the face of death, life on the razor's edge sense of exhilaration, the Court begins."
"Defendant begins the descent into Alice's Wonderland by submitting a Motion that relies upon only one legal authority."
"Plaintiff responds to this deft, yet minimalist analytical wizardry with an equally gossamer wisp of an argument, although Plaintiff does at least cite the federal limitations provision applicable to maritime tort claims."
"Now, alas, the Court must return to grownup land."
Hah! I just went and read that entire case. I feel for that judge. But it was a great vent!
How did you do that? Were you able to read the pleadings too?
Followed the link in your post: http://kevinunderhill.typepad.com/Documents/Opinions/Bradshaw_v_Unity_Marine.pdf
The link is for the opinion only. You could probably read the pleadings if you had PACER. According to the judge in the opinion, they probably wouldn’t cost much as they contain so little. LOL.
It is worth it to read the entire opinion. He has more funny stuff in there, although taken as a whole, he went a bit overboard. However, if he had to do all the work of being judge and both attorneys, he was probably at his wit’s end.
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