Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Denies Pro Se Appellants Due Process of Law
March 7, 2012 § 3 Comments
As evidenced by Miss Baldwin’s final petition for rehearing to the United States Court of Appeal, For the Ninth Circuit, pro se appellants are routinely denied due process of law by bogus, boilerplate court orders written by motions attorneys pretending to be Circuit Judges.
The Order contains statements such as “No further filings shall be accepted in this closed case” when, in fact, everyone has a right to file a Motion for Rehearing in accordance with Federal Rules of Appellate Procedures, Rules 35 and 40.
Read the Petition for all the details. If you are a pro se appellant, do not give up, you have a right to meaningful access to the courts.
Petition is here: PETITION FOR REHEARING