DAY TEN in the “Will Chief Judge Kozinski Respond to Baldwin’s Motion for Decision?” WATCH
April 22, 2012 § Leave a comment
Is the 9th Circuit’s Disdain of Pro Se’s Fact or Fiction?
On April 11, 2012, Erin Baldwin filed the following Motion in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals demanding final judgments and rulings on her pending appeals (Case Nos. 11-57210, 12-55081, 12-55087, and 12-70296) as her petitions have otherwise been ignored by the Ninth Circuit TO PREVENT HER FROM APPEALING HER CLAIMS TO THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT.
Baldwin has demanded immediate review and decision by Chief Judge Alex Kozinski due to egregious misconduct in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Central District Court of California.
Baldwin’s First Amendment right to petition the courts and her 14th Amendment right to access the courts have been repeatedly trampled. There are two primary reasons.
One, the Ninth Circuit has chosen to protect Baldwin’s defendants including The State Bar of California, The California Department of Real Estate, County of Orange, County of San Bernardino, and publicly-traded landlord/REIT UDR, Inc. (NYSE:UDR).
Two, Erin Baldwin is a Pro Se litigant and the Ninth Circuit has well-established customs, policies and procedures in place to quickly dispose of all pro se Complaints. Baldwin is not alone – thousands of unrepresented litigants come to the Ninth Circuit every year seeking justice and are deprived of same. Accordingly, Baldwin is seeking “suspect class status” for pro se litigants to prevent further discrimination.
It is unconscionable that anyone would simply be ignored in a court of law hoping they would grow frustrated and give up. Erin Baldwin has only begun to fight and will not give up until her example gives equal justice to all pro se litigants now and into the future.
Will Judge Alex Kozinski come through? We’ll see.