Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dreadful Pro-Se Scmalfeldt was put on notice by my lawyer during the hearing for the extension of the original peace order that a contempt petition could result from further peace order violations. Seeking that civil remedy cuts out the middlemen of the State’s Attorney’s Office and District Court in enforcing the Circuit Court’s order. The Cabin Boy™ may not be facing centuries in jail or a zillion dollar fine, but he is facing the possibility of being held accountable for his behavior.

The Cabin Boy™ seems to think that my petition was filed for the sole purpose of making him come out in cold weather as a way of punishing him, as if I am using a false claim filed by a pro se litigant to cause him to have to unnecessarily defend himself.

Who would do a thing like that?

In Re a Peace Order

On 9 January, Bill Schmalfeldt filed a motion to dismiss my petition that he be found in contempt for violating the current peace order issued against him. On 27 January, I filed an opposition to his motion.

My opposition speaks for itself, and I do not wish to make any further substantive public comment about my petition or the motion to dismiss until after the court has ruled on them.

UPDATE—I received this in today’s mail.