In Re the Cabin Boy’s™ LOLsuit


Scott Hinckley has filed some motions in the Schmalfeldt v. Grady, et al. LOLsuit. You can read them here.

I have no comment on his filings, except that I will confirm that one of the pictures on page 6 of Exhibit C appears to be the same as one I received in an unsolicited email from the Cabin Boy™.

UPDATE—Correct the page number reference above.

Prevarication Du Jour


The Cabin Boy™ thinks he’s home free.NR4OM201508072016ZHe isn’t.

Here are a couple of the several instances of unwanted contact in the past 30 days.CabinBoyEmailsA contact is not for a “legal purpose” just because the Cabin Boy™ wants to ask a question about a third party related to a matter in which I am not a party. Nor is it a “legal purpose” to issue threats based on speculation about the outcome of a situation in which I am nothing but a bystander.

This Morning in Court


There was a hearing of my appeal of the District Court’s denial of my peace order petition against Bill Schmalfeldt in the Circuit Court for Carroll County. Judge Stansfield ruled that venue for the case should be in Howard County. When Schmalfeldt falsely claimed that the same petition was also heard in Howard County already, the judge decided to wait to order the transfer of the case until he could review the record from Howard County.

Stay tuned.