The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has been sending discovery requests to defendants in his Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit. The lead defendant is complaining about that.
Also, Pacific Northwest National Labs isn’t too keen on the idea either.
These could create a problem for TDPK’s fishing expedition.
re: Fishing Expedition
Not all worms are on the hook
Hey, you’re still on the loose? That’s unpossible!
OK, not a lawyer, but I was under the impression that one does not begin discovery until the judge says, “Go”, essentially. As far as I can tell, that hasn’t happened, yet.
So I must ask, WHAT?
Basically BK tried to pull a fast one and got caught…again.
Another sign he’s out of his gourd…he has some notion he in on their level, instead of a squirrelly little diddler with some prison correspondence schooling.
Not like it matters whether he got caught. What’s the judge going to do? Tell him not to do it, more than likely, and leave it at that.
Odds the judge will order them to abide by the requests?
It’s not the judge that says “go,” but the parties. The parties can, by agreement, start discovery early or delay discovery. But Rule 26 clearly says that there’s no discovery until the parties have met in a scheduling conference. There are some exceptions, but none apply here.
28 (f) I believe …
Preferably with a glass bottom.
So this Team Kimberlin Fleet can see the previous Team Kimberlin Fleet?
And see the blob swimming by with three barrels in him too …
The SS Minnow was too large. A micro-version is what is needed or a 1/400 scale model … and an electron microscope …
One of the defendants should pull a fast one and serve him electronicly at the whoisnumbernone email account. I bet he wouldn’t even notice and go right on responding to it.