Legal LULZ du Jour

The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt is threatening Paul Krendler with a Brodie motion.TheMerryWidower201511282145Z

Apparently, the Cabin Boy™ is planning on bring suit in Maryland, the only state where so-called Brodie Motions are filed. A Brodie Motion asks a court for a John Doe subpoena to an ISP seeking a user’s identity pursuant to the case law in Independent Newspapers, Inc. v. Brodie, 407 Md. 415 (2009).

IANAL, but I’m unaware of any similar case law applicable in the Eastern District of Wisconsin or the Seventh Circuit.

29 thoughts on “Legal LULZ du Jour

  1. By filing such a motion, he is is legally stating he has no idea who Krendler is. I wonder if he has thought through the legal ramifications of doing so, considering he has named, under penalty of perjury, several individuals as being Krendler.

    Not well thought out. Not surprising.

  2. The “Brodie motion I’m unfamiliar with but I’m very familiar with the Schmalfeldt motion. I usually have one after waking if you get my drift.

  3. If Brodie is only applicable in Maryland, and
    If one or both of them reside outside the state of Maryland…
    IANAL but I did take a math course in 1st Grade, involving plussing numbers.

  4. Oh my God this is funny!! The stupid just never wears off Fat Willie, never. But I’m a little disappointed we let the cat out of the bag this early. I was looking forward to the months worth of Super Lulz11!!zzzz

    And as usual, great job Acme Legal and its lead council William Schmalfeldt, esq., Twitter Attorney at Law.

  5. But Mommy Judge I know I signed a sworn statement saying I was actually Krendler but I still want to sue THAT GUY for stuff i claim under penalty of perjury I wrote.

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