I found this nugget of pro se legal incompetence on the Maryland Judiciary Case Search website yesterday—It seems that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin tried to file a supplement to his opposition to Aaron Walker’s motions to dismiss and for summary judgment in Kimberlin v. Most of the Universe, et al. RICO Retread LOLsuit. There are a couple of problems with TDPK’s filing.
First, such a filing requires the court’s permission, and TDPK neglected to file a motion seeking leave to supplement his opposition.
Second, he neglected to file an opposition to either of Aaron motions, so there was nothing to supplement. If the court were to accept his filing, it would really be an untimely opposition filed after the hearing on the motions.
When Aaron Walker learned of TDPK’s “supplement,” he considered filing a motion to strike it, but when he contacted the judge’s chambers he was told that Kimberlin’s paperwork was not being accepted and that there was no reason to file his motion.
Too Little. Too Late. The Wrong Way.