Screwed Up Service of Process

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has failed to properly serve Judge Hazel with a copy of his petition for writ of mandamus seeking to have the protective order in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit compromised.

Of course, that’s only one, and perhaps the least, of the errors in his petition.

32 thoughts on “Screwed Up Service of Process

  1. As much as Brett’s been kicked in the balls lately he doesn’t even have to transition. With his slumber party withdrawals who wants to bet he’s already using the little girl restrooms?

    • Not that Hazel is insensible to his duties or even to the vexy plaintiff’s shortcomings. I’ve noticed a certain exasperation in Hazel’s careful rulings.

      • Is it possible that the judge wouldn’t even be aware of this little failure? Isn’t this the kind of thing that a court clerk would process?

        • The judge may not comprehend the failure to serve – unless this correction should appear on the docket – but he will definitely notice being served with this vexy press release.

          • Judge Hazel must continue to grow in empathy with O’Toole’s Richard II.
            The sawed off pedo, on the other hand is no Dick Burton and certainly no Thomas A. Becket

  2. Looks like the terrified tiny terrorist can’t let go of the idea of playing games with service to set up a default. hahahaha

  3. Screwed up? Or intentional? I’m leaning towards intentional as he’s done with Hoge and others multiple times.

  4. This is a very important case and needs an expedited hearing but he can’t be bothered to do the paperwork right. Ha!

    Things that real lawyers know that aren’t covered in jailhouse law.

    And oh yeah, frivolous and vexatious.

    • I’m thinking the request for an expedited hearing is that he wants this thing shot down by them as soon as possible. After they deny it, he can appeal to the Supreme Court. Then, in his deranged little mind, he will have standing to resurrect the lawsuit against Congress for not voting on a ninth Justice.

    • I’m a real lawyer, and I don’t think I would know that a writ of mandamus has to be served on the judge. I guess it makes sense because you’re essentially instituting a lawsuit at the appellate court against the judge.

      Seeking a writ of mandamus is pretty exceptional anyway. Especially since the appeal is irrelevant to the case, and TDPK lacks standing to seek this writ.

  5. Do the same rules about someone other than Brett serving it apply? If Hazel sees him coming down the hallway, he’ll turn and run the other way.

  6. Really, really adds irony to Brett putting the green cards in as an exhibit.

    Bill may be the smartest, bestest law-talking guy on the team.

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