Md. Rule 2-331(d) …

… allows for counterclaims to be filed within 30 days of the time allowed for the filing of a party’s answer. The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfledt’s time to file an answer in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit expired on 27 June, 2016. 30 days after that was 27 July. It is now 29 July.

51 thoughts on “Md. Rule 2-331(d) …


  1. Ruh roh, Billy Schmallballs has a meeting tomorrow. Remember to wear panties when you video chat with Dear Leader Brett Kimberlin tomorrow. Wouldn’t want to inflame any prison PTSD if he has it.


    • ‘Yes Mr. Schmalfeldt, we’ll put our best investigators on the case. You’re absolutely right that excessively similar signatures are a sign of forgery…”


      • Further proof that the medical community is a pack of spoilsports, with their discouraging people from treating mental illness with alcohol.


      • No. He believes he is smarter. He probably is correct: Willie did not spend a big chunk of his life in the joint. Of course being smarter than his associates is nothing to brag about.


        • Eye candy – of all types – is always welcome. Could this be classified as a Rule 5 car? I think so.


          • Last summer I saw a McLaren in the wild. I had to do a double take as I passed it, and drop back enough to check its back end to be sure I was seeing what I thought I was seeing. Low, orange and black, a thing of utter beauty, doing a sedate 64. Which is not surprising because a car like that just dares every police officer who sees it to pull out the radar gun.

            But it felt rather wrong passing it in a Hyundai Accent. 🙂


          • A lady who speaks approvingly, even glowingly, of Rule 5 is my kind of lady. Just don’t tell my fiancee. She’ll poison my lechon.


    • Why do I get the feeling his “meeting” will happen in the bathroom and that he’ll just be rolling, sweet talking, and sniffing his feces again?


      • If it’s a meeting, who’s to say that it’ll be his feces that he’ll be “rolling, sweet talking, and sniffing?”

        After all, we’re talking about someone who publicly declared his love of urinating on children, are we not? I wouldn’t be so quick to rule anything out.


      • While noisily chewing on a piece of gum and twirling my blue and black dyed ponytail around my finger. Yes. Yes I did.


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      You can search Twitter using the search box below or return to the homepage.

      Somebodies meeting must not have went the way they wanted.


  2. By the time all of this is done, Mr. Hoge, you might own a small slice of St. Francis, Wisconsin. Do you enjoy dining on brats, cold beer, and German potato salad?


  3. There are several HUGE facts that he has not considered. The fact that he doesn’t have the suspected forgery in his possession. So before even speaking with anyone in Maryland about charges against Mr Hoge, Lard Ass will need to get possession of the letter. Next, he will be responsible for hiring a court approved handwriting expert to examine the document(s).

    His biggest hurdle will be proving Mr Hoge actually signed the letter. We know fingerprints are out of the picture because the letter has been handled by many people. His next problem is resources. He has none. How can he pay for multiple trips back to Maryland during the course of the trial? Every day in this country Courts are forced to properly allocate the resources they receive. How likely is it that they choose to prosecute an idiotic case of flamewar bullshit? Not very likely.


  4. To be fair, NOT filing a frivolous counterclaim is probably the smartest thing he’s done in years.


  5. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww, poor little Stolen Valor Schmalfeldt must have got his fee fees hurt by mean old Ely in his big “meeting”. He’s now memory holed his twitter yet again. Run away Bill, run away. It really is the only thing you are actually good at.

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