10 thoughts on “Qapla’

  1. I understand why a plaintiff or defendant would submit an “in the alternative” petition. But why does a judge’s order have an “in the alternative” part to it? I thought that “in the alternative”, for a plaintiff or defendant, is a time-saving measure that means “if part A of this petition ends up being moot because of an order you will issue, then I will plead part B of this petition instead.” But how does that work in the case of a judge’s order? He’s granting the motion to dismiss, so why is any alternative order needed?

    I’ve been able to follow most of the legal procedures so far, but I’m really confused by this one. Could someone explain it?

    • I don’t think this is the case. I think he is tired of the set of facts and circumstances, and, has had enough from both parties.

  2. Congrats to Bill. It’s a shame you had to spend time and money on some scummy pedo’s fevered imaginings.

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