Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Judge Hecker issued a show cause order to Tetyana Kimberlin for her failure to appear at the pretrial conference in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. The order was issued on 6 June and sent to the Montgomery County Sheriff for service. A return of service from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office hasn’t been posted to the online docket yet.

Hmmmm.

T-minus 4 days and counting.

31 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Hmmmm, indeed. Would they have posted something if service was unable to be completed? I seem to recall seeing something like that, but I could well be mistaken.

    • I’m willing to bet that the ex parte was a request to attend the hearing on the 28th via video. Any takers?

      • I’ll bet it some sad sop about how his stage eleventy Parkinson’s Disease has left him without the higher-executive functions to do things such as properly comply with the Judge’s order to research, copy, and produce subpoenaed documents or meaningfully assist in own defense such as to plan, compose, edit, print, address and send letters to the Court.

        • And if it had not been an improper and ex parte communication in the first place, one might imagine that the response would be “perhaps you have heard of these beasties called ‘attorneys?'”

          • Whom you have to pay. Tough to do when you have frittered your money away on since abandoned scoots puffs and cars. Life is hard for a pauper.

        • Don’t most of his legal filings actually demonstrate he isn’t competent to file legal documents? Maybe this is part of his grand scheme.

          Kind of a catch 22 theme or something?

  2. The space under that bus just keeps getting smaller and smaller…

    Still enough room for someone of Kimberwhine’s stature though.

  3. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you, but if she continues to evade service, be sure to let Judge Hecker know Tetyana Kimberlin signed the Walker appeal doc on June 15th. I would imagine the sheriff department’s second attempt would be around then.

    • Evading service of process from the Court is surely an excellent idea in a case that’s going to a bench trial. Judges must love that sort of thing.

  4. It’s hard to believe such upstanding people as the Kimberlin family would be trying to evade service.

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