The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has filed an improper reply to one of Aaron Walker’s filings in his appeal of Walker v. Maryland, et al. in the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. That’s the combined case against the State and the Kimberlins. The suit against the State seeks to have Maryland’s harassment laws declared unconstitutional as applied to the Internet on First Amendment and other grounds. The case against the Kimberlins seek damages for malicious prosecution using those laws.
Here’s the certificate of service filed with TDPK’s improper reply.(Alexis Rohde is the lawyer representing the State.)
The Gentle Reader may notice that a word appears to be missing from Kimberlin’s last sentence. Actually, there appears to be a great deal more missing than just one word. The most glaring omission is the signature for Tetyana Kimberlin’s attorney who should be filing the reply on her behalf.
Meanwhile, we’re at T-minus 14 days and counting in Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al.