You Need to Move On

Defendant: Alright. Ahhhhh, (paper shuffle) Mrs. Palmer, the thing that mystifies me is this blog of yours…

Judge: No, no!

Defendant: Ma’am!

Judge: No, that’s an improper question. You may question her about her complaint.

Defendant: The complaint is tied directly to the blog, Your Honor.

Judge: No, the complaint is that you have contacted her on several occasions since on or about July the 4th. Now

*Crosstalk between Bill and the Judge*

Judge: Now you can ask her questions about that only.

Defendant: Let me put it this way, then. Mrs. Palmer, as a pro se prosecutor I suppose of this lawsuit do I not have the right to contact a defendant…

Judge: That’s an improper question.

Defendant: Ma’am, I’m asking for…

Judge: That’s an improper question, sir.

Defendant: Could you explain for…

Judge: No. I’m not. I’m telling you that’s an improper question. You need to move on.


About The Dread Pirate Zombie

Member of the Zombie Horde and Lickspittle Minion. Out to eat your brainnnsssss. And a few other sweetbreads because they are so nomm-y. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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21 Responses to You Need to Move On

  1. gb420 says:

    Like it took Miss Cleo or the Psychic Friends Network to predict he would try to end run the judge.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. Russ says:

    He’s just not very good at the whole “understanding” thing.

    Liked by 5 people

  3. There is that “pro se prosecutor” thingy again. That’s what got you into this mess, Schmalfeldt. You believe that imaginary construct allows you to derive power you do not have.

    But thanks for admitting to the charges made in the complaint. No wonder you keep losing in life.

    Liked by 6 people

    • theman9876 says:

      His performance in Ash’s harassment hearing last week shows that his attendance matters NOT. I would argue that it actually makes things worse for the Twitter Attorney at Law Schmalfeldt. He has said that if he was able to attend the previous 15 protection order hearings, things would have gone entirely different. I agree with the Cabin Boy, his fat ass would have been thrown in jail.

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      • If he hadn’t of shown up, I honestly don’t know if I would have had enough on my side to get the RO. But he admitted to more contact than I submitted evidence for AND gave the judge an in-person taste of what he tries to do to those who have information that he believes he should have.

        Deadly and lethal to his own defense. I’ve never seen its like.

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  4. Kyle Kiernan says:

    I will pay any judge a thousand dollars to tell him “You were not put on this Earth to “get it” Dumbfuck”.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. JeffM says:

    Diseased Willy considers himself an intelligent man. (He is entitled to his opinion.) So I suggest that he look up the difference between a civil case and a criminal case as well as the difference between a plaintiff in a civil case and a prosecutor in a criminal case. I have confidence that he can grasp those distinctions if he works at it hard enough and long enough. Grasping that kind of legal distinction might conceivably improve his future performance in legal matters.

    I shall help him along by giving him the quick version. A prosecutor represents the state or the people, not himself. So there can be no such thing as a “prosecutor per se” meaning “prosecutor representing himself.”

    That is not the only bit of legal vocabulary that might assist him in avoiding utter failure in court. For example, “civil rights.” It is not clear exactly which such right he believes was curtailed or denied. But it seems to be that he lost a case because, among other things, he did not show up for court. If he does minimal research, he will find that there is no civil right to win a case for which you default.

    Or he might do well to look up the definition of “perjury.” Condensing a bit, the definition in my edition of Black’s is: the “assertion as to a matter of fact … in a judicial proceeding …upon oath … such assertion being material … to the point of inquiry and … false.” That pesky word “material” must be attended to.

    I certainly hope that he takes this advice to heart because it will make his future legal struggles more of a contest. This episode in North Carolina was simply pathetic.

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  6. “You need to move on.” — District Judge Betty Brown She dis not mean it as a temporary comment about his inability to get past that one though. She meant, he must move on.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Beat his ass like a drum.

    Liked by 4 people

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