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    Perjury: Re: How to Prove a Perjury Charge

    Thanks for your comments. I was told by a FBI agent that in order to pursuit the perjury charge, he need me to provide more witnesses?

    Houston woman Amy Fisher was indicted and committed perjury...
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    Perjury: How to Prove a Perjury Charge

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Federal

    The 4 Elements of Perjury: An Oath, an Intent, Falsity and Materiality. If meets all these four elements, you can file the complaint to...
  3. Entry of Judgments: Re: Can Magistrate Judge Decide Grant or Dismiss a Motion

    Please keep you mouth clean before you talk. The two expert I have contacted Jame Green 888-485-0832 and Mark Songer 951-537-7710.

    The Rule 72(b) Dispositive Motions and Prisoner Petitions."(1)...
  4. Entry of Judgments: Re: Can Magistrate Judge Decide Grant or Dismiss a Motion

    Can you sign your name exactly identical twice? No one in the world can do this!!! If you have three order/memos "signed" by a judge with exactly identical signature (two experts consulted and...
  5. Filing a Complaint: When Filing in the Court, Does Anyone Has Authority to Screening What You Can File

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: Federal

    When filing in the court, does anyone, such as case manager or clerk of court has authority to screening what you can file and...
  6. Pleadings: Re: Rule 60(C)(1) Timing to File Less Than One Year

    60 (b) (6) can cover "any other reason" to justify relief - just need to creative enough?
  7. Entry of Judgments: Re: Can Magistrate Judge Decide Grant or Dismiss a Motion

    Case manager confirmed that judge did sign the memo and no stamp or electronic signature used!!! Crime did happen not magic!!!
  8. Dismissal: Can Judge Change His Judgment Without Explanation

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: Federal

    Plaintiff filed a motion to amend its claims (add new claim). Judge granted the motion, so Plaintiff filed in the amended claim in...
  9. Pleadings: Re: Rule 60(C)(1) Timing to File Less Than One Year

    Thanks for the detail explanation. I understand. 60 (b) (1)-(3). My question is for (6) "any other reason that justifies relief"?
  10. Pleadings: Re: Rule 60(C)(1) Timing to File Less Than One Year

    Plaintiff did not get any hearing or trial. The Courts allowed criminal activities went on without actions or sanction, no one listen to your motions and requests even filed the complaints to FBI. If...
  11. Entry of Judgments: Re: Can Magistrate Judge Decide Grant or Dismiss a Motion

    I read those items after except "except a motion for injunctive relief, for judgment on the pleadings, for summary judgment, to dismiss or quash an indictment or information made by the defendant, to...
  12. Entry of Judgments: Can Magistrate Judge Decide Grant or Dismiss a Motion

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: Federal

    A Magistrate Judge was assigned for all pretrial maters. After cancel all the scheduled hearings and only "considered" the motions...
  13. Pleadings: Re: Rule 60(C)(1) Timing to File Less Than One Year

    So the only chance is to use Rule 60 (b)(6), any other reason that justifies relief. This one is no time limit. Crimes, such as perjury, forge document and contempt court order are not listed on 60...
  14. Pleadings: Rule 60(C)(1) Timing to File Less Than One Year

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: Federal

    "A motion under Rule 60(b) must be made within a reasonable time—and for reasons (1), (2), and (3) no more than a year after the...
  15. Trials and Verdicts: Re: When a Case Has Genuine Dispute, It Has to Be Trialed or Judge Can Make Decision

    Yes, MSJ. Appeal process was a "joke", at least for Pro Se.
  16. Trials and Verdicts: Re: When a Case Has Genuine Dispute, It Has to Be Trialed or Judge Can Make Decision

    Yes, what you said is for a ideal situation. The real life was different picture. What happen the case proceeding involved faulty and criminal activities: Defendant drafted a SMJ, which contained...
  17. Judgment Issues: Re: Default Cut Off Defendant's Right to File Motions to Dismiss a Case

    The default judgment issue was not resolved. Plaintiff has motion to vacate the judge order. The motion was not denied yet. Motion for a hearing is for all the outstanding motions (total of motions).
  18. Entry of Judgments: Re: Can Judge Use Electronic Signature to Sign Court Order

    Thanks for the info. I talked with district clerk. We don't have any local rule regarding electronic signature. The case manager confirmed with me that judge did sign those orders!??? I will let you...
  19. Judgment Issues: Re: Default Cut Off Defendant's Right to File Motions to Dismiss a Case

    Thanks for your comments and explanation. The timeline is like this:

    4/15 Defendant defaulted,
    5/10 Plaintiff filed motion for default judgement
    5/30 Defendant filed motion to oppose Motion...
  20. Trials and Verdicts: Re: When a Case Has Genuine Dispute, It Has to Be Trialed or Judge Can Make Decision

    Who would decide "If there is a genuine dispute about the MATERIAL FACTS in the case"? It is Judge who would decide, correct? So judge would decide if a case goes to trial or he/she will decide it,...
  21. Entry of Judgments: Re: Can Judge Use Electronic Signature to Sign Court Order

    Rule 4-403. Electronic signature and signature stamp use.
    Intent:
    To establish a uniform procedure for the use of judges' and commissioners' electronic signatures and signature stamps.
    ...
  22. Trials and Verdicts: When a Case Has Genuine Dispute, It Has to Be Trialed or Judge Can Make Decision

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: Federal

    When a case has genuine dispute, it has to go to jury trial or judge can make decision based on documents provided by both parties...
  23. Entry of Judgments: Re: Can Judge Use Electronic Signature to Sign Court Order

    I understand /S/ on the signature line.

    Judge's signature would stamped on order by judge or his/her staff? Procedure type order would use stamped signature, while important order sign by judge...
  24. Entry of Judgments: Can Judge Use Electronic Signature to Sign Court Order

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: Federal

    Federal judge has to sign court order use pen and no electronic signature can be used? No one in the world could sign his/her name...
  25. Judgment Issues: Default Cut Off Defendant's Right to File Motions to Dismiss a Case

    My question involves court procedures for the state of: Federal

    Any federal law or rule states: Default cut off defendant's right to file motions to dismiss a case? Or this is obviously, as...
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