My question involves court procedures for the state of: New York
I am perfecting an appeal of a decision to remove a citation.
That citation is to a case totally irrelevant to the case at bar.
I have no problem with the decision itself.
Is there any case law as to whether one can request the Court of Appeals
make such a review of the wording of a decision.
(That citation is the only citation in the decision. Needless to say,
the matter is of great symbolic meaning to me--I see no reason to burden
this forum with the details.)
(The case is in the New York State Surrogate's Court
and involves my deceased parents--if that makes any difference.
Needless to say, I do all my law suits pro se. Once I have some sort of reference, I can Shepardize etc. for more detail.)