Peace Order

Adventures of Acme Legal (33)

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Another Forgery

Another Fogery

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Hitler Finds Out ... Yet Again

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More Muddled Thinking About IP Addresses

Anger

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Panic?

MrBill'sBP

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Lies?

Lies

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Malicious Prosecution

Twice as Hard

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Meanwhile, Back at the Brettbunker ...

So Brett wan't able to represent his daughter at the peace order trial against W. J. J. Hoge last Thursday. He continues to bat 1000 at losing.

Peace Order Loss

It's almost enough to make us wonder why Brett keeps sticking to a losing strategy.

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The Downfall of Lawfare?

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Acme v. Reality

Acme v Reality

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Mr. Bill's Big "Win"

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Another Oldie

Mr. Bill acts as if he is in a position of overwhelming advantage, just like he did in 2013 …

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BTW, this is another set of panels ripped off from the Original Kimberlin Unmasked.

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Déjà Vu

It seems like a good time to recycle this golden oldie from the original Kimberlin Unmasked with just a bit of updating …

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Another Day in Court for Mr. Bill

Another Day

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Time Travel?

Is W. J. J. Hoge something more than just a simple quantum mechanic?

Time Lord

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Mr. Bill's Initial Plea

Aaron Walker reports that Mr. Bill initially tried to enter a plea of diminished mental capacity during his peace order violation trial.

Plea

Of course, it could be that Mr. Bill didn't want to delay the trial because he wanted a quick decision, but we bet that he was afraid to have a complete psych workup as part of the trial record. Such an evaluation would include a neurological evaluation to see how his Parkinson's disease affects his mental capacity. It might show that he really doesn't have Stage Eleventy disease.


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A Pyrrhic Victory?

We are disappointed to hear that Mr. Bill wasn't found guilty of violating W. J. J. Hoge's peace order today. However, after reading Aaron Walker's account of the proceeding, we have the impression that Mr. Bill may not have helped his overall legal position by some of things he may have said in court today. It would be interesting to hear the Court audio. We may have to order a copy.

Game On

We weren't surprised by the outcome of today's trial. It seems that Team Kimberlin usually wins in the District Court in Maryland. Given Walker's comment about Hoge reopening the Circuit Court case, we wonder what Hoge has up his sleeve?

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Fool for a Client

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Speaking of Bullshit (MST3KU 54)

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Everything is Proceeding

Everything is Proceeding

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Mr. Bill vs. The Cops

We looked at the Maryland Judiciary Case Search database, and it says that the complaint for the new peace order violation charge against Mr. Bill is a police officer. Hoge has mentioned the Carroll County Sheriff's Office, so we're guessing that a deputy sheriff filed the charge. Mr. Bill mentioned something on one his posts a few days ago about an investigation being conducted by a "Detective Murray." Perhaps he found something.

Footlongs

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Legal Speculation

We aren't lawyers, but we talked to a couple of guys who play them on the Internet …

Legal Speculation

Maybe there’s method to Hoge’s madness.

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The Name of the Game

W. J. J. Hoge got a second peace order against Mr. Bill, and Mr. Bill sent an email and a pingback comment to Hoge’s blog. Hoge must not have been amused because he filed a contempt of court petition. A hearing is scheduled at the end of January.

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