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Can the Los Angeles Superior Court sabotage appeals?

"In my many complaints of prejudicial treatment by the Los Angeles Superior Court, the unanimous reply has been that my remedy lay in appeal." Lubomyr Prytulak


Lubomyr Prytulak
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21 April 2003


Robert A. Dukes, Presiding Judge
Los Angeles Superior Court
111 North Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA
USA     90012


Re:
Los Angeles Superior Court, Rambam v Prytulak, BC271433
California Court of Appeal, Rambam v Prytulak, B166388


Robert A. Dukes:

The California Court of Appeal instructs me that unless I submit a copy of the judgment from Rambam v Prytulak BC271433 by 28-April-2003, my appeal will be dismissed.  The James R. Dunn judgment in question is dated 20-Mar-2003.  I have never seen this judgment, and I have requested a copy of it in three letters to James R. Dunn dated 28-Mar-2003, 11-Apr-2003, and 16-Apr-2003, each of which was copied to you and to other senior judges on the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Currently outstanding in my request for copies of documents from the Los Angeles Superior Court are the following four, the first of which is the judgment in question, and whose absence threatens to abort my appeal:

  1. A copy of the 20-Mar-2003 judgment in Rambam v Prytulak

  2. A copy of the book of exhibits marked 1 through 13 which supported Steven Rambam's testimony of 03-Oct-2002

  3. A copy of the motion and minute order for 19-Mar-2003 (which mysterious motion was granted)

  4. A copy of the motion and minute order for 25-Mar-2003 (which mysterious motion was continued)

In my many complaints of prejudicial treatment by the Los Angeles Superior Court, the unanimous reply has been that my remedy lay in appeal.  Now that I am pursuing the appellate process, however, I find that the Court blocks my sole remedy.  My acquisition of a document the Court might have sent me spontaneously necessitates that I engage in a letter-writing campaign and that I suffer expenses such as the cost of FedExing the instant request to you.  I cannot imagine that my not forwarding in advance the 57-cent-per-page charge for photocopying the judgment could be the Los Angeles Superior Court's justification for denying me a copy, as the Court does have $100 of my money on deposit to cover just such expenses connected with my appeal.





Lubomyr Prytulak

cc:
Clerk's Office, California Court of Appeal • 300 South Spring Street, Room 2217 • Los Angeles, CA • USA 90013
James A Bascue, Judge • USDC • 312 North Spring Street • Los Angeles, CA • USA 90012
John A Clarke, Executive Officer/Clerk • LASC • PO Box 151, Main Post Office • Los Angeles, CA • USA 90053
James R. Dunn, Judge • LASC • 111 North Hill Street • Los Angeles, CA • USA 90012
Gary Klausner, Judge • USDC • 255 East Temple Street, Courtroom 850 • Los Angeles, CA • USA 90012
Carolyn B Kuhl, Supervising Judge, Civil Departments • LASC • 111 North Hill Street • Los Angeles, CA • USA 90012
Gary Kurtz, Esq • 20335 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 200 • Woodland Hills, CA • USA 91364
William A MacLaughlin, Assistant Presiding Judge • LASC • 111 North Hill Street • Los Angeles, CA • USA 90012
S James Otero, Judge • USDC • 312 North Spring Street, Courtroom 1600 • Los Angeles, CA • USA 90012
Barry A Taylor, Judge • LASC • 6230 Sylmar Avenue • Van Nuys, CA • USA 91401
Bernadette Torivio, Executive Secretary • CJP • 455 Golden Gate Avenue, Suite 14400 • San Francisco, CA • USA 94102-3660


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