Please send me a copy of the Rambam Book of Exhibits
Gary Kurtz, Esq
20335 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 200
Woodland Hills, CA
Los Angeles Superior Court, Rambam v Prytulak, BC271433
In his 12-May-2003 Minute Order, which the Court delivered to both you and me, the Honorable James R. Dunn instructs that I should apply to you for a copy of the 03-Oct-2002 Rambam Book of Exhibits. Therefore, I do hereby request a copy, and request that you bill me for your expense.
At the same time, I wonder if you would be able to cite authority for your having removed the Court copy that you had filed as an exhibit with the Los Angeles Superior Court, as my reading of the California Code of Civil Procedure indicates that such removal is unauthorized, as explained in my 07-Jun-2003 letter to the Honorable James R. Dunn, of which I have already mailed you a copy.
Please be advised that delay in producing the said Book of Exhibits may constitute unlawful interference with the proceedings of a reviewing court:
2003 California Rules of Court|
Rule 46.5. Sanctions to compel compliance
After the filing of a notice of appeal, the failure of any court reporter or clerk to perform a duty imposed on him by statute or these rules which delays the filing of the record on appeal is an unlawful interference with the proceedings of the reviewing court and may be treated as such in addition to or in lieu of any other sanction imposed by law for the same breach of duty.
This rule does not limit the reviewing court's power over other persons not enumerated, nor does it limit the nature of acts which may, under appropriate circumstances, constitute unlawful interference with the reviewing court's proceedings.
James R Dunn, Judge LASC 111 North Hill Street Los Angeles, CA USA 90012