No Settlement, No Discussion, No Negotiation

 

 

"...the law, [the man from the country] thinks, should be accessible to anyone at any time ..." Franz Kafka, The Trial.

An attorney's "first duty is to the courts and the public, not to the client, and wherever the duties to his client conflict with those he owes as an officer of the court in the administration of justice, the former must yield to the latter." Corpus Juris Secundum, Attorney & Client, Vol. 7, Sec. 4..

 

 

The Justice Factory: Ninth Appearance On Charge:

Harassment by Telephone

WHEN WE SAID SETTLEMENT, WE NEVER MEANT SETTLEMENT.

March 16, 2000 Court Appearance, Chicago Illinois, Branch 46, 1340 N. Michigan Ave.

I show up in court today as planned. I'm early but am called up towards the end of the session. My hippie-like friend, Lorenz, arrives to observe and support me. We spend a lot of time outside of the courtroom so that we can talk.

Bad prosecutor Patti Eshaei is skulking around the two courtrooms. Diedra is nowhere to be seen and when I'm finally called up, this time it's Jeremy Brenman back in charge of the case.

I'm hopeful for a settlement. When I get called up, I'm simply told that there will be no settlement and that I'll be getting discovery soon.

Lorenz advises me that I should have asked that more of motions be heard and that I should have pressed for whatever they currently have in the way of discovery.

I agree with him, but tell him I didn't come prepared for that and realize now that I should have. This is my first pro se case, and though I'm doing quite well in beating off the prosecutors still I make a lot of mistakes. And it's still hard to overcome the intimidation factor every time you're up before these beasts who have such power and little regard for you.

I'm disappointed but not surprised by today's outcome. These people have never yet done what they've said they're going to do. Every time I go in expecting to move on some motions, something else happens. Promised discovery, not yet delivered. Promised settlement, never called on about it, no negotiation ever discussed, just a blanket refusal.

Once back home, I start writing more complaints up against Brenman and Cato as well as mail off my complaints regarding Eshaei and Smith.

THIS IS JANE DOE FROM THE JUSTICE FRONT.
www.janedoesociety.org; click on members to get to my motions and reports on the case.

Case 999329469
13 & Michigan Ave, Chicago IL 60605. 312-341-2743 States Attorney; 312-341-2888, Clerk
Branch 46, Room 501

Next court day: March 23, 2000

 

 

 

   

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