Tuesday, July 9, 2019

This is just a "test!" (Part 2)

Ok, so picking up on where I left off and I'll try to just "cut to the chase" a little bit here, as I need to run out soon and do an errand. Let's just continue on as a "Guest" user and not worry about logging in as a "Registered User," for the time being. Fine, no problem. 

Where were we? Oh right, so let's just click on the left side of this link and search the public docket for free as a guest user (no registration required). For your convenience, here is the link again: https://applications.mypalmbeachclerk.com/eCaseView/

Now, once you continue on as a Guest and then certify that you're "not a robot" in order to proceed, it should take you to this page: https://applications.mypalmbeachclerk.com/eCaseView/search.aspx

From here, you want to type in my name so that we can bring up my legal cases at the 15th Judicial Circuit, in Palm Beach County, Florida, which is part of Florida's state legal system (as opposed to the federal legal system), in which case you can search federal cases by going to https://www.pacer.gov/, but I don't want to confuse you at this point, so let's just stick to the state legal system in Florida and specifically, the 15th Judicial Circuit, which covers Palm Beach County, Florida.

Now, I have a pretty common name, apparently, so if you just type in my first and last name, DAVID LERNER, you're going to get a boatload of cases, the majority of which are not mine and have nothing to do with me. In order to weed out and single out just my cases, you should also input my middle name, which is ARTHUR, and that will bring up my all of my cases and only my cases that I'm "involved in" I guess. This whole thing is so surreal to me that it's just really weird for me at times that this is actually like, "real life." 

Anyway, please type in my full name into the "search criteria" and then at the bottom, click on "search" and it should bring you to this page below. I'll also include a picture of how you should be entering my name (first) and then a picture of what you should see. Again, I'm trying to make this as easy as possible for "us." 

Just go ahead and click on the very first case, at the very top and then click on click on "Docket and Documents" and then click on Docket #4, which should look like this and you can go ahead and download the document straight from the docket (pretty cool stuff right). I'll include some additional pictures of what it should look like, what you should click on so you can download it for yourself (to keep me honest) and then I'll post a picture of what the publicly available document should look like after you've downloaded it. 

So, you'll want to click on Docket Number 4, which says, " ORDER REASSIGNING INDIRECT CRIMINAL CONTEMPT CASE TO JUDGE JAMIE GOODMAN (DIVISION FX) and it should look like this (very publicly available document) below. Well, actually, it's going to bring up 2 pages, which are "essentially" the same thing, so I'll just paste 1 page and I'm going to take it a step further and act "out of an abundance" of caution and just "blackout/redact" the address for one of the Petitioners, for privacy sake (among other things). 

I know, it's weird, "their address" is all over the place, on the public docket, including the felony cases, but I just personally don't feel comfortable putting their address online (I've learned a lot, trust me). I honestly wish the public docket didn't have their address anywhere, at all, but it does, all over the place, but at this point and being that I now have some certain restrictions I need to follow, I just don't want to "go near there," literally or figuratively, so here's a picture of what you should see and what I want you to "examine" with me, as "this particular example" has nothing to do with the Petitioners.

In this one particular example, it has everything to do with the Chief Judge of the 15th Judicial Circuit, Palm Beach County Florida, which would be CHIEF JUDGE KRISTA MARX, per below. Note: you should be able to click on the picture below to enlarge it on your screen and make it a little easier to read if you need to. 

Hmmm, does this "look right" to you? Let me get more specific and quote directly from the Chief Judge Krista Marx's "ORDER," which says, "The Chief Judge is required to designate another judge to hear the indirect criminal contempt matter pursuant to Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.840(e) and the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration." 

OK, so we need to take a look at 2 things I guess then. First would be the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure and the second would be the Florida Rules of Judicial Administration. That's easy enough and I'll paste them both below for your convenience. After this, I really gotta run out for a bit, but hopefully, I'll be back later or in the next few days and we can help "analyze" the Chief Judge's order and we'll see if we can spot any "flaws" with it. I mean, that's "assuming" (which we never like to do, never "assume") that there is "something wrong" with it. 

So, here are Florida's Rules of Criminal Procedure and you can do yourself a favor by just skipping to Rule 3.840(e), which starts on page 284, but make sure to be precise and look at page 285 as that's where part (e) is of Rule 3.840(e), as we are specifically examining what Chief Judge Krista Marx wrote and cited in reassigning this case. See what "you think" about this order from the Chief Judge of the 15th Judicial Circuit, Palm Beach County, FL. 

Also, for "our reference," here are Florida's Rules of Judicial Administration, which she also cited in her order:


I'll hopefully be back later to pick up the discussion and offer my own, personal analysis (that is if they don't arrest me or something...I should probably let my criminal defense attorney know about this, huh?) I mean, did you see the latest "stunt" that got pulled on me with an intentionally falsified VOP (Violation of Probation) Report (carried out with full and complete knowledge, beyond just deliberate ignorance or reckless disregard, but full knowledge with a capital "K") and how they issued an arrest warrant for me? Luckily, we were able to get that warrant recalled and the entire VOP report dismissed, but I wouldn't put anything past them at this point. 

I'm ready if you're ready. 

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