It seems as though a certain individual has this idea that because something wasn’t explicitly said, doesn’t make it true.
Let’s say you’re in a court case and the court publishes a routine order that conforms to existing precedent – for example, say, hypothetically, a pro-se plaintiff is given a Roseboro Order.
In this order, the prosecutor pro-se plaintiff is instructed on the procedures outlined during the various phases and what their responsibility is as part of the process.
Now why a Chief Justice Pro-Se Prosecutor of Twitter Court needs one of these is beyond me, but my guess is the reputation of such an esteemed individual has yet to reach, and be fully realized by the court.
Anyway, here is the tweet..
And in violating Twitter TOS (not really), as explained by the Chief Justice Pro Se Prosecutor, here is the relevant and now illegal image from the tweet:
Um, just so you know, the court isn’t going to tell you what is technically wrong with your responses in this order. This order is only informing you of the process per court precedent, most likely after reading whatever it is you filed. A court will never stop to say “Hey, you’re stepping on your own crank, go back and fix it” in any order. If it decides to render an opinion, it’ll be too late.
With that being said,