There is not a sin in this world that gets by Schmalfeldt. In fact, the intrepid reporter from Billy Boy Unread has decided that one of the individuals he is suing apparently brags too much about his wealth on the internet. This is a big fat no-no when Schmalfeldt struggles to pay rent at a run-down condo, and run a “hardly-listened-to-internet radio station” playing songs about poop he produced.
Even worse, he spams his few twitter robots continuously, hoping one of them will actually listen to one, or perhaps retweet one.
Chief Justice Pro-Se Prosecutor Bill S(chmalfeldt) Preston, esq. is all over the twitterz about process of service to Patrick Grady. He thinks that because an attorney has made an appearance on behalf of Grady, it means service has been effected. Continue reading
You’re not going to believe this.
Schmalfeldt is on the twitterz again talking about how others are going to stand before a Judge and explain why they caused Schmalfeldt so much butthurt.
In Schmalfeldt v. Grady et al, Bill Schmalfeldt makes a plea in his introduction to the Memorandum of Law in opposition to the motions filed by the defendants to dismiss the case, or at a minimum fix the complaint so it can be properly defended. Continue reading
Schmalfeldt just can’t help himself. While basking in the glory of his narrow escape from the clutches of John Hoge, he’s now turned himself back to his favorite target and makes more admissions against interest in his quest for justice. Continue reading
I do enjoy when certain smug individuals living in extended motels run their mouths about the scoreboards. Continue reading
You’re not going to believe this.. Continue reading
It’s Friday! For some of us, it’s been an excruciating long week. For many hard working, tax-paying Americans, the next couple of days bring welcomed relief.
For others, however, it’s the last Friday with a whole buncha lingerin’ questions.. Continue reading
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. Continue reading