Will the US 9th Circuit Court Free Attorney Richard I Fine From LA County Jail?
Los Angeles CA. June 6, 2009, After 93 days in L. A. County Central Men’s Jail in solitary confinement, on a Civil Contempt of Court sentence, prominent Anti-Trust attorney Richard I. Fine has had enough. Jailed following his attempt to disqualify Judge David Yaffe, for failing to disclose taking illegal payments from L.A. County,who was a party to the case involved,(Marina Strand Colony II Homeowners vs County of L.A.) Fine has finally taken matters into his own hands by filing with the U. S. 9th Circuit U S Court of Appeals, asking for immediate release from jail due to the failure of the lower court to act.
Mr. Fine is representing himself “in pro-per” and has now been assigned a 9th Circuit Court file number (File No. 09-71692) and placed on the official Court PACER website where the next steps in his on-going battle with the California Superior Court will be posted for all to see. Grounds and Supporting Facts for his petition are available here: at this URL: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/news/2009/06/breaking-news-u-s-9th-circuit-court-to.html
According to Mr.Fred Sottile, Volunteer Staff Coordinator for the FREE RICHARD FINE committee, the 9th Circuit Court Clerk “Bradley” contacted him by telephone, June 3, 2009, regarding the following actions of the Court saying, “Because this Writ should have been handled by the lower (Central District) Court, and because it was their responsibility to act on the original Habeas Corpus filing, we are returning the $455 filing fee as it would be improper for us to accept it.”
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