Periodically I check the Supreme Court filings portion of MNCIS to see if there is any new action in the Jill Clark disciplinary case. Clark's response to the "put up or shut up" order of the Supreme Court is expected soon but I am guessing it won't be public since it concerns her "health problems," by which I mean the fact she's as nutty as this carmel roll I'm eating at Hell's Kitchen; a freebie given to those who endure "the worst seat in the hellish house." No conclusive filing has yet hit MNCIS that concludes this drama over Clark's health issues in the course of her disciplinary proceeding.
However, today a filing appeared noting that on 9/7 the Minnesota State Supreme Court received Clark's purported "removal" to Wisconsin federal court. The dry little notation and title of the document gave no clue to the madness contained in such an attempted filing in a court with no jurisdiction. This blogger predicts the time left in Clark's active law license can be measured in days at most, hours and minutes more likely.
Stay tuned to this blog for the smallest detail as the story develops in this "lawyer goes loony" tale for the ages.