Attorney (For The Time Being) Jill Clark, who is facing an October 17 hearing about whether her law license should be placed on "disability inactive" status, still has a filing on life support in the federal court of Western Wisconsin; this despite not paying filing fees AND the court not having jurisdiction AND the state of Iowa taking about one day to deal with a filing by Clark.
Today a letter came into my hands in regard to...
...the crazy Wisconsin "cheesehead filing" by Clark. The letter was written by an assistant state attorney general and, well, it's quite a missive. High points of the letter include
1.) Clark hasn't paid filing fees.
2.) Wisconsin doesn't have jurisdiction.
3.) Clark is apparently violating the order of a federal judge in Minnesota by her crazy Wisconsin filing which to some degree concerns her disciplinary case.
4.) Helpful case law explaining why the Wisconsin court can just go ahead and dismiss, really.
5.) A promise that if Wisconsin doesn't dismiss on the strength of the letter, Minnesota's Office of the Attorney General will bring a formal motion for dismissal.
Click here to read the letter.
We are in the end game portion of Clark's law career but she still has a few pieces on the board, and she's moving them frantically yet erratically. October 17 promises to be a memorable spectacle like the climactic scene in the movie And Justice For All.
No, YOU'RE OUT OF ORDER! YOU'RE OUT OF ORDER! THIS WHOLE TRIAL IS OUT OF ORDER!!!!