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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Ind. Decisions - More on "Blogger Wants Ind. Supreme Court To Reconsider His Case, With One Less Justice"

Updating this ILB post from June 9th, this morning the Brewington docket shows the follow new entries:

Chronological Case Summary

06-02-2014 NOTICE OF APPEARANCE BY DANIEL P. BREWINGTON, PRO SE APPELLANT
(2) CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE (2) MAIL 06/02/14
ENTERED ON 06/11/14 MS
06-04-2014 APPELLANT'S PRO SE VERIFIED MOTION FOR JUDICIAL DISQUALIFICATION
OF THE HONORABLE JUSTICE LORETTA RUSH (6) CERTIFICATE OF
SERVICE (6) BY MAIL 06/04/14.
ENTERED ON 06/11/14 KSB
06-02-2014 APPELLANT'S PRO SE PETITION FOR REHEARING (9) CERTIFICATE OF
SERVICE (9) BY MAIL 06/03/14.
ENTERED ON 06/11/14 KSB
06-06-2014 ****** ABOVE ENTRY MAILED ******
ILB: The ILB has asked this question before (during the J.Brown disciplinary hearings). Why does it sometimes take so long for the Clerk's Office to make docket entries? In this case, the lag has been 9 days.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on June 12, 2014 09:29 AM
Posted to Indiana Decisions