Hi kids, the bunker is entering summer hibernation mode just like the rest of us but before it does let's take a peek at what the swillers have been swilling this week:
Jenkins v. Motorola:
Poor pro se litigant Oza B. Jenkins.
All she wants to do is file lots and lots of paper against Motorola in court.
I'm sure it's good paper, quality paper, perhaps even "white-bond" paper (youngsters, ask your senior partners -- when they show up -- about this).
But NOOOOOO, says Judge Shepherd:
In Jenkins v. Motorola, Inc., 36 Fla. L. Weekly D832 (Fla. 3d DCA Apr. 20, 2011), this court ordered Oza B. Jenkins to show cause why she should not be precluded from filing further pro se appeals in this court, arising out of lower tribunal number 04-1420. Ms. Jenkins timely filed her response, and Motorola, Inc. its reply.Well that should solve everything, don't you agree?
Upon consideration of Ms. Jenkins’ response, the reply of Motorola, Inc., and this court’s independent review of the many filings made by Ms. Jenkins in this court, Ms. Jenkins hereby is barred from filing further pro se proceedings in this court arising out of lower tribunal number 04-1420. See Sibley v. Sibley, 885 So. 2d 980, 985 (Fla. 3d DCA 2004). We direct the clerk of this court to reject any further filings on Ms. Jenkins’ behalf, arising out of lower tribunal number 04-1420, unless signed by a member of the Florida Bar.