Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2008 08:16:21 -0800To: "sarah overton"
, kdicarlo@cmda- law.com, "D. Brett Bianco" From: joseph zernik Subject: Rules of Court. Time if of the essence! Your timelyresponse demanded by Friday, Nov 14, 2008, 5:00pmCc: firstname.lastname@example.org, Fklunder@lasuperiorcourt.org, and about 20 other attorneys, including attorneys for the judiciary committees of the House and Senate, and Civil Right Attorneys on the Consent Decree of LA.Nov 13, 2008Att. Sarah OvertonAtt K. DiCarloAtt D Bret BiancoCounsel for the Los Angeles Superior CourtRE: Rules of CourtTime if of the essence! Your timely response demanded by Friday,Nov 14, 2008, 5:00pmAtt Overton, Att DiCarlo, Att Bianco:The offices of Presiding Judge Stephen Czuleger and the office ofClerk/Executive Officer John Clarke have refused to answer anyquestions for a while, and both offices referred me to you forresponses.The following questions are not asked as part of any litigation.These questions are not asked as part of any discovery process.These questions are asked by a U.S. citizen whose civil rightshave been abused by the LA Superior Court for the past three yearsunder the color of law. The rules listed below are all rules thatthe court should have published pursuant to Rule Making EnablingAct 28 U.S.C. §§ 2071 - 2077, but failed to do so for over aquarter century.Copy is emailed to Mr Martin Berg, Editor of the Daily Journal,who is also refusing to answer any questions in this regard. Copyis also emailed to Mr Fred Klunder, Chief Information Officer ofthe Court, with the expectation that he review such responses andverify them.Failure to respond must be deemed as admission of such statementsas listed below.Please confirm or deny the following statements.A. Case Registration and Assignment Procedures1) Samaan v Zernik (SC087400) is not a valid litigation of theState of California Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles.2) Liu v Zernik (BC370642) is not a valid litigation of the Stateof California Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles.3) Judge Jacqueline Connor never had Samaan v Zernik duly assignedto her as judge.4) Judge John Segal never had Samaan v Zernik duly assigned to himas judge.5) Judge Terry Friedman never had Samaan v Zernik duly assigned tohim as judge.B. Sustain - General6) The LA Superior Court installed around 1985 Sustain as its casemanagement system.7) The Honorable Ronald George, today the Chief Justice of theCalifornia Supreme Court, served at that time in leadershippositions in the LA Superior Court.8) Sustain was procured from a company by the same or similar name.9) Sustain was procured from a company controlled by the DailyJournal.10) The court has procured services related to maintenance ofSustain after its initial installation from a company controlledby the Daily Journal.11) The operating rule in the LA Superior Court is "Sustain isprivileged - for the court only".C. Sustain - Specific Features12) Sustain includes a feature, which allows to dispose/void aminute order by entering an invalid "Date Minutes Entered" such as"00/00/00" or "33/33/33".13) In Samaan v Zernik, Jacqueline Connor, John Segal, and TerryFriedman, used the feature described in 12).14) Sustain Case History allows users to enter arbitrary filingdates, even if such dates are prior to the filing of the complaint.15) In Samaan v Zernik the court of Judge Connor made such entriesas described in 14) on page 1 of Case History in July 2007, butthe filing dates listed were earlier than the date the complaintwas filed (Oct 25, 2005).16) One of the entries described in 15) listed Countrywide HomeLoans, Inc, as "Real Parties in Interest".17) Between December 2007 and April 2008 (April 2008 included),the Court of Judge Connor removed such entries as described in 15)from Case History page 1, without any visible notation.18) Sustain Register of Actions includes rules such as: For anaction to be registered in the Register of Actions as a valid,adjudicated court action, it must be listed first as a valid"Event", and it must also be listed as a valid "Event Complete".19) Sustain Register of Actions includes rules such as: Under an"Event" listing, only one court action may be validly registered.20) In Samaan v Zernik any "Event" listing that included morethan one court actions, only one of these actions, if any, wastruly registered as a valid, adjudicated court action.21) In Liu v Zernik, and also in Samaan v Zernik, any event thatwas never listed as an "Event Complete", was never trulyregistered as a valid, adjudicated court action.22) Sustain includes specific rules for the valid registration andfor the valid entry of Judgements and Orders that are appealable.23) In Samaan v Zernik, Judge Connor never completed valid entry,as required in Sustain, of Judgment by Court per CCP section 437con Aug 9, 2007.24) In Samaan v Zernik, Judge Segal never completed valid entry,as required in Sustain, of Order Appointing David PasternakReceiver, on Nov 9, 2007.25) Sustain recognizes only specific natural language terms asvalid court actions in the "Event" listing.26) "Ex-parte Application" is a valid term recognized by Sustainas a court action when listed as an "Event".27) "Exparte proceeding" is not a valid term recognized by Sustainas a court action when listed as an "Event".28) "Demurrer" is a valid term recognized by Sustain as a courtaction when listed as an "Event".29) "Hearing on Demurrer" is not a valid term recognized bySustain as a court action when listed as an "Event".D. Other Rules of Court30) There is no relationship between the published Rules of Courtof LA Superior Court relative to the entry of Judgment and thatwhich is in fact the practice of the court today.31) The LA Superior Court denies the pubic access to the trueRegisters of Actions, the true Calendars of the Court, the trueIndex of All Cases and the true Book of Judgments, if such Booksof Court exist at all, in any media including, but not limited topaper, digital, microfilm, tape, etc.Thank you for your cooperation in this matter, which holdssubstantial significance to all 9.5 millions that the LA SuperiorCourt claims to serve.Joseph Zernik
Thursday, November 13, 2008
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