October 13, 2009
Judge Land had a surge of testosterone and fined Orly Taitz $20K as sanction for bringing Capt Rhodes’ TRO before his mighty Court. He truly has no clue how that is not only going to piss Taitz off, it’s going to piss off a lot of her faithful, and things are going to get uglier than they already are. This is no longer a laughing matter. Anger and frustration are building and it’s going to come to head once Judge Carter rules in favor of barry’s motion to dismiss. And whatever happens, the anti-birthers, like Dave Weigel, who make a living off ridicule and sarcasm are going to be just as responsible.
For justice to be administered justly and efficiently, lawyers must understand the conditions that govern their privilege to practice law. Lawyers who do not understand those conditions are at best woefully unprepared to practice the profession and at worst a menace to it.
Abuse of privilege to practice law:
- Files complaints and motions without a reasonable basis for believing they are supported by existing law or by a modification or extension of existing law.
- Uses the court as a platform for a political agenda disconnected from any legal course of action.
- Personally attacks opposing parties and disrespects the integrity of the judiciary.
- Recklessly accuses a judge of violating the Judicial Code of Conduct beyond her dissatisfaction with the judge’s rulings.
Land’s sanction is based on violation of Rule 11 of the Federal of Civil Procedure.
Regrettably, the conduct of Counsel Orly Taitz has crossed these lines, and Ms Taitz must be sanctioned for her misconduct. After a full review of the sanctionable conduct, counsel’s conduct leading up to that and Counsel’s response to the Court’s show cause order, the Court finds that a monetary penalty of $20K shall be imposed on counsel Orly Taitz as punishment for her misconduct, as a deterrent to prevent future misconduct, and to protect the integrity of the Court.
As in, protect the integrity of his manhood.
The Court does not take lightly this action, and in fact, cannot recall having previously imposed monetary sanctions upon an attorney sua sponte.
Aka the judge acting on his own.
The Court takes no joy in reaching the conclusions it has reached in today’s order.
He allowed the hearing to go forward just so he could sanction her.
While the Court derives no pleasure from its imposition of sanctions upon counsel Orly Taitz, it likewise has no reservations about the necessity of doing so. A clearer case could not exist; a weaker message would not suffice.
Motion to recuse DENIED
Motion for more time DENIED
Sanctioned for misconduct for violation of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Sanction imposed: $20K
Payment due within 30 days.
Copy of order sent to California Bar.
Thanks to JACK RYAN.