May 5, 2013
On Friday attorney Andrew Campbell filed his notice, claiming that I failed to oppose his motion for judgment and that my response to his motion was due after 14 days, on Thursday. I spent several hours searching the web, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedures and the local rules to see whether the rules had changed to no longer provide for the additional 3 days for "mailing" when filing electronically. I filed my request for an extension to respond (which he opposed) just before midnight -- after a LONG day, driving a neighbor to the airport in Las Vegas.
Just now I found the answer loud and clear in the ECF FAQ:
The Federal Rules governing the computation of deadlines still apply to all filed documents, including those file electronically, so the 3-day mailing time would apply as provided by the Rules.
May 5, 2013
A very late update:
Judge David Campbell had NOTHING to say. If he had just a shred of integrity, he would have sanctioned attorney Andrew Campbell for this incredibly low blow.
For reasons unknown to me, my case was later reassigned to another judge and incredibly, I heard that scum sucking bottom feeding creditor attorney Andrew Campbell became an administrative law judge.
This 33rd degree moron is now a judge!
And I'm dealing with new scum sucking bottom feeding creditor lawyers just like David Campbell. There's no shortage of lawyers who'll do anything for a buck. The devil's henchmen ...
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