Orly has filed a petitition with the California Supreme Court under the Court’s original jurisdiction.
The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction in proceedings for extraordinary relief in the nature of mandamus, certiorari, and prohibition. The court also has original jurisdiction in habeas corpus proceedings (Cal. Const., art. VI, § 10).
Her filing was initially denied by the Court’s clerk but they changed their mind and allowed Orly to file after all. Expect a denial by tomorrow morning 🙂
Orly is confused
Breaking news! Supreme Court of CA to rule whether Obama should be declared illegitimate for theU.S. Presidency due to his use of forged IDs and a fraudulently obtained CT Social Security number. Loss of 55 CA electoral votes will certainly mean new elections in the U.S.
Uh, the Supreme Court may deny to heat the case. And new elections? Really… Not gonna happen.
Once it receives a petition for review, the court has at least 60 days in which to make its decision. It assigns the case to legal staff to draft a conference memorandum, which summarizes the case facts, outlines the issues, and makes a recommendation to the court whether the case presents sufficiently important issues for review. A decision to review is made at the court’s weekly conference—at which over 250 petitions are usually considered—if at least four justices vote to accept a particular case for review.
Court data last updated: 12/05/2012 12:05 PM
Supreme Court Case: S207078
Court of Appeal Case(s): no data found
Case Caption: NOONAN v. BOWEN
Case Category: Original Proceeding – Civil
Start Date: 12/04/2012
Case Status: case initiated
Case Citation: none
Cross Referenced Cases: No Cross Referenced Cases Found
Case Number S207078Date Description Notes
12/04/2012 Petition for writ of mandate/prohibition with request for stay filed Petitioner: Noonan, Edward
Attorney: Orly TaitzPetitioner: MacLeran, Thomas Gregory
Attorney: Orly TaitzPetitioner: Judd, Keith
Attorney: Orly TaitzPetitioner: Taitz, Orly, Dr.
Attorney: Orly Taitz