Appellate Circuit

A 5th Circuit 3-Panel Reconsideration of Single Judge James Dennis’s Order is Necessary

The Local Rule 27.1.1 allows fourteen days to submit a motion for reconsideration of a single judge’s order.

LIT UPDATE

JUNE 8, 2021

The Fifth Circuit replied to the Burkes renewed motion with a cover letter which notices the Burkes that they’ve changed the Pro Se rules in June 2021 as a personal vendetta against the elder litigants.

The Burkes have communicated via email for a lengthy period of time and the court accepted those communications. Now the appellate court has made another sweeping change to the rules for no good cause, but they forget LIT are always data hungry and the meta data on the new rules (PDF) confirms the mercenary tactics.

Watch the short video below for a detailed explanation.

JUNE 7, 2021

The Burkes filed  a renewed motion for reconsideration of a single judges order tonight after waiting all day for the court to reply via email, which it did not. It is shown below.

LIT COMMENTARY

This is a follow up on the last article (or many) about the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit re the Burkes case[s]. Today the Burkes responded to the last order issued by Judge James Dennis, for the court. Below is the motion for an extension of time to file a motion for reconsideration of a single judge’s order by the 3-panel.

Date: Wed, May 19, 2021 at 2:04 PM

From: <cmecf_caseprocessing@ca5.uscourts.gov>
Date: Wed, May 19, 2021 at 2:04 PM
Subject: 19-20267 Burke v. Ocwen Loan Servicing “Unfiled Document”
To: <kajongwe@gmail.com>

***NOTE TO PUBLIC ACCESS USERS*** Judicial Conference of the United States policy permits attorneys of record and parties in a case (including pro se litigants) to receive one free electronic copy of all documents filed electronically, if receipt is required by law or directed by the filer. PACER access fees apply to all other users. To avoid later charges, download a copy of each document during this first viewing.

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
Notice of Docket Activity

The following transaction was entered on 05/19/2021 at 1:50:57 PM CDT and filed on 05/14/2021

Case Name: Burke v. Ocwen Loan Servicing
Case Number: 19-20267
Document(s): Document(s)

Docket Text:

DOCUMENT RECEIVED – NO ACTION TAKEN. No action will be taken at this time on the motion for reconsideration of single judge’s order received from Appellants Ms. Joanna Burke and Mr. John Burke in 19-20267 because the motion is premature, as the extension motion is still pending with the court [19-20267, 20-20209] (JMW)

Date: Fri, May 28, 2021 at 3:01 PM (Memorial Day Weekend)

From: <cmecf_caseprocessing@ca5.uscourts.gov>
Date: Fri, May 28, 2021 at 3:01 PM
Subject: 19-20267 Burke v. Ocwen Loan Servicing “Non Dispositive Court Order denying extend time to file rehearing”
To: <kajongwe@gmail.com>

***NOTE TO PUBLIC ACCESS USERS*** Judicial Conference of the United States policy permits attorneys of record and parties in a case (including pro se litigants) to receive one free electronic copy of all documents filed electronically, if receipt is required by law or directed by the filer. PACER access fees apply to all other users. To avoid later charges, download a copy of each document during this first viewing.
PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL AS IT ORIGINATES FROM AN UNATTENDED EMAIL ADDRESS.

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
Notice of Docket Activity

The following transaction was entered on 05/28/2021 at 2:56:44 PM CDT and filed on 05/28/2021

Case Name: Burke v. Ocwen Loan Servicing
Case Number: 19-20267
Document(s): Document(s)

Docket Text:

COURT ORDER denying Motion to extend the time to file a petition for rehearing filed by Appellant Mr. John Burke [9572022-2] [19-20267, 20-20209] (JMW)

Shipwrecked Orders from the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

What you are about to read is a mere snippet of abuse of elders in relation to their appeal(s) at the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Pro Se Filers Face Capricious Clerks and Ambiguous Local Rules At the Federal Fifth Circuit

Pro se’s are being held to a higher standard than the laws and rules require and/or not being applied in a consistent manner. Pro se’s should not be penalized for court errors and capricious clerks.

We’re Talkin’ Clerks and Impartiality. One Judge is Talkin’ at the ABA about Nazi Judges

The Clerk has denied the Burkes’ first request for an extension of time in this case. The decision is unfair, based on the history of the Clerks’ decisions on motions relative to time.

A 5th Circuit 3-Panel Reconsideration of Single Judge James Dennis’s Order is Necessary
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