Fifth Circuit

A ‘Protracted’ Litigation Ends with a Curt Opinion

Aggressive Opinions from the Fifth Circuit are on the rise in 2018 as they seek to clear the docket for another year. In this particular Opinion, it’s concludes it spits out that the litigants are pro se and it’s a protracted case.

SMITH, JERRY E.

WIENER, JACQUES L. (JR.)

WILLETT, DON R.

Aggressive Opinions from the Fifth Circuit are on the rise in 2018 as they seek to clear the docket for another year.

In this particular Opinion, it’s concludes it spits out that the litigants are pro se and it’s a protracted case.

Apparently the Fifth forgets that it took years for the lenders to start foreclosures and then when they did they had to creatively recreate the foreclosure paperwork….but let’s not talk about that…

“Plaintiffs-Appellants Patrick O’Brien Murphy and Beverly Murphy, proceeding pro se in this protracted litigation that involves the foreclosure of the mortgage against their residence by Defendant-Appellee HSBC Bank USA, seek reversal of the district court’s adverse summary judgment.

Panel consisted of: SMITH, WIENER & WILLETT

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