A FAQ Recently - Have We Heard Anything About the Case?
The answer is no we have not. For a summary of where we are legally at with this case in general, and for any possible update comments, one should usually check the link for the Summary of Latest Court Activity in the right frame of this blog. For your convenience the link and today's update comment is repeated here: Summary of Latest Court Activity. Charles Kerchner, Lead Plaintiff.
Case Update 30 Aug 2009: There are currently two motions before Judge Simandle and he is now late in ruling on both. The Defendents' Motion to Dismiss had a return date of 3 Aug 2009 and thus the Judge is 4 weeks late in that ruling. The Plaintiffs' Cross-Motion to grant leave retroactively to the Plaintiffs and allow the 2nd Amended Complaint to stand in the case and not be stricken had a return date of 17 Aug 2009 and thus the Judge is 2 weeks late in that ruling. And according to the federal rule on amending cases the regs say that the Judge should be very liberal in granting such leave. Thus making a decision on the second motion aforementioned should be rather easy for the Judge. But it appears that he is choosing to address them both together and is taking his time in doing it. There is nothing we can do to speed up a Federal Judge. Charles Kerchner, Lead Plaintiff.
POL P&E Efforts Update 30 Aug 2009: Link to latest advertorial-31 Aug 09 in the Washington Times National Weekly, page 9. To learn how you can help us continue this advertising and educational drive please visit: http://www.protectourliberty.org/. Charles Kerchner, Lead Plaintiff.