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A Florida woman filed a brief that insulted the judge for his decision to dismiss her case.

Summary: A Florida woman who filed a civil rights lawsuit did not have all necessary parties sign the complaint. When it was dismissed, she filed a brief insulting the judge with excessive profanity.

It is not unusual for many litigants to feel frustrated with a judge’s ruling, but one Florida woman has decided to inform the court just how unsatisfied she is with the dismissal of her case. Her case was dismissed because it was not filed properly.

  
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A soap opera actress’ case was dismissed after she had a violent outburst in court.

According to the Huffington Post, Tamah Jada Clark, a self-described “Floridian-American” filed a brief that contained explicit language. In fact, Clark opened her brief with “F*ck This Court and Everything That It Stands For.”

So why is Clark so angry? Apparently, U.S. District Court Judge Willis B. Hunt dismissed her civil rights lawsuit on April 20. Clark was arrested in 2010 when she tried to help break her child’s father out of a Georgia prison. Clark was never prosecuted, but she filed a lawsuit alleging that her civil rights were violated when police detained her and interrogated her.

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Judge Hunt dismissed the case because Clark’s co-plaintiff, her husband, Jason Joseph Clark, did not sign the complaint. To Clark, however, this reasoning was not acceptable. She argued that the judge “end[s] [his] f*ckery by stating that the case is dismissed for good cause shown, and in the absence of opposition; however, you have not shown any good or legally valid cause—and you know it.”

In other parts of the brief, Clark calls the judge “despicable.” She argues that she told the “a*shole” judge that Jason “is [her] HUSBAND.” Interestingly, she then tells the judge, “Don’t you ever again in your mother*cking life attempt to disrespect me, my family, or our status again. Keep our names out of your unworthy mouth—you old, IMPOTENT geezer.”

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Clark also argues that she is very knowledgeable, since it took her “about 1 month to study the history of the world and to learn the history and inner workings of American jurisprudence, literally…Don’t you know that your FBI and CIA have been trying to recruit me since grade school?” Unfortunately, Clark’s study did not include the procedural rules for filing lawsuits.

The eloquent brief was first published online by Sarah Jeong (@sarahjeong), who shared a link on Scribd.

No word yet as to the court’s possible response to the brief.

Source: Huffington Post

Photo credit: mashable.com



 

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