Posting Court Documents on Internet: You may think you won. The Court’s Vengeance
This article is part of our Pro Se Litigant series, case: Torres v. Torres – Know Thy Judge
The Plaintiffs in the case Torres v. Torres won the motion to post documents on the Internet as told in our article, Court Documents on Internet – 1st Amendment Upheld! To protect the litigants in what was an ongoing case, that story was drastically toned down. Now see the true stories, along with official Court Transcripts of what certainly appears to us to be threats by Judge Christopher J. Muse against those same litigants.
It appears that toning down the story, Court Documents on Internet – 1st Amendment Upheld!, did no good, as Judge Muse threw out the Pro Se Litigants’ case. However, he was overturned by the Massachusetts Court of Appeals based on arguments by the Pro Se Litigants.
Related Stories regarding Judge Muse:
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- Attorney Jeremy M. Carter & Judge Christopher J. Muse Caught On Tape
- Clear examples of why the election of Judges is long overdue: Judges Christopher J. Muse & Shirley R. Lewis
- See what Attorneys and Pro Se Litigants are openly posting about Judge Christopher J. Muse.