Who needs an attorney in a civil suit against the government when the defendants have a senior united states district court judge representing them?
2. 9th CIRCUIT CASES
4. CASE HISTORY
5. DISTRICT COURT FILINGS & RULINGS
A. Complaint & Amended Complaint Order
B. Amended Complaint & Case Dismissed Without Prejudice
C. Rule 60(b) Motion For Relief From Judgment & Rule 60(b) Motion Denied
I call bullshit on the ruling by senior united states district court judge frank zapata for the district of arizona-Tucson for bias. My case was thrown out by zapata for supposedly failing to state of claim upon which relief could be granted but my complaint and amended complaint were not even close to being as deficient as zapata tried to claim. I’ll get to that later.
I ended up having to file an appeal to the 9th circuit to challenge zapata’s ruling. However, once a u.s. district judge like zapata rules against a pro se litigant like me then the pro se litigant is screwed unless someone steps up to the plate, which no one did, but as I have already written the deck is stacked against poorer people that cannot afford an attorney.
(see the page titled 5 – Federal Case for the rest as it goes into significant detail regarding the civil suit)
(all of the relevant documents can be found on the Documents page)