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In re Orly Taitz - 2013-01-13 - #933 - PETITION for Writ of Mandamus, filed in 5th Circuit (No. 13-60024)

In re Orly Taitz - 2013-01-13 - #933 - PETITION for Writ of Mandamus, filed in 5th Circuit (No. 13-60024)

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In re Orly Taitz - 2013-01-13 - #933 - PETITION for Writ of Mandamus, filed in 5th Circuit (No. 13-60024)
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Emergency Petition Seeking to Expedite a Ruling on Motion for Default Judgment Against Commissioner of Social Security Michal Astrue.
In re Orly Taitz - 2013-01-13 - #933 - PETITION for Writ of Mandamus, filed in 5th Circuit (No. 13-60024)
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Emergency Petition Seeking to Expedite a Ruling on Motion for Default Judgment Against Commissioner of Social Security Michal Astrue.

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IN THE FIFTH
CIRCUIT
COURT OF APPEALS
U.S.
COURT
OF
APPEA
RECEIVED
lS
2013
JAN
I
0
AH
g:
IN
RE
PETITIONER
ORLY
TAITZ
37
FIFTH
CIRCUIT
EMERGENCY
PETITION
FOR
A
WRIT OF
MANDAMUS
TO
EXPEDITE
A
RULING
ON
A
MOTIO~
FORDEFAULT
JUDGMENT
AGAINST
COMMISSIONER
OF
SOCIALSECURITYMICHAELASTRUEUNDER FRAP
RULE
21
TAITZ
ET
AL
V
DEMOCRATIC
PARTY
OF
MISSISSIPPI
ET AL
US DISTRICT
COURT
FOR
THE
SOUTHERN
DISTRICT
OF
MISSISSIPPI
3:12-CV-0280
PETITIONER/PLAINTIFF
DR.
ORLYTAITZ, ESQ
13-60024
29839
SANTA MARGARITA,
STE
100
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA,
CA
92688
PH.
949-683-5411
FAX
949-766-7603
ORLY.
TAITZ@GMAJL.COM
Taitz et
al
v Democratic Party
et
al
Petition
for
a
Writ
of
Mandamus
to
expedite ruling 1
Case: 13-60024 Document: 00512108933 Page: 1 Date Filed: 01/10/2013
 
EMERGENCY
PETITIONFOR
A
WRIT OF
MANDAMUS
FRAP 21. Writs
of
Mandamus and Prohibition, and OtherExtraordinary Writs(a) Mandamus
or
Prohibition to a Court: Petition, Filing, Service, andDocketing.
(1) A party petitioning for a writ
of
mandamus
or
prohibition directed to acourt must file a petition with the circuit clerk with
proof
of
service on allparties to the proceeding
in
the trial court. The party must also provide acopy to the trial-court judge. All parties to the proceeding in the trial courtother than the petitioner are respondents for all purposes.
(2)
(A) The petition must be titled "In re [name
of
petitioner]."(B) The petition must state:
(i)
the relief sought;(ii) the issues presented;(iii) the facts necessary to understand the issue presented by the petition;and(iv) the reasons why the writ should issue.
Taitz
et
al
v Democratic Party
et
al
Petition for a Writ
of
Mandamus
to
expedite ruling 2
Case: 13-60024 Document: 00512108933 Page: 2 Date Filed: 01/10/2013
 
(C) The petition must include a copy
of
any order or opinion or parts
of
the record that may be essential to understand the matters set forth in thepetition.(3) Upon receiving the prescribed docket fee, the clerk must docket thepetition and submit it to the court.(c)
Other
Extraordinary
Writs.
An
application for an extraordinary writ other than one provided for inRule
21
(a) must be made by filing a petition with the circuit clerk withproof
of
service on the respondents. Proceedings on the application mustconfonn, so far as is practicable, to the procedures prescribed in Rule
2l(a)
and (b).(d)
Form
of
Papers;
Number
of
Copies.All papers must conform to Rule 32(c)(2). Except by the court'spermission, a paper must not exceed 30 pages, exclusive
of
the disclosurestatement, the proof
of
service, and the accompanying documents requiredby Rule 2l(a)(2)(C). An original and 3 copies must be filed unless thecourt requires the filing
of
a different number by local rule or by order in aparticular case.
RELIEF
SOUGHT
PETITIOM:R
IS
SEEKING
A
WRIT
OF
MANDAMUS
FOR
THE LOWER
COURT
TO
EXPEDITE
THE
DEFAULT
JUDGMENT
AND
POSTJUDGMENT
DISCOVERY
AGAINSTDEFENDANT
COMMISSIONER
OF
SOCIAL
SECURITY
MICHAEL
ASTRUE
THE
ISSUES PRESENTED AND
THE
FACTS NECESSARY
TO
UNDERSTAND
THE
ISSUE
PRESENTED
BY
THE
PETITION
Taitz
et
al
v Democratic Party
et
al Petition
for
a
Writ
of
Mandamus
to
expedite ruling 3
Case: 13-60024 Document: 00512108933 Page: 3 Date Filed: 01/10/2013

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