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Motion to Vacate Order of Disbarment

Motion to Vacate Order of Disbarment

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Here is my motion pointing out that the order which the clerk of the Florida Supreme Court entered violates due process. For more on this and to see why the crooks who control the banana republic of Floriduh's government wanted to shut me up, do a search for Justice in Florida's Supreme Court.
Here is my motion pointing out that the order which the clerk of the Florida Supreme Court entered violates due process. For more on this and to see why the crooks who control the banana republic of Floriduh's government wanted to shut me up, do a search for Justice in Florida's Supreme Court.

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Published by: Mark A. Adams JD/MBA on Apr 29, 2009
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IN
THE
SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDATHE FLORIDA BAR,Case No.: SC05-1149Complainant
v.
MARK
A.
ADAMS,
Resvondent.
1
L.T.
Case No.: 2004-1 0,132(6A)
RECEIVED
THOMAS
D.
HAU.
CLERK, SUPREME
COURT
BY
RESPONDENT'S VERIFIED MOTION TO VACATE ORDERENTERED ON
JULY
12,2007
DISBARRING THE RESPONDENT
COMES NOW, the Respondent,
MARK
A.
ADAMS,
Esquire and files theRespondent's Motion to Vacate this Court's Order entered on July 12,2007disbarring the Respondent showing:
Statement
of
Facts
1.
On May 14,2007, the Clerk of this Court issued an order requiring theRespondent to file a
proper
initial brief within fifteen
(15)
days and servedthe same to the Respondent via mail. (Emphasis added.)
2.
The Respondent timely filed the Respondent's Motion for Clarification ofthis Court's Order entered on May 14,2007 which pointed out that previousorders entered
in
this action had not required the Clerk or the Florida
Bar
toprepare an index to the record which made it impossible for the Respondentto cite to the appropriate page numbers of the record
as
required by FloridaRule of Appellate Procedure 9.210(b). This motion also pointed out that the
 
order entered on May 16,2006 denied the Respondent's alternative requestto file a brief referring to the documents filed
in
this action and allowing theRespondent to include an appendix with key documents necessary for thisCourt's review of this disciplinary proceeding. Furthermore, this motionpointed out that unless this Court granted the requested relief, it will haveeffectively prevented the Respondent from preparing a proper brief and
will
have deprived the Respondent of due process.1
3.
On
July, 12,2007, the Clerk of this Court issued an order denying theRespondent's Motion for Clarification of this Court's Order entered on May14,2007, an order denying the Respondent's Motion to Correct the ~ocket:an order denying the Respondent's Motion to Toll Time
to
File Brief, and
an
order dismissing the Respondent's Petition for Review, and the Clerk of this
'
The Respondent has also previously filed a motion showing that the Clerk of thisCourt acknowledged that documents, which are required to be included in the fileand which the Respondent discovered were missing from
it,
were instead stored ina room in the Court's sub-basement. The documents which were missing from thefile included transcripts, motions, and orders regarding proceedings before thereferee which showed the numerous errors which were committed by the refereeincluding preventing the Respondent from calling witnesses in his defense,prohibiting the Respondent from deposing witnesses who were listed as witnessesby the Florida Bar, allowing one witness to represent other witnesses, and enteringan order without a hearing on the Respondent's Motion to Dismiss.'Although the Court denied the Respondent's Motion to Correct the Docket whichwas filed on May
3
1,2007, the Clerk or another person with access to this Court'sonline docket corrected the error shown in this motion by June 1,2007 eventhough this motion did not show
up
on this Court's online docket until June
5,
2007, five days after it was filed.
 
Court served these four orders to the Respondent via
U.S.
Mail. No otherorder entered on July
12,2007
was served to the Respondent by the Clerk ofthis Court or received by the Respondent.4.
On
July
19,2007,
Ms. Sheryl Walker of the Florida Bar sent a letter to theRespondent which stated in part, "The filing of a motion for rehearing doesnot alter the effective date of the disbarment." The Florida Bar's letterincluded the Florida Bar's Failure to Pay Notice and an Affidavit requiredby Bar Rule
3-5.l(g)
as enclosures, and it did not contain a copy of anyorder. The pertinent part of Florida Bar's Failure to Pay Notice states,"Disciplinary costs are deemed delinquent unless they are paid within
30
days after the disciplinary order becomes final. Usually, that is forty-five(45) days after the date of the court ~rder."~he Florida Bar's letter and
its
enclosures are attached
as
Appendix A.
5.
On
July
27, 2007,
the Respondent traveled for over ten hours to file theRespondent's Motion for Rehearing of Order Entered on July
12,2007
Dismissing the Respondent's Petition for Review, the Respondent's SecondMotion to Correct the Docket, and the Respondent's Motion to Toll Time toFile Brief and to review the case file.The Florida Bar's Failure to Pay Notice indicates that the Florida
Bar
is awarethat the rules concerning motions for rehearing apply to orders of disbarment.

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By the way, my license was stolen to cover up judicial corruption and election theft in Florida. See “Justice” in Florida’s Supreme Court at http://tiny.cc/njvlr and don’t miss the links below the video. Note that about 3 minutes into the video, a deputy clerk admits that the clerk of the Florida Supreme Court illegally and unconstitutionally enters orders without authorization from the Justices
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