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10-03-16 Fine v Sheriff (2:09-cv-01914) at the US District Court, Los Angeles: Clerk Terry Nafisi's, Response to Zernik's Request for Clarifications in RE: NEFs and Complaints re: Tampering with Court Records

10-03-16 Fine v Sheriff (2:09-cv-01914) at the US District Court, Los Angeles: Clerk Terry Nafisi's, Response to Zernik's Request for Clarifications in RE: NEFs and Complaints re: Tampering with Court Records

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The requests for clarifications and complaint of tampering with records pertained primarily to the Habeas Corpus petition of Richard Fine. However, it also addressed integrity of Court conduct in general.
The complaints and requests for clarifications can be found on this Scribd account, by searching for the query word "Nafisi".
The requests for clarifications and complaint of tampering with records pertained primarily to the Habeas Corpus petition of Richard Fine. However, it also addressed integrity of Court conduct in general.
The complaints and requests for clarifications can be found on this Scribd account, by searching for the query word "Nafisi".

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NAFISIEASTERN DIVISION
District Conrt Executive and
3470
Twelfth Street, Room 134
Clerk
of
CourtRiverside,
CA
92501
March 16, 2010Joseph Zemik, Ph.D.PO
Box
526
La
Verne, CaEfornia 91750RE:
Your
e-mail dated January 4, 2010
Dear
Mr.
Zemik,This
is
in response to your e-mail to
me
and
Dawn
Bullock dated January 4, 2010.Please
be
aware-
that under
the Code
of
Conduct for JudicialEmployees, neitherthe Clerk
of
O::mrt
nor
clerk's office employees are pemritted to participate
in
any discussion regarding the merits
ofa
particular litigant's case
or
to provide legal
or
procedural definitions, interpretations
or
advice.I
will
respond to your specific inquiries that this office
is
pemritted to address.
Most
of
your
questions can
be
answered by reading this
court's
General Order 08-02,
Order
Authorizing Electronic Filing. This general
order
elm
be
accessed from
the
court's
website locatedat www.cacd.uscourts.gov. For your convenience, a copy
of
Geheral Order 08-02
is
enclosed.According to section V.
B.
of
General Order 08-02, documents filed
by
pro
se
litigants arefiled and served in
the
traditional manner and are scanned
(dectronically
filed and served) by
the
clerk's office into the CMlECF system. A request to access recorps
£i.-om
"paper court files" cannot
be
accommodated because after
the
clerk's office scans the document filed
by
a pro se litigant, thedocument
is
shredde,d. Once a pro se litigant's document
is
dectronically filed and served
by
the
clerk's office, a pape1' Notice
of
Electronic Filing (NEF)
is
autom,atically generated and e-mailed tothe parties
ofrecord
in
the
case who are enrolled to receive electronic service. Since a pro se litigantdoes not electronically file and serve documents,
the
JPro
se litigant does
not have
access to
the
electronicallygenerated!NEF.
If
a
pw
se
litigantshouldwanta<kpy
of
an
NEF
that
is
relatedtoaparticular document
in
~
 
case in which the pro se litigant
is
a party, the clerk's office would have toprint the
NEF
for the pro se litigant.
The
Court
does
not
document
the
shredding
ofdocuments
after a document
is
electronicallyscanned.
 
Jos4::ph
Zemik, Ph.D.March 16, 2010Page 2General Orders do bear the signature
of
a majority
of
the district judges. However, due tosecurity concerns, the signatures are not posted as part
of
a
g e n e r ~ l
 
order.Only current General Orders are posted
on
the court's website. General Orders that havebeen superseded and
are
no longer
in
effect are not post,ed on the ,court's website.Please visit the Court's website at www.cacd.uscourts.gov where there
is
on-line access tovaluable information for pro se litigants (see the section entitled Pro Se
on
the homepage). Inaddition to the on-line information, you may also visit the clinic located at the
U.S.
Courthouse, 312N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, Room 525.Sincerely,
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afisiend"cc: Dawn Bullock, Records/Mail Supervisor (w/o enclosure)
 
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT
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CALIFORNIA
IN THE MATTER OF:
ORDER
AUTHORIZINGELECTRONIC FILING
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GENERAL ORDER No. 08-02(Supersedes General OrderNo. 07-08)Table
of
Contents
I.
Authorization "
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.................. 6
A.
Applicability
of
OtherRulesandOrders .
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6B.
Cas(;:s
Subject to Electronic Filing 6
n.
Definitions ,
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..................
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6
A.
CM/ECF
System 6
 
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CM/ECF
Website 6
C.
CM/ECF
Registration. , 7D. CM/ECF User , , 7
E.
Electronic Filing 7
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