The Florida Rules of Civil Procedure REQUIRE Ms. Strandto file her Motion to Withdraw, which she has NOT done yet
8.Even every first-year law student KNOWS, inherently, that a person is represented in acourt of law, either by themselves (“pro se”, “pro per”, “sui juris”, etc., etc.), or by their person being “represented” by a professional, “licensed” (let’s not go into THAT one, today, unless youreally want to…) attorney. Accordingly, for Ms. Strand to attempt to utterly deceive both thisCourt and the undersigned, with somehow saying that she was no longer Mr. Martin’s attorney,on JUNE 16
, 2007, when the undersigned filed her most recent pleadings concerning childsupport, when Ms. Strand had never filed any notice, request, nor anything to even indicate, thatshe no longer wanted to be legally bound by her then-still-current representation of Mr. Martin,until JUNE 21
, 2007, when Ms. Strand then did file her legally-insufficient “notice” therefore.9.So, regardless of ANYTHING, Ms. Strand was, in fact, Mr. Martin’s full attorney of recordon JUNE 16
, 2007, and the undersigned was LEGALLY REQUIRED to serve ONLY Ms.Strand with copies of her filings.
Florida Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 1.080(b)
.10.Indeed, Ms. Strand’s recent “Notice on Non-Representation” is utterly futile, and legallyinsufficient. IF she wants to withdraw from this case, she MUST file her motion to withdraw, andshe must WAIT for the Court to GRANT it.
Florida Family Rule 12.040(b)(1)&(2)
.11.Ms. Strand’s abusive nature of American courts of law must
be tolerated any further.12.The undersigned now and hereby DEMANDS this Court enter an appropriate Order, nowsanctioning Ms. Arnelle Strand in the amount of $275 for recompensing the undersigned’s actuallegal assistance expenses and lost productive time in having to defend her frivolous filings, andin the amount of $1000 in punitive sanctions, to deter Ms. Strand from making any such filingsin the future, as it displays an obvious disgust for the professional integrity of the Florida Bar.3