5. Corresponding to this Motion for Equal Justice by Level Playing Field... between a singleCitizen plaintiff, disabled Veteran filing
In Forma Pauperis
, and so recognized as
by Order of this Court, this
Plaintiff moves the Court to advance the cause of Equal Justice by“leveling the playing field”, so that taxpayer monies are not giving the government of Arlingtonan unfair advantage over Citizens engaged in litigation to stop abusive actions by Arlington.6. Plaintiff moves for the Court to Order the Arlington County Office of County Attorney, whotheoretically “serve the people” (not serve to advance its own bureaucratic “empires”), to providea code for access to both PACER and other legal research services available in their offices, suchas Nexis/Lexis, or WestLaw, or other legal research services this non-Bar member attorney infact is not yet aware exists in their offices, so to “level the playing field” and truly advance the potential for “Equal Justice Under the Law” and “Equal Justice for All” (NOT “more Equal Justicefor members of the Bar = unequal justice, or “even more Equal Justice for taxpayer paid Bar lawyers” = very much unequal justice.)
If this Court truly honors Equal Justice, this is mandatory.
7. Plaintiff moves the Court for a Continuance until 14 days after the opposing counsel provide both the CD of cases cited in their Sanctions pleading, and
provide a code for access to OUR legal research resources, so there can be created some semblance of Equal Justice for All.
Respectfully submitted by: __________________________ James Renwick Manship, Sr. , J.D.*J.D.* = Jesus DiscipleJesus = Advocate, Mediator, Counselor Chaplain, Legal Historian ** Next Friend, Lead Plaintiff,
In Forma Pauperis,
Virginia Code “Attorney in fact”Amos 5:15 Project:
“Hate evil and love the good. Remodel your Courts into True Halls of Justice.”
God and Country Foundation, Box 76, Mount Vernon, Virginia 22121-0076,Phone: 703-672-1776 Facsimile: 703-638-1146
IFP PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR EQUAL JUSTICE by LEVEL PLAYING FIELDwith TAXPAYER PAID LAWYERS’ LEGAL RESEARCH RESOURCES
** “In New England, the clergy for along time maintained a completesupremacy in the magistracy and inthe courts… The clergy possessed,as in England, much of the legalknowledge of the community.” p. 7,
A History of the American Bar
,Chapter 1 “Law without Lawyers”.
** from Harvard Library