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How to fight the Younger abstention doctrine!

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  • Barbara C. Johnson
    How to fight the Younger abstention doctrine! That s what the courts use to dismiss your federal complaints. UPLOADED 1/23/04 Drano Series #114
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 24, 2004
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      How to fight the Younger abstention doctrine!
      That's what the courts use to dismiss your federal complaints.

      UPLOADED 1/23/04
      Drano Series #114
      http://www.falseallegations.com/drano114-bbo-opp-dismiss-1-23-04.htm

      Barb Continues the War Against the Bar
      Barb's Opposition to Defendants' Motion to Dismiss
      Amended Federal Complaint

      The Motion, written by an assistant attorney-general,
      is included at the bottom of the file.

      All about the Younger abstention doctrine.
      WANTED: Your impression of the Asst. A-G

      Chief Justice William G. Young of the U.S.District Court at Boston
      will hear the defendants' Motion to Dismiss the Complaint
      on Tuesday, February 24th at 2 P.M.
      at Moot Court at Boston University Law School
      765 Commonwealth Avenue, 6th Floor, Boston, MA.
      Public is welcome!
      Law students will discuss the case following the hearing.

      The defendants are Board of Bar Overseers of Massachusetts,
      Chair of the Board M. Ellen Carpenter, Esq., Special Hearing Officer
      Herbert P. Phillips, Esq.,
      Office of Bar Counsel,Bar Counsel Daniel Crane, Esq.,and
      Commonwealth of Massachusetts
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      Barb
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      Barbara C. Johnson, Advocate of Court Reform and Attorney at Law
      6 Appletree Lane
      Andover, MA 01810-4102
      978-474-0833

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      There are four people who can do the job:
      Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody.
      Everybody thinks Somebody will surely do it.
      It is a job Anybody can do. But Nobody is doing it.
      At least I'm trying. What are you doing?



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