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BREAKING NEWS: Judge Denies Stream Of Pro Se Filers

Motions to intervene filed last week by 10 pro se litigants in the AdSurfDaily federal forfeiture case have been denied. U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer denied the motions late today, saying the petitioners had no standing in the case. Collyer’s opinion was brief, consisting of only two paragraphs. The pro se pleadings had been styled […]

BREAKING NEWS: Federal Judge Says Curtis Richmond, Six Other Parties Who Used Pro Se Litigation Blueprint, Cannot Intervene In AdSurfDaily Forfeiture Case

UPDATED 8:37 P.M. EDT (U.S.A.) A federal judge has denied motions by seven pro se litigants to intervene in the AdSurfDaily forfeiture case. Federal prosecutors seized tens of millions of dollars from ASD President Andy Bowdoin last year, saying his Florida company was running a Ponzi scheme and engaging in wire-fraud and money-laundering. Judge Rosemary […]