Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
Petition to file notice of appeal by a vexatious litigant is denied, and the court holds that a vexatious litigant who falsely claims not to be a vexatious litigant when such a claim is so readily disproven by a simple comparison of addresses has manifestly failed to show an arguable issue on appeal when the issue on appeal itself is the identity of the vexatious litigant.
Original proceedings in the Court of Appeal for the State of California.
FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THREE
Filed: June 30, 2009
Before SILLS, P.J., RYLAARSDAM, J., MOORE, J.
Opinion by SILLS, P.J.
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