Tag Archives: habeas corpus

GAME OVER: Wilkins Habeas Corpus Denied

OP-NAT EYE
9/28/2011 (links updated November 6, 2018)

PHOENIX — Exactly three year and two months later, doing everything possible as a homeless/jobless pro-se petitioner/defendant to see if a U.S. court would uphold the Constitution, it is officially over.

My final brief in Wilkins v. Arizona (CV-10-0443-PHX-JWS(MEA)) was filed last week, which was the objection to U.S. Magistrates recommendation to deny habeas corpus. Granted, I could appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (even though the Magistrate recommends dismissal with prejudice), I have expended enough time and energy proving what I needed too. My other pending federal … Read Entire Article

Observations From A Federal Rule 16 Conference

by Brian A. Wilkins
3/3/2010 (links updated November 6, 2018)

As many of you know, the federal lawsuit vs. Mea Culpa County and Joke Arpaio I filed last year is now in the discovery stages, which led me to a first actual court appearance yesterday for what is called a Rule 16 Conference. I guess this is the stage where attorneys and parties are supposed to use the proverbial “I cannot comment on pending litigation” jazz, but the truth of the matter is, I have absolutely nothing to hide, as everything being litigated in this lawsuit has … Read Entire Article

You Decide: My Pro Se Petitions in the Arizona Supreme Court

by Brian A. Wilkins
12/29/2009 (Links updated November 3, 2018)

EVERY DOCUMENT YOU NEED TO DECIDE IS HERE.

As the 2nd worst year of my life comes to a close (2008 was obviously pretty bad too), all I can now do is wait and see what a three-judge panel for the Arizona Court of Appeals decides; and what the five justices of the Arizona Supreme Court decide; neither of which will happen until (likely) late in 2010. I plan to file a motion to consolidate both cases in the Supreme Court, since they have virtually all the same … Read Entire Article