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Marcus Goldstein

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  1. Marcus Goldstein

    Jackson Black v. Jamison Richards

    Sure, let’s reschedule for tomorrow at 7.
  2. Marcus Goldstein

    Jackson Black v. Jamison Richards

    Ok let us set it to Tuesday at 7PM EST. If there are any issues, let me know. Discovery will end 24 hours before trial. @Jamison Richards @Jason Steele @Matt Valentine
  3. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v Jake Uzamaki

    Ok, court will issue judgment soon.
  4. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v Jake Uzamaki

    @Jack Knight Please make Exhibit A accessible within the next 36 hours or face dismissal.
  5. Marcus Goldstein

    Jackson Black v. Jamison Richards

    Ok, time has been surpassed by defense. The court denies the defense's motion to dismiss. Not only was the defendant not employed by the government at the time of the action, but even if he was, he nor anyone else in his position would have qualified immunity, as his actions are not to serve the public interest. Harlow v. Fitzgerald, (457 U.S. 800) reflects the idea of a balance between two competing values: the importance of damages as a remedy in order to protect the rights of citizens and the need to protect officials who need to utilize discretion in the public interest of using their official authority. This court finds that the need to protect officials who need to utilize discretion in the public interest of using their official authority does not include yelling profanities at police officers (as a non-member of law enforcement) and therefore the defendant is not protected by qualified immunity. The court also finds that in this case, the plaintiff can file suit for damages. When a police officer puts on their uniform, they do not waive their rights to not be wronged by another person. Emotional distress is a complicated area, and as a result this court will implement a test for the following elements: 1) The defendant acted intentionally or recklessly to injure the officer 2) The defendant acted in an extreme or abhorrent way 3) The defendant's actions were the cause of the emotional distress 4) The plaintiff experienced severe and longstanding emotional distress which strongly impacted their life. Note: In order to satisfy the fourth element of the test, the plaintiff must demonstrate emotional distress which had a serious impact upon their life. For example: 15 minutes of feeling poorly about oneself after being insulted does not qualify as severe and longstanding emotional distress, but long term or severe injury such as one harming themselves as a result of the psychological impact of the defendant does satisfy this fourth element. With this, we will proceed towards trial. I will not be available until Sunday. Plaintiff and defense, please provide dates and times which you would be available for trial.
  6. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v Jake Uzamaki

    Ok, understood. @Jack Knight please make Exhibit A accessible.
  7. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v Jake Uzamaki

    Defense, please enter your plea to the charges alleged. You have a maximum of 24 hours to do so. @jake sure @Jack Chapman
  8. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v Jake Uzamaki

    Mr. Uzamaki, you are being charged with the charges listed in the indictment above. Would you like an attorney? If so, would you like to hire a private attorney or would you like a public defender appointed to you for free?
  9. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v Jake Uzamaki

    Good evening everyone, Judge Marcus Goldstein presiding. If someone could tag the defendant that would be helpful as I do not know his forum name.
  10. Marcus Goldstein

    Jackson Black v. Jamison Richards

    The motion to dismiss which cited "Federal Court Precedent" was made by Mr. Richards if I am not mistaken so the order was more directed towards him. Nonetheless, I will grant the extension to 11:59 PM EST on Tuesday. I hope all is well and that you get well soon. @Jason Steele @Jamison Richards
  11. Marcus Goldstein

    Jackson Black v. Jamison Richards

    @Jason Steele @Jamison Richards @Matt Valentine The Court recognizes the Plaintiff's response to the show cause order in response to the Defense's 2nd point within their motion to dismiss, and asks that the Defense provide (if any) the case law which was referenced in their motion to dismiss as "Federal Court Precedent". Defense will be given an extension, and must provide the information requested within 24 hours of this post. The Court also respects the request of the previous presiding judge, and asks the Plaintiff to demonstrate where in the law they are allowed to sue for the offenses included in this civil complaint. The Court will grant 36 hours for the Plaintiff to respond to the previous presiding judge's show cause order on this issue.
  12. Marcus Goldstein

    Jackson Black v. Jamison Richards

    Defense I will provide 24 hours for you to provide the case law you referenced in your motion. @Matt Valentine @Jamison Richards
  13. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v. Mister Fruity

  14. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v. Mister Fruity

    Turn yourself in to police.
  15. Marcus Goldstein

    State of Alaska v. Mister Fruity

    On the first count of §11.1.480 Aggravated Weapons Stockpiling, the court finds Mr. Fruity guilty by plea. On the second count of §11.2.280 Aggravated Possession of Illegal Magazines, the court finds Mr. Fruity guilty by plea. On the third and final count of §11.1.250 Accessory to Murder After the Fact, the court finds Mr. Fruity not guilty. The evidence provided in the third count did not amount to the beyond a reasonable doubt standard, and such the defendant is found not guilty. On the first count, the defendant is sentenced to the statutory minimum given the circumstances of 40 months in the Department of Corrections. On the second count, the defendant is sentenced to the statutory minimum given the circumstances of 10 months in the Department of Corrections. These sentences are to run consecutively for a total of 50 months in the Department of Corrections. SO ORDERED. @Jason Steele @Dennis Smith @Mister Fruity
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