Stegeman v Lillig

Appellant's Brief


After three and a half years to file an Appeal, a disabled, pro se litigant, filed the instant Brief.

Since the matter had to do with fraud upon the court by officers of the court to obtain rulings in their favors, we really believed that stair decisis and past case precedent mattered. We learned how wrong we were.

From outright being denied rulings to prevent Appellant's rights to appeal final rulings. If they refuse to give you a final ruling, you are effectively denied finality and the right to Appeal to a higher court.

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning Updates, Family Law Updates

Reference Info:Appellate Brief | Georgia

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