Thanks to reader Northland10 for obtaining selected documents from Robert Laity’s appeal to the DC District Court of Appeals of his loss in his quo warranto case against Kama D. Harris in November in the DC District Court. I have previously written about that case in this article, Birther Robert Laity files first action against Kamala Harris questioning eligibility.
The appeal was docketed on November 19th. I believe these are the key documents in the case:
Laity submitted a Statement of Issues on November 20th that was docketed on November 25th:
Laity filed a Motion to Expedite on November 23rd that was docketed on November 30th:
Beth Brinkmann entered an appearance for Vice President Elect Harris and on November 30th filed a Motion for Summary Affirmance:
Laity mailed an opposition in response to the Motion for Summary Affrimance on December 1st that was docketed on December 11th.
On December 16th Harris’ Attorney Beth Brinkmann filed a reply to Laity’s response:
Finally on January 3rd Laity filed a copy of a letter he had sent to Acting Attorney General Rosen renewing his notice of quo warranto against Kamala Harris that he had sent to AG Bill Barr in August.
I hope this all makes sense. It took a bit of work to get the documents in order since at least at the beginning Laity was mailing documents while the attorney for Vice President Elect Harris was filing electronically.
I might add some comments on the filings later.
Updated 2/8/2021: Laity’s appeal was dismissed unanimously by a three judge panel. They also issued an order to show cause why sanctions should not be imposed for filing a frivolous appeal. Laity has 30 days to respond.
Updated 2/9/2021: Laity already filed a reply. A copy was made available at the Post & Email blog.