Robert David Steele lawsuit Document 69: The Judge Orders that Pro Se Defendant Jason Goodman Attest that each of his filings had not been ghostwritten by an attorney

An Order by the Honorable Judge M. Hannah Lauck, the U. S. District Judge in the Robert David Steele, et al. vs. Jason Goodman, et al. lawsuit, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia-Richmond Division, was filed January 31, 2019 as Document 69.

Sua sponte means “of his, her, or their own accord”, and refers to an act of authority taken without formal prompting from another party.  The screenshot below is taken from the one page Order.  The full document can be accessed in the link at the bottom of this post.

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1 thought on “Robert David Steele lawsuit Document 69: The Judge Orders that Pro Se Defendant Jason Goodman Attest that each of his filings had not been ghostwritten by an attorney

  1. Due to the freezing temperatures in NY, Jason may have to rage walk about this from his gym building’s treadmill. Should be quite interesting. He said just yesterday that he’s handling the case in SDNY so brilliantly as pro se – that the case is not even a problem.

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