In Uncategorized on 08/01/2019 at 17:22

The latest in the series that I have found is Ream Hanna, Docket No. 22599-18, filed 8/1/19. That’s not to say that a couple other “dissions” (hi, Judge Holmes) haven’t escaped my eagle eye.

It’s the usual story. Ream was tossed for nonpayment after having been told twice to ante up the sixty bucks. Two months later, Ream and IRS come to terms and stip out.

“To permit entry of the stipulated decision” (Order, at p.1), Ch J Maurice B (“Mighty Mo”) Foley vacates the toss.

Yesterday Geofrey Austin Calvert got tossed two (count ‘em, two) days after his petition cleared the threshold of the Glasshouse at 400 Second Street, NW, because the sixty bucks wasn’t stapled thereto.

So I assume if Geofrey Austin can stip out, he gets his “dission” for free also.


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