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Germalic v. Bullock (Richard G. Andrews, D. Del. 1:12-cv-1347)
Approximately two weeks before the 2012 presidential election, a plaintiff filed a pro se federal complaint that the state’s requirements for being a presidential candidate were too onerous. Three days after the complaint was filed, the district court denied the plaintiff injunctive relief for failure show any effort to meet ballot qualifications and for seeking relief after the ballots had been printed.
Topics: Getting on the ballot; pro se party; laches.
One of many Case Studies in Emergency Election Litigation.
A memo from former CJRA Advisory Group chair Henry N. Herndon, Jr. informing Abel J. Mattos of the Administrative Office, John Shapard of the Federal Judicial Center, and two employees of RAND that the duties of the Advisory Group have assigned to the Advisory Committee of the District of Delaware, chaired by Josy W. Ingersoll.
Updated statistics for 44 districts with information for SY 1994
Clerk of the Court John R. McAllister, Jr. transmits the 9/14/1994 First Assessment Report of the Advisory Group of the District of Delaware to Philip R. Argetsinger of the Administrative Office.
Dennis J. Wysocki of the Administrative Office's Court Administration Division writes to Chief Judge Joseph J. Longobardi regarding the appointment of a CJRA attorney for the District of Delaware
Linda Casey forwards an analysis of the features of district cost and delay reduction plans for 22 districts
Abel J. Mattos updates Mark D. Shapiro on the progress and recommendations of each Circuit Review Committee regarding Civil Justice Expense and Delay Reduction Plan
A table highlighting the different features of the Early Implementation District plans
The Civil Justice Expense and Delay Reduction Plan for the District of Delaware.
Chief Judge Joseph J. Longobardi transmits the 10-1-1991 Civil Justice Reform Act Advisory Group Report for the District of Delaware to Abel J. Mattos of the Administrative Office.