One of the things that happens only in ARDC litigation is that if you’re an attorney defending your constitutional rights, and you assert those rights, first thing they do is Strike your pleading. I think I have a stack of their “Motions to Strike”. Now this is funny, they moved to strike the depositions of the key crucial fact witnesses: Gloria Sykes, Scott Evans, Yolanda and Kathie Bakken, but then they use them at trial!
I have never seen a proceeding with so many Motions to Strike. Most of the time, opposing counsel files a Response and a decision is made on the merits. Motions to Strike are supposed to only be used in rare occassions.
Here is the ARDC Motion to Strike:
Here is my response:
Make sure you read my declaration at the end of my response. It’s an eye opener. As you will…
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