After the ‘appellate fourth’ had ruled that they were unaware of the merits of my case. I had to take appeal to the New York State Court of Appeals. I was appealing the decision that I was not allowed to proceed based on the merits of my case, while simultaneously the appellate fourth wasn’t allowing my case to be heard on its merits.
My support violation proceeding had commenced at this time, seeking my incarceration. Therefore, I was attempting to get the support order stayed before the county put me in jail. As a result, days mattered, so I hand-wrote this motion on-top of a template. This was faster then neatly superimposing text over the templates, as I had done so in the past. Doing this saved me a few days so it was worth it.
As of now these people have yet to put me in jail for refuting that they may enforce their dictations onto me, it’s to bad that this didn’t work out for them.
I didn’t make $20,000 a year, I was making effectively $0. The self support reserve was disregarded (while being referenced so it could be said that it was applied), so I could be made into a criminal. I’m presently on probation from this same order from this same proceeding.
As of January 12, 2018, the New York State Court of Appeals had yet to make a ruling on my motion to be heard in their court. As it can be seen in my motion above, the return date (the date for hearing/ruling) was November 27, 2017.