11.May.2010 Riemers WINs another Supreme Court Case!
Just got word from the State Supreme Court that I won another of my cases. This one dealt with the state constitutional right to a jury trial for a $20 city ordinance violation. The case is 2010 ND 76 if you want to look it up. By the way, I really didn’t win the case as such, but just proved, against a roomfull of overpaid city lawyers, that the city was violating established state constitutional law by denying citizens all their rights to a jury trial. Not bad for just a first year law school graduate.
So, although I loose a majority of my appealed cases, I now have won I believe 5 cases (plus one AG opinion against the ND Supreme Court when they violated the open meeting law a few years back), which would be the historic record for ND if not the U.S. for a non-lawyer, self represented, litigant. It would also probably be more then the vast majority of lawyers in ND as well.
So, how many Supreme Court appeals have my opponents ever submitted, let alone won? How many cases have you blog reading, negative nay sayers won? Who really knows the law and would make a better sheriff? Training and experience are great, but mean nothing if you don’t have the insight into what you really are suppose to be doing.
Have a great day all of you.