Minute order of 07.13.2012 ex-parte hearing in Taitz v Obama. As I stated, only emergency exparte order was denied, but the case continues
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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,
COUNTY OF ORANGE
CENTRAL JUSTICE CENTER
TIME: 02:30:00 PM DEPT: C33
JUDICIAL OFFICER PRESIDING: Richard Luesebrink
CLERK: Ka Po Chung-Marquez
REPORTER/ERM: Karen Phillips, CSR #4425
BAILIFF/COURT ATTENDANT: Brian Keltner, Gaylene D Show
CASE NO: 30-2012-00582135-CU-PT-CJC
CASE TITLE: Taitz vs Obama
CASE INIT.DATE: 07/09/2012
CASE CATEGORY: Civil – Unlimited CASE TYPE: Petitions – Other
EVENT ID/DOCUMENT ID: 71517690,90323024
EVENT TYPE: Ex Parte
MOVING PARTY: Orly Taitz
CAUSAL DOCUMENT/DATE FILED: Ex Parte Application – Other, 07/10/2012
Orly Taitz, self represented Plaintiff, present.
Emergency Ex Parte motion for 45 day stay of the certification of the election results. This matter
was transferred to Department C33 for hearing.
Plaintiff files the following with the clerk: Declaration of notice of parties regarding ex parte
July 13, 2012 in Taitz v Obama et al.
2:35 p.m. Court convenes with parties and counsel present as noted above.
Plaintiff makes an oral request to present video evidence and testimony to the Court. Court orders
all witnesses to wait in the hallway until called, if they are called.
Court hears argument.
The Court having fully considered the arguments of all parties, both written and oral, as well as
the evidence presented, now rules as follows:
Plaintiff’s Emergency Ex Parte motion for 45 day stay of the certification of the election results
is denied. At 2:58 p.m. Court declares a recess.