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Initially filed as Hempfling v. Voyles this case was changed to Hempfling v Volkmer and deals with the attempt to stop the illegal hold placed on our Superior Court case by a prosecutor. This case is closed and mandated in April of 2018 BUT NO ORDERS HAVE BEEN ISSUED. Docket #30 in this case was missing for a very long time.
This case involved the clerk of the Pinal County Superior Court , declaring herself to be above the law and the judge in the case. Quite involved. This case is still open as it relates to the other cases even though it closed as we could not afford the appeal. It had to have been taken up in the Volkmer appeal as that is required by the rules.
This case is the appeal of the original Voyles case. Criminal activity during this trial and the retrial of the Voyles case is just horrible. This case is still open although it closed in April of last year with the mandate to the District Court but was returned to appeals when mail was stolen yet again.
This Superior Court case was filed in late 2011. It was illegally held without due process. This case is finished and a LOSS for the DENTISTS.
This case was in the 4th Circuit in Charleston South Carolina in 2004. It moved to the appeal process and then to the Supreme Court and was then placed in another court in 2005 which has been secret ever since. This case is still open. The counter claim involved national security, deep state tactics, lies and corruption deep in the executive branch. This case is locked up and secret.