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  • Sunday, September 18, 2016

     

    Another Pauly court loss

    Pauly appeal for change to Measure S ballot argument dismissed by court

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    Former Villa Park Councilwomen Deborah Pauly continued her losing streak in her recent court battles when her appeal against the O.C. Superior Court decision on the Measure S ballot statement was dismissed last week by a California appeals court.

    On Thursday September 15, 2016 the California 4th Appellate District, Division 3 Associate Justices Ellen C. Moore, Richard D. Fybel and Raymond K. Ikola summarily denied the petition from Pauly for immediate relief with a writ of mandate to overturn the decision by Orange County Superior Court Judge Andrew Banks. (For more information click on PAULY DENIED).

    The Case Disposition for the case states "Petition summarily denied by order "   (click on Disposition ) while the Case Docket states: 
     "Petitioner's request for judicial notice is DENIED. Real party in interest Neal Kelley's motion to strike petitioner's supplemental declaration is DENIED. The petition for writ of mandate is DENIED." 
    (For more information click on Docket)

    Pauly's attorney, well-known Election Law Attorney Chad D. Morgan, filed the case named Pauly v. The Superior Court of Orange County et al. on September 2, 2016 after Pauly's loss in the O.C. Superior Court. In her original case Pauly tried to replace the ballot argument against OUSD's Measure S Facilities Bond on the November ballot. (for more information click on Parties). I

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