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Rolltide   

https://www.dailywire.com/news/36441/gofundme-accounts-kavanaugh-accuser-christine-ford-amanda-prestigiacomo

 

Provides a motive for lying doesn't it? 

 

Christine Ford went from a college professor to an independently wealthy person. Yep those who donated are idiots that is true. She put the good word in for them and her net worth just kept rising. 

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1 hour ago, Rolltide said:

https://www.dailywire.com/news/36441/gofundme-accounts-kavanaugh-accuser-christine-ford-amanda-prestigiacomo

 

Provides a motive for lying doesn't it? 

 

Christine Ford went from a college professor to an independently wealthy person. Yep those who donated are idiots that is true. She put the good word in for them and her net worth just kept rising. 

https://www.chicagotribune.com/lifestyles/stevens/ct-life-stevens-tuesday-christine-blasey-ford-donating-gofundme-1127-story.html

 

Perhaps quoting the daily wire makes you less credible and not more.

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2 hours ago, ChesterCopperpot1 said:

Presuming it’s Rule 9, you don’t have to ask the trial court’s permission to seek interlocutory appeal? We do here in TN. It’s rarely granted. Then you have to seek extraordinary appeal, which is even more rare. The crux is, here in TN, interlocutory appeal is disfavored. 

I don't know what rule 9 you mean but yes you have to first ask the trial court for a certificate of immediate review. It's not automatic but not rare. No specific or unspoken policy here of disfavoring interlocutory appeal

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3 hours ago, Legaltitan said:

I don't know what rule 9 you mean but yes you have to first ask the trial court for a certificate of immediate review. It's not automatic but not rare. No specific or unspoken policy here of disfavoring interlocutory appeal

Rule 9 is our Rule of Appelate Procedure that governs interlocutory appeal. 

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