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Appellants' August 8, 2019 Motion to Strike
as "Fraud on the Court", to Disqualify the Attorney General,
& Other Relief
   receipt

Exhibit A-1:    Appellants’ July 3, 2019 e-mail (9:47 am) to Solicitor General
                     Underwood, Asst. Solicitor General Paladino, & Asst. Solicitor General
                     Brodie –  “NOTICE: Your Fraudulent Opposition to Appellants’ May 31,
                     2019 & June 6, 2019 Motions – CJA v. Cuomo Citizen-Taxpayer Action –
                     Attention Required by Attorney General James, Personally”

Exhibit A-2:    Asst. Solicitor General Brodie’s July 3, 2019 e-mail (11:18 am),
                      with
cc to Asst. Solicitor General Paladino – “RE: NOTICE…”

Exhibit A-3:    Appellants’ July 3, 2019 e-mail (11:35 am) to Asst. Solicitor General
                     Brodie, with cc to Solicitor General Underwood & Asst. Solicitor General
                     Brodie – “Follow-Up: NOTICE…”

Exhibit A-4:    Asst. Solicitor General Brodie’s July 3, 2019 e-mail (12:25 pm),
                     with
cc to Asst. Solicitor General Paladino – “RE: Follow-Up: NOTICE…”

Exhibit B:       Appellants’ “Legal Autopsy”/Analysis of the Attorney General’s June 27,
                     2019 “Memorandum in Opposition to Motions for (i) Leave to Appeal;
                     and (ii) Reargument/Renewal and Other Relief”

Exhibit C:      Appellants’ April 11, 2019 letter to Court Clerk Asiello –
                    “RE: Aiding the Court in Protecting Itself & Appellants’ Appeal of Right
                    from the Litigation Fraud of the New York State Attorney General”

Exhibit D:     Appellants’ March 26, 2019 letter to Court Clerk Asiello –
                   “RE:  In Support of Appeal of Right: NYS Constitution, Article VI, §3(b)(1);
                   CPLR §5601(b)(1)”   (w/o Exhibit C)
 

                                                  Ex. A:  dissent of then Appellate Division Justice Fahey

                               in St. Joseph Hospital v. Novello, 43 AD3d 139, 148 (2007)

 

                     Ex. B: appellants’ ninth cause of action – “Three-Men-in-a-Room
                                      Budget Dealmaking is Unconstitutional,
                       As Unwritten and As Applied”.

Exhibit E:     Appellants’ “Legal Autopsy”/Analysis of the Appellate Division’s
                   December 27, 2018 Memorandum and Order  (w/o exhibits)

 

 

CITED AUTHORITIES -- NOTICE OF MOTION

CDR Creances SAS v. Cohen, et al.,
25 NY3d 307 (2014)

Matter of Rowe,
80 NY2d 336 (1992)

Greene v. Greene,
47 NY2d 447, 451 (1979)

Rules of the Chief Administrative Judge --22 NYCRR §130-1.1

Matter of AG Ship Maintenance Corp v. Lezak,
69 NY2d 1 (1986)

Judiciary Law §487

Amalfitano v. Rosenberg
12 NY3d 8 (2009)

§100.3D(2) of the Rules of the Chief Administrative Judge
 Governing Judicial Conduct

"The Judge's Role in the Enforcement of Ethics -- Fear and Learning in the Profession"
Santa Clara Law Review: Vol. 22 (1982)

NEW YORK RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT -- INCLUDING
Rule 1.7 -- "Conflict of Interest: Current Clients"
Rule 3.1 -- “Non-Meritorious Claims and Contentions”

Rule 3.3 -- “Conduct Before A Tribunal”
Rule 8.4 --“Misconduct”
Rule 5.1 --“Responsibilities of Law Firms, Partners, Managers and Supervisory Lawyers”
Rule 5.2 --“Responsibilities of a Subordinate Lawyer”
 

PENAL LAW VIOLATIONS -- INCLUDING

Penal Law §175.35
 “offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree”

Penal Law §195
“official misconduct”

Penal Law §496.05
“Corrupting the government in the first degree”
Penal Law §496.06
"Public corruption"
"PUBLIC TRUST ACT"

Penal Law §195.20
“defrauding the government”

Penal Law §190.65
“scheme to defraud in the first degree”

Penal Law §155.42
“grand larceny in the first degree”

Penal Law §105.15
"conspiracy in the second degree"

Penal Law §20.00
"Criminal liability for conduct of another"

 

Article XIII, §5 of the New York State Constitution:
"Provision shall be made by law for the removal for misconduct or malversation in office
of all officers, except judicial, whose powers and duties are not local or legislative
and who shall be elected at general elections,
and also for supplying vacancies created by such removal."

 

NYS Criminal Defense Lawyers Association v. Kaye
95 N.Y.2d 556 (2000)

Stump v. Sparkman
435 U.S. 349, 358 (1978)

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Record:  New York Court of Appeals

 

 

 

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