JUDGE DONALD L. GRAHAM: "I WILL DECIDE MOTIONS AND FILINGS WHENEVER I DAMN WELL PLEASE.  I HAVE NO TIME LIMIT"

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Judge Donald L. Graham
 

 

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Languishing Motions or Filings

In order to verify that these motions were not never decided by Judge Graham, a copy of the docket is included here. See Full Docket.  Each motion or filing filed with the court is assigned a docket number. In order to use the docket to research the status of the filing named below, just use your browser's search feature with the assigned document number below. 

On June 12, 2001, (the case was dismissed on June 20, 2001) Graham had not ruled on the following motions and appeals Marcellus Mason had submitted:

Appeals3                              Date Filed          Motions                       Date Filed

438                                          11/29/00        667                       4/18/01

439                                          11/29/00        703                       5/07/01

 

3 These are appeals filed with the District Judge that were not acted on.

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Docket Entry #                        date                    Docket Entry #                          date
440                                       11/29/00                709                                        5/10/01

441                                       11/29/00                710                                        5/10/01

518                                        3/5/01                  711                                        5/10/01

544                                        3/12/01                712                                        5/10/01

561                                        3/16/01                714                                        5/10/01

563                                        3/18/01                715                                        5/10/01

607                                        3/28/01                716                                        5/10/01

632                                        4/4/01                  724                                        5/11/01

660                                        4/13/01                726                                        5/16/01

693                                        4/30/01                741                                        5/21/01

694                                        5/1/01                  742                                        5/21/01

702                                        5/7/01                  749                                        5/23/01

723                                        5/11/01                NA                                        6/15/01

733                                        5/18/01              NA4                                                     6/18/01

734                                        5/18/01                NA                                        6-18-01

                                                                         NA                                        6-2-01

                                                                         NA                                        6-2-01


4 "NA", means not available to Plaintiff because the Plaintiff does not have access to Pacer to get the Docket Number.


No Right to Have Motion Decided

The Eleventh Circuit has ruled that a litigant does not have a right to have his or her motion decided and that there is no remedy when a Judge, like Judge Donald L. Graham refuses to decide a motion. 

Judge Graham had a motion for preliminary injunction submitted on November 24, 1999 that was never decided during the pendency of the litigation.  The case, 99-14027-CV-Graham, was closed on June 20, 2001, or some 19 months later.  In April 2001, the Eleventh Circuit, after the motion had been pending for 17 months, stated that  Marcellus Mason, the Plaintiff in this matter, had no right to have his motion decided.  For more discussion related to this matter see, URL's: http://mmason.freeshell.org/junklaw/NoRightToHaveMotionDecided.html and http://mmason.freeshell.org/liar.htm, where the Eleventh Circuit, Judge Ed Carnes and Judge Frank M. Hull lied by stating:  

Mason merely asserts that Judge Graham was not impartial because (1) he allowed many of Mason's motions to languish...As to the alleged languishing, a review of the district court docket sheet shows that the court ruled upon his motions in a timely manner .