Bill Windsor has filed a PETITION FOR WRIT OF PROHIBITION against Jeffrey L. Ashton with the Sixth District Court of Appeals in Lakeland, Florida
There are “EXTRAORDINARY” actions that can be filed in appellate courts. Mandamus, Habeas Corpus, Quo Warranto, and PROHIBITION.
A petition for writ of prohibition asks an appellate court to stop a trial court from doing something it has not yet done.
The beauty of a petition for writ of prohibition is that it is accepted as an EMERGENCY, and it is immediately placed before the Administrative Judge for the region who makes an immediate decision on whether the case should be stayed pending the outcome of he Writ.
I have just communicated with the Deputy Clerk who informed me the judge has it.
My Petition is extremely bold. I didn’t hold back on anything about Judge Jeffrey L. Ashton. I called him every name in the book.
Thanks to Kaya Routh who provided some citations that I lost in the Great Computer Heist from the original Van Down by the River. THANKS, KAYA!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Needless to say, I’m anxious to hear.