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Dongxiao Yue

see also http://www.american-justice.org

& sign his petition at: http://www.petitiononline.com/ProSeRit/petition.html

 

Dongxiao Yue, Ph.D. is an accomplished software developer. Dr. Yue sued Symantec and Sun Microsystem for pirating his Power RPC software, with ample evidence. After filing judicial misconduct complaints against Judge Martin J. Jenkins, Dr. Yue faced increasing retaliation. Judges Jenkins and Elizabeth D. Laporte dismissed the lawsuits and ordered Dr. Yue to pay $220,000.00 to defendants for attorney's fees. The Ninth Circuit waited 169 days, until Judge Jenkins resigned from the federal bench, then dismissed Dr. Yue's judicial misconduct complaints as moot.
 

Ninth Circuit's (current) rules & procedures
for federal judicial misconduct complaints

Dr. Yue's November 21, 2007 judicial misconduct complaint vs U.S. District Judge Martin J. Jenkins (Northern District of California)

Dr. Yue's November 21, 2007 coverletter to Ninth Circuit Chief Judge Mary M. Schroeder, with a copy to 9th Circuit Judge Kozinski

Dr. Yue's January 22, 2008 letter to 9th Circuit Chief Judge Kozinski inquiring as to the status of his judicial misconduct complaint, with copy to Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

9th Circuit's May 9, 2008 letter enclosing Chief Judge Kozinski's May 9, 2008 order dismissing the complaint as moot

Dr. Yue's May 27, 2008 petition for review &, alternatively, for certification to Judicial Conference

9th Circuit's June 2, 2008 rejection of petition

Dr. Yue's July 26, 2008 letter to 9th Circuit Judicial Council

 

 

 

 

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