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Scott Huminski

Challenging the nomination of Sonia Sotomayor
to the United States Supreme Court

"I litigated before Sotomayor, Huminski v. Haverkoch 11/5/04, 03-7036 2d. Cir..  Aside from ignoring the facts and applicable law, Sotomayor could not even get the standard of review correct.  It was De Novo (cross motions for summary judgment) not reversible error as Sotomayor found.  Law school 101 flunk-out.  Dangerous jurist."   -- scott

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Scott Huminski's May 9, 2003 appellant's brief

        Scott Huminski's appellant's appendix

Appellee's June 16, 2003 brief

Scott Huminski's June 30, 2003 reply brief

November 4, 2004 ORAL ARGUMENT before the 2nd Circuit Panel: Judges Richard J. Cardmone, Jose A. Cabranes & Sonia Sotomayor
-- argued by Alan Uris, Esq. for Scott Huminski

"At hearing in 03-7036, Sotomayor and the rest of the panel were silent.  She did not run a "hot" courtroom. The summary order came out the day after oral argument, the case was already decided when we argued.  The entire proceeding before Sotomayor was essentially a cover-up of egregious law enforcement misconduct."  -- scott

Second Circuit panel November 5, 2004 summary order

Scott Huminski's November 10, 2004 petition for panel rehearing
 (signed by Alan Uris, Esq.)

Scott Hukminski's petition for rehearing
  (signed by Alan Uris Esq.)




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