Cheer up, things could be worse.
From the "Cheer up, things could be worse" department. (I cheered up and they got worse.)
The case I thought was so great was overturned by the Appellate Division. Basically, they said the lower court was too broad in defining ineffective counsel.
Good thing I found that before I used the case; the District Attorney would have loved telling the court that the case I was using to base my appeal on was already overturned!
I am back to being confused as to what to put in this last chance to the courts. (Made carbon copy of this too.)
As the Elvis song says, "I feel so lonely I could die." (Not a direct whine to you; your letter has made my day.)
From the really dumb and stupid department: (At least this time I got the carbon paper set up right.)
I was reviewing my "legal file" about to write a follow-up letter to the court and found the original Poor Persons affidavit, notarized back in February. I never mailed it out to the courts!
I just dropped it in the mailbox and hope I have not blown my last chance at seeking relief by forgetting to mail a form in on time.
Now I really feel like shit.
I am going to take a shower and hide under the covers. I will be working on letter this weekend.
Wish me luck on the court accepting my paper work.