On May 30, my attorney, Ms. Allison Jackson, appeared on my behalf in a hearing scheduled in Courtroom 4 at 1:45.
The hearing was put over until June 6 at 1:45, so my attorney and I could get a copy of the allegations Tina Sampay was alleging against me. I was not served with the proper paperwork. And did not have the required time to file a response.
On May 9, Tina Sampay tried to get a temporary restraining (civil harassment) order against me. It was denied until the hearing, which was today at 1:45 p.m.
In fact Judge Timothy Cissna clarified in court today that the there were no temporary orders in effect.
The reasons are below:
This above form was the only other form given to me. As you can see, the only two forms, I was served with were CH 109 and 120.
Michael Fennell, who served me, documented the time, the date and location I was served.
The clerk's office closes at 2 p.m. By the time, I went through the documents handed to me, the clerk's office was closed. I had to wait until the next day to go to the clerk's office on Friday. The courts were closed Monday and the file was with the judge so I was told to return the day of the hearing to get copies of the complete paperwork and proof of service. Not only did I not have the five days required for a response, I did not know what I was responding to, so it was a moot point.
Sampay did not have a copy of the paperwork she should have served me. Ms. Jackson and I said we would get the paperwork ourselves.
In court on 5/30, Sampay already seemed to to back off from this request, saying maybe this isn't the right kind of lawsuit to file and that she intends to file a full fledged defamation lawsuit.
I had detailed documentation, many independent witnesses, and had requested video to back up my response. I am not posting it in here, should Tina Sampay change her mind, there is no need to give her a sneak preview of my response to these allegations.
Rhonda Parker from Lost Coast Outpost as well as Hank Sims and Andrew Goff were in court on May 30.