The district court upheld the remand order and Cok has appealed. We so held on very similar facts in Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee v.
On the other hand, if the court means to issue a more generalized injunction aimed at preventing the bringing of any and all unpermitted pro se actions in the district court, it must develop a record showing such widespread abuse of the judicial system as to warrant such a broadcast prohibition. But for the reasons discussed above, we are unable, without more, to affirm an injunction of unlimited breadth.
For example, in Pavilonis, F. According to Cok, the divorce and its fallout have produced over orders. The order as now worded enjoining the plaintiff, pro se, from removing family court matters and commencing any actions in the district court, pro se, without prior approval, is vacated and remanded to the district court for further proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion. She thus was without an opportunity to respond before the restrictive filing order was entered.
The district court held a hearing on the motion, and "affirmed" the magistrate's remand order. Plaintiff is enjoined, inter alia, from "commencing any actions in this court, pro se, without prior approval COK, Plaintiff, Appellant, v. Where recommendations or requests like this do not come first, courts have issued show cause orders to errant pro se litigators, Cofield v.
But this order is not limited to restricting improper conduct of the type which the present record indicates plaintiff has displayed in the past. If the "specific vice" sought to be curtailed is simply the appellant's propensity, as here and in , to attempt improper removals to federal court of matters based on her state divorce proceeding, the district court may, after notice, wish to enter an order limiting such conduct. The same result applies here.
The district court upheld the remand order and Cok has appealed. The State of Rhode Island and its family court appeared specially and moved for summary dismissal or, alternatively, for remand.
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According to Cok, the divorce and its fallout have produced over orders. In Castro, F. They should be issued only when abuse is so continuous and widespread as to suggest no reasonable alternative.
The matter was referred to a magistrate-judge, who, after a hearing, determined that the remand motion should be granted. If they were, the court should have explained why it felt it appropriate to ban, without findings as to the abuses of the judicial process causing imposition of the injunction, the commencement of "any actions in this court" as opposed, for example, to a ban merely on further attempts, without authorization, to remove, pro se, more proceedings from the Rhode Island Family Court divorce case. Injunctions restricting court access across the board in all cases are very much "the exception to the general rule of free access to the courts.
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