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Civil Procedure – Pro Se Plaintiff – ‘Vexatiousness’ Test (access required)

A Norfolk Circuit judge outlines his “indicia of vexatiousness” developed to evaluate the latest filing by a pro se plaintiff who is subject to a pre-filing injunction and who has submitted a “blunderbuss” pleading naming a host of defendants and legal claims. Owing to the infinite variety of claims pro se parties can make, the courts ...

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