Calls Taitz a “vexatious litigator.”
The State of Hawaii has had enough, and has asked Judge Rhonda Nishimura to issue an order barring Taitz from filing more motions without leave of the court and says that it will request sanctions and repayment of the costs of responding to her frivolous motions, in this case trying to enforce a unserved, illegal and facially invalid subpoena from the Georgia administrative action Farrar v Obama under a suit already dismissed,
Plaintiff’s history in this case alone demonstrates that she proffers theories without legal authority or merit. The present motion is another example of Plaintiff’s documented practice of filing unsubstantiated moving papers. A few hours of legal research was all it took to discover the applicable Georgia law pertaining to administrative hearings and administrative subpoenas. Either Plaintiff did not take that minimal mount of time before she presented her frivolous and unsubstantiated claims to this court, or worse scenario, she did take that time and actually knew that she had no merit to her claims. Either way, the result has been a waste of Defendants’ counsels’ time and resources, as well as this Court’s time and resources.
The State’s attorney pointed out that Georgia law says that their subpoenas are only valid in Georgia, and even if they were valid in Hawaii, the type of discovery Taitz seeks isn’t available even in Georgia for the type of administrative proceeding in Farrar.
Read the State’s motion: