Monday, October 22, 2007

Federal Court Schedules Status Conference, Attorney Situation Still Not Ruled On

This notice appears on the case docket inspite of repeated motions to withdraw court apported attorney.
NOTICE OF HEARING as to Daniel Riley: STATUS CONFERENCE: A status conference is set for Thursday, October 25, 2007 at 1:00 PM before Chief Judge George Z. Singal, Sitting by Designation. PRESENCE OF ALL COUNSEL IS MANDATORY; the defendant shall not be transported for this conference. Counsel shall be prepared to advise the court as to the trial status. The conference will be held at the U. S. District Court for the District of Maine, 156 Federal Street, Portland, ME 04101. The court's main number is (207) 780-3356.(jar) (Entered: 10/18/2007)

Federal District Court Attorney Mark E Howard Assented to Request For Ruling On Motion To Withdraw As Counsel (second motion)

Federal District Court Defendant Motion to Stop Harassment from Attorney Mark E Howard

Federal District Court Defendant Demand to be His Own Counsel and Motion for a Judge in the District of the Offense

Danny Riley, Phone Interview

Danny gave a quick phone interview from jail. He would like to say thank you to everyone for your support and give you a few thoughts on what he is up against.
Audio Link...
(download the file, then play the clip)

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

District of New Hampshire Refers Case to District of Maine

Chief Judge Steven J. McAuliffe declared an "emergency" because all of the judges in the District of New Hampshire had recused themselves from this case (inspite of Judge Joseph DiClerico Jr. not being recused). He issued an order referring the case to the District of Maine. George Z. Singal, Chief Judge for the District of Maine, concurred with the order. Magistrate Judge David Cohen has been assigned to the case.
Federal District Court, Concurring Order Referring Case to the District of Maine

DJR Files Memorandum of Law Supporting Writ of HC


State Court Amended Memorandum of Law Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus

State Court, Memorandum of Law Supporting Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus