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It does via caselaw, though, such as Graham v. Riddle, 554 F.2d 133, 135 (4th Cir.1977) or Tucker, Jr. v. Sergeant SEIBER 17 F.3d 1434 (4th Cir. 1994) which sets out clear rules to follow when trying to stop vexatious litigation via things like prefilling injuctions. Josh is right in the sense that VA has no vexatious litigant statute, although courts (federal and not) long held (in VA and outside) that they had the power to declare vexatious litigation, and stop it.Oh, nice! I'm just 20 minutes into today's Mad at the Internet, Josh mentioned Virginia not having a vexatious litigant rule and I was thinking about this.
I disagree. You are correct in saying it looks like a prefiling injuction, but it really isn't. For one, Null is only asking the court to make Mel obey the rules of app procedure. For two, Null only wanted it to apply to notices of appeal, nothing else was mentioned. To me it seems like nothing else than a request to the court to enforce it's own orders.Null's latest filing (yesterday) appears to be exactly that.
It is possible, yes. I don't think it's likely, though.Is there any chance of getting the court to apply a pre-filing injunction against her, a la Dora Adkins?