Bo-hica! Counterfeit Order Burns Balch Allies

Why would the Alabama Supreme Court direct a trial court to enter a counterfeit order if not asked to do so in court proceedings?

Bo-hica!

Bo-hica was a nickname given to an unfortunate college student who thought it was the name of a powerful Hawaiian king.

Bo-hica can be applied to all the Balch & Bingham political allies, friends in legal circles, and judges throughout Alabama who allegedly have been asked to do favors on behalf of the embattled law firm.

When the Alabama Supreme Court ordered Shelby County Judge Sonny Conwill to enter the counterfeit, fabricated, 100% bogus order affiliated with the Newsome Conspiracy Case, the highest court of Alabama was violating their own precedent.

Bo-hica!

As Supreme Court Justice Tommy Bryan wrote in his stinging descent:

I cannot concur in the Court’s order to the extent it directs the Shelby Circuit Court (“the trial court”) to enter its June 8, 2016, order into the State Judicial Information System (“the SJIS”).

Until the trial court decides to instruct the clerk of the trial court to enter its June 8, 2016, order into the SJIS, that order “‘remains within the control of the signer and that signer, the judge, is free to alter it, postpone its entry, or decide not to cause it to be entered at all.‘” Jakeman v. Lawrence Grp. Mgmt. Co., 82 So. 3d 655, 658 (Ala. 2011) (quoting Rollins v. Rollins, 903 So. 2d 828, 833 (Ala. Civ. App. 2004)).

Thus, by instructing the trial court to enter its June 8, 2016, order into the SJIS, this Court invades the province of the trial court to determine whether — and, if so, when — that order should be made effective. Further demonstrating the impropriety of the Court’s instruction is the fact that the Court has not been asked to direct the trial court to enter its June 8, 2016, order into the SJIS. Because it is the trial court, not this Court, that should determine when, and if, that order is to be made effective, i.e., entered into the SJIS….

Why would the Alabama Supreme Court direct a trial court to enter a counterfeit order if not asked to do so in court proceedings?

Did someone at Balch & Bingham ask for the favor in an ex-parte communication with their friends on the Alabama Supreme Court and their friends complied?

Bo-hica!

The counterfeit order, according to Newsome’s appellate brief, appears to be based on the creative ghost-writing and falsehoods of legal representatives of the alleged co-conspirators, attorneys Robert M. Ronnlund and Jim Hill.

Jason Blair and Stephen Glass would be proud of this piece of make-believe fiction.

The counterfeit order was never entered into the system because it was not real, phony, fake. Worse, the counterfeit order was pulled out of thin air where:

  • No hearing was ever scheduled.
  • No briefs or arguments were ever filed.
  • No records or transcripts were available from the original case.

And now people are seriously asking, did Conwill even sign the counterfeit order to begin with?

Bo-hica!

There is no Hawaiian king named Bo-hica. Bo-hica is an acronym for Bend Over. Here It Comes Again!

And now Balch & Bingham’s closest allies are sick and tired of it,  and especially now that Balch & Bingham appears to be a career killer.