Can a lower court judge violate the constitutionally protected rights of due process and redress of a Pro Se litigant ?

Lidya Radin

Attorney William Gogel:
( 1 ) Today, Tuesday, July 14, 2015, at 5:30 PM I got a STAY of the proceedings in the lower Bronx court, until the higher court can hear my Writ of Prohibition on September 21, 2015.
( 2 )  See the attached Order.
( 3)  Note in the Order,  that I informed the higher court that Judge Thompson, in the lower court, had refused to give me a stay the day before, on
July 13, 2015 when we were in court with witnesses from Courtroom Observers Network.
( 4 )  The Order is attached to this email, for ease of reference.
( 5 )  Question:
The important question that the higher court will be answering on September 21, 2015: can a lower court judge violate the constitutionally protected rights of due process and redress of a Pro Se litigant by refusing to sign subpoenas to compel the production of documentary evidence and witnesses ?  
Answer:  NO.
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