BREAKING! SUNAHARA V. HDOH DISMISSED
Posted: March 8, 2012
© 2012 The Birther Summit
The Judge treated this as a motion for summary judgment because the Judge considered matters outside the pleadings. However, the Judge did not give any reason or explanation for the ruling but just granted it in favor of the State.
We had a long discussion about HRS 338-13(a), and the Judge may have ruled that the statute provides for various forms of either a certified copy of a certificate, or contents, or any part thereof. The Court may have decided that the Director has the sole discretion as to the form of certificate it provides, but again there was no explanation given.
The State is going to prepare the Order then it will be filed. At that point there will be thirty (30) days to appeal the Judge's decision.
We will be discussing these results with him to determine what he believes Duncan's next step should be. Personally, I believe that this could be the result of the immense poisoning of vexatious and incompetent litigation that has plagued the Hawaiian court system, as this case should have been very easily won--if nothing but the law were considered. What other motivation could a state have for denying someone a photocopy of his deceased sister's original birth certificate? Developing . . .