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Eason / IndyMac Case Remanded US District Court

Written by Subject: Criminal Justice System
 
Well it looks like the court was being to friendly to Bill Eason so the case was removed from the state level and sent to the FEDERAL level.  Are we touching a nerve?  The Attorney at the case for IndyMac was sooo confident that this was something that could be taken care of in 20 minutes?  Being this was such a "Simple" case according to the defendants attorney why was this remanded to the federal level.   Looks like the defendant - Indy Mac wouldn't be able to produce the note in the 7 days as stipulated by the court.  Otherwise they would just produce the note and the matter would be over!

A 'Notice of Removal' was likely filed by Indy Mac using the argument that they had multiple jurisdictions involved (an Arizona resident vs. a Corporation that was based in another state). The matter now starts over 3 blks. away in Federal Court.
 
This is a follow up to the article posted on FreedomsPhoenix.com
http://www.freedomsphoenix.com/Feature-Article.htm?Info=0060964

Michael K. Jeanes, Clerk of Court
*** Electronically Filed ***
07/09/2009 8:00 AM
SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA
MARICOPA COUNTY
CV 2009-019629 07/08/2009
Docket Code 002 Form V000A Page 1
CLERK OF THE COURT
HONORABLE JOHN A. BUTTRICK C. Castro
Deputy
WILLIAM J EASON, et al. WILLIAM J EASON
4932 W MICHELLE DR
GLENDALE AZ 85308-1472
v.
INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK F S B, et al. INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK F S B
NO ADDRESS ON RECORD
ERIE LEE EASON
4932 W MICHELLE DR
GLENDALE AZ 85308-1472
WILLIAM F HYDER
MINUTE ENTRY
This matter having been removed to the United States District Court,
On the Court’s own motion,
IT IS ORDERED vacating Preliminary Injunction Hearing scheduled for July 10, 2009.
Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §1446(d), this Court shall proceed no further with this action.
This case is eFiling eligible: http://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/efiling/default.asp

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