On Mon, 29 Oct 2001 17:57:49 GMT, email@example.com (Keith Henson)
Woops, make that Nov. 4.
H. Keith Henson
2237 Munns Ave.
Oakville, ON L6H 3M9 Canada
firstname.lastname@example.org October 29, 2001 Frita Sonksen
Hall of Justice
4100 Main Street.
Riverside, CA 92501
Dear Ms Sonksen: Today I received the notice from your office in the mail which starts "The record on appeal has been filed and the appeal shall be heard on: DATE 1/04/02 . . . . It is dated 10/15/01 and has a postmark on the envelope of 10/16/01. Again it was mailed with insufficient postage. It was remailed with additional postage at a subsequent though unreadable date from San Bernadino and arrived here today, 14 days after the clock started running. The notice states that he Appellant's Opening Brief is to be filed within 20 days. Twenty days is November 4, 2001, a Sunday. Thus I believe it could be filed on the following Monday. This is, however, a week and a day less time than the due date Cindy Cohn of the EFF told me about. Given the impossibility of being advised before this date by mail, I will try to comply with this filing date for my opening brief.
H. Keith Henson PS. If you have email, email does not require 55 cents of postage and rather than taking two to three weeks gets here in about one minute. I would be glad to reply that I got each notice you send if, of course, you have access to email. Posted to a.r.s to create a public record