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September 02, 2008

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David B. Jacobs

Would someone please address whether N.Y. Ed. Law section 3020(a)2. is mandatory in that is compliance a pre-condition to holding a 3020(a) hearing and/or is failure to provide the teacher with two penalties a jurisdictional defect voiding any further proceeding?

David B. Jacobs

Would someone please address whether a plaintiff, pro-se tenured teacher, in ongoing civil litigation against his school district can be charged, and found guilty in a 3020(a) proceeding of representing himself aa the plaintiff's attorney in that civil litigation?

David B. Jacobs

Would someone please address whether a plaintiff, pro-se tenured teacher, in ongoing civil litigation against his school district can be charged, and found guilty in a 3020(a) proceeding of signing a form affirmation provided by the Court Clerk as required by the IAS Justice to have his OSC presented to this Justice?

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