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Old 05-20-2013, 07:47 PM
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Casey Anthony Bankruptcy COMPUTER

The Trustee is demanding that Casey Anthony turn over her COMPUTER
She claimed a laptop as exempt in her bankruptcy filing.

They say "the laptop may have value substantially beyond the allowed exemptions and/or may contain financial information or information that may lead to assets."

"The Trustee has requested the turn-over of the computer from Debtor's counsel.
Debtor's counsel has represented that there is nothing of value to the Bankruptcy Estate on the computer and has not turned over the computer."

EXHIBIT A
letter to Casey Anthony's bankruptcy attorney(s) on April 11, 2013
"It is also become evident after the hearing of April 9, 2013, that I am going to need to inquire in much more detail the financial transactions that Ms. Anthony had with her counsel. I have written to Mr. Baez requesting the information on an informal basis. I have not had a response from him as of yet. This is to request of Mr. Greene and his office, and any other lawyers that may have been working on her case and not in his office, to provide me with detail lists of the gifts which she received and from whom these gifts came. I will, of course, protect the identity of the people. I would appreciate this as quickly as possible."

Motion for Turnover of Debtor's Computer
Filed by Allan C Watkins on behalf of Trustee Stephen L Meininger
(Entered: 05/20/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
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Old 05-30-2013, 10:33 AM
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Zenaida filing in bankruptcy case Affidavit of John Dill

Zenaida's civil attorney John Dill who works with Morgan & Morgan has filed an attachment/Affidavit to Zenaida's Motion for Relief of Stay which will be heard in today's Hearing.

5/30/2013
Notice of Filing Affidavit of John W. Dill, Esq.
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 05/30/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

Motion of Zenaida Gonzalez for Relief from Stay
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 04/19/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...R1U/edit?pli=1
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Bankruptcy Hearing RULINGS May 30 2013

5/30/2013
HEARING

Hearing Proceeding Memo: Hearing Held

APPEARANCES:
David Schrader, [Casey Anthony]
Debra Ferwerda, [Casey Anthony]
Andrew Chmelir, [Casey Anthony]
Allan Watkins, [Trustee]
Michael Nardella, [Roy Kronk]
Josh Marchs [?] [possibly Joshua A. Marcus with TXEquuSearch law firm of
Meland Russin Budwick
Joshua is an associate with the Firm, and focuses his practice on bankruptcy and complex commercial litigation.]
Scott Shuker [Zenaida Gonzalez]

RULING: 1 -
Motion to Extend Time to file Complaint Objecting to Discharge of the Debtor or to Challenge Dischargeability of Certain Debts
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez,
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
AMENDED MOTION - https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
and Debtor's Response
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
Under Advisement

2 - Motion to Extend Time to object to discharge and/or dischargeability of debt
Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
and Debtor's Response
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
Under Advisement

3 - Objection to Debtor's Claim of Exemptions
filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Roy Kronk
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
Denied as moot

4 - Amended Objection to Debtor's Claim of Exemptions
filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Zenaida Gonzalez
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
Sustained as outlined

5 - Motion for Relief from Stay
Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
and Debtor's Response
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
One week to file any additional documentation/authorities;
Under Advisement


6 - Motion for Relief from Stay
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
and Debtor's Response
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
One week to file any additional documentation/authorities;
Under Advisement


Proposed Orders, if applicable, should be submitted within three days after the date of the hearing - Local Rule 9072-1(c). This docket entry/document is not an official order of the Court. (Dkt) (Entered: 05/30/2013)

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TexasEquuSearch filing in bankruptcy case

06/03/2013

Texas EquuSearch filed a Complaint in a separate Adversary Proceeding, May 3, 2013, within the bankruptcy case, asking that Casey Anthony not be allowed to discharge the civil lawsuit.

This is Casey Anthony's RESPONSE filed by her bankruptcy attorneys, David L. Schrader AND Debra Ferwerda. They want the bankruptcy judge to DISMISS the entire proceeding by Texas EquuSearch.

HEARING is set for July 2, 2013


https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
NOTICE OF APPEARANCE

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
COMPLAINT

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
SUMMONS


Motion to Dismiss Adversary Proceeding
Filed by David L Schrader on behalf of Defendant Casey Marie Anthony
(Entered: 06/03/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
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Old 06-06-2013, 12:45 PM
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Zenaida files case law supporting Relief from Stay

This is what the bankruptcy judge told Zenaida and Kronk that they had one week, from the HEARING on May 30th, to file case law on their Motion for Relief from Stay.

06/06/2013
Memorandum Of Law in Support of Relief from the Automatic Stay Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 362(a) and 1334(c)
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 06/06/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing


ZENAIDA GONZALEZ'S MEMORANDUM OF LAW IN SUPPORT OF RELIEF FROM THE AUTOMATIC STAY PURSUANT TO 11 U.S.C. 362(a) AND 1334(c)


Summary of filing:

Zenaida filed Sept 24, 2008 [4 years ago] Complaint for Defamation - Case # 48-2008-CA-24573-0, in State Court - Orange County

April 12, 2012 - State Court Order for Partial Summary Judgment - one of Casey Anthony's alleged defamatory statements against Zenaida must be submitted to a jury for determination since it is open to two separate interpretations.

January 2013 - State Court set Defamation claim for trial - then continued/postponed the trial until Casey Anthony's criminal Appeal was complete.

January 25, 2013 - shortly after Casey Anthony won part of her Appeal, she filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Casey Anthony listed in bankruptcy a "disputed claim" of Zenaida's defamation claim.
Zenaida believes her civil suit is valid and enforceable and qualifies as an exception from discharge in bankruptcy, and will file further action after the civil case is liquidated.

April 19, 2013 - Zenaida filed Motion for Relief from Stay asking the Court to allow them to continue their civil case in State Court, and to allow more time to file more motions regarding discharge in bankruptcy after their civil case is finished.

May 30, 2013 - bankruptcy judge had a HEARING and took Zenaida's motions under advisement, and the judge requested additional supporting documents and authorities to be filed by June 6, 2013.

page 3 - "... [Casey Anthony] would not be required to travel out of the state [of Florida] to defend against the Defamation Claim, nor would [her] "fresh start" be in jeopardy since her attorneys are apparently working pro bono."

page 5 - "Moreover, as detailed in the MFRS, the Debtor will not be prejudiced proceeding in State Court. The Debtor apparently has a team of attorneys working pro bono, so the cost of continuing to defend the Defamation Claim should not be an issue. Litigating in Federal Court will likely increase costs and attorney's fees."

page 10 - "...As detailed in the Dill Affidavit, all of the witnesses who are expected to testify for trial reside in or near Orange County, Florida, which include both law enforcement and lay witnesses. There are no trial witnesses residing in the Tampa, Florida, or surrounding area. Therefore this factor weighs in favor of abstention."
[NOTE: I believe this is the reason Casey Anthony moved to Tampa a few weeks ago - to hopefully gain an advantage in her request to have the civil suits tried in federal court in Tampa]

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Motion of Zenaida Gonzalez for Relief from Stay
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 04/19/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...R1U/edit?pli=1

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Bankruptcy Trustee Suggested Procedure

AZLawyer please correct any part of this post, if I have misinterpreted this Trustee's document and/or Bankruptcy Code.

06/06/2013
Brief re: Chapter 7 Trustee's Suggestion on Procedure
Filed by Allan C Watkins on behalf of Trustee Stephen L Meininger.
(Entered: 06/06/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

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Trustee says the bankruptcy judge already sustained Zenaida's Objection to Casey Anthony's Claim of EXEMPTIONS in her bankruptcy filing.

The judge still has to rule on Zenaida and Kronk's Complaints about whether or not Casey Anthony's debt can be discharged at all, or to not allow discharge on specific debts, and where the civil cases should be liquidated.

Trustee says the DEADLINE for filing Proof of Claim is June 24, 2013, and the IRS has already filed a "priority" tax claim in excess of $ 80,000.

Trustee's suggested procedure is:

First set deadline for filing actions pursuant to Code 727 and/or Code 523

Do Code 727 first and put Code 523 on hold.
should Casey not be allowed discharge of her debt entirely? thrown out?
this Bankruptcy Code gives a long list of reasons why a debt would not be discharged.
Zenaida, Kronk, TXEquuSearch would file their reasons why Casey should not be allowed to discharge her debt at all.
If Zenaida and Kronk [and TXEquuSearch] are successful with their Complaint and Casey is not allowed to discharge her debt for any reason, then there will be no need for any litigation concerning the specific reasons why Zenaida, Kronk, and TXEquuSearch should be exempted from discharge of Casey's debt to them, under Code 523.
If Casey Anthony's discharge is denied entirely, then Zenaida, Kronk, TXEquuSearch can proceed with their civil cases in State Court [like they want to].

Then - do Code 523 only if Zenaida, Kronk, TXEquuSearch do not file under Code 727, or are not successful with their Complaint to not allow Casey to discharge her debt at all, then the bankruptcy court can hear actions under Code 523 - with the specific reasons why Casey's debt to Zenaida, Kronk, TXEquuSearch should be EXEMPTED from discharge of Casey's debt to them. If Zenaida, Kronk, TXEquuSearch are successful in their actions under Code 523 - then they can go forward to liquidate their claims [their civil suits] in any forum they choose.

Code 523 deals with specific exceptions to discharge.
Zenaida wants to file a Complaint under Code 523(a)(6) stating their civil case should be excepted from the discharge pursuant to 11 U.S.C. 523(a)(6), because Casey Anthony committed willful and malicious injury to Zenaida.

523 (a) (6)
(a) A discharge under section 727, 1141, 1228 (a), 1228 (b), or 1328 (b) of this title does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt

(6) for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or to the property of another entity;

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http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/11/727
11 USC § 727 - Discharge
(a) The court shall grant the debtor a discharge, unless

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http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/11/523
11 USC § 523 - Exceptions to discharge
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Bankruptcy HEARING June 25 2013 3:00pm

New bankruptcy HEARING set for June 25, 2013 at 3:00 in Tampa to rule on Casey turning over computer to Trustee and to rule on Zenaida and Kronk civil suits Motions.

06/06/2013
Notice of Preliminary Hearing on Motion for Turnover of Debtor's Computer
Hearing scheduled for 6/25/2013 at 03:00 PM at Tampa, FL - Courtroom 9B, Sam M. Gibbons United States Courthouse, 801 N. Florida Avenue
(Entered: 06/06/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

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06/06/2013

Notice of Hearing on Rulings as to:

Motion to Extend Time to file Complaint Objecting to Discharge of the Debtor or to Challenge Dischargeability of Certain Debts
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez;

Motion to Extend Time to object to discharge and/or dischargeability of debt
Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk;

Motion for Relief from Stay

Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk;

Motion for Relief from Stay
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez

Hearing scheduled for 6/25/2013 at 03:00 PM at Tampa, FL - Courtroom 9B,
Sam M. Gibbons United States Courthouse, 801 N. Florida Avenue
(Entered: 06/06/2013)

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Bankruptcy case KRONK files case law

06/07/2013
Memorandum of Law in support of Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay
Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk
(Entered: 06/07/2013)

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

SUMMARY:
January 25, 2013 - Casey filed Chapter 7
At the time Kronk had an action pending in State Court - Case # 2011-CA-017051-0
Defamation case - personal injury tort
Casey was served by substitute service on the Secretary of State
Notice of Filing Affidavit of Service was filed in State Court January 23, 2013 - two days before she filed for bankruptcy

June 6, 2013 - Zenaida filed Memorandum of Law in Support of Relief from the Automatic Stay.
Zenaida is in very similar legal position as Kronk, so Kronk joins in the arguments included in the Zenaida Gonzalez Memorandum and incorporates them here.
Kronk includes additional legal authority not in Zenaida's Memorandum and further arguments regarding judicial economy

Kronk is entitled to a jury trial to determine liability and damages

Casey says Kronk's civil suit should be discharged in bankruptcy before it is liquidated [in State Court] and that is not efficient, practical or a proper exercise of jurisdiction.

The bankruptcy court cannot hear the dischargeability isssues first because proof that Casey intentionally and maliciously injured Kronk by illegally discriminating against him, necessitates proving the underlying discrimination allegations [in State Court civil lawsuit], which the bankruptcy court does not have jurisdiction to hear.
Case law says the bankruptcy court cannot liquidate the discrimination claim, and the defamation claim must be liquidated before the bankruptcy court can hear the dischargeability issue.

Casey wants the dischargeability ruled on, before the civil case is liquidated in State Court, but that would require the bankruptcy court to determine whether Kronk has a valid claim at all. Casey wants this determination made in the dischargeability arena, but a far more appropriate forum with uncontroversial jurisdiction [State Court], can make that determination by Casey merely filing a motion to dismiss for failure to state a cause of action.

If Casey is right, and Kronk has no valid cause of action, then she will receive the swiftest relief in State Court where all she need do is file a motion and have it heard.

If Casey is wrong, and Kronk does have a valid defamation claim, then Casey will have to litigate it regardless of the forum and will not be able to avoid the expense, to extent it's not pro bono already.

Casey can use summary procedures in either forum, whether by motion to dismiss or motion for summary judgment, but she will get summary relief, if she is entitled to it all, much faster in State Court.

If Casey is unsuccessful in obtaining a quick resolution on the papers, however, the case will need to proceed to trial.

If the case does proceed to trial, Casey has already indicated that she will refuse to testify based on the Fifth Amendment. As the bulk of the other witnesses and parties who would be participating are in Orlando, it would be far less economical to hold such proceedings in the forum of Casey's choice, when Casey has stated she will not even personally participate.

Kronk asks the bankruptcy judge to enter an Order granting relief from stay for the limited purpose of letting Kronk seek a judgement of liability and liquidated damages in the State Court civil suit against Casey, and to extend the time for Kronk to file any discharge or dischargeability actions until after the defamation claim is liquidated in State Court.
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Bankruptcy Casey Anthony files document

06/10/2013
Supplemental Memorandum Concerning Motions To Lift Stay
Filed by David L Schrader on behalf of Debtor Casey Marie Anthony.
(Entered: 06/10/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

This document is in response to Zenaida and Kronk's Motions for Relief from Stay and their documents with supporting case law.

Previous filings:

Motion of Zenaida Gonzalez for Relief from Stay
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 04/19/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...R1U/edit?pli=1

Memorandum Of Law in Support of Relief from the Automatic Stay Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 362(a) and 1334(c)
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 06/06/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...eGc/edit?pli=1

Memorandum of Law in support of Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay
Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk
(Entered: 06/07/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

5/30/2013
Notice of Filing Affidavit of John W. Dill, Esq.
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 05/30/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

Motion for Relief from Stay
Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk
(Entered: 04/19/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
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Bankruptcy Proof of Claim Filed by Linda Burdick

CLAIM FOUR
State of Florida - Office of the State Attorney
for the 9th Judicial Circuit

425 N Orange Ave., Room 260
Orlando, FL 32801

Original Filed Date: 06/14/2013
Entered by: Auto-Claim Filer

Basis of Claim: Court ordered Costs of Prosecution
Filed by Linda Drane Burdick - Chief Assistant State Attorney


Amount Claimed: $ 50.00

Attached - ORDER GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART STATE OF FLORIDA'S AMENDED MOTION TO TAX SPECIAL COSTS OF INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION AND TO RESERVE JURISDICTION
signed by Judge Perry Sept 15, 2011

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

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Deadline to file Proof of Claim is June 24, 2013
HEARING set for June 25, 2013


Creditors with dollar amounts listed:

- Adventist Florida Hospital - $ 200 [from Nov 2007 to present]

- Alliance One Collection Agency for STATE of Florida debt of $ 4,153.91
Orange County Clerk of Courts - CRIMINAL FINES - drivers lic suspended

- Ambulance added 4/4/2013 $ 921.15 FILED CLAIM

- AT&T Mobility - Collection Agency - $ 1,403.32

- Baez - $ 500,000 [though she said she really does not owe this]

- Florida Dept Law Enforcement - $ 61,505.12 [court costs - Court Ordered by Judge Perry]

- Internal Revenue Service - $ 68,540 - -$ 80,855.11 FILED CLAIM

- Metropolitan Bureau of Inv - $ 10,283.90 [judgment for Inv Fees & Costs - Court Ordered by Judge Perry]

- Orange County Florida Clerk of Court - $ 495.00 [court costs]

- Orange County Sheriff's Office - $ 145,660.21 FILED CLAIM
[judgment for Inv Fees & Costs - Court Ordered by Judge Perry]

- State of Florida - $ 50.00 FILED CLAIM
[Ofc State Atty - judgment for Inv Fees & Costs]
Court Ordered Costs of Prosecution

- Tribute MasterCard - $ 1,250

- Roy Kronk - civil suit
- Tim Miller/Texas EquuSearch - civil suit
- Zenaida Gonzalez - civil suit
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CLAIM FOUR
State of Florida - Office of the State Attorney
for the 9th Judicial Circuit

425 N Orange Ave., Room 260
Orlando, FL 32801

Original Filed Date: 06/14/2013
Entered by: Auto-Claim Filer

Basis of Claim: Court ordered Costs of Prosecution
Filed by Linda Drane Burdick - Chief Assistant State Attorney


Amount Claimed: $ 50.00

Attached - ORDER GRANTING IN PART AND DENYING IN PART STATE OF FLORIDA'S AMENDED MOTION TO TAX SPECIAL COSTS OF INVESTIGATION AND PROSECUTION AND TO RESERVE JURISDICTION
signed by Judge Perry Sept 15, 2011

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

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Deadline to file Proof of Claim is June 24, 2013
HEARING set for June 25, 2013


Creditors with dollar amounts listed:

- Adventist Florida Hospital - $ 200 [from Nov 2007 to present]

- Alliance One Collection Agency for STATE of Florida debt of $ 4,153.91
Orange County Clerk of Courts - CRIMINAL FINES - drivers lic suspended

- Ambulance added 4/4/2013 $ 921.15 FILED CLAIM

- AT&T Mobility - Collection Agency - $ 1,403.32

- Baez - $ 500,000 [though she said she really does not owe this]

- Florida Dept Law Enforcement - $ 61,505.12 [court costs - Court Ordered by Judge Perry]

- Internal Revenue Service - $ 68,540 - -$ 80,855.11 FILED CLAIM

- Metropolitan Bureau of Inv - $ 10,283.90 [judgment for Inv Fees & Costs - Court Ordered by Judge Perry]

- Orange County Florida Clerk of Court - $ 495.00 [court costs]

- Orange County Sheriff's Office - $ 145,660.21 FILED CLAIM
[judgment for Inv Fees & Costs - Court Ordered by Judge Perry]

- State of Florida - $ 50.00 FILED CLAIM
[Ofc State Atty - judgment for Inv Fees & Costs]
Court Ordered Costs of Prosecution

- Tribute MasterCard - $ 1,250

- Roy Kronk - civil suit
- Tim Miller/Texas EquuSearch - civil suit
- Zenaida Gonzalez - civil suit
So any word if Baez filed a Proof of Claim
I seem to remember a pre-trial hearing(perhaps it was the Indigency Hearing) in which Baez admitted to the Court that he did not track his billable hours on the OCA case
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So any word if Baez filed a Proof of Claim
I seem to remember a pre-trial hearing(perhaps it was the Indigency Hearing) in which Baez admitted to the Court that he did not track his billable hours on the OCA case
There are only (4) officially filed CLAIMS in the bankruptcy court, as of today June 18, 2013, and Baez is NOT one of them.

The DEADLINE to file a Proof of Claim is June 24, 2013.
A bankruptcy Hearing will be held the next day, June 15, 2013

(1) Ambulance added 4/4/2013 $ 921.15 FILED CLAIM

(2) Internal Revenue Service - $ 68,540 - -$ 80,855.11 FILED CLAIM

(3) Orange County Sheriff's Office - $ 145,660.21 FILED CLAIM
[judgment for Inv Fees & Costs - Court Ordered by Judge Perry]

(4) State of Florida - $ 50.00 FILED CLAIM
[Ofc State Atty - judgment for Inv Fees & Costs]
Court Ordered Costs of Prosecution


http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/...-pro-bono.html

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Casey Anthony: Living La Vita Pro Bono

excerpts:

It came as no surprise that Judge Stan Strickland granted indigency status to Casey Anthony on Friday. Not to do so would have put the prosecution of her case in jeopardy. Nevertheless, the hearing on Thursday provided much more information about the case and how it is being pursued.

Jose Baez was next to testify. I noticed that Mason did not ask about his legal experience as he had done with Andrea Lyon. All he asked was if Baez was an attorney licensed to practice in Florida and in good standing (with the Bar). He then asked if Baez was the lead attorney on the case. Baez responded, "for all intents and purposes". Mason asked Baez if he had represented Casey in the collateral check fraud case. Baez answered in the affirmative. Mason asked Baez if he had any knowledge of any deals in the works. To each, Baez answered, "absolutely not".

Mason then asked Baez if he had received money in the case and if he had revealed that information to Judge Strickland in camera. He then asks if there is any money left, and Baez replies, "zero". Baez then testified that he had received approximately $89,000 for all litigation and that, although he had never tracked his hours, he estimated he'd spent 2500 hours on her defense. Baez said that there was no one holding money for him and that he had asked Mason to join the team pro bono.

Baez also testified that the only lawyers who had been paid were himself and Adrea Lyon. The amount paid to him was for his fees and Andrea Lyon received only expenses.
In addition, Linda Kenney-Baden had not been paid anything for her services. She was also working pro bono.

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March 5, 2010

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http://www.kpho.com/story/21569446/j...ony-bankruptcy

Jose Baez discusses Casey Anthony bankruptcy
Posted: Mar 10, 2013
By Adam Longo - email

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Anthony has nearly 100 possible creditors listed on the bankruptcy documents she filed with the court. Baez is among them, listed as possibly being owed $500,000 from Anthony.
If Baez wished to contest the discharging of his attorney fees, he would have to petition the bankruptcy court. It's unclear if he plans to do so.
"Those are private financial matters between an attorney and a client," said Baez. "I don't have a waiver from Casey allowing me to discuss that, so unfortunately I can't say a word about it."
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Texas Equusearch founder questions future following thefts

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by Drew Karedes / KHOU 11 News
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Posted on June 18, 2013 at 10:59 PM

HOUSTON -- The founder and director of Texas Equusearch is questioning the organization’s future after two big thefts in one week.

Tim Miller says he’s found himself at a painful crossroad as the hits keep coming.

On Tuesday afternoon, Equusearch members were eating lunch at a Golden Corral after a search in north Houston. When they came out of restaurant, off of Gulf Freeway and Fuqua, their van and trailer were gone.

“A lot of stuff, the van, the trailer, the 4 wheelers, the equipment inside the van. I’m speechless,” said Tim Miller.

Tim Miller says the theft is a $40,000 dollar blow to the organization.

Earlier this week, Miller says someone within the organization was caught stealing.

Vernon Armentor was arrested in Dickinson on Monday. Miller says he looked at Armentor as part of his family.

“We are financially struggling so bad right now. Some of the hits we are taking, literally I do not see Equusearch keeping their doors open. I don’t see it happening. I really don’t,” he added.

At this point, Miller says he doesn’t know how he could possibly make up for what has been lost.
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Bankruptcy Casey Anthony threatens to disappear

WKMG Local 6 says they "uncovered a new memo" filed in the Casey Anthony bankruptcy case -- but this was a document filed nine days ago [not new], filed in response to Zenaida and Kronk's filings. It is on the bankruptcy docket and can be "uncovered" there, no journalistic investigating to be done.

Looks to me like this news outlet is trying to garner sympathy for Mz Anthony, with their sensational headline "Casey Anthony threatens to 'disappear' over bankruptcy case".

http://www.clickorlando.com/news/cas...z/-/index.html

Casey Anthony threatens to 'disappear' over bankruptcy case
Hearing scheduled in Florida next week [June 25, 2013]


"Local 6 uncovered a new memo filed in the Casey Anthony bankruptcy case in which her attorney suggests that Anthony may have to "disappear" if she's forced to go to trial."

Here is the document on google docs:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...M1U/edit?pli=1

DEBTOR'S SUPPLEMENTAL MEMORANDUM CONCERNING MOTIONS TO LIFT STAY
Filed June 10, 2013

page 6 - Casey Anthony will suffer. She will either defend the cases or be forced to default because she has no money. She will be lampooned in the press.
The death threats will increase again.
She will be forced to find new accommodations, or just disappear and say it is not worth the fight anymore.

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Supplemental Memorandum Concerning Motions To Lift Stay
Filed by David L Schrader on behalf of Debtor Casey Marie Anthony.
(Entered: 06/10/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

This document is in response to Zenaida and Kronk's Motions for Relief from Stay and their documents with supporting case law.

Previous filings:

Motion of Zenaida Gonzalez for Relief from Stay
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 04/19/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...R1U/edit?pli=1

Memorandum Of Law in Support of Relief from the Automatic Stay Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §§ 362(a) and 1334(c)
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 06/06/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...eGc/edit?pli=1

Memorandum of Law in support of Motion for Relief from Automatic Stay
Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk
(Entered: 06/07/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

5/30/2013
Notice of Filing Affidavit of John W. Dill, Esq.
Filed by R Scott Shuker on behalf of Creditor Zenaida Gonzalez
(Entered: 05/30/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing

Motion for Relief from Stay
Filed by Michael Nardella on behalf of Creditor Roy Kronk
(Entered: 04/19/2013)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
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Casey Anthony Threatens To Disappear

Casey Anthony threatens to 'disappear' over bankruptcy case
Hearing scheduled in Florida next week
Published On: Jun 19 2013 10:29:09 AM EDT Updated On: Jun 19 2013 10:35:56 AM EDT

ORLANDO, Fla. -Local 6 uncovered a new memo filed in the Casey Anthony bankruptcy case in which her attorney suggests that Anthony may have to "disappear" if she's forced to go to trial.

The memo, which shows how frustrated Anthony is with the ongoing court battle, says if Roy Kronk and Zenaida Gonzalez are permitted to take Anthony to trial, Anthony "will be forced to find new accommodations, or just simply disappear and say it is not worth the fight anymore."

A hearing is scheduled on the matter next week in a federal court in Tampa.

...more at link
http://www.clickorlando.com/news/cas...z/-/index.html
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TexasEquuSearch DEPOSITIONS of Casey, George, Cindy

TexasEquuSearch has a separate Adversary Proceeding # 8:13-ap-00375-KRM, within the main bankruptcy case.

TES filed Notice of Taking DEPOSITIONS of: [documents on google docs]

- Casey Anthony - July 22, 2013 - 10:00am - in St. Petersburg, FL at a legal
videography company
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing


- George Anthony - July 23, 2013 - 10:00am - in Orlando
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing


- Cindy Anthony - July 23, 2013 - 2:00pm - in Orlando

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing


They are required to produce requested documents by July 19, 2013.

A TES HEARING is set for July 2, 2013, where TES has filed documents stating why their civil suit should not be discharged in bankruptcy.
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BAEZ files CLAIM in Bankruptcy case

Today is the DEADLINE for all bankruptcy Creditors to file a Proof of Claim.

Baez filed a Claim today for $ 397, 431.78 - what he claims is owed out of an original Retainer fee of $ 500,000.00

Jose Baez
c/o The Baez Law Firm
522 Simpson Rd.
Kissimmee, FL 34744-4458

Payment to:
Baez Law Firm - Miami Office
2020 Ponce De Leon Blvd Suite 1101
Coral Gables, FL 33134

Amount claimed: $ 397, 431.78

Basis for Claim - "Legal services performed"
under 11 U.S.C. 507(a) ( )

Retainer Amount = $ 500,000.00

Payments made from Dec 2008 - Sept 23, 2011 = total $ 102,568.22
[$ 8,754.41 paid by Atty Macaluso]

Outstanding Balance = $ 397,431.78

Payment made on Sept 23, 2011 of $ 10,113.39 was payment made by third party of
$ 45,500.00


Amounts subtracted from $ 45,500.00:
- $ 13,650.00 paid to Taxes
- $ 10,000.00 paid to P.I. Pat McKenna
- $ 6,736.61 paid to P.I. Jeremiah Lyons
- $ 5,000.00 paid to misc expenses - computer, personal items, etc

Original Filed Date: 06/24/2013

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
AMENDED CLAIM


https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
ORIGINAL CLAIM

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Indigency Affidavit
signed 3/3/2010

page 8 - Baez fee $ 89,454.83 - no other compensation in future

http://media.trb.com/media/acrobat/2010-07/55220170.pdf

Baez lists this amount, $ 89,454.83 on his Proof of Claim today, as "Total Paid: (Pre-Indigent)

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Today is the DEADLINE for all bankruptcy Creditors to file a Proof of Claim.

Baez filed a Claim today for $ 397, 431.78 - what he claims is owed out of an original Retainer fee of $ 500,000.00

Jose Baez
c/o The Baez Law Firm
522 Simpson Rd.
Kissimmee, FL 34744-4458

Payment to:
Baez Law Firm - Miami Office
2020 Ponce De Leon Blvd Suite 1101
Coral Gables, FL 33134

Amount claimed: $ 397, 431.78

Basis for Claim - "Legal services performed"
under 11 U.S.C. 507(a) ( )

Retainer Amount = $ 500,000.00

Payments made from Dec 2008 - Sept 23, 2011 = total $ 102,568.22
[$ 8,754.41 paid by Atty Macaluso]

Outstanding Balance = $ 397,431.78

Payment made on Sept 23, 2011 of $ 10,113.39 was payment made by third party of
$ 45,500.00


Amounts subtracted from $ 45,500.00:
- $ 13,650.00 paid to Taxes
- $ 10,000.00 paid to P.I. Pat McKenna
- $ 6,736.61 paid to P.I. Jeremiah Lyons
- $ 5,000.00 paid to misc expenses - computer, personal items, etc

Original Filed Date: 06/24/2013

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
AMENDED CLAIM


https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7Dj...it?usp=sharing
ORIGINAL CLAIM
Ok, I know this is the "Current News" thread, but are we to belive he asked FCA to sign a $500,000 retainer when he met with her in jail back in July 2008??!! And this 22 year old unemployed, irresponsible, do nothing signed it? And JB believed he would get paid??!! Now, what was he counting on 'cause at face value, this arrangement is just plain st*pid.
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Ok, I know this is the "Current News" thread, but are we to belive he asked FCA to sign a $500,000 retainer when he met with her in jail back in July 2008??!! And this 22 year old unemployed, irresponsible, do nothing signed it? And JB believed he would get paid??!! Now, what was he counting on 'cause at face value, this arrangement is just plain st*pid.
Why didn't he attach a copy of the RETAINER AGREEMENT?
There is NOTHING to confirm that there ever was a Retainer Fee in that amount!
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ZENAIDA files Proof of Claim in Bankruptcy case

Zenaida filed a Proof of Claim because today is the DEADLINE to do so.
No amount listed - just says Unliquidated Defamation Claim - TBD - to be determined


Zenaida Gonzalez
c/o R. Scott Shuker, Esq
Latham, Shuker, Eden & Beaudine, LLP
111 N. Orange Ave., Ste 1400
Orlando, FL 32801

No amounts claimed - Unliquidated/TBD - Defamation Claim


Attached
ORDER ON PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND DEFENDANT'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
Signed April 12, 2012 by Judge Munyon
Filed in the bankruptcy case by Zenaida April 19, 2013

Original Filed Date: 06/24/2013

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Texas EquuSearch files Proof of Claim Bankruptcy case

Texas Equusearch Mounted Search and Recovery
c/o Peter D. Russin, Esq.
Meland Russin & Budwick, P.A.
200 South Biscayne Blvd., Suite 3200
Miami, FL 33131

Amount claimed: EXCEEDING $ 100,000.00

Basis for Claim: Fraud/Fraudulent misrepresentation and unjust enrichment
(See Complaint Objecting to Dischargeability Adversary Case No. 8:13-ap-00375-KRM

Original Filed Date: 06/24/2013

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Roy Kronk files Proof of Claim Bankruptcy

Roy Kronk
c/o Howard S. Marks, Esq.
Michael A. Nardella, Esq.
Burr & Forman LLP
200 S. Orange Avenue, #800
Orlando, FL 32801

No amounts claimed - Unliquidated - to be determined
Basis for Claim: Personal injury (defamation claims)


Attached
ADDENDUM TO PROOF OF CLAIM OF ROY KRONK
Kronk has not yet liquidated his personal injury tort claims in State Court, and therefore reserves the right to amend this proof of claim until such time as his claims are liquidated.
Kronk does not waiver any rights to have any issue determined by a jury.

Attached - EXHIBIT A
COMPLAINT AND DEMAND FOR JURY TRIAL
Filed 6/24/2013
Action for damages in excess of $ 15,000.00
Casey Anthony, through her attorneys, who acted as her agents, published false and defamatory statements about Kronk.
...Casey Anthony authorized and permitted her attorneys, as her agents, to make false and malicious statements against Kronk, and to portray him as the murderer of her child.

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff, ROY KRONK, demands that this Court render judgment against Defendant, CASEY ANTHONY, individually, and award all damages, including interest, costs and any and such other and further relief as this Court deems just and proper under the circumstances.

...reserves the right ... to amend his Complaint and seek punitive damages upon the requisite predicate showing.

... hereby demands a trial by jury on all issues so triable...


Original Filed Date: 06/24/2013

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BK Hearing Back In Court Today

Casey Anthony attorneys back in court to discuss defamation suits

Casey Anthony's bankruptcy attorneys will be back in court Tuesday afternoon for a hearing about the defamation suits that were filed against her in state court.

Zenaida Gonzalez and Roy Kronk each are suing Anthony for defamation. The cases were progressing in Orange County until Anthony filed for bankruptcy protection in January.

Gonzalez claims Anthony tarnished her reputation by telling detectives a nanny with a similar name kidnapped her daughter Caylee in 2008.

Anthony will most likely not attend Tuesday's 3 p.m. hearing in Tampa.

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/...,5673440.story
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Wanted: Casey's Current Computer

Also up for discussion at Today's Bankruptcy Hearing at 3PM

The court is also slated to take up another issue during the hearing — a request by the bankruptcy trustee to see Anthony's computer.

Trustee Stephen Meininger argued he wants May to order Anthony to turn over her computer because the laptop may contain financial data or information that may lead to assets.

Meininger stated in his filing that Anthony's attorneys said there is "nothing of value" to the bankruptcy estate on Anthony's computer and has refused to turn over the laptop.

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