Another Avenatti filing today, this time focused on ex-prosecutor @JulianLAndre's social media activity, including the fact that he retweeted yours truly this weekend. Google Drive link to full document: bit.ly/3Big0El
Here it is. Exhibit A. 👀
Not to be left out, exhibit B is my @LAmag article. Hey @gwynnstu, look at this prime real estate. 👀
This is a big day on Twitter for @JulianLAndre. His followers have increased 50 percent since this filing. Nine followers now instead of six!

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21 Jul
I’m here at the Orange County federal courthouse, where Michael Avenatti just arrived for the opening day of his client theft trial. As I reported yesterday, he’ll be representing himself, w/ Dean Steward (right in photo) as standby counsel. I’ll tweet updates on this thread. 🧵 Image
Avenatti told the @FoxNews cameraman as he was going in, “I’m pro se because I want the truth to be known.” (No comment from the attorney he knocked aside, Dean Steward.) Image
OK we just got started here in court. Judge Selna is asking Avenatti about objections to jury instructions filed last night and why they were late, and he got pretty testy with him about it.
Read 113 tweets
20 Jul
I'm here in Judge Selna's courtroom for another day of jury selection in Michael Avenatti's client theft trial, and Selna right now is taking up the motions filed yesterday regarding. He's rejecting the trial continuance motion because of covid Delta variance now.
"I believe we can take adequate precautions to ensure the safety of everyone," Selna says. He says he will read the jury pool the instruction regarding covid protocols and what to do if feeling sick.
Selna also rejects Dean's suggestion to move jurors to the federal courthouse in Los Angeles, calling it "an impermissible burden." He says the audio and video in the other juror rooms in the OC courthouse is working well after Friday's mishap.
Read 87 tweets
8 Jul
Just in: Judge in New York gives Michael Avenatti 30 months in prison for the Nike extortion scheme. He's facing a lot more than that if convicted in his California client theft case later this month.
New York judge just referenced the "very serious case in California." Read my preview of that trial here: bit.ly/3xhPIzI Notable: Judge isn't fining Avenatti because he says Avenatti has no way to pay it.
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7 Jul
It's 1 p.m. in California, which means it's 10 a.m. in Hawaii and time for oral arguments in the 9th Circuit appeal of Judge Carter's injunction in the Los Angeles homeless case! (Well, almost. Case is #3 on the calendar.) You can tune in here:
The panel is notably different than the panel that granted Los Angeles city and county's emergency stay request (). Instead of two Clinton appointees and a Trump appointee, we've got three Obama appointees.
Current scene. First up is a case brought by the Hawaii Innocence Project, challenging an order that denied DNA testing of evidence in a 1982 murder conviction because of the defendant’s military status. LA Alliance injunction case will be argued next.
Read 35 tweets
27 May
Thread alert: I’m here at the First Street federal courthouse again today for Judge Carter’s hearing in the lawsuit over homelessness in Los Angeles. We’re about 7 minutes away from start time so stay tuned for tweets! 🧵 👀
Today's hearing is all about the big 110-page injunction Judge Carter issued on April 20. It's been stayed by the 9th Circuit, and the 9th wants to know how things go today. (Los Angeles County lawyers have called this an attempt by Carter to "backfill" the record.)
Here's my original @LAmag article on the injunction: lamag.com/citythinkblog/…
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26 May
I’m here at the First Street federal courthouse in Los Angeles for a hearing in the lawsuit over homelessness in LA with Judge Carter. We’ll be getting started soon and I’ll be tweeting updates on this thread so stay tuned. 🧵
The purpose of today's hearing is to discuss the city and county's progress on agreement for 6700 new shelter beds with priority for people near freeways. There has been A LOT of misinformation about this agreement, which should make for an interesting discussion today.
Notably: Legions of people seem completely convinced that the freeway bed agreement is actually an order from Judge Carter. @latimes reports this as fact, and politicos etc often reference Carter's freeway order.
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