Thursday, February 15, 2007

Another bite at the apple?

I just relooked at the cert petition in Craig v. United States, 75 USLW 3367 (No. 06-802 Jan. 16, 2007) (order denying certiorari). We previously discussed the Craig cert petition here, here, here, here, and, of course, here.

Guess what? Salvador Diaz was one of the petitioners in Craig. So why on earth was he requesting an extension of his filing deadline at the Supremes nine days AFTER his cert petition was filed? Can anyone explain this?

--Dwight Sullivan

2 comments:

Marcus Fulton said...

Anyone know if he is pro se? As I recall he went pro se at first when he filed his writ.

CAAFlog said...

The request for an extension is pro se. But he was represented in his cert petition as part of the Craig case.