Ronald F. Avery
October 25, 2007
CERTIFIED MAIL RRR:
7007 0710 0004 8478 4252
Via fax & certified mail:
Mr. Blake A. Hawthorne
Clerk of the Court
Supreme Court of
Re:†††††† Petition for Review: Ronald F. Avery v.
Ms. Tavie Murphy, Guadalupe Co. Tax Office, and
Dear Mr. Hawthorne,
I am the Petitioner in said Petition for Review and just
received a letter from Ricardo Lopez this morning requesting a waiver of
response on behalf of the Seguin Independent School District (SISD) to my
Petition for Review. I wish to object to the SISD characterization of the said
Petition. This referenced Petition shows that the Supreme Court of Texas has
jurisdiction to reverse the lower courts as it involves constitutional
questions namely, Sections 13 and 17 of Article 1. The lower courts did indeed
dismiss my lawsuit based on jurisdictional matters which were in violation of
the strict and clear reading of the said Articles of the Constitution of Texas.
No court or Respondent has been able to show the Petitioner a Constitutional
amendment that would permit the courts of
Therefore, it is the Respondents who are in want of a meritorious defense to the allegations and constitutional law plead by the Petitioner and wish to make the Petitioner look trivial and frivolous without proving it. If the Respondents wish to waive a response to the Petition it is more because they are in want of a sound defense rather than their desire to preserve public resources. Therefore, I would like this letter to be added to the Courtís review of the Districtís waiver of Response letter prior to any decision on the request for waiver.
This letter has been served on all the Respondents via Facsimile at the following numbers and has been sent to the Supreme Court via Certified Mail.
Ronald F. Avery
Respondent Murphy & GCTO:
McCleary, Veselka, Bragg
& Allen, P.C.
Attn:† Matthew Tepper
Fax †† 512/323-3294
Feldman & Rogers, L.L.P.
Attn:† Ricardo R. Lopez