Thompson v. The Florida Bar

Filing 182

NOTICE by Norman Elliott Kent re 181 Third Party MOTION to Intervene Under Rule 24 for Permissive Intervention Notice of Scrivener's Error (Kent, Norman)

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Thompson v. The Florida Bar Doc. 182 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA MIAMI DIVISION CASE NO. 02-21256-CIV-JORDAN JOHN B.THOMPSON, vs. The FLORIDA BAR,, Defendants. ______________________/ ) ) ) ) Notice of Scrivener's Error Comes Attorney at now the as a undersigned, Proposed Norman Elliott and Kent, hereby Law, Intervenor, notifies this court of an inadvertent scrivener's error at Paragraph 10 of his Motion to Intervene, noticed upon a belated reading of said document. The first sentence of Paragraph 10 of the Motion to Intervene should properly read: "The Plaintiff has attempted to make the undersigned an issue in this cause, by filing a document, number 115, attachment #1, which is apparently a letter to various law enforcement authorities, concerning the Defendant and one of his businesses," The word Plaintiff was inadvertently included at the end of that sentence, and thus unintentionally mischaracterizes the claim. The boldfaced words are what the undersigned intended. 1 Respectfully submitted, Norman Elliott Kent 800 East Broward Blvd. Suite 310 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Florida Bar No. 271969 954 763 1900 Telefax 954 763 4792 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing was filed electronically with the Clerk of the Court, to all parties in this cause utilizing the CM/ECF Pacer System of the United States District Court, including Barry Richard, Katrina Sharpe, John B. Thompson, and Charles Fahlbusch. By Norman Elliott Kent 800 E. Broward Blvd., Suite 310 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 954-763-1900 Fla. Bar No.: 271969 2

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