An email received by IPR, sent by Annie Jhun, Judicial Clerk for Presiding Judge Robert D. Herndon in the Reeves et al. v. Wagner et al. Libertarian Party of Oregon lawsuit, indicates that following the initial denial of a Reeves Group request for an Expedited Trial (first covered on IPR here, https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2012/07/johnson-in-ballot-in-oregon-expedited-trial-motion-denied/) — a “Renewed Motion To Expedite Trial” filed by the Reeves LPO group yesterday, 1 August 2012, was dismissed today, less that 24 hours later.
Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2012 3:00 PM
Subject: Reeves et al. v. Wagner et al., CV12010345
We are in receipt of Plaintiff’s Renewed Motion to Expedite Trial. Judge Herndon has reviewed your motion and will not be granting your request, based on the reasoning stated in his July 26th letter. The case is currently not at issue, and the court will not set anything until it is at issue.
Judicial Clerk to Presiding Judge Robert D. Herndon