You keep stating stuff like "But the judge in this case went above and beyond, calling in people who were not directly party to the case, calling people in from outside of the district, and essentially putting them on trial without the benefits of time to build a defense." but that claim is completely without merit. As it has been explained to you, numerous times with details, the judge did only what the rules of his court allowed, no more no less. If you aren't smart enough to read back over this whole saga and see it, then you are probably about to be disbarred.
As noted many times before, almost ad nauseum at this point; Judge Wright took his time to make sure he did everything correctly, because he knew some sort of appeal would happen. Just because you feel that he was " Reaching outside of a case and outside of his district to pull people in for lecture and punishment without trial" doesn't mean that is what happened, it wasn't. Even though Rossing and Hansmeier are now trying to paint it that way, it was still a civil matter and Judge Wright only did what any judge could do when presented with evidence of fraud taking place in his court. No more, no less. I for one find it refreshing that Hansmeier is now trying to pretend that it was/should have been a criminal case; as he's admitting he's a criminal, and a part of Prenda et.al.
No it isn't; it's a smoke screen that will only fool the simple minded. It doesn't do anything to answer any of the questions raised by Toeppen's seemingly constant, horrible, actions that he inflicted upon his community.
I sincerely hope that your novel “The Crown: A Tale of Blood, Women and Wine” is climbing the New York Times best seller list. Even though it seems that your novel is probably an awful piece of fiction, based on the fact that all reviews of it online were written by you; I really do hope that your self-published (iUniverse) book is a hit, because you are about to become an ex-lawyer. Pro-tip: search google news for the name “Brett Gibbs.” Hopefully your book sales have been large enough that you can flee this country for a safe haven like North Korea. Otherwise you may find yourself wearing orange coveralls, like your new Prenda friends.