Q: How do I appeal a decision not to review my case by the Arizona Supreme Court?
I was found by an Administrative Law Judge of the AZ Corporate Commission to be a control person responsible for actions by others. ALL testimony was that another person was the sole control person. I never signed, nor agreed to, any operating agreement or other documents that gave me any powers. The decision was solely based upon me having a title of Executive Member. In fact, all evidence in the case showed that I did not join the company, other than as a consultant, until after the actions in question had already happened. The appeals court did not review the evidence presented about the timing of my joining the company and found for the Commission. The AZ Supreme Court has denied to review the case. How do I get someone to see that the facts have been wrongly applied and that the Commission's charges are based upon INFERENCE (which they admit)?
A: First, I am not an Arizona lawyer. If the AZ appellate rules allow, perhaps you can file a motion for reconsideration to the AZ Supreme Court, asking them to take the case. Aside from that, you have one avenue for appeal left: a writ of certiorari to the US Supreme Court (very expensive and a whole new set of Rules, and the chances that the writ would be granted, statistically, are not in your favor).
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