Edward L. Chun, declare and say as follows:What he neglects to mention is that the surgery was on Jan. 5, she was only in the hospital one day, she is able to do legal work, and she is expected to be fully recovered on Jan. 19. It also doesn't say whether or not she is prepared for the hearing, or how much time she needs, or whether she is working on some other case instead.
1. I am an attorney with the law firm of Bosso, Williams, Sachs, Atack, Gallagher and Sanford, and if called upon to testify to the facts contained herein, I could competently do so.
2. This matter is scheduled for an evidentiary hearing on January 21, 2005.
3. Ms. Gray is recuperating from gallbladder removal surgery, and per doctor's orders, is out of work for at least two weeks.
4. It is therefore necessary to continue the evidentiary hearing.
Oh well, I guess the judge will take pity on her gall bladder, and postpone the hearing a couple of months.