Petition for Oral Argument at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal

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Dr. Yue, a pro se litigant, requests the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal to grant ORAL ARGUMENT in his case against two large corporations and individual defendants. At the federal district court, the judge told Dr. Yue to "cease and desist" from filing papers. The following was the exchange afterwards (transcript):

DR. YUE: WHAT'S THE COURT'S LEGAL RATIONALE FOR THAT?
THE COURT: THAT IS THE RATIONALE, AND THAT'S THE STATEMENT.
DR. YUE: FOLLOWING RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE (interrupted)
THE COURT: MR. YUE, I AM GOING TO HAVE YOU TAKEN OUT IF YOU DON'T BE QUIET.

After Dr. Yue sued Sun Microsystems and StorageTek for stealing his software, the judge quickly dismissed his case without leave to amend and before defendants filed any responsive pleading. Dr. Yue now appeals to the Ninth Circuit (Case Number 08-15927). Dr. Yue believes that oral argument should be held because he was denied in his day in the federal district court and he should be given the opportunity to argue his cause before the judges of the court of appeal.

Please grant Dr. Yue's Request for Oral Argument.