(1) HAS YOUR POWER BEEN CUT? Meeting of those whose power has been cut by DTE over a smart meter issue, or those who are facing imminent threats of shutoff. Of the thousands who have refused smart meter installation, a small number of families had their service cutoff. We have been asked to setup this meeting so that folks who are facing this situation can share experiences and options for how to cope and for next steps. There will be information about generators and solar panels and also about your legal choices.
If this is your situation we need to hear from you. Please email: email@example.com or phone: (248) 604-7545. Let us know if you are interested in attending such a meeting, what city you are in, and whether you are currently without power. When we get an idea how many are interested we will determine a meeting time and suitable location. We will try to schedule this meeting for April 28th, 29th, or 30th.
- Why the recent appeals court decision upholding the decision of MPSC with respect to DTE opt-out program does NOT foreclose other legal avenues of resistance.
- Why it is so hard to find a lawyer who will take a smart meter case and provide competent representation for a fee you can afford.
- Why smart meters are illegal in Michigan, and existing laws that are not being enforced.
- Your right to represent yourself in court protected by order of U.S. Supreme Court.
- How to prepare a Complaint that states a cause of action for which a trial court can give relief, how to obtain a summary judgment against DTE resulting in a court order that DTE may not make their smart meter a condition for receiving electrical service.
- How to obtain money damages if you have been without electric power for a considerable length of time.
- Issues triable by jury and those not triable by jury.
If you are interested in attending such a meeting, presented by someone who has successfully represented himself in court on many occasions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (248) 604-7545. Let us know what city you are in and what day of week works best for you. When we get an idea how many are interested we will determine a meeting time and suitable location. We are shooting for first or second week in May.