P.O. Box 4931
Washington, D.C. 20009
United States Court of Appeals
November 24, 1991
District of Columbia Circuit
Washington, D.C. 20001-2866
RE: Huddle. et. al. v. Reagan. et. al, U.S. App. No. 91-5304
REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE OPPOSITION TO
FEDERAL APPELLEES' MOTION FOR SUMMARY AFFIRMANCE.
I have been told that the federal appellees have filed
a motion for summary affirmance, but I have not been able to go
to my Post Office box to get it.
I believe that this case is important. I also believe that
there must he some way that the courts can be shown the importance
of this case, and to understand that no one should have to endure
the treatment that I have experienced from the police.
I cannot present this case to the court myself. That is
why I asked the court to assign me a lawyer. The court's reply
said that my request was under consideration.
I have also made efforts on my own to obtain counsel. I
have sent a letter to the American Civil Liberties Litigation
Committee asking that they represent me. I am awaiting a reply
Because I am not capable of answering the appellees motion
myself, I now ask the Court to give me time to try to find a lawyer
so that I will have a fair chance.
/s/ Concepcion Picciotto