PACER is only for federal courts, and there is no "40th judicial district" in the federal court system, but there is a 40th judicial district in Texas, specifically in Ellis County, Texas.PatriotTrue7 wrote:Any attorneys here want to get on PACER and pull up the complaint in Texas? It's in the 40th judicial district.
And I don't see any way of accessing dockets or documents online in the 40th judicial district.
I made the mistake of checking PACER for William Windsor, and found a few possible matches in civil cases, and a whole slew of appeals to the 11th Circuit, most of which lasted only a few weeks (or a few days). I checked and, sure enough, most of them are being dismissed for lack of jurisdiction, failing to pay filing fees, and (most recently) failing to comply with a December 2011 order issued by the 11th Circuit that apparently restricts his filings there.
For example, in William Windsor v. [Judge} Thomas Thrash, No. 12-10095, which is an appeal from the N. Dist. of Georgia, No. 1:11-cv-02027-TWT, the following was entered on 4/15/2013:
The last three numbers are other related cases.11th Circuit wrote:Open Document ORDER: On its own motion, the court , DISMISSES the appeal because Windsor's appeal statements do not include the information required by our December 2011 Order, we hereby conclude that these appeals are due to be DISMISSED based on Windsor's failure to adequately prosecute these appeals.; The Clerk is directed to discard unfiled any motions or other papers Windsor submits in any of these appeals. GBT, EEC and BBM [12-10095, 12-10157, 12-10098]
I never found a copy of the 12/2011 order, and see no point in trying to make any sense out of a maze of lawsuits against judges.