What is the scope of the superior court’s inherent jurisdiction to effectively control vexatious litigants without impeding their legitimate access to the courts — When a court brings its own motion to evaluate whether a self represented litigant is vexatious, pursuant to either its inherent or statutory jurisdiction, may it engage in an inquiry and seek evidence — What principles of procedural fairness must apply to protect a self represented litigant in a summary procedure that determines whether that litigant is vexatious and subject to restricted court access. — dismissed 01/13/2022 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agent for the Respondent.

Read the lower court decision from the ABCA here.