Harley then commenced this proceeding pursuant to Article 78 of the State of

Harley then commenced this proceeding pursuant to

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the requisite period of time. Harley then commenced this proceeding pursuant to Article 78 of the State of Nirvana Civil Practice Law and Rules. 2. Sage Wisner, Harley’s fiancé/fiancée, claims that s/he has known Harley since December 2015 and that Harley, since February 2016, has always lived with his/her aunt. Sage acknowledges that Harley spends inordinate amounts of time at his/her apartment. Harley would sometimes spend weeks and months at a time li ving in Sage’s apartment. This mostly occurred when Harley would have a “falling out” with his/her aunt, mostly over staying out until very late at night, not checking in with the aunt for weeks on occasions, and Harley’s criminal conduct. Sage also confirmed that Harley receives mail addressed to Sage’s apartment. Sage lives in a non -rent-controlled apartment and pays $2,500.00 per month for a one-bedroom unit in a tenement. Harley’s aunt paid $500.00 per month for her apartment. After their marriage in 2020, Harley and Sage plan to reside in the aunt’s apartment. 3. A neighbor of Harley’s aunt, Finley Adams, l ives directly across the hall. Finley, who is rather spry for an octogenarian, has poor vision and wears a hearing aid when s/he remembers to use it. Finley says that s/he sees Harley entering the aunt’s apartment all the time using a key. S/he believes, but can’t say for sure, that Harley ever really moved in. Finley did not like the DHPD investigator, who Finley believes was trying very hard to intimidate him/her into stating that Harley did not reside with the aunt. Finley held firm to his/her belief and eventually told the investigator to get lost.
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2018-2019 Mock Trial Case (Final Version Nov 5 2018) Includes all corrections made as of FEB 7, 2019 52 4. Blake Wards, the DHPD investigator, believes that, while Harley may have resided with his/her aunt on occasions, s/he did not live in the apartment for the two-year period of time prior to the aunt permanently vacating the apartment as required by city regulation 28 RC 3-02[p][3]. S/he contends that Harley has failed to produce any documentation showing that s/he resided continuously in the apartment for two full years prior to the aunt’s death. After re-establishing contact with his/her great aunt, Harley claims to have gone to live with Aunt Barbra to assist in her care. Harley acknowledges that s/he was incarcerated on a 60-day sentence from April 1, 2016 to May 28, 2016 on a petit larceny conviction. The court also imposed a two-year period of probation. Prior to allegedly moving in with his/her aunt, Harley claimed to have lived at flop houses or with friends. Harley contends that, although s/he was incarcerated for two months, his/her residence was still his/her aunt’s apartment. 5. Tatum Neal is Harley’s probation officer. Harley’s two -year period of probation expired on May 25, 2018. S/he was requi red to report to Officer Neal’s office on the first Monday of each month, unless the particular Monday was a holiday, in which case, s/he would report on Tuesday. Since Harley was faithful in keeping his/her appointments, Officer Neal never visited Harley at Harley’s residence.
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