Convicted murderer Claudia Hoerig has been denied by another Federal court to file any more motions or documents that pertain to her case. 

Youngstown Federal Judge Dan Aaron Polster has ordered the court to refrain from filing any documents submitted by Hoerig, or anyone on her behalf and to return those documents citing Judge Polster's order. 

The courts recognize Hoerig as a 'vexatious litigator whos filings are improper and frivolous'. 

If Hoerig disagrees with this Opinion and Order she can appeal to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. 

This ruling comes after Hoerig's latest court filing that is titled as a "Motion to dismiss due to prosecutorial fraud". But there is no mention of the prosecutor in the document's nine pages.

Instead, Hoerig addresses the press, saying "Due to the countless misquotations that I've suffered by the Media and by the transcriptions done in my court file, I will refrain from addressing the court on Friday".

Hoerig says instead she is preparing a letter to address the family and media, which she will make available through her public defender at a later date.

The court filing also includes six pages dated January 5, 2019, which is a commentary on her experience while in the Trumbull County Jail.

Hoerig includes a list of jail employees she says give corrections officers a "good name", and a shorter list of those she believes should be fired.

The motion is posted on the federal court docket even though U.S. District Court John Adams ruled last month that the court would not accept any of her legal filings unless it is a notice of appeal.