Saturday, October 06, 2007


Citizens ask the Judicial Conference to show them the law and authority which grants them the right to place judges above ordinary men in ... all ยป the application of American justice. There is nothing in the Constitution that puts the misconduct of a judge as something less than the misconduct of any other citizen. The integrity of the judicial system is not benefited by a breed of "Judicial independence" which seeks only to protect judges from the scrutiny of the public. Only a panel of Citizens will make the process fair and impartial. It is clear to the public that the Judiciary abuses the process of oversight.

The Report: JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE, INTERDEPENDENCE, AND JUDICIAL ACCOUNTABILITY: Management Of The Courts Institute for Court Pg 11: A review of the separation of powers doctrine and the interbranch conflicts created will enhance the understanding of judicial independence. Separation of powers does not specifically mean creation of a barrier that positively prevents any connection or contact between the branches. Preferably, it finds expression mainly in the existence of a balance among the branches. powers, in theory and in practice that makes possible independence in the context of specific reciprocal supervision. Although the judiciary is an independent coequal branch of government, the constitutional doctrine of separation of powers allows some overlap in the exercise of governmental functions.18 This overlap is sometimes referred to as the doctrine of overlapping functions...*

This means Congressional Oversight must play a role in the continued process by the Judicial Conference, and the Judiciary Committees and the Senate and House must be informed of all Public comments.

Canon 2: Public confidence in the judiciary is eroded by irresponsible or improper conduct by judges. A judge must avoid all impropriety and appearance of impropriety. A judge must expect to be the subject of constant public scrutiny.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I sent complaint after complaint to CT. Not once did anyone answer to the lack of due process I recieved in connection to my court case Luna vs. Dobson. Instead I have been lets say tortured by the system. The cruelty that was Luna vs. Dobson was unbearable. I was treated like a criminal. Lost everything! New York Courts also followed the same as far as denial of my rights! I was chased away from my home. I was threatened over and over by the same people! All I want is to know why. why?

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