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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

"Absolute immunity corrupts absolutey"

Here's a sad story of a judge abusing his power to get revenge.
He [Judge Love] told me: "Do you know who, who this guy is?"
I said: "No."
He said: "This is the guy that is scheduled to testify against me in the judiciary panel."
And so the judge arranged a false arrest.

This is remarkably parallel to what happened to me in the small town of Prescott, Arizona, after I filed a complaint of judicial misconduct which resulted in former judge hinson resigning. (And/or hatred by a BYU grad / Mormon judge Mary E. Hamm.)

The good citizen in the case above initially won $60,000 in damages from the judge in a jury trial. Which is what I'm praying for someday. Hurray!

But then, instead of confessing his sin, the judge appealed and his brethren judges vacated the verdict (so much for juries being the final check & balance) and remanded the case back for trial, the brethren claiming judges have absolute immunity, even when a judge purposely abuses her power.

I don't know how the story ended up. But I know what the Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court said.
[N]othing tends to bring courts or the administration of justice into disrespect more than the spectacle of a prejudiced judge sitting in judgment upon the rights of litigants. A lack of confidence in the integrity of courts rocks the very foundations of organized society, promotes unrest and dissatisfaction, and even encourages revolution.
Keep it up, judges and the Commission on Judicial Conduct. Anarchy is just around the corner. And you'll have no one to blame but yourselves.

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