Judges Have “Misrepresented” the Congressional Wording of the Immunity Clause in Statute

While judges continue to award themselves immunity for crimes committed from the bench, the "opinions" they are using to do so are outdated,  false and do not represent the intent of Congress.  Many of those cases are like a game of whisper down the lane, concluding that "a judge cannot be sued for anything done from the bench. "

As you can see below on Pages 36-37, from the Congressional transcript that amended 42 USC 1983, the legislators did NOT give unequivocal immunity to all these charlatans. Its the … Continue Reading ››

Suing the Opposing Attorney

 Fifteen years ago, a neighbor came to my door, asking me to watch her son.  She had three young children all under the age of six, and was on her way to court. Her husband had left her for another woman, and refused to sign off on their home so it could be sold.  Her job alone was not enough to pay the mortgage, and he would have received a portion of the proceeds in equitable distribution.   The husband also rarely complied with child support, which would have been reduced had he … Continue Reading ››