- Sotomayor Says Judges Make Laws in this Country Sotomayor s states that appellate courts are where public policies are made;Message 1 of 1 , May 30, 2009View Source
Sotomayor Says Judges
Make Laws in this Country
Sotomayor's states that appellate courts are where public policies are made;
She then catches herself on what she had just said, and realizes she should not have urged that contention before cameras, and tries to cover it up as cats do following deification.
The fact remains, Sonia Sotomayor does indeed believe courts make laws in this country, and in so saying, she was not seeking to expose the courts for this unconstitutional act of judicial activism in violation of their Oaths of Office. As a Justice, she is anxious to establish new laws for this country.
PS – One of our long-time notable JAILers, Scott Huminski has experienced being a plaintiff before Sonia Sotomayor, and here are his comments;
I litigated before Sotomayor, Huminski v. Haverkoch 11/5/04, 03-7036 2d. Cir.. Aside from ignoring the facts and applicable law, Sotomayor could not even get the standard of review correct. It was De Novo (cross motions for summary judgment) not reversible error as Sotomayor found. Law school 101 flunk-out. Dangerous jurist.
Former Vermont JAILer
Driven out of Vermont by the Judges whom he challenged