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    JAILers4Justice (J4J) ____________________________________________________________ Los Angeles, CA July 9, 2009
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 9, 2009

      JAILers4Justice (J4J)
      Los Angeles, CA                                                 July 9, 2009

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      Understanding The

      Future Impact of J.A.I.L

      (By Ron Branson – National J.A.I.L. CIC)


      J.A.I.L. has received the following question from David Klarr - djour8142@..., reflecting a common misunderstanding regarding the future impact of J.A.I.L. He writes;




      In reading this I have become perplexed.


      Here is a person, as most, that does not have the financial support, backing or resources to go to court in the first place, nonetheless to make appeal after appeal to get justice done in his/her case.


      You must think that all people are wealthy. If all are wealthy, then all can go through the appeals process you mention. The fact is most people cannot financially stand the blow given them from a mere traffic violation. How can one get due process to fight the thugs of government in appeals court after appeals court?


      Government has unlimited resources due to taxation. We have to work honest jobs with pauper's pay. Therefore, most people just pay the system rather than fight it. It is wrong not to stand on principle of morality, decency righteousness; however, no one can afford to stand on those right values. ….


      David Klarr





      Dear David Klarr:


      Because your question represents a common misunderstanding, I have elected to answer your concern publically for the benefit of all.


      In your mind J.A.I.L. is going to cause an endless string of exhausting appeals without end. Such appeals, as you point out, would bankrupt everyone but the extremely wealthy.


      If your presupposition were correct, then J.A.I.L. would avail but a few, that is, only those with either the expertise to self-litigate, or who could afford to hire an attorney. But your presupposition of J.A.I.L. is not correct.


      The future impact of J.A.I.L. is not that everyone will have to fully exhaust every single issue to the state Supreme Court, and ultimately to the Special Grand Jury created by J.A.I.L.  In fact, once the Special Grand Jury has devoured a few judges, the numbers of cases that shall appear before them shall diminish to the point, as it were, of extiction.  This is exactly why J.A.I.L. has an accordion provision within Paragraph 9, “Compensation of Jurors. Each Juror shall receive a salary commensurate to that of a Superior Court judge, prorated according to the number of days actually served by the Juror.” When there are no cases pending before it, the Special Grand Jurors receive no pay. They get paid only for actual service.


      Allow me to explain my above point by illustration. The King (the Constitution) forbids a certain behaviour, and says that if anyone violates “XYZ”, they shall surely be thrown to the lions.


      Now Judge A. Tyrant defies the King’s command, and chooses to violate XYZ. In true enforcement, Judge A. Tyrant is thrown to the lions, (the Special Grand Jury). As a result, the King is satisfied, and the lions are also very pleased, as it provided them with a fresh meal of judicial flesh.


      Along comes Judge B. Tyrant who also chooses to violate XYZ, and he is likewise thrown to the lions. Again, the King is satisfied, and the tigers are very happy. Along comes Judge C. Tyrant who gives thought to the King’s command and after much serious consideration, he decides that the penalty of doing XYZ is too costly, so he decides to comply with the King’s command.


      Now the King is very satisfied that his command is being respected, however, once in a while a judge forgets the penalty paid by the former judges, and thus became lunch for these lions.


      Just the fact of the existence of those roaring lions pacing in their den awaiting the  next miscreant judge is enough deterrent for most every judge from doing XYZ.


      Yes, it is true that while every time the lions enjoyed munching on a new judge, someone had to go the full fifty years of appeal to a touch down. But by and large, rarely will anyone have to score a touch down. Furthermore, there is the plus to all  run the entire 50 yeards, and that is the right to the Assistance of Counsel established in our Constitution. Assistance of Counsel is not the right to an attorney, but rather to a trusted friend or companion. Under J.A.I.L. attorneys shall  be scrounging for work, any work they can find.


      As a result of J.A.I.L., justice shall be brought to bear, and everyone will  confidently go to court with the expectation they shall be heard on their issue, and shall receive justice. This leaves the question then as to what do we do with all those appellate court judges awaiting for their next appeal.


      Once J.A.I.L. takes effect upon any one state, and thereby influencing this nation, we shall then enjoy peace and justice. Yes, and the poor among us shall have plenty of jobs and shall rejoice with the substance they are able to earn.


      Your idea of forced maintenance of the current status quo, i.e., “… most people just pay the system rather than fight it. It is wrong not to stand on principle of morality, decency righteousness; however, no one can afford to stand on those right values…” leads us to continual mental servitude. J.A.I.L. shall free us from such a dismal future by enforcing the Constitution and justice. “With my soul have I desired thee in the night; yea, with my spirit within me will I seek thee early: for when thy judgments are in the earth, the inhabitants of the world will learn righteousness.” Isaiah 26:9. “Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people.” Proverbs 14:34.


      - Ron Branson




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