19451Disqualifying Calif. State Judges
- Jun 7, 2013
> California. I only raised the Disqualification at the Superior Court levelIt might be informative for the list to hear about them. So, did you use
> since I did not have more time to take it higher. I had multiple processes
> going on. I did file a petition for writ of mandate and prohibition to the
> appellate div. of the sup. court on the issue of the court proceeding with
> out having it's jurisdiction invoked by someone authorized to do so. They
> played games with that.
the process at CCP 170?
> They "lost" the original for which I haveIt would be interesting how a final arraignment was concluded and put into
> confirmed delivery and signed return receipts. I had to take my cripple
> self up to that court and physically deliver new orig. copies. They denied
> it the very next day and the clerk failed to provide notice, so I didn't
> find out until I inquired a week later. I already had 2 attempted
> "arraignments" at that point.
> As CarlS mentioned, I was not sure how that entire process would beNONE??!! They found one for me! And out of over 40 oaths I've collected,
> handled when none of the "judges" out here have the valid oath on file.
I know at least ONE was correct!
> IIf you do it when you are arrested, with only the cop and magistrate
> am certainly willing to try to push that issue further next time since I
> already know how to trip them up on other procedural deficiencies.
there, you make witnesses of each of them against the other.
> In your experience will they really drop your cases if you hammer them onThey've disqualified themselves whenever I've said they are disqualified
> that or do they hide behind the Vogel v. Los Angeles Cali. Supreme Court
and I prove it. I've never had them go ahead with the CCP170 procedure.
I have my own argument for whenever Vogel gets raised, but so far it's
only been raised by people supposedly on my side!
> Personally I saw that as a potential problem and given my healthTHe system is broken beyond repair. I can no longer pretend that any
> issues I wanted to corner them on as many other issues as possible with
> out creating an excess of work for myself (I don't mind putting in work,
> but I've literally added fingertip neuropathy and carpel tunnel to my
> health issues simply from all of my research and motions.).
functioning parts still have any merit to them. All that's left to do is
hope that the collapse doesn't take all our remaining time and that the
new paradigm is more justice oriented.
> --- On Mon, 6/3/13, frogfrmr@... <frogfrmr@...> wrote:Regards,
>> What state? If California, how many steps did you get in the
>> disqualification? Did you get to the state supreme court?
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