Friday, July 23, 2010

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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

title closeline settlements

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Abuse means willful and unjustified

NRS 200.5092 Definitions. As used in NRS 200.5091 to 200.50995, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires:

1. “Abuse” means willful and unjustified:

(a) Infliction of pain, injury or mental anguish on an older person or a vulnerable person; or

in reference to:

"NRS 200.5092 Definitions. As used in NRS 200.5091 to 200.50995, inclusive, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. “Abuse” means willful and unjustified: (a) Infliction of pain, injury or mental anguish on an older person or a vulnerable person; or"
- NRS: CHAPTER 200 - CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON (view on Google Sidewiki)

Racketerring Riverside County Land Trust

Land trust taken illegally

in reference to:

"ow"
- NRS: CHAPTER 207 - MISCELLANEOUS CRIMES (view on Google Sidewiki)

Racketeering

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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Monday, July 12, 2010

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eminent domain just compensation 5th amendment to constitution

Eminent domain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaPresumably, this would mandate "just compensation", a requirement for the exercise

in reference to:

"Eminent domain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaPresumably, this would mandate "just compensation", a requirement for the exercise"
- constitutional tort action county supervisors eminent domain - Google Search (view on Google Sidewiki)

2 types of state action must compenste

Bormann v. Board of Supervisors In and For Kossuth CountyThere are two categories of state action that must be compensated without any further ..... which activity constitutes a nuisance according to the law of torts, ... Board of Supervisors of County of Muscatine, 211 N.W.2d 274

in reference to:

"Bormann v. Board of Supervisors In and For Kossuth CountyThere are two categories of state action that must be compensated without any further ..... which activity constitutes a nuisance according to the law of torts, ... Board of Supervisors of County of Muscatine, 211 N.W.2d 274"
- constitutional tort action county supervisors eminent domain - Google Search (view on Google Sidewiki)

eminent domain taxes

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in reference to: County of Fresno - Assessor - Proposition 3 (view on Google Sidewiki)

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CA Eminent Domain Handbook

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When a company, firm, or unincorporated association described in section 25-313 has its principal place of business or activity outside of this state and does not have a usual place of doing business or activity within the state or a clerk or general agent within the state, such company, firm, or unincorporated association shall appoint an agent or agents in this state, and before it is authorized to engage in any kind of business or activity in this state, such company, firm, or unincorporated association shall file in the office of the Secretary of State a certified statement setting forth that such company, firm, or unincorporated

in reference to: Nebraska Rules of Civil Procedure, Process Serving Laws – ServeNow.com (view on Google Sidewiki)

county service

District Court order

A judgment denying a motion for preliminary injunction is an appealable order, though interlocutory. 28 U. S.C.A. § 1292(1). This Court has the power to issue all writs necessary or appropriate in aid of its jurisdiction and agreeable to the usages and principles of law. 28 U.S.C.A. § 1651(a). An injunction pending appeal is such a writ. Aaron v. Cooper, 8 Cir., 261 F.2d 97, 101. The power granted to Courts of Appeal under Section 1651, commonly known as the "All Writs" statute is meant to be used only in the exceptional case where there is clear abuse of discretion or usurpation of judicial power. Bankers Life & Casualty Company v. Holland, 346 U. S. 379, 74 S.Ct. 145, 98 L.Ed. 106. It should be invoked only in "extreme cases." LaBuy v. Hawes Leather Company, 352 U.S. 249, 77 S.Ct. 309, 1 L.Ed.2d 290. This is such a case.

in reference to: 318 F.2d 425 (view on Google Sidewiki)

Author: Keeton, Page

Author: Keeton, Page
Author: Prosser, William Lloyd (b. 1898, d. ----)

tort

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It was made plain that delay in any guise in order to deny the constitutional rights of Negro children could not be countenanced, and that only a prompt start, diligently and earnestly pursued, to eliminate racial segregation from the public schools could

It was made plain that delay in any guise in order to deny the constitutional rights of Negro children could not be countenanced, and that only a prompt start, diligently and earnestly pursued, to eliminate racial segregation from the public schools could constitute good faith compliance. State authorities were thus duty bound to devote every effort toward initiating desegregation and bringing about the elimination of racial discrimination in the public school system.

in reference to:

""It is our responsibility to comply with Federal Constitutional Requirements and we intend to do so when the Supreme Court of the United States outlines the method to be followed.""
- Cooper v. Aaron, 358 US 1 - Supreme Court 1958 - Google Scholar (view on Google Sidewiki)

Duty Bound to devote every effort

It was made plain that delay in any guise in order to deny the constitutional rights of Negro children could not be countenanced, and that only a prompt start, diligently and earnestly pursued, to eliminate racial segregation from the public schools could constitute good faith compliance. State authorities were thus duty bound to devote every effort toward initiating desegregation and bringing about the elimination of racial discrimination in the public school system.

in reference to:

"It was made plain that delay in any guise in order to deny the constitutional rights of Negro children could not be countenanced, and that only a prompt start, diligently and earnestly pursued, to eliminate racial segregation from the public schools could constitute good faith compliance. State authorities were thus duty bound to devote every effort toward initiating desegregation and bringing about the elimination of racial discrimination in the public school system."
- Cooper v. Aaron, 358 US 1 - Supreme Court 1958 - Google Scholar (view on Google Sidewiki)

Under such circumstances, the District Courts were directed to require "a prompt and reasonable start toward full compliance,"

Under such circumstances, the District Courts were directed to require "a prompt and reasonable start toward full compliance,"

in reference to:

"Under such circumstances, the District Courts were directed to require "a prompt and reasonable start toward full compliance,""
- Cooper v. Aaron, 358 US 1 - Supreme Court 1958 - Google Scholar (view on Google Sidewiki)

Specifically it involves actions by the Governor and Legislature of Arkansas upon the premise that they are not bound by our holding in Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U. S. 483.

Specifically it involves actions by the Governor and Legislature of Arkansas upon the premise that they are not bound by our holding in Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U. S. 483.

in reference to:

"Specifically it involves actions by the Governor and Legislature of Arkansas upon the premise that they are not bound by our holding in Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U. S. 483."
- Cooper v. Aaron, 358 US 1 - Supreme Court 1958 - Google Scholar (view on Google Sidewiki)

equal protection

equal protection

In Reynolds v. Sims, supra, the Equal Protection Clause was applied to the apportionment of state legislatures. Every qualified resident, Reynolds determined, has the right to a ballot for election of state legislators of equal weight to the vote of every other resident, and that right is infringed when legislators are elected from districts of substantially unequal population. The question now before us is whether the Fourteenth Amendment likewise forbids the election of local government officials from districts of disparate population. As has 479*479 almost every court which has addressed itself to this question,[3] we hold that it does.[4]

The Equal Protection Clause reaches the exercise of state power however manifested, whether exercised directly or through subdivisions of the State.

"Thus the prohibitions of the Fourteenth Amendment extend to all action of the State denying 480*480 equal protection of the laws; whatever the agency of the State taking the action . . . ." Cooper v. Aaron, 358 U. S. 1, 17 (1958).

in reference to: Avery v. Midland County, 390 US 474 - Supreme Court 1968 - Google Scholar (view on Google Sidewiki)

us courts

appeals

court of appeals

Elastic Cluse, Federal System

Article 1, the longest part of the Constitution, deals exclusively with Congress. It grants the House and Senate together the power to collect taxes, borrow and coin money, raise and support an army and navy, declare war, set up a federal court system,

in reference to: political party profiting on lax enforcement of federal law elder equal protection in unincorporated area - Google Search (view on Google Sidewiki)

reason magazine, law

Probate Problems

"Probate andTax Problems of Decedents' Estates" at Boyne Mountain Lodge,May 25-27; will expand the instruction given in the YoungLanyers Seminars; will give a refresher seminar in "FederalTrial and Appellate Procedure" in the Upper Peninsula this sum-mer and later in the Lower Peninsula; and will develop specialtycourses in "Estate Planning" and "Special Problems in EstatePlanning."

in reference to:

""Probate andTax Problems of Decedents' Estates" at Boyne Mountain Lodge,May 25-27; will expand the instruction given in the YoungLanyers Seminars; will give a refresher seminar in "FederalTrial and Appellate Procedure" in the Upper Peninsula this sum-mer and later in the Lower Peninsula; and will develop specialtycourses in "Estate Planning" and "Special Problems in EstatePlanning.""
- hat Law Students Study (view on Google Sidewiki)

Containing or implying a slight; discriminatory: invidious distinctions.

Containing or implying a slight; discriminatory: invidious distinctions.

in reference to:

"Containing or implying a slight; discriminatory: invidious distinctions."
- http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/invidious (view on Google Sidewiki)

Judicial Misconduct

Judicial Misconduct

Perfecting Your Appeal

Perfecting Your Appeal

Revised December 2009

http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov/guides/perfecting_your_appeal.php

in reference to:

"Perfecting Your Appeal Revised December 2009"
- http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov/guides/perfecting_your_appeal.php (view on Google Sidewiki)

certify declarations

court filings

Must show approximately caused

Elements of 1983 case

appeals 1983 case

transfer online trust

1983 under color of law

1983 under color of law

in reference to: 389 F.2d 231 (view on Google Sidewiki)

Riverside County Homicide Cover up

separation of powers, unenumerated rights

Thursday, July 8, 2010

8th Amendment embodies broad and idelistic concepts of dignity

The Amendment embodies "broad and idealistic concepts of dignity, civilized standards, humanity, and decency . . . ," Jackson v. Bishop, 404 F.2d 571, 579 (C.A.8 1968), against which we must evaluate penal measures. Thus, we have held repugnant to the Eighth Amendment punishments which are incompatible with "the evolving standards of decency that mark the progress of a maturing society."

in reference to:

"The Amendment embodies "broad and idealistic concepts of dignity, civilized standards, humanity, and decency . . . ," Jackson v. Bishop, 404 F.2d 571, 579 (C.A.8 1968), against which we must evaluate penal measures. Thus, we have held repugnant to the Eighth Amendment punishments which are incompatible with "the evolving standards of decency that mark the progress of a maturing society.""
- 429 US 97 Estelle v. J W Gamble | Open Jurist (view on Google Sidewiki)

8th Amendment Cause of Action Torture

We therefore conclude that deliberate indifference to serious medical needs of prisoners constitutes the "unnecessary and wanton infliction of pain," Gregg v. Georgia, supra, at 182-183, 96 S.Ct. at 2925 (joint opinion), proscribed by the Eighth Amendment. This is true whether the indifference is manifested by prison doctors in their response to the prisoner's needs10 or by prison guards in intentionally denying or delaying access to medical care11 or intentionally interfering with the treatment once prescribed.12 Regardless of how evidenced, deliberate indifference to a prisoner's serious illness or injury states a cause of action under § 1983

in reference to: 429 US 97 Estelle v. J W Gamble | Open Jurist (view on Google Sidewiki)

Colorado River Laws, Water Law, Probate

Legal Self Help Publications

Legal Self Help

in reference to: http://www.arizona.edu/ (view on Google Sidewiki)

28 U.S.C. 2403(a),

28 U.S.C. 2403(a), Pursuant to the duties imposed upon it by virtue of 28 U.S.C. 2403(a), this Court will please certify to the Office of the Attorney General that the constitutionality of an Act of Congress affecting the public interest is herein drawn in question.

in reference to:

"Pursuant to the duties imposed upon it by virtue of 28 U.S.C. 2403(a), this Court will please certify to the Office of the Attorney General that the constitutionality of an Act of Congress affecting the public interest is herein drawn in question."
- Motion for Intervention of Right: FRCP 24(a) (view on Google Sidewiki)

Review Legislative Web Site

Review of the Legislative Website (about 1 hr)
This class is an overview of navigating the Legislature’s web site. It includes how to:

Find your legislator
Lookup of phone numbers, locations, addresses, and committees
Find committee hearings, agendas and staff
Look-up and print a bill or a law
Use calendars to see what bills have been introduced and where they are in the process

http://www.leg.wa.gov/LIC/Pages/classes.aspx

in reference to:

"Review of the Legislative Website (about 1 hr) This class is an overview of navigating the Legislature’s web site. It includes how to: Find your legislator Lookup of phone numbers, locations, addresses, and committees Find committee hearings, agendas and staff Look-up and print a bill or a law Use calendars to see what bills have been introduced and where they are in the process"
- Classes and Training (view on Google Sidewiki)

Legislation

Understanding the Legislative Process (about 1 hr)
This class is an in-depth view of the bi-cameral legislative system, how it evolved and how it works today. The class includes:

in reference to:

"Understanding the Legislative Process (about 1 hr) This class is an in-depth view of the bi-cameral legislative system, how it evolved and how it works today. The class includes:"
- Classes and Training (view on Google Sidewiki)

Legislation, classes

The Legislative Information Center offers free classes to the public and to state agencies on understanding the legislative process and on navigating the Legislative Web Site. The classes can be tailored to either introductory or advanced levels of knowledge and experience
http://www.leg.wa.gov/LIC/Pages/classes.aspx

in reference to: Classes and Training (view on Google Sidewiki)

Proof of defense for ADA violations

The Nondiscrimination Defense was clearly rejected by the Court of Appeals. The Funding Defense and the Fundamental Alternation Defense were blurred into one, and were partially accepted. As the Court of Appeals viewed Georgia's position, its duty to provide community placement was "not absolute", and was subject to a undue expense analysis as part of the ADA's "fundamental alteration" defense. A remand was ordered for proof of this defense (the "ADA Defense").

in reference to:

"The Nondiscrimination Defense was clearly rejected by the Court of Appeals. The Funding Defense and the Fundamental Alternation Defense were blurred into one, and were partially accepted. As the Court of Appeals viewed Georgia's position, its duty to provide community placement was "not absolute", and was subject to a undue expense analysis as part of the ADA's "fundamental alteration" defense. A remand was ordered for proof of this defense (the "ADA Defense")."
- Bill Burke's Olmstead Presentation - VOR (view on Google Sidewiki)

Services recommended not provided

Given Georgia's placement concession, it was undisputed that a prima facie case of an ADA violation had been made out. Community placement had been recommended by treating professionals, and had not been provided. The burden fell on Georgia's affirmative defenses

in reference to:

"Given Georgia's placement concession, it was undisputed that a prima facie case of an ADA violation had been made out. Community placement had been recommended by treating professionals, and had not been provided. The burden fell on Georgia's affirmative defenses"
- Bill Burke's Olmstead Presentation - VOR (view on Google Sidewiki)

Prema Facia ADA

The District Court was substantially affirmed. Appellate dicta oscillated between flat condemnation of institutional placement and recognition of its propriety under a different factual pattern.

in reference to:

"At the Court of Appeals The District Court was substantially affirmed. Appellate dicta oscillated between flat condemnation of institutional placement and recognition of its propriety under a different factual pattern."
- Bill Burke's Olmstead Presentation - VOR (view on Google Sidewiki)

FRCP24 same diagnoisis want same treatment

ADA lawsuit Prema Facia

in reference to:

"dicta oscillated"
- Bill Burke's Olmstead Presentation - VOR (view on Google Sidewiki)

decide possible courses of action which may move a case from an inactive status to an active investigation and possible resolution.

decide possible courses of action which may move a case from an inactive status to an active investigation and possible resolution.

in reference to: Cold Case Investigation - Advanced Training Center - California Dept. of Justice - Office of the Attorney General (view on Google Sidewiki)

Attorney General Training Classes

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Article 1, Section 8

Congress shall have Power to exercise exclusive Legislation in all cases whatsoever over such District. (not exceeding ten Miles square) as my , by Cession of particular States, and the Acceptance of Congress, before the Seaat of the Government of the United States.

in reference to: http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/hotissues.html (view on Google Sidewiki)

8th rather only judicially-imposed sentences

rather only judicially-imposed sentences

in reference to: Cruel and Unusual Punishment under the Eighth Amendment (view on Google Sidewiki)

Bill of Rights State Courts

The first 10 amendments were proposed and adopted largely because of fear that Government might unduly interfere with prized individual liberties. The people wanted and demanded a Bill of Rights written into their Constitution. The amendments embodying the Bill of Rights were intended to curb all branches of the Federal Government in the fields touched by the amendments — Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. The Fifth, Sixth, and Eighth Amendments were pointedly aimed at confining exercise of power by courts and judges within precise boundaries, particularly in the procedure used for the trial of criminal cases.3

in reference to: http://www.constitution.org/ussc/332-046c.htm (view on Google Sidewiki)

Crime Victim assistance of counsel prejudice

To establish ineffective assistance of counsel, a defendant must show both deficient performance and resulting prejudice. Strickland v. Washington, 466 U.S. 668, 687, 104 S. Ct. 2052, 80 L. Ed. 2d 674 (1984). Deficient performance occurs when counsel's performance falls below an objective standard of reasonableness. State v. Stenson, 132 Wn.2d 668, 705-06, 940 P.2d 1239 (1997). A strong presumption of effective assistance exists, and the defendant bears the burden of demonstrating an absence in the record of a strategic basis for the challenged conduct. State v. McFarland, 127 Wn.2d 322, 335, 899 P.2d 1251 (1995). Prejudice occurs if there is a reasonable probability that the outcome of the proceedings would have been different had counsel's performance not been deficient. McFarland, 127 Wn.2d at 335. Failure to establish either prong of the test is fatal to the claim of ineffective assistance of counsel. Strickland, 466 U.S. at 697

in reference to: Laws, Life, and Legal Matters - Court Cases and Legal Information at Leagle.com - All Federal and State Appeals Court Cases in One Search (view on Google Sidewiki)

Why can't judges be disciplined by means currently available?

Why can't judges be disciplined by means currently available?

in reference to:

"Why can't judges be disciplined by means currently available?"
- FAQs for J.A.I.L. (view on Google Sidewiki)

FTC enforcement juisdiction

Three bureaus of the FTC interpret and enforce jurisdictional legislation: the Bureau of Consumer Protection, the Bureau of Competition, and the Bureau of Economics.

in reference to: Federal Trade Commission: Definition from Answers.com (view on Google Sidewiki)

FTC

FTC

Government agency created in 1915, under the Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914, whose purpose is to protect the system of free enterprise and competition in the interests of a strong economy. In the words of the Federal Trade Commission Act, Section 5, the FTC is responsible to "promote free and fair competition in interstate commerce in the interest of the public through prevention of price-fixing agreements, boycotts, combinations in restraint of trade, unfair methods of competition, and unfair and deceptive acts and practices." The commission consists of five commissioners, each of whom serves a seven-year term. Not more than three of the members may be from the same political party. The FTC is empowered to investigate interstate and foreign commerce as well as to take legal action to enforce the laws that fall under its jurisdiction. In the advertising industry, the FTC functions to prevent fraudulent or deceptive advertising, and unfair trade practices.

Insurance Dictionary: Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Top Home > Library > Business & Finance > Insurance DictionaryGovernment agency, under the McCarran-Ferguson Act (Public Law 15) that has no authority over insurance matters to the extent the states regulate insurance to the satisfaction of Congress. However, this does not prevent the FTC from conducting investigations into the insurance industry. For example, in 1970 the Congress charged the FTC with the responsibility of enforcing the Fair Credit Reporting Act which requires an insurance company to notify an insurance applicant of an impending Inspection Report and to release information so collected to the applicant upon request. If the report results in the applicant's rejection for insurance, he must be notified of the adverse report and his right to its contents. Perhaps the best known FTC investigation involved its study "Life Insurance Cost Disclosure," that was extremely critical of industry cost disclosure practices.

Real Estate Dictionary: Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
Top Home > Library > Business & Finance > Real Estate DictionaryA federal agency, headquartered in Washington, DC, that regulates advertising and other promotion and sales practices of firms engaged in interstate commerce. The FTC does not regulate interstate land sales (HUD), anticompetitive activities (JUSTICE), or sale of securities (SEC).
Example: Abel, a builder, was found guilty of false television advertising by the FTC.

Address:

in reference to: Constitutional right: Definition from Answers.com (view on Google Sidewiki)

constitutional rights

Constitutional right

Federal Court Suit 1983

In sum, I understand footnote five in Sacramento to hold as follows: A federal court faced with a suit alleging the deprivation of a constitutional right under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 should ordinarily decide whether the constitutional right alleged by the plaintiff actually exists, even where the defense of qualified immunity might provide an alternative ground for decision.

in reference to: FindLaw | Cases and Codes (view on Google Sidewiki)

the republic

victimized the victim over and over

Colorado River

discretionary

Federal Criminal Law and Procedure

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COLLUSION OF DOJ WITH THE JUDICIAL BRANCH IN VIOLATION OF SEPERATION OF POWER

COLLUSION OF DOJ WITH THE JUDICIAL BRANCH IN VIOLATION OF SEPERATION OF POWER

2008-Criminal Compalint for violation of 18 U.S.C. Secs. 4, 241, 242, 1513 etc.

in reference to:

"COLLUSION OF DOJ WITH THE JUDICIAL BRANCH IN VIOLATION OF SEPERATION OF POWER 2008-Criminal Compalint for violation of 18 U.S.C. Secs. 4, 241, 242, 1513 etc."
- 2008-Criminal Compalint for violation of 18 U.S.C. Secs. 4, 241, 242, 1513 etc. (view on Google Sidewiki)

Hate Crimes

Rico Law

rico

uderly

in reference to: http://www.asil.org/files/bradford.pdf - Powered by Google Docs (view on Google Sidewiki)

Rico

Constitutional basis for legislation
Congress derived its power to pass the Sherman Act through its constitutional authority to regulate interstate commerce. Therefore, Federal courts only have jurisdiction to apply the Act to conduct that restrains or substantially affects either interstate commerce or trade within the District of Columbia. This requires the plaintiff must show that the conduct occurred during the flow of interstate commerce or had an appreciable effect on some activity that occurs during interstate commerce.

[edit] Elements
A Section 1 violation has three elements:[16]

An agreement
which unreasonably restrains competition
and which affects interstate commerce.

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Rico Conspiracy

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Victim Rights

Protection orders

Law Updates Federal Victims Rights and Funding Federal Domestic Violence Statutes Contacts Federal / Campus Civil Suits Constitution Rights and Issues Code Reference Sex Offender Registration & Notification Rights Under Revised Code Ohio Laws Protection Orders Being a Witness Ohio Appeal Court Process Court Process for Juveniles Court Process for Misdemeanors Court Process for Felonies

Civil Protection Order
Temporary Protection Order
Civil Stalking Protection Order
Stalking Protection Order



http://www.crimevictimservices.org/page/victimsrights/38

in reference to:

"Law Updates Federal Victims Rights and Funding Federal Domestic Violence Statutes Contacts Federal / Campus Civil Suits Constitution Rights and Issues Code Reference Sex Offender Registration & Notification Rights Under Revised Code Ohio Laws Protection Orders Being a Witness Ohio Appeal Court Process Court Process for Juveniles Court Process for Misdemeanors Court Process for Felonies Civil Protection Order Temporary Protection Order Civil Stalking Protection Order Stalking Protection Order"
- http://www.crimevictimservices.org/page/victimsrights/38 (view on Google Sidewiki)

Crime Victim Rights

Crime Victims Rights

in reference to: Crime Victim Services (CVS) (view on Google Sidewiki)

due process

Monday, July 5, 2010

probate homicide

probate homicides
In homicide cover up of Nye Frank -when we served the County Officials the court records kept showing not served. We had to get internal affairs of the sheriff department to serve them and go to court to confirm they were served. We also noticed records removed from our case and others and not in the Banning court records but in the Riverside county Main branch. I documented this, sent the Banning Court house via fax to the officials. Later turned in the connection I felt was the issue. I do not know for sure but Mark Dimaggio the brother of a past prosecutor and now guardianship judge-attorney lost his admin job. Related? Dimaggio was the attorney who alledges she was the successor to a elder death. Alledged to have told the elder mans daughter she could have 10k if she does not fight it or if she fights nothing.

in reference to: How Long Must We Tolerate This? | Diigo (view on Google Sidewiki)

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Federal Judge violate Constitutional Rights of Crime Victim

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Federal Judge violate Constitutional Rights of Crime Victim
His comments show he points right to probate water rights and gives the A OK for illegally closing and sealing records to obstruct justice.

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Federal Judge violate Constitutional Rights of Crime Victim

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Federal Judge violate Constitutional Rights of Crime Victim
His comments show he points right to probate water rights and gives the A OK for illegally closing and sealing records to obstruct justice.

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Federal Judge violate Constitutional Rights of Crime Victim

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Federal Judge violate Constitutional Rights of Crime Victim
His comments show he points right to probate water rights and gives the A OK for illegally closing and sealing records to obstruct justice.

Federal Judge violate Constitutional Rights of Crime Victim


Water Board members violate Constitutional Rights of Crime victim. Lee Frank has had zero protection from the killer. Not one sheriff or APS record for her protection. Attorneys for water board and both judges water board members along with the supervisor Marion Ashley. Probate Homicides where do they trace back to???? Indemnity insurance company trace back to. Why indemnify homicide?
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1983 cases

In order to prevail on a § 1983 claim, the plaintiff must show that the defendant caused the deprivation of a federal right while operating under color of state law. Harrison v. Springdale Water & Sewer Comm'n, 780 F.2d 1422, 1426 (8th Cir.1986) (holding that a § 1983 inquiry requires consideration of "(1) whether the conduct complained of was committed by a person acting under color of state law; and (2) whether this conduct deprived a person of rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution or laws of the United States." (quoting Parratt v. Taylor, 451 U.S. 527, 535, 101 S.Ct. 1908, 68 L.Ed.2d 420 (1981))). The right of access to the courts is well-established. Christopher v. Harbury, 536 U.S. 403, 415, 122 S.Ct. 2179, 153 L.Ed.2d 413 (2002). The right applies not only to the actual denial of access to the courts, but also to situations in which the plaintiff has been denied meaningful access by some impediment put up by the defendant. Alexander v. Macoubrie, 982 F.2d 307, 308 (8th Cir.1992).

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While the right to access the courts exists, the Supreme Court and our court have recognized that the constitutional basis for the right is "unsettled." Harbury, 536 U.S. at 415, 122 S.Ct. 2179; Harrison, 780 F.2d at 1427 n. 7. In some circumstances, our circuit has held that the right to access derives from the First Amendment. See, e.g., Whisman v. Rinehart, 119 F.3d 1303, 1312-13 (8th Cir.1997); Harrison, 780 F.2d at 1427. In order to prevail on such a claim, the Scheelers must show that the defendants acted with some intentional motivation to restrict their access to the courts. See Whisman, 119 F.3d at 1313 (stating that right-to-access cause of action requires proof of government action "designed" to prevent access to the courts); Harrison, 780 F.2d at 1428 (holding that plaintiff sufficiently pled a valid right-to-access claim by alleging that city employees retaliated against them for filing a lawsuit).

in reference to: Delroy C. Scheeler, Individually and on Behalf of Craig A. Scheeler; Rhonda L. Scheeler, Individually and As Trustee on Behalf of Craig A. Scheeler, Appellants, v. City of St. Cloud, Minnesota; County of Stearns, Minnesota; Dennis O'keefe, Individually and in (view on Google Sidewiki)

Internationl Drag Racing Hall of Fame

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internet tv,

Friday, July 2, 2010

Prosecutor Misconduct

Gershowitz, Adam M. and Corn, Geoffrey S., Imputed Liability for Supervising Prosecutors: Applying the Military Doctrine of Command Responsibility to Reduce Prosecutorial Misconduct (September 20, 2009). Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law, Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1476107

in reference to: SSRN-Imputed Liability for Supervising Prosecutors: Applying the Military Doctrine of Command Responsibility to Reduce Prosecutorial Misconduct by Adam Gershowitz, Geoffrey Corn (view on Google Sidewiki)

Vulnerable Elders Homicde Cover up Riverside County

C.A.R.E.’s GATEKEEPER PROGRAM is designed so that vulnerable elders in need of help can
be connected with service providers who are trained and experienced in providing help in the
areas needed.

in reference to: http://dpss.co.riverside.ca.us/pdfs/CARE/Gatekeeper_book.pdf (view on Google Sidewiki)

Elder Abuse Riverside County Officials Homicide Cover up

Homicide Cover up -Probate Homicide Profits for officials

in reference to: http://dpss.co.riverside.ca.us/pdfs/CARE/Gatekeeper_book.pdf (view on Google Sidewiki)