Tuesday, January 20, 2015

How To Disqualify Your Judge Or Prosecuting Attorney: Recuse Them

Start by watching the video above.  This opens the door to understanding how you can recuse any judge or prosecuting attorney in just about any case.  Now this guy is talking about the California legal system, but it applies to all 50 states and localities.  You can change past judgement's against you or pending judgement's.  If a judge even makes a face of discontent in the courtroom, you can have the judge recused, or to put it another way, disqualified.  The same can be done with a prosecuting attorney.

  If you are getting abused by the system, it's time to take the system back.  Now your attorney may not do this for you, but you can do this yourself.  You need to understand how to do this.  Let us show you how it's done in Virginia.

Canons of Judicial Conduct: Virginia Commonwealth from Chuck Thompson

The above PDF file, which you can download for free on our SlideShare site, explains what a judge can and cannot do in the courtroom.  When a judge is yelling for any reason, you can have that judge recused/disqualified.

  Now here is where you should have every judge and prosecuting attorney in the state of Virginia hearing a criminal case recused.


Please read the above linked article.  What you will learn in there is that the Commonwealth of Virginia has contracts with private prisons that ensure those prisons will maintain an occupancy rate of between 95 and 100 percent occupancy.  That means each and every judge is under a certain obligation to find you guilty and fill those beds in those prisons.  The same with the prosecuting attorneys.  This is a very clear conflict of  interest.  With that conflict of interest predisposed on the courts and legal system, you can not get a fair trial.

  So you have the right to recuse every judge and every prosecuting attorney in any criminal case across the state of Virginia.  Now this is not legal advice as we are not Bar franchised attorneys.  Only Bar franchised attorneys can give you bar franchised advice for an incredibly large fee and it may not help you in the least.

  Instead, we all have the inherent and unalienable right to discuss lawful concepts and share these with everyone.  It is not legal advice, just lawful concepts for your consideration.  You do not need a lawyer.  You can do all of this on your own.  If you need to know how to do the paperwork, you can go to one of the links on this site for help or visit http://www.1215.org for more as they already have sets of similar paperwork already created that show you how to make your own documents to file in the courts.

  Don't let them push you around.  If you understand the system, you have by far more rights than any of them ever begin to have.  It's you who is really in charge and you need to take that seriously.  Boy are they really going to hate you when you are done with them though.

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