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MYSONSDAD

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SPREAD THIS FAR AND WIDE
« on: Dec 20, 2004, 01:17:42 PM »
PLEASE MAKE VIGEROUS USE OF THIS ACCESS AND TELL THEM HOW YOU FEEL
.........AND SPREAD THE WORD E-MAIL THIS EVERYWHERE.............


Subject: HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTE NOW WANTS COMMENTS

Soon Congress will start the Christmas recess to return in late
January
2005. When Congress returns for the next term the first few weeks
will
be spent
organizing the areas of responsibility which will get attention. In
preparation for the next term the House Judiciary Committee has a
web
address for
citizens to send comments to. The address for comments is the
highlighted.
_http://judiciary.house.gov/Contact.aspx_
(http://judiciary.house.gov/Contact.aspx)


There is some activity going on that I will not comment on at this
time
and
some that I will. I am not sure how many know about a committee that

Justice
Rhenquist put Justice Breyer in charge of and is now reviewing some
600
judicial misconduct complaints filed between 2001 and 2003. What is
notable is
that all circuits were told to submit misconduct complaints that met
certain
criteria--some circuits conditioned their permission to review the
complaintrs
on a requirement that the names of the principals be masked. In
other
words the complained of judges want to keep their identity
confidential.

Please go to the Judiciary Committee website and leave your comments,

include your thoughts that judges should not be allowed to "self
police" and
misconduct complaints should not be dismissed with canned language.
For those
that are interested the rules that now govern judicial misconduct
allegations
can be found at

_
http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/cpquery/?&db_id=cp10
7&r_n=hr685.107&sel=TOC_296982_

(http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/cpquery/?&db_id=cp1
07&r_n=hr685.107&sel=TOC_296982)


PLEASE SPREAD THIS FAR AND WIDE


"Children learn what they live"


 

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