Promoting Confidence In Pennsylvania Courts With Essay Contest, LOL —Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts is promoting an essay contest for second and third year law students on the topic of using social media to promote confidence in the workings of Pennsylvania’s judicial branch.
“Under the existing rules of judicial conduct, how might Pennsylvania’s courts utilize current communication tools, such as social media, to engage Pennsylvanians to install confidence in the workings of the judicial branch and its decisions?” says the group.
Winner gets $5,000.
Good friend Elaine Mickman, who has had considerable experience with Pennsylvania’s court system, is considering this as a submission:
Top Ten Reasons to NOT have Confidence in the Untrustworthy Judiciary
1. Judiciary operates “Court-Gate” whereby the Courts are “divorced from the law.”
2. The Judiciary accepts “in-kind” gifts and contributions which promotes case and party bias, prejudice, obstruction of impartiality, all amounting to “rigged” and “case-fixing” rather than Ruling by Law.
3. Judiciary does NOT comply with, and is at “war” with the Constitution.
4. Judiciary does NOT comply with and supersedes legislated laws.
5. Judiciary does NOT comply with, nor apply their own adopted Rules.
6. Judiciary does NOT comply with the Judicial Canons.
7. Judiciary is typically NOT held accountable for their misconduct.
8. Judiciary “talks out of 2 sides of their mouth” and does NOT enforce their own orders, Nor do the lower courts comply with appeal court Opinions or orders.
9. Judiciary regularly denies procedural & substantive due process, and “gate-keeps” court access.
10. Judiciary is typically de-humanizing.
Hey, partisan Democrats pretending to be objective Supreme Court justices in Pennsylvania: Why are you putting the interests of private corporations over election transparency in Fulton County? The “strict protocol” argument is laughable, by the way. If an auditor makes a false claim — even an innocent one — those watching from the other side will easily pick it up and ruin that auditor’s career.
Promoting Confidence In Pennsylvania Courts With Essay Contest, LOL
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If the judiciary wants to promote confidence they can resign en masse.
The PA Judiciary has quietly ruled that the whistleblower law doesn’t apply to them. It appears they’ve determined this would undermine the separation of powers. PA Supreme was not interested in granting allocatur.