How Judges Break the Law

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Judges break the law in a number of ways. 

They have a standard little bag of tricks, and they are all smart enough to know how to abuse them.

If you believe federal judges are honest, you are sorely mistaken.

Here are the main ways they break the law:

Ignore the Law

One of the primary techniques used by corrupt judges is to simply ignore the law.¬† One party cites the law and overwhelming case law.¬† The other party doesn’t have a leg to stand on.¬† The judge simply ignores the law and rules against the party that was legally right.

In one instance, I presented literally thousands of cases that proved that I was right.  In fact, there had never been a case in any court where there was a ruling other than one that would be in my favor.  But Judge Orinda D. Evans had one and only one motive, so she ignored the law and ruled against me.

Cite Invalid Law

Sometimes a judge will feel like the citation of case law is needed to support their ruling.¬† So, they cite a case that is in some way related, but they claim the case applies when it didn’t.¬† Judge William S. Duffey has done this a number of times.¬† He cites a case in his orders, and then when I review those cases, I find that they actually proved my position.¬† But he ruled against me because he needed to in order to shield his good friend, Judge Orinda D. Evans, from criminal prosecution and impeachment.

Lie about the Facts in Orders

Lying under oath is perjury.¬† Judges are always under oath, and a judge is supposed to never say or write anything that isn’t true.¬† So, when a judge knowingly lies in orders for the purpose of ruling against a party for the judge’s criminal reasons, it is a criminal violation of perjury.¬† Each such instance is a separate count.¬† In my case, Judge Orinda D. Evans has committed hundreds and hundreds of counts of perjury.¬† The record filed with the Court proves that she lied, but she gets away with it because the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals’ judges will lie to protect their fellow judge.

Ignore Issues

Another of Judge Evans’ favorite techniques is to simply ignore issues in orders.¬† She does not respond to motions on a timely basis, and then she takes many motions at once and rules on them.¬† This buries the fact that she ignored motions where her ruling could not possibly be explained.¬† So, rather than make up an explanation, she just ignores those tough issues.

Conceal Evidence 

A really dishonest judge like Judge Orinda Evans will simply conceal evidence.  In my case, she has two documents that will prove fraud by the other party and their attorney.  She simply conceals that evidence and refuses to allow it to see the light of day so her criminal efforts are not exposed.

Say Nothing in Orders

One of the favorite techniques of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals is to say nothing.¬† They corruptly call an appeal “frivolous” and dismiss it with no explanation whatsoever.¬† Sometimes they write a page or two simply reciting history of the case, so it appears it is a real order, and then they write one sentence dismissing the appeal with no valid reason or explanation.

Don’t Publish the Improper Orders

The Eleventh Circuit has NEVER published one of the orders in my appeals.  When they are violating the law, they have protection by not publishing the order.  This keeps it from the eyes of attorneys and other judges who would identify the wrongdoing.  Publishing would also make their erroneous decisions precedents for other cases.  The whole legal system would be turned even more upside down if this were to happen.

I’m sure there are other techniques.¬† I will add them in future articles as they come to mind.

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Bill Windsor

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