The State of Texas is denying Bill Windsor the right to an attorney as he faces criminal charges.
The State of Texas is brazenly violating the United States Constitution and its own Constitution.
The right to appointment of counsel in a criminal matter is known to the average person on the street, but the State of Texas says that if it doesn’t want you to have an attorney, you won’t get one.
Bill Windsor has had his rights violated by the State of Texas repeatedly for the last three years, but this is beyond belief. He isn’t even being allowed an attorney to handle the case of felony bond jumping manufactured by the State of Texas.
The State of Texas is saying f*ck the Constitution. Screw you and your rights. And because the only place for you to go to seek redress of these grievances is the U.S. Supreme Court, you are screwed again. (The U.S. Supreme Court selectively decides which cases it will hear, and they won’t spend their time on one of the most universally-known rights that Americans are deceived to believe they enjoy.)
I made a half dozen requests with the trial court. I filed affidavits of indigence. The Trial Court never responded. I appealed to the Texas Tenth Court of Appeals. The appellate court never responded. I then took it to the highest court in Texas, the Court of Criminal Appeals, and they dismissed the Petition without explanation. All of these judges are criminals.
Bill Windsor’s Reply to the State of Texas Objection to Emergency Motion for Public Defender — ignored, never addressed by the trial court
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