Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Supreme Court filing fee - unconstitutional?

Rules for filing petition in the Supreme Court of the United States.

Rules, $300 fee to file . Unconstitutional? I think so.

Apparently most states refund fees to defendants if their conviction is later overturned, but not Colorado. Here's some discussion on that. I'll have to do a bit more surfing; I don't know if the case was taken up by the justices or not.

Gorsuch, Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court believes in separation of powers. You know, if it does exist, tell me why are Maine lawyers allowed to become legislators? What then does he have to say about the fact that many of our recent presidents have been lawyers? Have we reached the point of no return? Do politicians and government officials think that the public is so dumbed down or so complacent that we'll just ignore this?  

Let me explain. Just pretend that you bring your dog to the dog groomer for a haircut/grooming. He tells you that you should put your dog on a vitamin. You do that, and his hair grows at a ridiculous rate. So you end up having to go to the groomer more often. Well, when laws aren't clearly written (ambiguous), people end up in court where it's usually the case that they pay lawyers to represent them. So, you see ambiguous laws are the lawyer's bread and butter.

Actually, there's been a lot of research and there's evidence showing the original 13th Amendment, was actually an amendment to keep lawyers (and others with titles of nobility) out of government. During the Civil War, records were lost, and it ended up that a new 13th amendment to end slavery is what replaced the original. Read more here. It does seem like our government is for sale.   

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