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Last Post 20 May 2016 07:15 PM by  Martin Lynch
R-16-0001 Rule 122, Rules of the Supreme Court
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Ellen Crowley
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07 Jan 2016 03:06 PM
    R-16-0001

    Petition to Amend Rule 122, Rules of the Supreme Court

    Would provide that Rule 122 applies only to "proceedings," as defined in Rule 122(b)(7), and not to access to public meetings, which is governed by A.R.S. § 38-431.01

    Petition
    /s/ Martin Lynch
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    Date of Filing: January 7, 2016

    Comments due on or before May 20, 2016.

    DENIED as well as the request for Public Hearing and Request for Expedited Adoption of Rule Change.
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    Martin Lynch
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    20 May 2016 07:15 PM
    Observation: No opinions objecting to this measure have yet been registered by anyone.

    Addition to Petition for Clarification: SC Rule 122(c)(2)(B) (the last provision) must be stricken as it is directly in violation of ARS 38-431.01(F). The Judicial branch of Government has no jurisdiction to make rules for Public Meetings as clearly indicated by ARS 38-431.08(A)(1)

    Request for Public Hearing: per SC Rule 28(E) – Request is hereby made.

    Request for Expedited Adoption of Rule Change: per SC Rule 28(G)(2) – Request is hereby made. Existing Rule unlawfully restricts recording at Public Meetings and unlawfully limits access by the Press to Public Meetings all of which constitutes ongoing and widespread violations of the First Amendment and is as such a Federal Civil Rights violation. For these reasons Civil Rights actions are given priority in Federal Court and should be shown the same priority considerations in this petition.

    Petitioner
    /s/ Martin Lynch
    1120 W Broadway Rd, Apt 55 Tempe AZ 85282-1255
    602-550-6304
    mdl2222222222@gmail.com

    May 20, 2016
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