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Last Post 13 Jan 2020 10:36 PM by  Martin Lynch
R-20-0024 Revise Rules of Juvenile Procedure to Lawfully Implement Juries
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Martin Lynch
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13 Jan 2020 10:36 PM
    The People want juries to be applied only if necessary upon request of a litigant after the bench trial, because most Judges makes honest reasonable orders. The People themselves do not wish to produce Jury verdicts. We think the Courts should do that.

    The People are working on producing Statutes but regardless, the Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land and everybody swears an oath per US Constitution Art 6 Sect 3. If you have not waived your Right, then it still exists. The idea that the Government has “unchecked Judicial Power” to arbitrarily take your children and all your money, that the Founders forgot about Judges, is non-sense. Absolute power corrupts absolutely and the purpose of a Jury is to prevent corruption. (Federalist 83 Paragraph 17) Everyone understands checks and balances.

    The tenth amendment says that if the Government does not wish to furnish the People with a firearm, or a Jury in Civil Court (AZ Const Art 2 Sect 23) then that responsibility falls to the People to furnish their own. Everyone agrees that we prefer the Courts furnish the Juries because Jury verdicts produced by the People might become problematic. The People will continue to purchase our own firearms as that matter seems to be obvious and uncontested at this time.

    Disclosure? Why do we need SCOTUS to affirm a Miranda decision for civil courts when disclosure is not prohibited by the Constitution. Could it be that the Courts do not want the People to know their rights? We cannot read minds. We can only observe the actions or inactions of the Court. Please include disclosure.

    Martin Lynch
    1120 W Broadway Rd #55
    Tempe AZ 85282

    Would recognize a right to a jury trial in juvenile matters upon request after a bench trial

    FILED: JANUARY 13, 3020

    Comment must be submitted on or before May 1, 2020.

    Replies must be submitted on or before June 1, 2020.

    ORDERED: Petition to Create a Rule to Apply Juries in a Contested Proceeding Upon Request of a Litigant After the Bench Trial (see Federalist 83 ¶ 1, 2, 17 & 19) = DENIED.

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