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Last Post 11 Jan 2022 02:36 AM by  Martin Lynch
R-22-0017 Amend Juvenile of Prodedure - No More Deference
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Martin Lynch
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11 Jan 2022 02:36 AM
    Per SCOTUS Justice Clarence Thomas, not one single case processed in Juvenile Court is LAWFUL. He asserts rightfully that "Chevron" and "Brand X" are akin to "Dred Scott" (1857) where SCOTUS declared that black people can be slaves because they have no Rights. He asserts that "Deference" is the opposite of Due Process and converts the Juvenile Courts into "Kangaroo Courts". The administrative agency tells the Judge what to do, and the Judge "defers" to the administrative agency 99.7% of the time. "What kind of Due Process is that?" asks Clarence Thomas.

    Justice Thomas says "Bring SCOTUS a case so we can reexamine "Chevron" and "Brand X". We think it is easieer to change the rules right now since the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment and the Supremacy Clause, et al; already requires us to do it. Maybe the Court will choose to defend a losing position and damage their credibility and reputation in the process. We can only ask and hope they do the right thing, that's all.

    Martin Lynch

    Filed: January 11, 2022

    Would amend the Rules of Procedure for the Juvenile Court to provide that a motion for the termination of parental rights must be decided by a jury trial.

    Comments must be submitted on or before Monday, May 2, 2022.
    Any reply by a petitioner must be submitted on or before Wednesday, June 1, 2022.
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