18402 N. 19th Ave., #109
Phoenix, AZ 85023
602-513-3738 [email protected]
In addition to the Court's own Marsin v. Udall (cited in my petition), there is also A.R.S. § 12-109.
Titled "Promulgation of rules of pleading, practice and procedure; distribution," the statute says:
"The supreme court, by rules promulgated from time to time, shall regulate pleading, practice and procedure in judicial proceedings in all courts of the state . . . The rules shall not abridge, enlarge or modify substantive rights of a litigant.
Since, as detailed in my petition, the Arizona Rules of Protective Order Procedure woefully abridge a defendant's Fourteenth Amendment right to due process/a fair trial and/or modify substantive rights of defendants, the ARPOP as a whole is unlawful on its face and must be repealed.