Crooked court system

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Justsayn

North East, PA

#1 Mar 26, 2013
One thing that NEVER gets reported in this town is how corrupt the entire system is not just lawyers but cops and judges. I have seen the news reporters in the court room just turning a blind eye to slanted trials,side door discussions,unchallenged testimony, its as if the news media must represent the "system" and perpetuate this illusion that it "works for justice" and they must insure the masses of that. Its because of that protection that the system can get away with anything because what are you as a pee on, going to do? File a law suit? First try to find a lawyer that will take that kind of case, then guess what you've got to use the system to fight the system --won't happen. Dont look for camera in the court room either, it might disrupt "justice" they will tell you.

I like to use this format to expose what the media wont.. feel free to share you experiences
boohoo

Erie, PA

#2 Mar 26, 2013
Sounds like someone didn't like a verdict, don't be a dumbass and you won't have to worry about the court system. Over 40 and never have even been in a courtroom.
snag

Erie, PA

#3 Mar 26, 2013
Go tell the Judge!
Jackson Koehler

Erie, PA

#4 Mar 26, 2013
This is a surprise?.....
All Judges I can think of were elevated from the ranks of Lawyers who were first trained in Techniques of how to twist the law to help get their clients off scot free.
Do you know of any Judge in any court however minor it may be even down to the magistrate level that does not think his opinion takes precedent over the law & feels free to declare a law not to his liking unconstitutional?
An unbroken career in how to discredit the law with a pipeline of fresh talent being churned out each year assures the legal profession is nothing more then a lifelong scam.
Once seated Jurist`s had great respect for the law & understood their duty was to apply what the law proscribed. Today I shudder when I hear a Judge solemnly state .."It is my considered opinion" because in some fashion established & documented law is about to be ignored.
Today in our Supreme Court we have many Justices who are activist liberals who twist the Bill of Rights like a wash rag in order to render decisions favoring positions which do not appear in the Bill of Rights. What really is a clear violation of separation of powers is to legislate from the bench what the new law or procedure will be in declaring an existing law unconstitutional instead of handing it over to the legislative branch of Government to deal with.
We even have a Justice or two who ignore the Constitution /Bill of Rights being the Supreme Law of the Land & the only law which is to be considered in rendering a decision citing instead some assumed international law .....a practice specifically forbidden to them.
A surprise the Judicial System does no longer protect or serve the people as intended .......hardly!
justsayn

North East, PA

#5 Mar 26, 2013
boohoo wrote:
Sounds like someone didn't like a verdict, don't be a dumbass and you won't have to worry about the court system. Over 40 and never have even been in a courtroom.
Guess what? You are the one that has the most to worry about then because innocent people minding their business have been made victims from an out of control investigation and were dragged into the system and spit out the back door simply because they were near,or looked like someone or drove similar car etc etc. that just happened a while back in Erie and the guy sued, won but only got $1 and but then he got fined several thousand for not accepting their first offer. You really dont know the system until you try to go after them.. innocent people are released every day from prison and it makes you wonder how many more are not so lucky. Been there seen that
Zugzwang

Franklin, PA

#6 Mar 26, 2013
Money talks. It's that simple. Anyone with half a brain knows that if you can't change or influence the rules, you learn to exploit them to your advantage. If you can't then get used to taking it up the arse and sucking dick.
Lib to the hell yeah

Winter Park, FL

#7 Mar 26, 2013
Jackson Koehler wrote:
This is a surprise?.....
All Judges I can think of were elevated from the ranks of Lawyers who were first trained in Techniques of how to twist the law to help get their clients off scot free.
Do you know of any Judge in any court however minor it may be even down to the magistrate level that does not think his opinion takes precedent over the law & feels free to declare a law not to his liking unconstitutional?
An unbroken career in how to discredit the law with a pipeline of fresh talent being churned out each year assures the legal profession is nothing more then a lifelong scam.
Once seated Jurist`s had great respect for the law & understood their duty was to apply what the law proscribed. Today I shudder when I hear a Judge solemnly state .."It is my considered opinion" because in some fashion established & documented law is about to be ignored.
Today in our Supreme Court we have many Justices who are activist liberals who twist the Bill of Rights like a wash rag in order to render decisions favoring positions which do not appear in the Bill of Rights. What really is a clear violation of separation of powers is to legislate from the bench what the new law or procedure will be in declaring an existing law unconstitutional instead of handing it over to the legislative branch of Government to deal with.
We even have a Justice or two who ignore the Constitution /Bill of Rights being the Supreme Law of the Land & the only law which is to be considered in rendering a decision citing instead some assumed international law .....a practice specifically forbidden to them.
A surprise the Judicial System does no longer protect or serve the people as intended .......hardly!
All "legislating from the bench" means is you didn't like their opinion. That quote is what wingnut tv and radio have people repeating over and over like a mantra. Very empowering for the Billy Bobs who know more about a good chaw o' tobackie than any sort of sensible thinking.
John Q Public

Meadville, PA

#8 Mar 27, 2013
Judge Bozza is the worst. He should not be allowed on the bench
Jackson Koehler

United States

#9 Mar 27, 2013
Lib to the hell yeah wrote:
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All "legislating from the bench" means is you didn't like their opinion. That quote is what wingnut tv and radio have people repeating over and over like a mantra. Very empowering for the Billy Bobs who know more about a good chaw o' tobackie than any sort of sensible thinking.
Anytime a Supreme Court decision includes imposing the courts alternate views without returning the decision to the legislative Branch for their Constitutional granted authority to either enact new case law or to seek amendment to the Constitution is a violation of the separation of powers as Constitutionally mandated.
It does not matter whether I agree or disagree with a Supreme Courts decision,it is the imposition of rules or regulations by the Supreme Court in violation of what the Constitution allows them to do which is wrong & Yes I find this not to my liking.
You post about sensible thinking.......well, I suggest you read "You can read can`t you" & understand "this might be a problem for you " before you blather on about a topic such as the Constitution/Bill of Rights you obviously have no understanding for or comprehension of what it provides.
Ignorant fools like you are what empower the Democratic Liberals to operate outside of Constitutional limits in their quest to destroy our independence & impose a Socialist state.
In the old days of pre-liberal American education , you would have been held back a grade or given help to comprehend the basic fundamentals of a free society ....its a pity you were born to late to receive the help you obviously need. Ignorance can be cured with education as opposed to stupidity which is forever, I doubt you have the mindset get the education you need on your own in order to achieve the benefits knowledge would give you.
Jackson Koehler

United States

#10 Mar 27, 2013
John Q Public wrote:
Judge Bozza is the worst. He should not be allowed on the bench
You Sir are absolutely correct in identifying Bozza as a disgrace to the Courts .....I have witnessed his application of personal opinion in a clear contradiction of what should have happened with several disputes brought before him in court.
John Q Public

Meadville, PA

#11 Mar 27, 2013
Jackson Koehler wrote:
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You Sir are absolutely correct in identifying Bozza as a disgrace to the Courts .....I have witnessed his application of personal opinion in a clear contradiction of what should have happened with several disputes brought before him in court.
I know of 2 cases where Bozza did not do his job. One was a case of a spouse trying to save his child from an abusive home. He proved the mother was unfit and Bozza ignored him and left the child with the mother. Years later the child had many problems all related to the abuse. The second was a civil case that Bozza obviously had made a pre judgement. I witnessed him sleeping while the trial was going on.
I wish all the worst to Judge Bozza and his family
Lib to the hell yeah

Winter Park, FL

#12 Mar 27, 2013
Jackson Koehler wrote:
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Anytime a Supreme Court decision includes imposing the courts alternate views without returning the decision to the legislative Branch for their Constitutional granted authority to either enact new case law or to seek amendment to the Constitution is a violation of the separation of powers as Constitutionally mandated.
Fair enough. Do you think this is always the case whenever someone claims the courts are legislating from the bench? Even assuming you're right, the mantra is being picked up by people not sophisticated enough to know the difference.

And while I understand kicking laws back to Congress, the Supreme Court isn't picking a winner between sides. It is saying what the Constitution (supposedly)says the government can or can't do. Like in Roe v. Wade it said the government can't infringe on a woman's right to abortion before viability IN ANY FORM.

All the court did was say the constitution says you can't make such a law. Now if the Supreme Court dictated a positive action--women with deformed fetuses HAD TO get an abortion, that would be a matter to be kicked back to the Congress, correct?
Lib to the hell yeah

Winter Park, FL

#13 Mar 27, 2013
Jackson Koehler wrote:
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Ignorant fools like you are what empower the Democratic Liberals to operate outside of Constitutional limits in their quest to destroy our independence & impose a Socialist state.
Wouldn't that make them Socialist Liberals not Democratic Liberals?

Tough criticisms from someone unwilling to post their real name, doncha thunk?
Counter Point

Pittsburgh, PA

#14 Mar 27, 2013
justsayn wrote:
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Guess what? You are the one that has the most to worry about then because innocent people minding their business have been made victims from an out of control investigation and were dragged into the system and spit out the back door simply because they were near,or looked like someone or drove similar car etc etc. that just happened a while back in Erie and the guy sued, won but only got $1 and but then he got fined several thousand for not accepting their first offer. You really dont know the system until you try to go after them.. innocent people are released every day from prison and it makes you wonder how many more are not so lucky. Been there seen that
So you think the $1 case is an example of a bad legal system? It was an attempt at a jackpot by people who were momentarily detained by police in their house because their vehicle looked like the one being chased. No break-in, nobody roughed up, and the cops quickly determined that the vehicle could not be the one because it was cold in the driveway and went on their way. The City offered a nice amount of money as soon at the case was filed--several thousand dollars, I think, for a few minutes of having cops in the house by innocent mistake, but they went for the big bucks and a jury of their peers gave them a dollar; clearly rejecting their attempt to cash in. Doesn't give us much confidence in your definition of "injustice" if you don't know these facts.
__________
Lib to the hell yeah

Winter Park, FL

#15 Mar 27, 2013
Counter Point wrote:
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So you think the $1 case is an example of a bad legal system? It was an attempt at a jackpot by people who were momentarily detained by police in their house because their vehicle looked like the one being chased. No break-in, nobody roughed up, and the cops quickly determined that the vehicle could not be the one because it was cold in the driveway and went on their way. The City offered a nice amount of money as soon at the case was filed--several thousand dollars, I think, for a few minutes of having cops in the house by innocent mistake, but they went for the big bucks and a jury of their peers gave them a dollar; clearly rejecting their attempt to cash in. Doesn't give us much confidence in your definition of "injustice" if you don't know these facts.
__________
I doubt many would have a problem with an honest mistake as long as the police are professional, even if aggressive. I believe part of the problem was their condescension in the handling of suspects who turned out to be innocent.
Ken

Martinsville, VA

#16 Mar 27, 2013
Justsayn wrote:
One thing that NEVER gets reported in this town is how corrupt the entire system is not just lawyers but cops and judges. I have seen the news reporters in the court room just turning a blind eye to slanted trials,side door discussions,unchallenged testimony, its as if the news media must represent the "system" and perpetuate this illusion that it "works for justice" and they must insure the masses of that. Its because of that protection that the system can get away with anything because what are you as a pee on, going to do? File a law suit? First try to find a lawyer that will take that kind of case, then guess what you've got to use the system to fight the system --won't happen. Dont look for camera in the court room either, it might disrupt "justice" they will tell you.
I like to use this format to expose what the media wont.. feel free to share you experiences
Sadly, the entire state of PA is mired in judicial and legislative corruption. It's extremely evident in the huge payout made to Louis Freeh to protect PA state government from national scrutiny. PA government had/has major involvement with Sandusky's Second Mile "charity", and at over 8 million dollars to one man(Freeh), PA state government bought themselves out of it. DA Ray Gricar had Sandusky complaints on his desk in at least 1998. For some reason, Gricar can't or won't pursue the issue or prosecute Sandusky. Gricar then vanishes into thin air, poof, gone! As Attorney General, Tom Corbett then "takes over" the case. But all he does is hide it from public view and not pursue it for 3 years! When it does leak to the public, Corbett is Governor and he craftily gets Louis Freeh to charge the university 8 million to frame themselves and Joe Paterno! Why is there no mention of the early knowledge and innaction of Ray Gricar and Tom Corbett in the Freeh report? If Corbett wasn't trying to cover something very dirty in his own office, he could have had the FBI investigate Sandusky at no cost to the university. But, that would have led to him and his dirty government.
lol

Erie, PA

#17 Mar 27, 2013
John Q Public wrote:
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I know of 2 cases where Bozza did not do his job. One was a case of a spouse trying to save his child from an abusive home. He proved the mother was unfit and Bozza ignored him and left the child with the mother. Years later the child had many problems all related to the abuse. The second was a civil case that Bozza obviously had made a pre judgement. I witnessed him sleeping while the trial was going on.
I wish all the worst to Judge Bozza and his family
I know a criminal case where the person was a first time offender. The prosecution and defense came up with a sentence agreement of 9 months probation. Then Bozza gave the guy 9-24months state time.Stating he did not have to abide by the prosecutions reccomadation. And the kid never even had a speeding ticket before that. Bozza is a complete @sshole!!!!
Right you are

Erie, PA

#19 Mar 28, 2013
Justsayn wrote:
One thing that NEVER gets reported in this town is how corrupt the entire system is not just lawyers but cops and judges. I have seen the news reporters in the court room just turning a blind eye to slanted trials,side door discussions,unchallenged testimony, its as if the news media must represent the "system" and perpetuate this illusion that it "works for justice" and they must insure the masses of that. Its because of that protection that the system can get away with anything because what are you as a pee on, going to do? File a law suit? First try to find a lawyer that will take that kind of case, then guess what you've got to use the system to fight the system --won't happen. Dont look for camera in the court room either, it might disrupt "justice" they will tell you.
I like to use this format to expose what the media wont.. feel free to share you experiences
I have to agree with you, this guy has been walking around free for the past 7 years because he is incompetent to stand trial, if he is so incompetent he should be in a facility away from society, check out his charges, he is a danger, he must know somebody...sickening...
Docket Number:http://ujsportal.pacour ts.us/DocketSheets
CP-25-CR-0001111-2007
Jackson Koehler

United States

#20 Apr 1, 2013
Lib to the hell yeah wrote:
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Wouldn't that make them Socialist Liberals not Democratic Liberals?
Tough criticisms from someone unwilling to post their real name, doncha thunk?
One & the Same! doncha think...too bad you do not have a talent for the obvious!
wrdi

Chardon, OH

#23 Apr 2, 2013

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