Recusancy of Judge Delricci Montgomery Co. Pa.
Posted in the Northampton County Forum
#1 Dec 7, 2010
Judge Thomas Delricci held a special meeting between The parties attorneys. This was to discuss a conflict of interest involving working for Ms. Rex prior to his appointment as a Montgomery county Judge.
This case proceeded forward in spite of this know conflict of interest.
During the term of Judge Delricci hearing this highly delayed and protracted divorce matter involving Former Colleague, and Judge Sharron L. Rex.
Judge Delricci attended attorney Lynn Gold-Bikin’s (legal counsel for Rex) wedding service, and performed the wedding ceremonies.
Judge Delricci was asked on the record several times to recuse himself.
This because of his know personal relationships with former Judge Sharron Rex, and attorney Lynn Gold-Bikin.
Judge Delricci’s Recusancy in this matter
“Obsitinate refusal to comply”
resulted in the Judge violating the
Judicial Canon 3(c)1:
Self recusal by the Judge.
Which allows a Judge to move or recuse themselves because of a conflict of interest without involved parties having to file or motion the court to do so.
Judge Delricci failed to uphold his official capacity in following the Judicial Canons he swore his oath to as a Judge.
Judge Arthur Tilson is also guilty of this same offense.
He gave the wedding toast at former Judge Rex’s wedding ceremonies. But would not step down until he was motioned to do so by Mr. Kulesa.
This failure by Judge Tilson resulted in many more months of delay and favor to former Judge Rex.
#2 Mar 1, 2011
JUDICIAL IMMUNITY FOR JUDGE Thomas DelRicci ?
This Judge did not "faithfully" and "impartially" perform all duties incumbent upon them under the "Constitution" and "laws" of the United States (14th Amendments Equal Protection Clause. Civil Right, the Preamble to the Constitution, Canon Codes of Judicial Code, Article III Section1, various U.S.C.).
A Judicial Act was one normally performed by a Judge and was within the Judges judicial capacity. Since bias/discrimination is not a judicial act (in accordance with the Judges' Oath),
a Judge who is bias/discriminatory does not have judicial immunity.
The U. S. Supreme Court has overturned U. S. District Court and Court of Appeals cases.
The question you should ask a Jury to decide is whether Judicial Bias and/or Judges who discriminate against a specific class of people (in this case Pro-Se) is a normally performed act performed by a Judge.
Thus all the Judges, listed as Defendants, should stand trial for their non-judicial acts, the Judges did not "faithfully" and "impartially" perform all duties incumbent upon them under the "Constitution" and "laws" of the United States
(14th Amendments Equal Protection Clause. Civil Right, the Preamble to the Constitution, Canon Codes of Judicial Code, Article III Section1, various U.S.C.).
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