Oregon/Louisiana non-unanimous v. unanimous verdicts un-constitutional
Rupert, Bob G.
Re: Oregon/ Louisiana non-unanimous v. unanimous verdicts
Recently... the issue of nun-unanimous jury verdicts have become a hot legal topic in Oregon/ Louisiana's, Judicial system.
The United States Supreme court is set to make a ruling 10/2019.
"Only", two states utilize non-unanimous jury verdicts.
Apparently... in *acknowledgement* of a constitutional violation of a very fundamental right.
The Louisiana law maker's and the judicial system concede there exist a constitutional violation.
The *Louisiana constitutional* in its self... was un-constitutional.
This Louisiana constitution has been in effect for "Decades"- its "shocking", that the Louisiana justice system...has "not" come forth decades ago.
Legal scholars, ignored this constitutional right violations- this obvious, violation certainly invites the question(s) of their integrity. E.T.C
The truth be. that they are constitutional Rts violators- an inescapable fact- as well as irresponsible. And very unfit to be in a position to be charged with responsibility that involved the constitutional rights of American Citizens.
The *Swamp* needs Drained of the very top.
Constitutional Rts violator(s) should not be insulated from being held accountable.
Their actions have caused decades of irreversible…..un-constitutional incarcerations.
*illegal incarcerations* absolutely irreversible.
The Louisiana ruling send’s a very clear message. the practice is un-constitutional. It essentially, converts *not guilty* juror votes to guilty.
Oregon has the very same practice in place.
Oregon is soon to be the "only" state that utilizes that practice, all other states require a unanimous jury verdict. (12-0)
This is a hot topic in the Oregon Judicial System.
There has been major news articles addressing this constitutional issue- the question remains... will... Oregon continue this practice for decades to come ?
W/out accountability...its a clear approval of un-constitutional acts demonstrated upon the American citizens- by the very law makers, and the very judicial system entrusted to protect the Constitutional Rts of all.
In the 8/27/19 U.S.A Today news paper the Oregon atty Gen- said, before the U.S Supreme ct- the states criminal justice system would be *overwhelmed* if the U.S. supreme court ruled. That non-unanimous jury verdict are un-constitutional. this constitutional rights violation(s) demonstrated upon citizens by the judicial system, have been utilized for years for some *victims* there exist no judicial relief.
The courts/ judicial system is a continual proliferation of scams- victimization of tax payers/citizens- the cost of un-constitutional- incarcerations- Astronomical amounts- its the victimization of America- America is brain washed in to being voluntary victims. *consensual*-
Do we want a society in which deception by the courts/ judicial system becomes a way of life?
We cannot tolerate a society- in which the government courts- judicial system is empowered to conduct every manner of scam at will and w/out accountability-
Public defenders are in *moral ruins* attempting to pretend- to safe guard constitutional rts state Bar(s) are fatal to constitutional levels of representations- the state Bar adds instead a second defilement to a sub-constitutional level of representation.
The ripple effects are incredible- local law enforcement *know well*... the level of representation afforded by their local pub-def office to indigent defendants- they *guide* certain cases to atty(s) who... mis-lead their client- scam plea deals by mental tactics- in order to promote court room politics.
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