2. Did you know that many court documents are “signed” with a rubber-stamp? Did you know many attorneys have this rubber-stamp so they can fake the judge’s signature?
3. Did you know the IRS maintains a criminal investigation file on every Federal judge?
4. Did you know that the Post Office is not authorized to serve process? Did you know that they are not bonded for that, they are not paid for it, and the postman cannot see into the envelope, so he cannot swear to the contents of what he delivered (and he usually doesn't see who received it)? Do you realize that “service by mail” is therefore illegal? Did you know that "receiving" mail is a voluntary act, and you have the right to refuse mail?
5. Did you know that you can report crooked judges to the Court Administrator?
Mult Co Court Admin.
1021 SW Fourth Street
Portland, OR 97204
State Court Admin.
1163 State Street
Salem, OR 97310
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6. Did you know that many of the judges haven't signed the correct oath of office as specified in the Oregon Constitution?
Article VII (Amended) Section 21. Oath of office of Supreme Court Judges. Every judge of the Supreme Court before entering upon the duties of his office shall take, subscribe, and transmit to the Secretary of State the following oath.—I __________ do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support the Constitution of the United States, and the constitution of the State of Oregon, and that I will faithfully, and impartially discharge the duties of a Judge of the Supreme, and Circuits (sic) Courts of said, State according to the best of my ability, and that I will not accept any other office, except Judicial offices during the term for which I have been elected.—
Did you know that in many of these judges' oaths, the words "and impartially" are gone?
Did you know there are no records of the 1910 vote amending Article VII? And that Gov. Frank W. Benson signed the Amended Article VII twice while illegally holding two offices?
Speaking of the Oregon Constitution:
Article I, Section 16. Excessive bail and fines; cruel and unusual punishments; power of jury in criminal case. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed. Cruel and unusual punishments shall not be inflicted, but all penalties shall be proportioned to the offense.—In all criminal cases whatever, the jury shall have the right to determine the law, and the facts under the direction of the Court as to the law, and the right of new trial, as in civil cases.
7. Did you know that Judge Solmonetti got "retired" when his bonding company wouldn't renew the county's bond because of his misbehavior, and the county had to dip into the general fund to pay off malpractice claims?
WHO IS THE BONDING COMPANY FOR MULTNOMAH COUNTY???
And did you know you can report crooked judges to the Insurance Commissioner?
440-1 Labor and Industries Building
Salem, OR 97310-0765
503-378-4271, 503-378-4636 or 503-378-4484
8. Did you know that if you do not have an attorney to represent you during sentencing, you cannot lawfully be sentenced?
9. Did you know that you can ALWAYS remain silent because the State judge cannot grant you immunity from Federal prosecution?
10. Did you know that the judges do not hold the full judicial power of the state? Did you know that they hold the military power?
11. Are you aware that a mere signature is not defined by law as Evidence of Authenticity? See Rules of Evidence Rule 902.
12. Did you know that if you have a complaint about an attorney, you will get much better results if you file your complaint with the Professional Liability Fund (the insurance arm of the Bar Association) as well as the Bar Association? Did you know that the PLF has a formal complaint procedure, and they actually pay out money?
13. Did you know that the Oregon Bar Association (run by the Oregon Supreme Court) lets drug-addicted attorneys and judges continue to practice, and keeps them out of jail with a special program, the Attorney Assistance Program?
14. Did you know that only 63% of Oregon's licensed lawyers pay the $2,100 per year for supposedly "mandatory" malpractice insurance? (http://www.mobar.org/journal/1997/julaug/law.htm)
15. Did you know that the original purpose of the Bar Associations was to weed out the most incompetent of the incompetent?