Arkansas Citizen Participation in Government Act.16-63-502

Jul 5, 2006

Arkansas Code of Judicial Conduct: Creoles Expose Arkansas Court's Aid To Municipal Criminals Supressing Creole Free Speech Reports Of Corruption

This Is Why PCSSD Is In One Of MANY Various Corruption Troubles With The LAW (Criminal & Civil)

Subchapter 5. Citizen Participation in Government Act.16-63-502.

Legislative findings.

The General Assembly finds and declares that:

(1) It is in the public interest to encourage participation by the citizens of the State of Arkansas in matters of public significance through the exercise of their constitutional rights of freedom of speech and the right to petition government for a redress of grievances;

(2) The valid exercise of the constitutional rights of freedom of speech and the right to petition government for a redress of grievances should not be chilled through abuse of the judicial process;

(3) The threat of a civil action for damages in the form of a strategic lawsuit against political participation and the possibility of considerable legal costs can act as a deterrent to citizens who wish to report information to federal, state, or local agencies;

and(4) Strategic lawsuits against political participation can effectively punish concerned citizens for exercising the constitutional right to speak and petition the government for a redress of grievances.

History. Acts 2005, No. 1843, § 1

Our legal system is based on the principle that an independent, fair and competent judiciary will interpret and apply the laws that govern us.

The role of the judiciary is central to American concepts of justice and the rule of law. Intrinsic to all sections of this Code are the precepts that judges, individually and collectively, must respect and honor the judicial office as a public trust and strive to enhance and maintain confidence in our legal system.

The judge is an arbiter of facts and law for the resolution of disputes and a highly visible symbol of government under the rule of law.

Arkansas Code of Judicial Conduct



Canon 1. A judge shall uphold the integrity and independence of the judiciary.

Canon 2. A judge shall avoid impropriety and the appearance of impropriety in all of the judge's activities.

Canon 3. A judge shall perform the duties of judicial office impartially and diligently.

Canon 4. A judge shall so conduct the judge's extra-judicial activities as to minimize the risk of conflict with judicial obligations.

Canon 5. A judge or judicial candidate shall refrain from inappropriate political activity.

Application of the code of judicial conduct.


Deserving a Creole Mention:

Corrupt Law Cases

Terrence Willaman - Denied the right to use the Constitution as a defense by a Judge. Now imprisoned, a law-abiding citizen was denied the right to use the constitution as a legal defense because it "may confuse the jury" under penalty of contempt of court and jail time.

Sarah's story - in her own words, by an 11 year old girl trapped in the system. The San Diego Family Law system has sucked out the family assets and ruined a childhood. This takes guts to read.

Bryer Tort Claim Against The County of L.A. Filed Sept 11, 1998 - Accusing Tyler McCauley, Frederick Bennett, Amy L.K. Shek, Henry Stewart, and Clarence Markham of crimes. This exposed the LA Superior Court Judges slush fund which has now also been exposed in Insight Magazine.

Morse Vs. Morse - Why did Eugia Morse kidnap her own children? The papers have reported the story, but have they really dug into the facts to expose some of the corruption that took place?

Deborah Reid - In October 1996, Deborah went to Family Services for help because she thought her son was being abused by her son's father and girlfriend. Family Services and the Dependency Court diagnosed Deborah as having Munchausen's Syndrome by Proxy partly because her son Jonathan suffered from chronic asthma. The Court, on hearsay evidence, placed the two children in foster care where Jonathan died. Then Gil Garcetti's office tries to prosecute Jonathan's mother! (More on this - March 1999)

Jimmy Hahn Campaign Funds - Jimmy Hahn was reported to the Fair Political Practices Committee on August 1, 1998, FPPC case #98/262. The FPPC is supposed to act on each reported case of campaign fraud within 40 days.After 1 year, the FPPC reports that the case was discarded.

The Amador County Bar Association defends itself in the papers by making false claims that they are a charitable organization. Also see the details of misuse of funds by the Amador County Superior Court system

Los Angeles County District Attorney has a Child Support Collection Scheme that is costing taxpayers and parents millions of dollars. Where is the money going? The corrupt scheme practically guarantees that most of the money doesn't reach the children. DA is sued to recover $25 million!

Irene Jensen - The concept of Parental Alienation used to rip a child's life apart. Junk science is used in court as if it were evidence! Another example of the courts not taking the time to look at facts and allowing so-called 'experts' and legal professionals to make money from troubled parents while the court looks the other way.

Robert Fenton / Gregory Pentoney - Case BA 173392 - Robert Fenton and Gregory Pentoney were arrested and charged with a kickback scheme which put over $1.5 million of the taxpayers money in their pockets. Both the City of Glendale and the County of LA are prosecuting. Both were convicted.

Bryer vs. Pentoney et al. - Case 99C01754. This suit seeks to force County employees involved in a scheme to defraud the public to produce records (provided by law). These records most likely will show that additional fraud has occurred under the County's nose. Pentoney is now being defended by the County of LA.

Ricotta v. State of California - An appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States alleging racketeering in the courts of San Diego. A quote from the case - "attorney Paul E. Gavin, under the color of authority of the state law of California and with assistance of his criminal enterprise, perpetuated; grand theft, fraud , conspiracy, subornation of perjury, falsifying public and court documents, false affidavit, mail fraud, with his client, our two adult sons, his associate attorneys, his employees, and employees of the County Of San Diego to destroy a $925,000 net free and clear estate, so he could extort $100,000+ in legal fees that Thomas was sanction to pay. " .

Visitation Fraud in Amador County - The Crusaders have been collecting proof of corruption that routes federal grant money to firms that have been created just to get in on the free money provided by the government.

Access1 Corruption and Bankruptcy - Our ISP went public then lied about financial problems (a Ponzi scheme) on network TV by passing off creditors pulling the plug as 'technical problems' with computers.

May 28, 2000 - Three Judges and a Family Law Commisioner in Marin County (Northern California) have become the target for Recall. The Judges' records were investigated and a stinging report has been released. Read the report from the San Francisco Chronicle.

California Department Of Real Estate - Corruption in the DRE. Similar to how the Judicial Performance Commission and Bar Association protects jusges and lawyers - Brokers are protected instead of consumers.

Los Angeles County Corporations - We have a Judge working also as President of a Corporation that is building Courthouses; there are secret bonds issued to ???; a Corporation handling $632 million dollars for the next 50 years yet has no employees; a non-profit corporation offering up to 6% return on your investment; millions of dollars in payments by the County, but no accounting.

Nolan vs. Nolan - costs the life of a child that was the object of a custody battle. Trevor Nolan died at the hands of social services in Mono County, California, while custody was being determined. A psychologist alleged that Trevor's mother could suffer from Munchausen's syndrome by proxy causing CPS to prevent the mother from giving Trevor essential medical care that he desperately needed.

Lynch (Santa Cruz County) - A mother attempts to discipline her children - specifically yelling at a high schooler when she finds out about her son's use of marijuana. During divorce proceedings, she is accused of abuse and lands in jail. Here are her attempts to fight the situation.