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  • Abuse of Power by the Judiciary and Lawyers over the legal system
  • 19/03/2018 Make a Comment
  • Contributed by: Edward ( 1 article in 2018 )
The judiciary in Canada asserts immense power over the lives of individuals and the conduct of businesses. They have rendered themselves totally unaccountable to the public or to any other branch of government.

The judges and lawyers maintain their stronghold on the legal system on the myth that they are the guardians of the peoples' rights & freedoms and that the lawyers champion these rights in a court of law that is just and fair.

Although judges and lawyers hypothetically take an oath to uphold the laws, in many cases that oath might as well have been taken on the cook book, to brew up litigation to use the legal system for an assembly line conversion of the victim's assets into fees, or to confiscate it outright.

Many judges acting in conjunction with attorneys, abuse the judicial independence given to them in trust and confidence of the people.

The myth is dispelled when we are confronted by judges who disregard the rules; allow the distortion of facts sometimes to the point of perjury; exclude evidence; rely on laws which have no relevance to the legal and factual issues; issue decisions which fabricate facts and are contrary to the record; deliberately omit critical facts from the record; fail to follow the controlling law and precedent; or issue decisions without any stated facts or law; and approve unreasonable and unconscionable fees for attorneys.

It is not unusual that property and money are taken from the victims without the required due process and the victims are left with nothing or a token of what they had or were entitled to.


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