Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Appearance of Justice w/ Aroma of J.S.H.I.T, But!

(Atlantic City, NJ)-
Oh, I get by with a little help from my friends, Mmm, gonna try with a little help from my friends.  No I can't call upon the Beatles for help, but you can get the full lyrics to "With A Little Help From My Friends" at  No,  I'll be needing the help of a few that know about a judge's ethical duty to report misconduct by other judges and lawyers.

Though not known by me personally, I can claim to have friends that understand when a judge turns his back on his oath to uphold his position and the Constitution of the United States of America.  One such person would be Leslie W. Abramson, Prof. of Law, University of Louisville.  The others are, Judith A. McMorrow, Prof. of Law, Boston College Law School, Jackie A. Gardina, Vermont Law School and Salvatore Ricciardone, Boston College--Lynch School of Education.

Again, not being an attorney myself, I can only give you my opinion that the above named individuals are experts and or well studied, but I'll let you be the judge.  Now, if you have been keeping up with this blog you understand that I have made some very strong allegations of judicial misconduct that should be reported.  But by whom?  I thought that Judge Noel L. Hillman upon receiving a deposition replete with errors, would report, or at a minimum sanction Harrah's Hotel and Casinos' attorney Christopher C. Mauro.

The above turned out not to be the case, for even after I brought the false statements to judge Hillmans attention, he still couched his opinion on this deposition. (See 4th ¶ of Dkt_Item_47)  So in an effort to obtain justice I filed the second complaint, along with Markland Grant, wherein Ms. Fedaczynsky would now be able to, in her own word, state the truth about the deposition actually transpiring in Hackensack, New Jersey, as purported by Harrah's Hotel and Casinos' attorney Christopher C. Mauro.  Said answers would come by way of answer s to averments (# 44 through #47) of the second complaint. (Click Second Complaint in "Source Links to the right see #44-47 @ pg.16 and 17)

The above is something enquiring minds should want to know, not taking away anything from the National Enquirer at, but one would think that judicial misconduct is a matter of public concern.  Again,  you be the judge.  But do you want too?  Leslie Abramson, says within "The Judge's Ethical Duty to Report Misconduct by Other Judges and Lawyers and its Effect on Judicial Independence," 25 Hofstra L. Rev. 751, 780 that : "Moreover, when a judge reports another judge or a lawyer, even one widely regarded as acting unethically, others may "blame" the notifying judge, whose status may diminish more than that of the reported offender.  Understandably, what judge would want the reputation of a snitch?"   Stand with me, I have judged by the law, now I'm snitching.

If you fail to believe me I can ask that you partake of a "homework assignment," those that have friends that are lawyers, ask that lawyer if he or she has read the allegations set forth within  Please, those of you in the state of New Jersey, I can save you some time and effort because the answer will be "No," even if said lawyer has read the blog. Why?  They must remain willfully ignorant due to the Rules of Professional Conduct, Rule 8.3.  You should know how this works by now, if not watch the movie "Lincoln Lawyer" which hits the nail on the head.

My other three friends, Judith McMorrow, Jackie Gardina, and Salvatore Ricciardone, collaborated on "Judicial Attitudes Toward Confronting Attorney Misconduct: A View From the Reported  Decisions," 32 Hofstra Law Review 1425.  The second paragraph at page 1426 of this article states: "It is important to understand how judges construct their role in regulating attorney conduct because judges are the primary regulators of litigation conduct.  While much of  the litigation action occurs outside the courtroom, judges set the norms for that out-of-court litigation conduct through the signals that they send and the sanctions they impose for conduct that occurs during pretrial conferences, discovery motions, and other pre-and post trial activity."

Those well studied say that judges are the primary regulators and set the norms of their courtrooms.  In my opinion, it plain that Judge Noel L. Hillman is saying to Harrah's Hotel and Casino,  "go ahead, what ever your liar for hire gives me, I'll figure a way to use it to make it appear that justice is being done. Besides I'm the "Damn Judge" and its my law to be administered, all I have to do is pit a licensed attorney against some pro se black man."  Well it is time to let the world see some of the things going on in this mans mind, and that’s why the second complaint begins with the quotation from Mark Twain--“What a wee little part of a person’s life are his acts and his words!  His real life is led in his head, and is known to none but himself.” But, as I will show you it is Judge Noel L. Hillman that lacks the personal knowledge that his acts reveal what's going on in his mind as evidenced by the writings of his hand, within his various opinions in this case and others which I will ask you to judge.

"Oh, I'll get by with a little help from my friends, Mmm, gonna try with a little help from my friends."  So, what do you say friend?  Until next time Happy and Knowledgeable Gaming!

P.S.  Now you and the friends can also join my "Pro Se HQ Group" at, or click "Yahoo Groups join Now" on left.

Black History Month 2012 reigns in and all still do not have equal protection of the laws and meaningful access to the Courts of these United States of America.

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