COURT CONTINUES TO REFUSE TO REPLY TO
COMMON LAW RIGHT OF ACCESS REQUESTS
FALSE IMPRISONMENT ON 8/19/2013
COMMON LAW RIGHT OF ACCESS TO COURT RECORDS
REQUESTS FOR COURT ORDER CLARIFICATIONS
Here is the letter I just sent to the Administrative Office of the Court (AOC) and Judge Glenn Grant (Acting Director of the Courts – New Jersey) in response to his letter to me complaining about emails and my OPRA and Common-law-right-of-access request.
THE LETTER FROM NJ AOC
IS FULL OF SHENANIGANS AND MISREPRESENTATIONS OF FACTS
The letter from the AOC completely ignores the fact that in addition to the OPRA (open records / sunshine request) I sent to the Sheriff’s Office my prior letter to the court also contained a common-law right of access request.
Further: I had sent written letters via Postal Service to the Judges who mishandled my cases I asked for clarifications of orders over 10 months ago and nobody has responded.
I covered all of this in my reply letter.
I stood up for my right to petition the court / government via email as a litigation privilege and 1st Amendment Right.
My right to do so is also likely covered by Article I of the New Jersey State Constitution of 1947 in paragraph 18 (right to petition the government for redress of grievances).
As such it is my position that given the separation of powers the court is powerless to control my right to petition the government as granted to me by the New Jersey Legislature. I do not believe the Judiciary can revoke a privilege provided to me by the Legislature without due-process under the law.
This is where I am at… I hope I can coerce a written reply to my long-dated requests to the court.