The Right to Petition And Democracy

The right to petition is more important than the right to vote. However, Federal judges violate civil rights by deciding cases (petitions) 1) cert denied without opinions, 2) with unpublished opinions, and 3) juries no longer are sole arbiters of law.

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About James Constant

writes on law, government and science, as they are and as they should be

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