Where ‘secret orders from unidentified courts’ have prohibited Kathleen Kane PERSONALLY from the responsibilities of the Office of Attorney General, THERE EXISTS A PRECEDENT SEPARATING ‘THE PERSON’ FROM THE ELECTED ATTORNEY GENERAL.
The unsigned order which has temporarily suspended the license of ‘the person’, does not necessarily have to affect the Attorney General, who is defined by the Pennsylvania Constitution as ‘the chief law enforcement officer of the Commonwealth’ with the authority to ‘exercise such powers and duties as may be imposed by law.’
The Judiciary lacks the authority to affect the law enforcement powers of the Attorney General. The Attorney General derives authority from the Constitution and the Commonwealth Attorneys Act. The Constitution was properly amended by the Legislature and signed by the Governor. The Commonwealth Attorneys Act was passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor.
The properly amended Pennsylvania Constitution, the properly enacted Commonwealth Attorneys Act, and the Pennsylvania electorate CANNOT BE DISREGARDED BY THE ACTIONS OF THE JUDICIARY (Supreme Court of Pennsylvania).
The authority of the Judiciary to enact laws, or rules governing practice procedure and conduct of all courts is limited.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has authority under Article V Section 10(c) ONLY ‘if such rules are consistent with this Constitution’.
The authority of the Attorney General is provided for in the Pennsylvania Constitution. The position was defined by THE COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEYS ACT ‘setting forth powers and duties of the Attorney General.’
The COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEYS ACT was properly enacted by the Legislature and signed by the Governor.
The Pennsylvania Constitution was amended to include Article IV Section 4.1
RULES PRESCRIBED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA WHICH PREVENT THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FROM EXERCISING THE POWERS AND DUTIES IMPOSED BY LAWS DEFINED BY THE LEGISLATURE WOULD NOT BE CONSISTENT WITH THE CONSTITUTION.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania does not have authority to prescribe any Rule or Law that is inconsistent with the Pennsylvania Constitution. Article V Section 10(c)
“All laws shall be suspended to the extent that they are inconsistent with rules prescribed under these provisions.” Article V Section 10(c)
Any law inconsistent with the Pennsylvania Constitution, is ALSO NOT CONSISTENT ‘under these provisions’.
Therefore, laws which have been properly enacted by the Legislature and Governor can not be suspended (or ignored) by subsequent unconstitutional actions by the Judiciary.
SO THOSE ‘secret orders from unidentified courts’ ARE ALSO INCONSISTENT.
BUT…, only unconstitutional to a person whose rights are being denied by the orders… not the person ordered secretly to deny them.
I believe the secret orders were how Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane learned of the Terroristic Divorce… After 7 years, of requests for investigation, secret orders from unidentified courts finally caught the attention of the fourth Pennsylvania Attorney General since it began.
WHY HAS THIS BECOME SUCH A HUGE DEBACLE ALL OF A SUDDEN?
Article V Section 10(c) ‘rules governing general practice’ does not provide the Judiciary with the broad rulemaking authority to require ALL lawyers, and personnel involved with law enforcement to maintain CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION where such nondisclosure is not consistent with the Rule of Law and the rights preserved and protected by the Pennsylvania Constitution and the Constitution of the United States.
An unconstitutional silence has spread across the United States. Injustice has been ignored. Even the most egregious injustice witnessed by millions of people has been ignored by law enforcement and the courts.
American Injustice is ignored pursuant to an unconstitutional CONFIDENTIALITY OF INFORMATION and left unexplained. One aspect of Rule 1.6 Confidentiality is ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE.
Attorney-client privilege can prevent a District Attorney from prosecuting her staff for fraud, failure to follow the law, and ignoring a litigants Constitutional rights. The judiciary seems to be held hostage to the corruption of the District Attorneys and courthouse staff. The litigant is left without recourse.
Where the District Attorneys staff are also clients, attorney client privilege prevents a DA from exposing the crimes committed by their staff.
The same confidentiality privilege applies to an Attorney General and her staff. Attorney client privilege is at the discretion of the client (with very limited exceptions).
Staffers within the Office of the Attorney General, as clients of the AG, are protected. The OAG staffers often mislead the media and/or make false allegations against the Attorney General knowing they MUST BE protected by the person whom they are accusing.
The AG may not release the confidential information until defending themselves in court. The AG may not disclose or prosecute the fraud. Prosecution cannot begin until disclosure is permitted. Defending themselves in Court and Threat of Death are the only acceptable excuses for breaching Confidentiality in most states. Even then, it is discretionary on the part of the lawyer. There is no obligation or ethical mandate.
Now, imagine that the Attorney General of the fifth largest state has become aware of widespread corruption. Investigations have been executed to harass and terrorize litigants who have no other recourse. Investigations have been neglected because of attorney-client privilege.
When those investigations fail to result in prosecution, ALL information is sealed by a grand jury. Presumably this is to prevent the innocent target from harm… BUT, they have been denied the Rule of Law, and their Constitutional rights, and have NO OTHER RECOURSE by which to prevent further actions and crimes against them. The grand jury is concealing the corruption and lawlessness of law enforcement. Subsequent inquiries become even more difficult.
As the owner of the investigative data, the Attorney General may review the cases. BUT, a grand jury seal on the data prevents exposure and use in a prosecution.
The only method by which the AG can prosecute the corruption within the County, requires the OAG to unseal documents sealed by grand jury orders.
The District Attorney must act to protect her staff/clients… Having her staff prosecute the Attorney General on false charges. The District Attorney has discretion to ignore any fraud by the staffers. False documents, fake new releases, misinformation, news leaks…
PREVENT THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FROM OFFERING ANY DEFENSE IN COURT.
Impeach, prosecute, accuse, misinform, forgeries, fraud, …
Exactly… Risa Ferman has been doing this to Kathleen Kane… Kane knows what crimes Risa Ferman has ignored, failed to prosecute, or encouraged and participated in concealing to protect her staff (clients) while denying people of their rights and freedom.
Justice is coming.