When the New Jersey Governor was ready to release his findings on the BridgeGate fiasco…
Did anyone else notice he had it announced by his lawyer?
The Governor’s lawyer is not permitted to release any information which could incriminate his client, or himself.


RULE 1.6 of the Rules of Professional Conduct mandates confidentiality of information by lawyers and judges and prosecutors and attorneys general where the information:
– would affect the integrity of the judiciary,
– would reveal the prosecutorial misconduct of their own office, or
– would expose individual liability
– would negatively impact their client.

When applied to judicial corruption and injustice, Rule 1.6 cause an inescapable denial of constitutional rights for a litigant. The victim is further required to return to the courts for resolution, however the judiciary is required to ignore and conceal the injustice pursuant to Rule 1.6. The injustice becomes inescapable as District Attorneys and states Attorneys General are lawyers mandated to confidentiality. Federal Law Enforcement Authorities will not enter the jurisdiction of the District Attorney or the Attorney General without an invitation to investigate.

The Constitutional Challenge of Rule 1.6 is in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

Plaintiffs have lawfully petitioned the court and served the challenge on every US Attorney General to address a constitutional calamity which has ‘LAWFULLY BUT UNCONSTITUTIONALLY’ persisted in the United State for decades.

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