Where the judiciary enacts an unconstitutional law, there is no ability to review the constitutionality of the law by the legislative or executive branches.

Where the judiciary will not review the constitutionality of their law, People are denied rights protected by the constitution without any possible recourse.

Rule 1.6 – Confidentiality of Information of the Rules of Professional Conduct has been enacted into law by the judiciary in every state.

The Rules of Professional Conduct apply to lawyers and legal professionals including judges.

Rule 1.6 Confidentiality prevents a lawyer from presenting ‘confidential information’ during a legal proceeding, and excuses the lawyer’s failure to address or counter the information presented by the opposing party.

Where an unrepresented party presents true and factual information to the court, a judge is prevented from including that true and factual information in rulings and opinions where mandated to maintain confidentiality.

Further, the court is prevented from providing any explanation for the ommission of true and factual information and testimony.

In ongoing litigation and appeals, any attempt by an unrepresented party to have the court address that true and factual information is similarly omitted and ignored without explanation.

The lawyer on the appeal is limited where the information was not addressed during the hearings – even where that lawyer is responsible to respond to the challenge to the court’s jurisdiction.

“True and factual information’ includes the court docket and record, the Law, a state constitution, and the Constitution of the United States.

“True and factual information” which is neglected is NOT the result of credibility determinations.

The integrity of the court is affected when the judiciary is mandated to injustice without ability to explain.

“Judicial independence does not just happen all by itself. It is tremendously hard to create, and easier than most people imagine to destroy.” – Sandra Day O’Connor, Supreme Court of the United States

Alexander Hamilton remarked that “a steady, upright and impartial administration of the laws is essential, because no man can be sure that he may not be tomorrow the victim of a spirit of injustice.”

President Woodrow Wilson wrote, government “keeps it promises, or does not keep them, in its courts. For the individual, therefore,… the struggle for constitutional government is a struggle for good laws, indeed, but also for intelligent, independent, and impartial courts.”

The Founders knew that statutes and constitutions do not protect our judicial independence — people do.

After over eight years of litigation, it is evident that the Rule 1.6 mandate of confidentiality has obstructed, prevented and denied any justice in Healy v. Healy by the twenty judges on the Montgomerry County PA bench who have been involved in the case.

Rule 1.6 has been improperly used by attorneys, Robert Angst & Valerie Rosenbluth Angst, to extort and leverage the judiciary to further injustice.

Rule 1.6 prevents any justice in the matter until such time as the judiciary is permitted intelligence, independence and impartiality.

While Rule 1.6 duty of confidentiality is closely related to the attorney-client privilege, it is broader in scope.

Rule 1.6 mandates confidentiality of information where the information
– would adversely affect the integrity of the judiciary,
– would reveal misconduct of their own office,
– would expose individual liability,
– would adversely affect their client.

Where a government attorney’s clients include
– Public
– Government as a whole
– Branch of government in which employed
– Particular agency or department
– Responsible officers who make decisions with an agency or department

It would seem that Rule 1.6 was designed to conceal public corruption, judicial corruption, and injustice. District Attorneys, Prosecutors or Attorneys General were clearly mandated to ignore Kids For Cash, Foreclosures through fraud, and other injustices by pretending they don’t exist… and having lawyers write reports which fail to explain the Rule 1.6 confidentiality which undermined their effort.

It would seems that Rule 1.6 was designed to conceal corruption… BECAUSE IT WAS ENACTED INTO LAW in response to the FBI’s Operation Greylord to prevent judges from being prosecuted for corruption.

The American Bar Association failed to understand that the integrity of the judiciary is not protected by destroying the integrity of the judiciary, undermining judicial authority and usurping the authority of the Executive branch and the Legislature.

Rule 1.6 is so wrong… It’s evil.

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