2015
10.28

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
CRIMINAL DIVISION

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania # 3151-2015

v.

Terance Healy

NOTICE: Letter to Superior Court of Pennsylvania

Notice is hereby given that Terance Healy, Defendant, Appellant above named, has received a copy of the attached 2 page letter which purports to be from the Honorable Judge William R. Carpenter Jr.

The letter relates to an Appeal filed on October 20, 2015.

The letter contradicts the verbal statement and acknowledgement of Judge Carpenter in open court on October 14, 2015 relating to the Appeal to the Superior Court..

On October 14, 2015, Judge Carpenter had granted permission for the interlocutory appeal to proceed.

Judge Carpenter had neglected to address the elements of jurisdiction as agreed on September 16, 2015.

The letter is improper and, while not ex parte, DOES NOT CONFORM to the Rules of Appellate Procedure as it attempts to prevent any review by the judges of the Superior Court.

The letter is not proper, lawful, or constitutional, as it seeks to deny and prevent access to the courts for redress of grievances.

The letter, if authentic, indicates that the judge has a conflict of interest in this matter which prevents the Court from addressing the defects in procedure which result in a lack of jurisdiction for the Court in this matter.

The Court is acting without proper jurisdiction in this matter and has declined to address the issues of failure and neglect by the Attorney for the Commonwealth.

The Office of the District Attorney and the attorney representing the Commonwealth have failed to adhere to the Law, The Rules of Criminal Procedure, while ignoring rights protected and secured by the Pennsylvania Constitution and the Constitution of the United States.

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Terance Healy

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