2015
10.28

THE TIRESOME GAMES INVOLVED IN PAPER TERRORISM…

For the Appeal filed on October 20, 2015, Judge Carpenter has granted an Order for filing fees ONLY.

This prevents the production of the court transcripts which are necessary for the issues relating to the appeal.

THIS CREATES A LITTLE CONFUSION.
Had the Court not approved the IFP, THE APPEAL WOULD AUTOMATICALLY MOVE FORWARD TO THE SUPERIOR COURT.
The Superior Court would have been required to review/approve the IFP.

By limiting the Order to provide only the filing fees, the Court has prevented the timely production of the Transcripts.

Issued without any proceeding, this same tactic prevented the production of the Transcripts in the Appeal in Healy v Healy. Each Court Reporter was directly personally contacted and instructed by the Court to NOT COMPLY with an Order already issued and to write letters which indicated their non-compliance.

The Court then struck it’s own order WITHOUT ANY PROCEEDING OR EXPLANATION OR RECOURSE. The Court ignored petitions requesting a hearing on the matter to provide reasons or explanations.

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

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania # 3151-2015

v.

Terance Healy

NOTICE OF APPEAL

Notice is hereby given that Terance Healy, Defendant, Appellant above named, hereby appeals to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania from the order entered in this matter on the 22nd day of October 2015.

There was no proceeding.
The attached Order is not signed by Judge William R. Carpenter.
The attached Order has been rubber stamped with the judge’s signature.
The attached Order prevents the production of transcripts of proceedings which are necessary for review regarding the related appeal.

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.

As required by established procedure, Terance Healy, Defendant, Appellant above named, hereby appeals to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania.

This procedural action should not be interpreted or misconstrued so as to provide jurisdiction to the Court of Common Pleas.

Pursuant to Pa R.A.P. 904( c ), I, Terance Healy, notifies that as no proceeding was conducted, there is no transcript available.

The subject Order dated 22nd day of October 2015 order has been entered in the docket as evidenced by the attached copy of the docket entry.

______________________________
Terance Healy

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