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"...the law, [the man from the country] thinks, should be accessible to anyone at any time ..." Franz Kafka, The Trial.

An attorney's "first duty is to the courts and the public, not to the client, and wherever the duties to his client conflict with those he owes as an officer of the court in the administration of justice, the former must yield to the latter." Corpus Juris Secundum, Attorney & Client, Vol. 7, Sec. 4..

 

 

The Justice Factory: Tenth Appearance On Charge:

Harassment by Telephone, Guilty until Proven Guiltier

March 23, 2000 Court Appearance, Chicago Illinois, Branch 46, 1340 N. Michigan Ave.

In court today to advance my case. My judge is not there today. How convenient!

The usual lawless prosecutors are there -- Patti Eshaei and Jeremy Brenman.

My name's not on the listing and when the prosecutors walk into the courts, I see that they don't have my file. I can always spot it when they do. It's the fattest one and on the bottom, always.

So I approach the clerk, and he mentions that my judge isn't here today and that he'll hear my motions on May 15, 2000, the same day as the first day of my trial.

I argue with the clerk for some time and get nowhere, he's not the judge after all. I ask him if he's saying that I can't advance my case then. He tells me to give the court and the state at least two weeks on my motions. Two more weeks? They've already had my motions for several months. And I tell him so.

Then I get from various Court personnel with no big fight, the correct name of the judge who illegally incarcerated me and am surprised that I don't have to fight harder for this information. People pretend they have to search through papers, as if they don't know this judge's full name off the tip of their tongues. The judge's name is George Smith, while I had him pegged as Gerald Smith in my papers, which the Judicial Inquiry Board brought to my attention that I had the wrong name.

Prosecutor of Misconduct, Patti Eshaei, makes several sarcastic comments while court is in recess -- she can't help it. Containing and disciplining herself is not something she's known for. She makes all friendly with partner prosecutor Jeremy Brenman, then says she has to be careful, because some people might get the wrong idea. She then mouths off about being a "bad influence" several times. These comments are in reference to my notice to demand that Brenman step down from my case because as Eshaei's partner, he is being unduly influenced by her and she's a known and notorious committer of prosecutorial misconduct against me. She makes a great show of fawning all over some complainants, as if this saves her soul or something.

When the substitute judge calls me, Judge Luckman, he tells me my case is continued until the day of trial during jury selection. At that time we'll hear my motions. I try to argue that I need to have my motion to get witness addresses heard here and now. He plays dumb and finally says that I can submit an emergency motion. He mentions something about a bench trial and I correct him, "Jury trial". Later I file an emergency motion for witness addresses and so will be back at their system from hell built by vampires in two weeks.

What else could I do? Take this latest railroading and unconstitutional tactic lying down?

This all happens early on yet I wait around because a friend of mine is coming to observe as a witness. He notices they don't have my name on today's agenda and takes the "evidence" of such. He goes to ask the court reporter her name and phone number so we can get transcripts and gets that without too much of a fight, also. She asks something like, "Are you with the woman?"

"The woman?" There are lots of women there, so what's this about?

Then she tells him, "Well, she's not on the list for a hearing today."

Then, we stop by a hearing a couple of miles away where the city is trying to condemn a friend's property on Maxwell Street. After that, we stop by the law library and uncover some very interesting U.S. Supreme Court rules regarding prosecutorial misconduct.

Enough for one day in this system from hell. More later.

THIS IS JANE DOE FROM THE JUSTICE FRONT.
www.janedoesociety.org; click on members to get to my motions and reports on the case.

Case 999329469
13 & Michigan Ave, Chicago IL 60605. 312-341-2743 States Attorney; 312-341-2888, Clerk
Branch 46, Room 501

Next court day: April 6, 2000

 

 

 

   

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