MICHIGAN AND AMERICA ARE BEING TURNED INTO A KINGDOM – Greg Groninger
It is a fact:
1) Attorneys make money when controversy exists between two parties.
2) Attorneys write and pass laws that create controversy between State and Citizens’.
3) Judges are attorneys.
4) Most Citizens have to use attorneys to help settle controversy between themselves and the State.
5) Judges in court of claims are paid by the State
6) Judges in court of claims are appointed by the supreme court.
7) Attorneys have to be a member of the State Bar to practice law.
8) The State Bar of Michigan is a public body corporate MCL 600.901
9) “Public entity” means the state including all agencies thereof, any public body corporate within the state, including all agencies thereof… MCL 15.321
10) The State Bar (attorneys) are regulated by the State supreme court MCL 600.904
11) State Bar attorneys are officers of the court. In other words they are agents of the state. MCL 600.90112) In the word of Chief Justice Michael J. Talbot “The Court of Claims is a court of statewide, limited jurisdiction (PA 164 of 2013) to hear and determine all civil actions filed against the State of Michigan and its agencies. These cases include highway defect, medical malpractice, contracts, constitutional claims, prisoner litigation, tax-related suits, and other claims for money damages.”
13) In the word of Chief Justice Michael J. Talbot “The Court of Claims operates much like any other Michigan circuit court. In the Court of Claims, however, there is no right to a jury trial.”
14) ARTICLE I § 14 Jury trials: The right of trial by jury shall remain, but shall be waived in all civil cases unless demanded by one of the parties in the manner prescribed by law. In all civil cases tried by 12 jurors a verdict shall be received when 10 jurors agree.
15) ARTICLE III § 2 Separation of powers of government: “The powers of government are divided into three branches: legislative, executive and judicial. No person exercising powers of one branch shall exercise powers properly belonging to another branch except as expressly provided in this constitution.
The State of Michigan and the feds are running an unconstitutional closed shop monopoly and depriving the men and women of this State and country their constitutional protections.
Possible Action Steps:
1) Abolish the court of claims. ARTICLE VI § 26 Present statutory courts: “Statutory courts in existence at the time this constitution becomes effective shall retain their powers and jurisdiction, except as provided by law, until they are abolished by law.”
2) Prohibit attorney’s from holding office in the State, Art III § 2 Separation of powers of government.
3) Return jury nullification to the court room
4) Re-establish STANDING GRAND JURIES in ever county
Also check out this link it gives examples of how the judges in court even control the jury to benefit the state.
Please think about these two quotes from our founders:
1) “Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters.”
— Daniel Webster
2) “The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people; it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government — lest it come to dominate our lives and interests.” — Patrick Henry
Public Body Corporate
REVISED JUDICATURE ACT OF 1961
Act 236 of 1961
600.901 State bar; membership; public body corporate.
The state bar of Michigan is a public body corporate, the membership of which consists of all persons who are now and hereafter licensed to practice law in this state. The members of the state bar of Michigan are officers of the courts of this state, and have the exclusive right to designate themselves as “attorneys and counselors,” or “attorneys at law,” or “lawyers.” No person is authorized to practice law in this state unless he complies with the requirements of the supreme
court with regard thereto.
CONTRACTS OF PUBLIC SERVANTS WITH PUBLIC ENTITIES
Act 317 of 1968
15.321 Public servants, contracts with public entities; definitions.
As used in this act:
(a) “Public servant” includes all persons serving any public entity, except members of the legislature and state officers who are within the provisions of section 10 of article 4 of the state constitution as implemented by legislative act.
(b) “Public entity” means the state including all agencies thereof, any public body corporate within the state, including all agencies thereof, or any non-incorporated public body within the state of whatever nature, including all agencies thereof.
REVISED JUDICATURE ACT OF 1961
Act 236 of 1961
600.904 State bar; regulation by supreme court.
The supreme court has the power to provide for the organization, government, and membership of the state bar of Michigan, and to adopt rules and regulations concerning the conduct and activities of the state bar of Michigan and its members, the schedule of membership dues therein, the discipline, suspension, and disbarment of its members for misconduct, and the investigation and examination of applicants for admission to the bar.
§ 2 Separation of powers of government.
Sec. 2. The powers of government are divided into three branches: legislative, executive and judicial. No person exercising powers of one branch shall exercise powers properly belonging to another branch except as expressly provided in this constitution.