Important U.S. Code Titles
[B]Title 5, US Code Sec. 556(d), Sec. 557, Sec.706:[/B]
Courts lose jurisdiction if they do not follow Due Process Law.
[B]Title 18, US Code Sec.2381:[/B]
In the presents of two or more witnesses of the same overt act, or in a open court of law, if you fail to timely move to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and honor your oath of office, you are subject to the charge of capital felony treason.
[B]Title 42 US Code Sec. 1983, Sec. 1985, & Sec. 1986:[/B]
Clearly established the right to sue anyone who violates your constitutional rights. The Constitution guarantees: he who would unlawfully jeopardize your property loses property to you, and that's what justice is all about.
“Judge, you are deemed to know the law and are sworn to uphold it. You can hardly claim that you acted in good faith for willful deformation of a law and you certainly cannot pled ignorance of the law, for that would make the law look stupid for a knowledgeable judge to claim ignorance of a law, when a Citizen on the street cannot claim ignorance of the law. Therefore, there is no judicial immunity.”