Judges in Massachusetts
can be removed with a bill of address,
which only requires a majority vote
of the legislature and approval by
the Governor and the Governors Council.
There is currently a bill of address
filed to remove the four judges who
conjured up homosexual marriage. See
the Article 8 web site.
do not believe there is such a thing
as ABSOLUTE immunity.
Oops Judicial Immunity. Can someone
please describe the difference between
We just have not presented enough
evidence yet to impeach one.
Tell that one to Barbara when she
had ALL the evidence in the world
and I had testimony and evidence that
the courts had NO NO NO evidence to
prostitute me but the federal judge
dismissed the case citing Judicial
Read about the "Star Chambers"
Can anyone name the law that the legislators
enacted granting judges immunity?
can impeach, in theory, just by
proving dishonesty and bad behavior.
Bob with all respect that is all we
need to do is to show dishonesty and
The Massachusetts Constitution under
"Part the Second" "The
Frame of Government" "Chapter
III" "Judiciary Power"
"Article I" reads as follows:
tenure, that all commission officers
shall by law have in their offices,
shall be expressed in their respective
commissions. All judicial officers,
duly appointed, commissioned and sworn,
shall hold their offices during good
behavior, excepting such concerning
whom there is different provision
made in this constitution: provided
nevertheless, the governor, with consent
of the council, may remove them upon
the address of both houses of the
Please define "Good
Behavior" I am all ears!
anyone know the process for starting
this in front of the house?
I have the papers all draw up.
I want my Rep to file but he is stepping
down, I have already talk to him in
the past, but I will not while he
is stepping down.
I am contemplating running but money
and time and help is what it will
take. I do believe I would have
an excellent chance at the seat.
"It is sad comment that the
public is so uneducated, unconcerned
and blinded to the TRUTH by the
media, and that the Judiciary of
our once great Nation has been allowed
to sink to these depths. And while
I say that the conditions that exist
today can be laid at one doorstep,
that of the Judiciary, I must ultimately
say that the fault really lies at
our feet, We the People, for it
is We the People who have allowed
the foxes to guard the henhouse."
Robert H. Bork, Judge,
Supreme Court Nominee & Professor