Roberts’s Illegal Policies & Illegal Policy Making

Judicial Conduct Act grants the chief justice of the US Supreme Court the added position of the presiding officer of the Judicial Conference of the US . This gives the chief justice the opportunity to engage in policy making that affects rights and liberties without notice or authority.  American would be outraged if the media would inform them. Yet the media and the nation’s legal scholars, judicial policy organizations, and members of the federal and state bar associations keep it a secrete.   The DRE is a radical, extreme example of a jurisdiction rule that is actually an illegal, unauthorized policy making that the presiding officer and members of the Judicial Conference of the US allow the federal judge to enforce against Americans.

Below are studies the openly discussed illegal policy making finding that the notion the policy making is only for “non-housekeeping category of procedural rules” to be “absurd” and “political non-sense” and that in fact policy making that is authorized the Conference produces “substantive rules” that are deliberately “implicate significant economic, social, or political disputes [that as a matter of fact, reason and law] require Congressional and presidential approval.”

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11974 Review of "Economic Analysis of Law"
21982 Procedural Rulemaking Under the Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980
31993 Of Babies and Bathwater: The Prospects for Procedural Progress
42008 Recovering Access: Rethinking the Structure of Federal Civil Rulemaking
52009 Recovering Access: Rethinking the Structure of Federal Civil Rulemaking
62009 Is Your Bedroom a Private Place - Fornication and Fundamental Rights
72009 Turning a Blind Eye: Perjury in Domestic Violence Cases
82009 The Judicial Conference of The United States: Where Federal Court Policy Is Made
92010 To Revise, Or Not To Revise: That is the Question
102010 The Past, Present and Future of Trans-Substantivity in Federal Civil Procedure
112010 Good Enough For Government Work: The Interpretation of Positive Constitutional Rights In State Constitutions
122015 Administrative Federalism as Separation of Powers
13The Administration of The Federal Courts


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