Sunday, September 16, 2007

Judicial Heresy in New England

Morris Dees, part 1

"It would be total heresy for a judge judge in Alabama to speak to a group of trial lawyers like you just spoke to this group. Probably get recused out of every case he ever tried ..." -Morris Dees of the Southern Poverty Law Center

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There seems to be a club of legislators, judges, prosecutors, police, and trial lawyers. We the people, lose, and aren't part of the "special club".

Cindy Robinson Introduction of Judge Nadeau, part 1

Judge Nadeau, part 1

Rep. Themis Klarides

Rep. Themis Klarides receives the CTLA Civil Justice Award

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The justice system does not protect everyone. There is no integrity. There is no public service. Lawyers have become the scourge of the nation. Lawyers should not be involved in controlling every aspect of our lives. Lawyers can legislate unfairness, abuse, red tape, and racism while lining their pockets. Don't vote for lawyers. Legislators, the judicial branch, the executive branch, and law enforcement have their ethics challenged by being involved with the lawyer mafia.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

2007 Annual Meeting

On June 14, 2007, CTLA members from all over the state came together at the Waters Edge Resort in Westbrook, CT. In addition to electing our new 2007-2008 Officers and Board of Governors, we also heard the Supreme and Appellate Court Review and Workers' Compensation Review. And we heard speeches from Civil Justice Award Winner, Rep. Themis Klarides; Judicial Award Winner, Judge Thomas Nadeau; and nationally reknowned trial lawyer, Morris Dees, of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Monday, September 17, 2007 9:20:00 PM  

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