If A Judge Is Corrupt, Can You File A Lien Against His Bond On File In Order To Force Him To Do His JOB, Lawfully?Submitted by Jdayh on Fri, 11/16/2012 - 20:01
Say that a judge wants to play "god" in the courtroom, and totally ignore the rule of law. Can you or I file a lien upon his bond in order to force him into complying with the law ? (ie the issue he is neglecting in his court)
Must there be a legal cause of action ,or a judgment given against him in order to file that lien upon his bond?
THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO --WELL, EVERYONE---!!!
If indeed a person can file a lien against a judge for his total ignoring of say a law, or his railroading of a case that is against the color of the law, etc. Then indeed we the people have a way to fight back against many or all of these corrupt judges!
If I do understand this correctly, (the lien process against a bond) The judge, policeman etc cannot work in their job if they cant get bonded. (a bond is like an personal insurance policy upon a public servant)Thus they may immediately start acting more appropriately if they knew their bond was under attack. (as in reversing their decision in a case etc)