Words from the Rising Republics
April 25, 2017
Below is the CODE
The Uniform Bonding Code - (UBC)
5.2 -- Bonding of District Attorneys
A city, county, state or federal district attorney (including a U.S. district attorney called a "U.S. Attorney') shall lose his bonding and shall not be bonded:
1. if he refuses to properly identify himself to the citizen when asked to do so, including giving the citizen the name and address (or telephone number) of his bonding company and his bond policy number (bond number),
2. if he fails or refuses to receive, for filing, a criminal complaint from a citizen against a citizen or an official,
3. if he refused to mark or stamp the citizen's confirmed (compare with original) copy of the citizen's complaint with any of the following
B. name of receiving office
E. signature or initial of receiving clerk or official, so that the citizen can have an official receipt for delivery of his complaint;
4. if he fails or refuses to make a reasonably diligent effort to process the citizen's complaint (42 USC 1986),
5. if he fails or refuses to see to it that the citizen's complaint is placed in the right hands for processing and/or answering, (return)
6. if he does not make every effort to make sure that the complaining party knows of the status or location of the complaint in the legal system, and does not give the complainant written notice of the same when it is possible.
5.3 - The Bonding of Prosecuting Attorneys
A prosecuting attorney shall lose his bonding, shall not be bonded, and shall be deemed unbondable:
1. if he refuses to prosecute a complaint when it is possible to do so, regardless of whom the complaint is against,
2. if he resorts to "selective prosecution," i.e., any excuse of immunity for an official in order to protect a malfeasant official from prosecution,
3. if he resorts to "selective prosecution,"i.e., false or malicious prosecution of a citizen, in order to punish or destroy a citizen for attempting to have a malfeasant official prosecuted.
5.4 - Bonding of Judges
A judge shall lose his bonding, shall not be bonded, and shall be deemed unbondable:
1. if he fails to protect the U.S, national constitutionally guaranteed remedies of due process and the equal protection of the laws of any citizen appearing in his court of law, or of any citizen appearing in any court of the county in which he works whose case may come to his attention by any means.
5.5 - Bonding of Attorneys
A lawyer or an attorney shall lose his bonding, shall not be bonded, and shall be deemed unbondable,:
if he fails to protect the remedies of due process and the equal protection of the law of either his client or of the adverse party in an action. In an adversary system of law, each lawyer or attorney shall protect the representation of fact not only for their own party, but shall protect the legal process for both parties without, exception.