Caustionary story of what can and did go wrong in business. Don't count on getting it straighten up in the courts!
By the abuse of judicial discretion, the judge violated my right to a fair and impartial trial.
In order to reach the out -come she wanted , the facts were ignored and she refused to rule on laws that were violated.
Under the disguise of judicial discretion the judge ’s erroneous opinion was nothing less than court assisted business fraud.
When we allow our judges to ignore the facts in evidence and the law to make rulings by opinion, it opens the door for political favor and judicial corruption. When a judge’s opinion defies common sense and the law, one can only wonder what motivated that opinion.
This is a cautionary tale of what can go wrong in business. The best of planning, best of council, the best of corporat documents, the best everything can be to no avail. Why? We have many good laws on the books. However, if commonsense and the appropriate laws atre not applied, all justice in the judicial system is lost. If judges abuse judicial discretion or if inappopriate political intervention occurs, the letter of the law is lost. We become a lawless nation.
This book is writen for the "little people," the common man and woman on the street who start up businesses and assume if somethig goes wrong, the courts will bring justice. There will always be winners and loseers in all cases, but you should be able to assume that the appropriate facts and appropriate laws will prevail.
In this case, a jury trial was denied as the judge said it was a foreclosure issue. She later would say there were "too many issues to deal with." This was not just a foreclosure issue. If it had been, there would have been no law suits and this book would not have been written. There was no justice in the judicial system.