HOAs and the integrity of the AZ Superior Court

In view of Arizona Judge McMurdie’s March 4 Minute Entry , I firmly believe

To allow this decision to stand would be a travesty of justice.  The information provided in the letter, and contained in my Answer, go without  a response from the plaintiff and their CAI attorneys, and without a hearing as to their merits.  I believe I am, and the people are, entitled to a day in court.

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Published in: on March 14, 2009 at 1:12 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. […] However, I am skeptical of the proposed solution to the problems of local government by means of an activist judiciary to enforce justice and the equal application of the laws. The decisions and events related to the Maricopa Superior Court in Arizona that raise serious questions of the integrity of the court, as described in prior Commentaries on this website, do not engender warm-hearted support that the judiciary will not be influenced by current public policy and politics. (See HOAs and the integrity of the AZ Superior Court). […]


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