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Justice is Blind

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A community not run by the Government that gives you access to information of a  free and fair Judicial System as guaranteed by the United States Constitution and your State Constitution.

JudicialPedia’s goals are to bring together the American People, taking Social Hierarchy out of the picture.  Discrimination is no longer just Color, Religion, or Sex – it is your Wealth and Place in Society  (Government, Elected Officials & Judiciary).  Today’s hierarchy is defined as different degrees of power and authority by persons who believe they are above the law as in Government – Elected Officials – Judiciary which when misused by these persons who make the laws, for those that believe they are above the law, so they do not have to follow the same Laws.

Justice through Transparency

The Judicial Community has created smoke and mirrors of Immunity that they have tried to force on the American people, to believe that they are above the law and cannot be held responsible for their actions in the courtroom.  This is untrue.  That the immunity is lost for actions that are for personal gain, that are willful acts that are and were malicious, violent, oppressive, fraudulent, wanton, and grossly reckless.  That Discrimination is color blind and there is discrimination for social, economic, and hierarch that exists in the Judicial Community to protect their own.

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The Goals of Judicialpedia

It has become self-evident that the Judiciary, Governmental, and Elected Officials have proven they cannot police themselves: Our goal is to ensure that the American people are given Justice Evenly and Fairly without prejudice. The end result will bring us back to justice and take care of the waste of tax dollars and the many who are falsely imprisoned.

To protect the independent rule of law; the availability and access of and to remedies for all, without fear or favor: common law protection of civil liberties. To prevent constitutional dissimulation via conflicts in rulings that are against their Oath of Office and or the Laws of the Supreme Court. To prevent judges from overreaching themselves, even by the standards of the day, through using absurd determination and manipulation to prevent friends and or colleagues from being held accountable for their criminal acts.

That JudicialPedia is not affiliated with Republican, Democrat, Liberal, Conservative, et al. We are not here to judge any part of any person and how they choose to live their life, nor their belief systems. We welcome all individuals or groups as members. We are simply here to enforce accountability of the Judicial, Governmental, and Elected Officials and to disclose and expose to the Public those that do not abide by their Oath of Office and support the enforcement of the individual’s Constitutional rights.

Shocking Facts about the Judicial System

  • Statistics show 1 out of 3 Americans have criminal records.
  • America has the largest prison population in the World.
  • It is estimated that over 10,000 innocent Americans yearly if not more are jailed.
  • Over 2.2 million people are currently in U.S. jails or prisons – more than the entire population of New Mexico, and the highest population in the world.
  • The U.S. also has the highest prison rate in the world at about 724 people per 100,000.  (*Excludes countries that cannot be  verified, e.g., North Korea)
  • Half of the world’s prison population of approximately 9 million people is held in the U.S., Russia, or China.
  • Over 2.7 million children in the U.S. have a parent behind bars.
  • There are over 5,000 jails and prisons in the U.S.
  • There are more jails than colleges in the U.S.
  • In many parts of the country, there are more people in jail than living on college campuses.
  • The U.S. prison population has more than quadrupled since the early 1980s: when mandatory minimum sentencing laws for drugs when into effect.
  • Severe prison overcrowding means violent criminals are being released early to make room for non-violent drug offenders required to serve minimum sentences, regardless of what a judge says.
  • About half of the inmates in federal prisons are serving time for non-violent drug offenses.
  • Federal law currently requires a mandatory minimum sentence of five years for a first-time, non-violent drug offense.
  • Approximately 60 percent of federal drug offenders are subject to mandatory minimum sentences.
  • The average annual cost to incarcerate one inmate in federal prison is about $29,000.
  • Incarceration costs taxpayers almost $70 billion annually.
  • State spending on corrections has grown about 300 percent in just the past 20 years.   
  • The Smarter Sentencing Act would save taxpayers nearly $24 billion over the next 20 years.