Saturday, November 11, 2017

While on the topic of Will Law and the constitution

From a friend,

A tentative draft to the Town of Dover, I will complete this draft next week and forward it to the town board members. I still have much to add.


The town of Dover is in a pickle because of the bad legal advice received from its legal counsel. 

Legal Counsel's overly simplistic use of  " it is law; therefore it is legal"  is insufficient legal advice to the Town of Dover,  and I will go as far as to label Ludwig's legal advice as legal negligence.

Since the writing of the U.S. Constitution along with its amendments, the denial/withholding of the right to due process is and always has been contrary to the constitution of the United States.

Keep in mind that practicing attorneys are acting as agents of the court

Any practicing attorney who thru legal practice denies the rights guaranteed by the U.S. constitution to U. S. citizens has violated his/her oath of office and is not worthy to practice law.

I suggest the Town of Dover notify the Ludwig law firms insurance carrier of a possible claim of malpractice.

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