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Monday, September 27, 2010

BREAKING: Petition for a Writ of Mandamus Filed in the Army Court of Criminal Appeals for LTC Terry Lakin.

Via Safeguard Our Constitution; September 27, 2010 @ 2 pm ET - We have now filed our Petition for a Writ of Mandamus in the Army Court of Criminal Appeals, but the trial court is going to proceed with a hearing tomorrow (Tuesday) as scheduled. Stay tuned for more news after the hearing. Source; [This post will be updated once more info is released]

Via Wise Geek; - What Is a Writ Of Mandamus? -

A writ of mandamus is a court order which compels someone to execute a duty which he or she is legally compelled to complete. This type of writ can also be used to order a lower court to complete a duty which is assigned by law. The writ of mandamus is rarely used, because it must be demonstrated that there is no other remedy available and that someone is suffering an injustice as a result of the failure to complete a legally required duty. It can also be very disruptive and for that reason judges are reluctant to grant such writs unless they are truly necessary.

In some cases, the writ of mandamus may order someone to complete a task, while in other cases, it may order that an activity be ceased. For example, if a couple wanted to get married and they were refused a marriage license by the clerk despite the fact that there were no legal barriers to their marriage, they could file for a writ of mandamus to compel the clerk to issue the marriage license. Conversely, someone could file for a writ to ensure that a court will not pursue a case which is outside its jurisdiction.

When a writ of mandamus is imposed on a court, the writ must come from a higher court which has authority over the lower court. In situations where the highest court appears to be neglecting its legal duties or performing tasks which are outside its scope of authority, people may have to resort to other measures to compel the court. The person or court subjected to the writ can also oppose it if it can be argued that the writ of mandamus is not appropriate to the situation.

Writs like this can only be used when there is a clear legal duty which is not being met. A writ of mandamus could not, for example, be used to compel someone to do something which she or he is not obligated to do by law and position. Likewise, if there are over equitable remedies which can be pursued they must be considered before a writ of mandamus will be granted. Source;

Previous reports on LTC Terry Lakin can be found here. Visit the Birther Vault for the long list of evidence and people questioning Obama's eligibility; [].
United States v LTC Terry Lakin - Ruling on Motions(Discovery) ? September 2, 2010
Courts Martial Defense of LTC Terrance Lakin - Researched and Reviewed By The United States Bar Association...
Follow-up to Courts Martial of LTC Terrence Lakin - Unacceptable Consequences - 9/10/2010
Irrefutable Proof that Obama is Not Eligible to be President of the United States, the Facts Don't Lie!

Publicado por Corazon7 @ 11:28
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