National Forum On Judicial Accountability
As 2018 marches towards its close, the time has surely come for our iconic bald eagle to fix its sights on America's third branch of government, the judiciary. Be it resolved that NFOJA, the National Forum On Judicial Accountability, is accordingly a society of good government advocates whose observations of and discourse on America's judiciary, significantly parallel the engagement of most U.S. voters on affairs of our country's executive and legislative branches of government.
So, are we simply to rant about U.S. lawyers, judges, and our discontent with specific case outcomes? No, not simply that . . . which is no slight on venting. But NFOJA devolving to primarily an outlet for frustration-and-hardship-induced ranting, belies a fair and impartial administration of justice in America. Being denied and/or a supporter of others denied justice is not the beginning and end of what makes NFOJA members kindred spirits.
While NFOJA is a longer-term U.S. judicial system reform initiative, the effort is also committed to helping its members and other allies accomplish prompt, meaningful, case-focused relief. Of course, that truth is most apparent, and perhaps only apparent to advocates keen on identifying and resolving obstacles to achieving the referenced relief on a grassroots basis. Others may look to NFOJA and/or similar groups for assistance without much if any regard for those daunting, but surmountable obstacles. Alas, such is a formula for dashed-hopes.
Towards the end of identifying and resolving obstacles to prompt, meaningful relief for those enduring entrenched U.S. legal system abuse, NFOJA promotes accurate and balanced considerations of America's legal system, its proper operation, malfunctions, dysfunctions, and corruption. It does so through four (4) official platforms:
If you are a NFOJA member enduring persecution through persistent U.S. legal system abuse, wouldn't it make sense to spend a significant amount of time each week communicating via NFOJA's Ning platform with like-minded reform advocates who live in your state, city, and/or county?
We ask if you are concerned enough about America's judiciary to visit a NFOJA online portal at least twice a week to read about and/or comment on relevant developments?
Are you concerned enough about America's judiciary to listen to a weekly internet radio broadcast hosted by NFOJA or one of its sister organizations? If yes, kindly CLICK HERE to let us know.
Are you concerned enough about America's judiciary to look at a weekly television broadcast hosted by NFOJA and/or one of its sister organizations? If yes, kindly CLICK HERE to let us know.
Are you concerned enough about America's judiciary to host or otherwise participate in a Community Forum On Judicial Accountability? If yes, kindly CLICK HERE to let us know.
See you online or at the next CFOJA!
The various NFOJA groups are comprehensive in focusing on public awareness, supporters, developments, and meetings.
Communicating on various levels: here local, county, and state is relevant and more effective than any one of these in isolation. Many system wide problems need efforts and resolution on various levels as system imposed abuse on any one level rarely exists in isolation and often is supported or overseen on other levels.
William, it looks like you need to team with our members and allies addressing Probate Court and/or Adult Guardianship abuse. We'll keep you updated on related efforts.