This was a civil case in the judicial courts. There was no conspiracy??!!
A: Your question suggests that you find the entire legal system arrayed against you. To me that means you allege a conspiracy --
otherwise, it would be merely a judgment of a court with which you disagree -- and you would not be so outraged.
My comments were that the case was moving thru the system. It was then due for jury trial. My explanation was THT the Judge who was a close colleague of the defense attys, had exported communica with the defense, still ot co spinach...just that the Judge knew this was Wrongful death case and at the 11th hour dismissed the case on a technicality, unfounded, but this was a civil case set for trial and dismissed. I then explained simply that the on,y option I could do is appeal to the PA Supreme Court.
A: Every word of the above suggests that you are alleging a conspiracy by the judge to dismiss the case due to his/her association with defense counsel. Maybe we define the term, "conspiracy" differently. N.B., it is possible to allege a civil conspiracy in tort
, such as to commit a fraud, or conversion (civil theft). I believed the Judges cannot dismiss a case due to bias, it is a violation of our7th amendment is it not?
A: A judge can dismiss for:
(1) lack of subject-matter jurisdiction;
(2) lack of personal jurisdiction;
(3) improper venue;
(4) insufficient process;
(5) insufficient service of process;
(6) failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted; and
(7) failure to join an indispensable party.
Judicial bias could be the underlying reason for a dismissal under any of the above-stated grounds. I have no way of knowing the asserted reason for the judge's dismissal, without reading the dismissal order and related memoranda.
None of this has anything to do with the 7th Amendment, in my opinion. I asked you to kindly direct me as to who to contact, this is Judicial misconduct in the lower court. where can I go from here???!!!!
A: That would be the Pennsylvania Judicial Misconduct Board.
Comment: I'm trying to help you as best I can. If I misunderstand your questions/comments, it is not for lack of trying, or mental confusion. I'm usually pretty successful helping people, if they give me the opportunity to do so. I hope you will not dismiss me, as you have apparently been dismissed by the court.