Senate Resolution to Dismiss Articles of Impeachment Predicted at Leon Koziol.Com

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We delivered our report requesting a federal investigation of Title IV-D funding abuses in family courts to the Senate Judiciary Committee pictured here. I personally delivered and discussed that report with current Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham. Unfortunately the politics of the 2016 election have prevented our elected leaders from addressing crucial domestic issues of our day.

 

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Last month, I outlined an “epic” maneuver available to President Donald Trump and the Senate to adopt a resolution dismissing Articles of Impeachment being withheld by House Leader Nancy Pelosi.

At the time, White House lawyers were focused on the delay issue when they should have been focused on her conditions for the conduct of any Senate trial. Such conditions were clearly beyond her powers under the Constitution once the impeachment process in the House was concluded.

On Monday of this week (January 6, 2020), the Washington Times reported that Senate Leader Mitch McConnell was co-sponsoring a resolution to do as I predicted. It will dismiss the Articles for Lack of Prosecution.

Although, as pointed out, timeliness was not as important as the usurpation of power, the resolution should be approved even if Pelosi relents and submits the Articles belatedly. Again this is because she has already sabotaged a legitimate impeachment process.

In a later article in the Washington Post (Opinion), it was urged that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court or the court as a whole might weigh in on the proposed resolution. But the Constitution makes clear that its only role in the impeachment process is to “preside.” It has no authority to act as an appeals court as well.

That would raise more problematic issues of appellate bias given the participation of its chief justice at the trial level. Nowhere in the Constitution does it authorize the Chief Justice or the Supreme Court to interfere with the Senate’s exclusive authority to vote on any removal of the president.

The decision in Marbury v Madison, 5 US 137 (1803) regarding Supreme Court interpretation of the Constitution is unavailing because the operative provision here is a direct prohibition on any decisional substitution. Yes folks, this is getting real interesting. Stayed tunes to see if it does not all go as I am predicting again today.

Supreme Court interference also raises the bias issues I presented in a motion for disqualification of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in August, 2016. It was accepted but never ruled upon, see the on-line docket record at  Koziol v United States District Court, 15-1519 (2016). It was based on Ginsburg’s news conferences from chambers condemning Donald Trump as a private citizen and candidate prior to his election as president.

I discussed the motion with Trump’s attorney at the time, Michael Cohen. Prior to the election, he asked me to keep him informed. After the election he informed me that he had no time for my case. Now in prison, Mike has lots of free time.

I filed the motion to preserve my right to impartiality in a case then being considered by the Supreme Court. It involved pro-Trump website postings that were impaired by a family court gag order removed after I challenged it in New York Supreme Court.

How ironic, as predicted then, that her extra-judicial conduct, condemned even by the liberal media, might come back to haunt her in what may be the most publicized vote during her long tenure on the bench. At the very least, it can be seen how the impeachment weapon exploited by Pelosi has led to all kinds of ominous repercussions to the people being served.

Trump’s acts of war in the Middle East were likely intended to distract from this impeachment process much like Nixon and Bill Clinton tried to do. It might now lead America from peace time not seen in a long while to full scale war on a potentially global scale. Yes, it’s real scary politics my friends, and regardless of your views or sides, the divisiveness must stop lest we all regret our apathy when it’s too late.

LET THE EXPERTS FIND YOU THE RIGHT LAWYER at www.leonkoziol.com

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By Dr. Leon Koziol

Judicial Reform Advocate

After twenty years of litigation experience in federal and state courts, and twelve years exposing corruption, I continue to receive shocking stories of moms, dads and entire families victimized by lawyer abuses, ethical misconduct and legal malpractice. I won a number of attorney malpractice cases including one involving a divorce lawyer who later became a family court judge.

Unfortunately there are too many lawyers abusing litigants these days who receive the protection of attorney grievance committees and bar associations. Vintage culprits include those who grab your retainer monies at the outset and then neglect your crucial matters due to an overflow of clients they are unable to service adequately and competently.

The greed for money over ethical duty has created a “turn ’em and burn ’em” epidemic, law offices filled with predators masquerading as concerned professionals. You would never know that until it is too late. The majority of victims who contact me for justice and accountability have been through multiple lawyers until bankruptcy leaves them unrepresented against a hostile court (lawyers on the bench).

The number of victims and magnitude of harm overwhelm me time and again. This is why I founded a confidential consulting group that is now offering attorney search services to lessen the risk of you becoming another victim. Nothing is guaranteed, but we can certainly monitor an attorney that we have evaluated and referred. Then you are not alone should that attorney fail you (sort of an insurance policy).

The standard way of searching for lawyers on the net or phone books is over. You need an advocate unafraid of the system and one who has proven to be resistant to retaliation or pressure, one who knows how to expose those who harm parents. We have confidential lawyers, marketing experts and even a forensic psychologist for the sophisticated search process you need and deserve.

Our rates depend on the complexity of assignment but they are surprisingly affordable according to those who have already hired us. The right attorney can save you tens of thousands of dollars in needless lawyer and forensic (evaluation) fees. Any lawyer who fails our (referral) clients may face postings, videos and public reports depicting his or her misconduct. Our website verifies how serious we are about lawyer abuses.

If you would like to explore this valuable service, call us at (315) 796-4000. Let the experts find the right attorney for you in your area. All calls are confidential and our retainers are tailored to your budget and conditions. You can also e-mail directly at leonkoziol@gmail.com.

IMPORTANT:  share this post and prevent those you love from becoming future victims.

Parenting Rights Institute Offers Valuable Attorney Searches in Family Matters

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After Dr. Leon Koziol, the father of two young girls, filed a motion for removal of Family Judge Bryan Hedges from his child custody case, lawyers appointed for the children and retained by the mother chastised Koziol in open court for daring to challenge a judge whose reputation was “beyond reproach.” Only months later, that same judge resigned from the bench after admitting to sexual abuse of his handicapped 5-year old niece. To prevent future judge appointments, Hedges was permanently removed by the state’s high court in 2013, see In re “the Honorable” Bryan R. Hedges, 20 NY3d 677. On September 25, 2018, the administrator and counsel for the judicial commission which prosecuted this case published an editorial in the Washington Post featuring Hedges as an example of decades-old misconduct which can be used against sitting judges. It was directed to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. But Hedges was never prosecuted criminally unlike Roman Catholic priests. Imagine your nine and ten year old girls going into pedophile chambers without their parents for interrogation purposes? The adult victim in the Hedges case called Dr. Koziol after finding this site, http://www.leonkoziol.com, to thank him for his judicial whistle blower sacrifices.

 

 

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

After twenty years of litigation experience in federal and state courts, and twelve years exposing corruption, I continue to receive shocking stories of moms, dads and entire families victimized by lawyer abuses, ethical misconduct and legal malpractice. I won a number of attorney malpractice cases including one involving a divorce lawyer who later became a family court judge.

Unfortunately there are too many lawyers abusing family court candidates and litigants these days who receive the protection of attorney grievance committees and bar associations. Vintage culprits include those who grab your retainer monies at the outset and then neglect your crucial matters due to an overflow of clients they are unable to service adequately and competently.

The greed for money over ethical duty has created a “turn ’em and burn ’em” epidemic, law offices filled with predators masquerading as concerned professionals. You would never know that until it is too late. The majority of victims who contact me for justice and accountability have been through multiple lawyers until bankruptcy leaves them unrepresented against a hostile court (lawyers on the bench).

The number of victims and magnitude of harm overwhelm me time and again. This is why the Parenting Rights Institute which I founded in 2010 is now offering attorney search services to lessen the risk of you becoming another victim. Nothing is guaranteed of course as we can never detect a sociopath, but we can certainly monitor an attorney that we have evaluated and referred. Then you are not alone should that attorney fail you (sort of an insurance policy).

The standard way of searching for lawyers on the net or phone books is over. You need an advocate unafraid of the system and one who has proven to be resistant to retaliation or pressure, one who knows how to expose those who harm parents. We have confidential lawyers, marketing experts and even a forensic psychologist for the sophisticated search process you need and deserve.

Our rates depend on the complexity of assignment but they are surprisingly affordable according to those who have already hired us. The right attorney can save you tens of thousands of dollars in needless lawyer and forensic (evaluation) fees. Any lawyer who fails our referral clients may face postings, videos, reports and publicity which depict his or her misconduct. A review of our website verifies how serious we are about protecting unsuspecting parents from lawyer abuses.

If you would like to explore this valuable service, call our office at (315) 380-3420, or Leon Koziol directly at (315) 796-4000. Let the experts find the right attorney for you in your area. All calls are confidential and our retainers are tailored to your budget and conditions. You can also e-mail directly at leonkoziol@gmail.com.

IMPORTANT:  For the sake of all parents, children and families, share this post and prevent those you love from becoming future victims.

Cheer up a court victim with POETIC JUSTICE, “exposing” a naughty judge!

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By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

For over twenty years I have been exposing judicial misconduct. From my pedophile custody judge to drunks in robes that would make anyone cringe, the number of judges sent to prison for bribes and abuses of public office have reached epic levels.

So when I tell you about my first hand experiences in chambers (behind closed doors) with judges and lawyers ridiculing their own litigants and clients, putting pressure on them to advance their personal interests, it should not surprise you.

Nor should it surprise you that I am exercising my First Amendment rights to expose that corruption through humor and satire with a short post entitled, POETIC JUSTICE. Share it with your friends. Offer it at a gathering of reformists, a meeting among colleagues, maybe even a bar association dinner.

A personal friend and president of our local bar was also a singer and actor.  He dropped dead on a court room floor at age 46. So the next time you think that the practice of law is a walk in the park, think again. We could all use a bit of humor to “lighten” things up.

One follower asks “why satire” on court corruption, to which I replied, “why not?” Why should we victims be limited to anger, depression and revenge? That’s no way to live.  Besides, there are entire talk shows that have been turned into comedy hours. Saturday Night Live has taken humor to new levels of disgust.

These days, our “prominent” leaders have joined the comedy and acting guild despite their utter lack of talent. Anything for a vote or donation. There’s Congressman Adam Schiff who made a parody of Donald Trump’s phone conversation with Ukraine, injecting false segments to deceive the public.

Yeah, if they can do it, why not we victims of their corruption? So here we go with “POETIC JUSTICE.”

‘Twas the month after Christmas when all through the house,

A couple was stirring, their schedules to douse.

She was a judge coming out of the shower,

He a divorce lawyer, late in the hour.

All proud of herself with expectations at their door,

Fed Ex was delivering a judge promotion to adore.

When what to her surprise came a sudden clamor,

A knocking so loud, it could silence a hammer.

No time to waste with a towel on her waist,

She rushed to that door with all due haste.

Opening herself to the morning sun,

There stood a man, he wasn’t the one.

It was Leon, that neighbor,

Seeing him was worse than labor.

What do you want, go home, don’t linger,

As she raised her middle finger.

Not very honorable, Judge Bertha Skank,

No bribes today to break your bank?

I’m busy bum, go back to your slum,

A promotion is coming, I’m not so dumb.

I have an offer, if you please,

And it’s a thousand-dollar tease,

If you would drop that towel below your knees.

She paused for the cause with greedy eyes,

A walk in the park for a very big prize.

So down it went, no shame ever meant.

All naked she stood, a scene well sent.

Thank you, your honor, a photo for tonight,

For the followers, you see, on my web site.

And here’s the thousand to make it right.

Slamming the door, she cursed the man,

With cash in hand, upstairs she ran.

She grabbed her robe, getting ready for work,

When out from the shower came that dweeby jerk.

Who was at the door my dear?

A commotion caught my ear.

It was our neighbor asking for a favor,

But I sent him his way, it was all okay.

No honey, not okay, I loaned him a thousand last May,

He said he would pay me back today.

Happy New Year to All.

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“POETIC” JUSTICE, ENJOY THE HUMOR

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By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

‘Twas the month after Christmas when all through the house,

A couple was stirring, their schedules to douse.

She was a judge coming out of the shower,

He a divorce lawyer, late in the hour.

All proud of herself with expectations at their door,

Fed Ex was delivering a judge promotion to adore.

When what to her surprise came a sudden clamor,

A knocking so loud, it could silence a hammer.

No time to waste with a towel on her waist,

She rushed to that door with all due haste.

Opening herself to the morning sun,

There stood a man, he wasn’t the one.

It was Leon, that neighbor,

Seeing him was worse than labor.

What do you want, go home, don’t linger,

As she raised her middle finger.

Not very honorable, Judge Bertha Skank,

No bribes today to break your bank?

I’m busy bum, go back to your slum,

A promotion is coming, I’m not so dumb.

I have an offer, if you please,

And it’s a thousand-dollar tease,

If you would drop that towel below your knees.

She paused for the cause with greedy eyes,

A walk in the park for a very big prize.

So down it went, no shame ever meant.

All naked she stood, a scene well sent.

Thank you, your honor, a photo for tonight,

For the followers, you see, on my web site.

And here’s the thousand to make it right.

Slamming the door, she cursed the man,

With cash in hand, upstairs she ran.

She grabbed her robe, getting ready for work,

When out from the shower came that dweeby jerk.

Who was at the door my dear?

A commotion caught my ear.

It was our neighbor asking for a favor,

But I sent him his way, it was all okay.

No honey, not okay, I loaned him a thousand last May,

He said he would pay me back today.

Happy New Year to All.

 

If You’re a Woman Judge, Don’t Drop the Towel! A Satire on Court Corruption

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By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

‘Twas the month after Christmas when all through the house,

A couple was stirring, their schedules to douse.

She was a judge coming out of the shower,

He a divorce lawyer, late in the hour.

All proud of herself with expectations at their door,

Fed Ex was delivering a judge promotion to adore.

When what to her surprise came a sudden clamor,

A knocking so loud, it could silence a hammer.

No time to waste with a towel on her waist,

She rushed to that door with all due haste.

Opening herself to the morning sun,

There stood a man, he wasn’t the one.

It was Leon, that neighbor,

Seeing him was worse than labor.

What do you want, go home, don’t linger,

As she raised her middle finger.

Not very honorable, Judge Bertha Skank,

No bribes today to break your bank?

I’m busy bum, go back to your slum,

A promotion is coming, I’m not so dumb.

I have an offer, if you please,

And it’s a thousand-dollar tease,

If you would drop that towel below your knees.

She paused for the cause with greedy eyes,

A walk in the park for a very big prize.

So down it went, no shame ever meant.

All naked she stood, a scene well sent.

Thank you, your honor, a photo for tonight,

For the followers, you see, on my web site.

And here’s the thousand to make it right.

Slamming the door, she cursed the man,

With cash in hand, upstairs she ran.

She grabbed her robe, getting ready for work,

When out from the shower came that dweeby jerk.

Who was at the door my dear?

A commotion caught my ear.

It was our neighbor asking for a favor,

But I sent him his way, it was all okay.

No honey, not okay, I loaned him a thousand last May,

He said he would pay me back today.

Happy New Year to All.

 

 

 

 

EMPOWER AMERICA’S PARENTS IN 2020: JOIN OUR NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS

 TIMES SQUARE: NEW YEAR’S EVE 2020

 

By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Office: (315) 380-3420

Well I got another one added to my bucket list: I joined a million fellow revelers at Times Square on New Year’s Eve. It took me many years to take this risk after 9-11, especially after publishing a novel about nuclear terrorism at Times Square. But it was worth the risk.

What an experience! The greatest credit for this phenomenal display of human celebration goes out not to the movie stars, singers, politicians or even the attendees. It goes out to the NYPD and all those in law enforcement who made this safe and possible.

If only we could get these heroes out of their uniforms and into the robes of America’s family courts, the chaos which prevails there would be cleared up overnight. The ones in blue were stern where they had to be, polite when they could be, and even humorous to make the event extra special.

I saw them posing with children for photos, maintaining integrity so as to assure the importance of their duties, and managing to get a million people in and out of a small area within a matter of hours without major incident.

Only ninety minutes past midnight I could sleep soundly in my hotel room above Broadway with the gates and crowds long gone. I had never seen this great thoroughfare so desolate in so short a time. It was possible that a tumble weed might roll down from Central Park to entertain me further. Now where on earth can anyone or any government claim such a feat?

So now we’re on to our New Year’s resolutions and I would like to offer a few here. Feel free to add your own. There are countless that I have missed.

First, let us reunite American parents with American children as our top government priority in 2020.

Stop criminalizing parenthood and start criminalizing parental alienation!

Impeach Congress by voting the bums out of office this November.

If members of Congress have a political agenda that takes precedence over domestic suicides, court corruption and needless carnage (for profit), pay for it with your own money and not our taxes.

To each branch of government, none of you is superior, we are not your victims, and you are our public servants. Act accordingly.

Let us demand investigations of our family courts so that corrupt judges can be committed to debtor prisons and get a taste of the cruelty they inflict upon the people they were sworn to serve.

Forgive if you can, forget if you must, but above all, savor your moments on earth. (original).