Take a Stand Against Lawless County
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California Law states that the lowest court, County Superior Court, MUST or SHALL follow the higher court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court, orders. It is a matter of law.
It is shocking to the public that the Superior Court does not uphold the orders of the Appeal Court and Supreme Court. This creates insecurities in the public view of the government, and the law. If the government does not uphold their own laws, then the public questions why they should. This creates people committing unlawful acts as they do not perceive that there are any consequences to their actions.
When a trial court can go unchecked and ignore the higher court orders, then it allows the judges to act not accordance with the law.
THIS MAKES FOR A LAWLESS COUNTY.
This creates very unsafe situations for law abiding citizens in that county.
Please support this petition that supports upholding the laws.
Superior Court of Contra Costa County unlawfully ordered two children to live with their father in Case No. D09-01592 Nemcik v. Krippendorf. The mother appealed and won the appeal. California Court of Appeal Case A136031 made a final order reversing custody back to the mother. The Superior Court of Contra Costa County refuses to uphold the final order of the higher Court of Appeal. It is the law.
“California law dictates that the effect of such an unqualified reversal is to take the case back as if judgment had never been rendered.”Regents of University of California v. Public Employment Relations Bd., 220 Cal.App.3d 346, 356-57, 269 Cal.Rptr. 563 (1990)
“After final judgment any further judgment, or order materially varying the judgment, is a mere nullity.” White v. White, (1900) 130 Cal. 597, 62 P.1062.
Support mother, Tanya Nemcik, having her children returned to her because it is the law, and the right thing for the children.
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