PPH reports “Court system cash strapped, says chief justice.” Maine Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Leigh Saufley’s Tuesday (1-19-11) meeting with members of the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee provided an overview of Maine’s court system. “We are doing very well given the limited budget that we have at this point,” Saufley said. “But we are struggling, there’s no question about that.” “Forty-one clerks’ offices have been reduced to 26, two courthouses have recently been closed, four more have been consolidated into two, with more consolidations scheduled in the next three years, Saufley said.”

The NH Concord Monitor reports  “NH chief justice proposes new mega-court.” “New Hampshire court officials said Wednesday that combining three courts into one will better serve the public while saving $37 million over 10 years.”

“The plan to combine the state’s probate, family and district courts into a new Circuit Court was the centerpiece of a report submitted to the state Supreme Court by the Judicial Innovation Commission. The group, which included judicial branch workers, lawmakers and businesspeople, was appointed in March to analyze how to cut costs and streamline court operations at time when courts face both growing demand for services and shrinking funding. Under the plan, the state’s 78 courts in 40 locations would remain open, but management and staff would be shared. In 2009, Gov. John Lynch proposed closing some courts and consolidating others to save money but the Legislature rejected the idea.”

Are the courts really “cash strapped?”  The months of research on the evidence below are serious points to ponder:

Court docket numbers are assigned a CUSIP number, securitized and traded for profit. “Each case has its own account! And the clerk is the “custodian of the account!” Gives new meaning to the phrase “the business of the court!”

The Court Registry Investment System (CRIS) is a cash management system used by the Judiciary. (see p. 41) The CRIS report shows how the courts invest and financially benefit from court cases. (This is a large file. It may take up to 5 minutes to download but it is totally worth the wait.)

CUSIP stands for Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures. A CUSIP number identifies most securities, including: stocks of all registered U.S. and Canadian companies, and U.S. government and municipal bonds. The CUSIP system—owned by the American Bankers Association and operated by Standard & Poor’s—facilitates the clearing and settlement process of securities.

The number consists of nine characters (including letters and numbers) that uniquely identify a company or issuer and the type of security. A similar system is used to identify foreign securities (CUSIP International Numbering System).

Court cases are issued a CUSIP number. To find the CUSIP No. and Bonds by the CUSIP No. Click here.

US District Court Local Rules   

 67.2 Deposit of Registry Funds Into Interest-Bearing Account

Connect the dots.

Securitization is illegal

Beware Metro And Regional Government!

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Do we have more than just a conflict of interest here? Are the courts “crying wolf?”

I attended a hearing in Bath, Maine awhile back. Most cases involved traffic violations. The accused were hurdled in like cattle. From 9:00 a.m. to noontime, approximately $30,000 in fines were agreed upon by the victims. The same line was spoken by the judge “how much can you pay today?” This is only ONE court in Maine. Where does this money go? Is it not time for an audit of the Maine courts?

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  1. Hi!

    Courts? There aren’t constitutional courts operating in Maine. None of the so-called judges possess a “commission” which creates the constitutional office and is under seal.

    According to the Constitution of the State of Maine, all civil and criminal cases must be by a trial by jury (not jury trial – a play on words). District so-called courts do not have trial by jury. Why is that?

    Additionally, the so-called courts in Maine receive “federal” funding. Maine is supposed to be a free and independent state so how can its “courts” accept federal funding? It can’t unless they are courts of something else such as “commercial” courts perhaps.

    The so-called courts belong to the insiders, and they are designed for you to lose and most do.

    Thank you!


  2. Australia has been saddled with the same “corporatized” court system you have, a system that essentially ignores Constitutional law and enforces the statutes of corporate government. Government in the west has been corporatized and shifted from its proper Constitutional foundation. This process has been going on in Australia since about the 1920s (as in the US) but was given its biggest push under the Fabian Socialist prime minister Gough Whitlam in the early 1970s who set in place a shell government under the unlawful title Her Majesty Queen of Australia.

  3. Hi!

    Recently, I have received two (2) “certificates” from two (2) fake judges here in Maine.

    I asked in several Freedom of Access requests Title 1, Chap. 13, Section 408 for their commissions and not “certificates,” and so far both are in violation of this statute.

    All constitutional judges MUST be commissioned, and it is ONLY those so named in their commissions that can enter the public judicial office and no one else.

    A “certificate” does not rise to the level of a commission since a commission is a “letters patent” and a “certificate” is not.

    Passing along their “certificates” as a commission is passing along a fraudulent document.

    This is outright fraud, and they ought to go straight to jail.

    I have yet to receive their commissions but I am still trying to get them.

    Another Freedom of Access request goes out next week.

    Lise from Maine

  4. What a bunch of scammers, your money laundering, racketeering and fraud is soon coming to an end. Your time for buying, selling and trading people on the stock exchange via the Birth Certificate is coming to an end. What are you going to do when you have no money? You won’t know how to live! It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God. You better start thinking about your doing. I am talking to the court system. Your greed has taken you over!


    Correction to the sentence “You better start thinking about your doing.” is suppose to read You better start thinking about what your doing.

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