New Hampshire!! Impeach, Or Arrest, Judges John Lewis and Marguerite Wageling

Another foreclosure theft and nightmare in Farmington, N.H. Aiding and Abetting this thievery are Strafford County Superior Court judges John Lewis and Marguerite Wageling.

Speak Up! – Host Kevin Avard; Guest Marie Miller

New evidence considered frivolous motion?

Speak Up! – Host Kevin Avard; Guest Marie Miller

Host Kevin Avard speaks to Marie Miller, victim of foreclosure fraud. Courts mishandled evidence in violation of statues, and potentially homeless. He also has Representative Tim Comerford who is Marie’s sponsor to the NH Redress of Grievance committee.

The main piece of evidence in this case is Judge Kenneth Brown’s order, dated June 26, 2009, giving NationStar 21 more days to produce the original documentation. NationStar failed to do so and are in contempt of a court order and in default.

On November 23, 2009, Judge Marguerite Wageling, who replaced Judge Brown in this case, granted Summary Judgment to NationStar with full knowledge of Judge Brown’s order and from which her appeal to the N.H. Supreme Court originated. Appeal was denied.

Motion to Re-open Case.  Marie filed this pending her seeking an attorney per the order of Judge Lewis.

Marie did find an attorney willing to take on this case. He filed a Motion to Re-open the case, Judge Lewis denied.  He filed a Motion for Reconsideration and Marie learned today that Judge Lewis denied.

Thank you Kevin for being there and giving Marie a voice to be heard. When will action be taken in NH to remove corrupt judges? The judges involved are more disgusting than the events surrounding this case. They were appointed to office, they can be removed! The excuse “there’s nothing we can do” is just that…AN EXCUSE!

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  1. Hi!

    Are these New Hampshire judges commissioned judges?

    If not, then how can they be impeached when they are, in fact, nothing more than “mere” employees (administrators only – hearing examiners) possessing no judicial powers whatsoever and do not possess any immunity since they have never been vested with a public office via the commission.


    Marie could do a Freedom of Access request or whatever it is called in New Hampshire and ask the judge in her case if he or she has a commission BUT I warn you, it MUST be done correctly, otherwise, it could land you into trouble.

    Be extra careful!

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

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