Maine Judiciary Committee – Confirmation Hearing – William J. Schneider to the Maine District Court

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Tuesday: March 11, 2014
Room 438 of the State House
View schedule HERE.

1:00pm CONFIRMATION HEARING- Honorable Robert E. Mullen to the Maine Superior Court
2:00pm CONFIRMATION HEARING- Honorable Daniel I. Billings to the Maine Superior Court
3:00pm CONFIRMATION HEARING- Honorable William J. Schneider to the Maine District Court

States Gov. LePage “In choosing judges, my focus is on the qualifications, demeanor, and integrity of the candidates, not politics.” William Schneider does not possess the qualifications, integrity, ethics, honesty nor trustworthiness of a judgeship. As former Attorney General, he failed in his duties and obligations as Maine’s top law enforcement officer. His Obstruction of Justice, malicious prosecutions and selective prosecutions have interfered with justice and the rule of law. As he was unable/refused to perform his duties and obligations as Attorney General, his lack of respect for law and justice and his lack of honor in a position of public trust will not enhance public confidence in the legal system with Mr. Schneider on the bench.  Additionally, this is contrary to the precepts upon which the Maine Code of Judicial Conduct is founded.

Mr. Schneider will carry his bias, prejudicial and selective “web of deceit” into the courtroom.

This nomination/confirmation must be opposed.

Related:  Maine Governor LePage Nominates Former AG William Schneider For Judgeship, click here.

Published in: on March 7, 2014 at 1:03 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. One Hundred percent right!

  2. Hi!


    That is a farce.

    There aren’t any genuine, constitutional commissioned judges operating in the “original” state today.

    They are all impostors.

    The “original” state is empty.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  3. Hi!

    Old Mr. Mullen by his own admission ONLY has a “certificate” so, therefore, he is NOT a commissioned judge.

    The constitution says NOTHING about certificates. It speaks about commissions in Article IX, Section 3.

    Old Mr. Mullen is an impostor.

    The Legislature has NO delegation of authority to accept or reject a Governor’s nomination. They “stole” this fake authority when they got rid of the Executive Council in 1976. That is an Executive department function – Article V- Part First – section 8 in the original constitution.

    Article V, section 8 states in part: “He [Governor] shall nominate, and, with the advice and consent of the Council, appoint all judicial officers, the Attorney GeneraI, the Sheriffs, Coroners, Registers of Probate, and
    Notaries Public;……”

    Does it say anything about the Legislature being involved in accepting or rejecting the Governor’s nomination?

    No, it does not.

    Pay attention, folks.

    This is all fraud that is going on today.

    Did the Legislature have the authority to interfere with another distinct department and get rid of the Executive Council?

    No, it did not.

    Furthermore, the Legislature has NO authority to “expand” its own powers.

    My years of research shows over and over and over again that the Legislature has “expanded” its power over the years whereby it is acting as a tyrant and dictator, and the “centralization of power” is coming from the top-down from the state via the Legislature as opposed to the bottom-up power from the people (see Article 1, Section 2 – all power is inherent in the people).

    My upcoming book explains this.

    Thank you!

    Lise from Maine

  4. God BlessYou Lise

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