Judicial Reform

Article One: Judiciary Obligation and Reformations

I. “Board of Incorrigibility Determination” – In cooperation with new laws as necessary, every County, Regional, State, and Federal Judicial Court must mandate and implement the immediate formation of a “Board of Incorrigibility Determination” as follows:

a. Purpose: The exact and direct purpose of each Board of Incorrigibility Determination shall be to identify each and every individual who is incorrigible and will be entirely resistant to remedial, “alternative”, or corrective programs. Further, each Board of Incorrigibility Determination shall recommend alternatives outside of – or as opposed to – incarceration, as deemed appropriate in order to “rescue those that can be helped” from becoming incorrigible.
b. Postulate 1: Every person that is arraigned for a felony crime must be assessed by and through a “prescribed and determinate set of guidelines to determine factors of incorrigibility and the projected likelihood of corrective and rehabilitative influence” on that person.
c. Postulate 2: The effectiveness of all judicial and corrective action rests in the determination of incorrigibility. It is therefore the outright responsibility of the Judiciary to determine to the very best and highest of standards, the best available methods and processes for determining the point at which an individual can no longer be susceptible to corrective, rehabilitative, and otherwise beneficial programs designed to “correct” and be returned to lawful behaviors, and must therefore be subject to strict and absolute judicial and penal resolution.
d. Postulate 3: The “prescribed set of guidelines to determine factors of incorrigibility and the projected likelihood of remedial and rehabilitative influence” must be standardized and utilized in the same manner and execution in all Judicial institutions and locations. These standardized and prescribed guidelines are to be constructed, devised, and produced in cooperation with medical, mental health/behavioral, and judicial experts in order to set forth the highest standards of incorrigibility determination processes.
e. Assembly of the Board: Each Board of Incorrigibility Determination shall consist of a panel of “experts” on a screened, “compulsory” and rotational basis, consisting of seven (7) to twelve (12) members that shall serve for a temporary length of time, as determined within the prescribed, established guidelines.
f. Recommendations and Mandates: Each Board of Incorrigibility Determination shall make Recommendations and Mandates to the Prosecution, Defense, Judge and Jury regarding findings on each case prior to the trial phase. Such written and standardized Recommendations and Mandates shall include application of new and existing laws, corrective programs, and sentencing alternatives as deemed appropriate, up to and including prosecution to the full extent of the law.
g. Oversight and Appellate Process: As set forth within the prescribed and established guidelines, each Board of Incorrigibility Determination shall be subject to oversight and appeal of all Board Members and Board determinations within set boundaries to be expedited within a “speedy” timeframe.
h. Compensation: Each member of the Board of Incorrigibility Determination shall receive monetary remuneration in the form of governmental, judicial payroll on an equal and determinate basis and period. Regulatory measures shall be taken as deemed appropriate by the legislative.

II. Judicial Appellate and Remedial Reform – Every County, Regional, State and Federal Judicial Court must mandate and implement reformation of appellate rights and rights to access the processes of court remedies as follows:

a. Predators: All persons that are determined by the Board of Incorrigibility Determination to be “Predatory” and that have been convicted to two (2) or more felony crimes of a sexual and heinous nature on separate dates or occurrences shall forfeit any and all rights to court remedies, or the right to any and all appellate actions, and shall be subject to the fullest extent of prosecution permitted by law.
b. Incorrigible: All persons that are determined by the Board of Incorrigibility Determination to be “incorrigible” and who are convicted of two (2) or more First Degree Felony Crimes of Violence on separate dates or occurrences shall forfeit any and all rights to court remedies or the right to any and all appellate actions and shall be subject to the fullest extent of prosecution permitted by law.
c. Forfeiture of Rights: Persons that meet the criteria as defined in “a” or “b” (above) shall forfeit the right to retain an attorney, or legal representation on their behalf, or petition the court in any capacity that relates directly to any and all current or previous conviction(s).
d. Capital Crime: All persons convicted of a Capital Criminal Offense that have a previous Capital Criminal Offense conviction shall forfeit the right to retain an attorney or legal representation on their behalf or petition the court in any capacity that relates directly to any and all current or previous conviction(s).