get to Dismiss for failure to attend a Civil Jury Trial Calendar. This Court’s actionsresult in
Civil and Constitutional Rights violations under Color of Law
I.CIVIL AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
Mr. Stegeman is 100% disabled, thereby a protected class of person, seeattached
This Court has continually violated state and federalstatute, as well as Mr. Stegeman’s Civil and Constitutional Rights as guaranteed by both The State of Georgia and The United States Constitutions.
Barrett et., al., v. Hamby
, (235 Ga. 262) (219 SE2d 399) (1975)Our
provides: "No person shall be deprived of life,liberty, or property, except by due process of law."
Code Ann. 2-103
. Theequivalent of this is also contained in the
also provides: "Legislative acts in violation of this Constitution, or theConstitution of the United States, are void, and the Judiciary shall sodeclare them."
Code Ann. 2-402
.”“Every person in Georgia has a constitutional right of unfettered accessto the courts”
Ga. Constitution 1983, Art. I, Sec. I, Par. I
, (“No personshall be deprived of life, liberty, or property except by due process of law.);
(“No person shall be deprived of the right to prosecute or defend, either in person or by an attorney, that person’s own cause in anyof the courts of this state.”)”
Rice v. Lightmas
, 259 Ga. App. 380, 577S.E.2d (Ga.App. 2003)
The Due Process Clause guarantees the Right of Notice and Right to beheard before an unbiased, impartial tribunal.
In RE: Law Suits of Anthony J. Carter
(two cases).235 Ga. App. 551, 510 S.E.2d 91, 1998. GA.0042498“As stated in paragraph 12 of the Georgia Bill of Rights, a person has a
Order Granting Forma Pauperis recently signed by U. S. District Court Judge William S.Duffey, Jr. in which he addresses that Mr. Stegeman is disabled and “his monthly debts exceedhis Social Security Disability Income” NOTE: Mr. Stegeman, due to lack of assets could notobtain Certified copies of the documents used as Exhibits in this Brief.3