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Quo Warranto Letter to Attorney General Regarding Judge Chylinski (10!15!2010)

Quo Warranto Letter to Attorney General Regarding Judge Chylinski (10!15!2010)

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This is a letter for Quo Warranto Removal Request (which is the first step, in Michigan) for Judge James R. Chylinski.
This is a letter for Quo Warranto Removal Request (which is the first step, in Michigan) for Judge James R. Chylinski.

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Mark Jackson
129 North Lowell RoadWindham, NH 03087(313) 478-8061marcosagostos@gmail.com Mike Cox,
Attorney General
 
c/o Office of the Attorney General 
G. Mennen Williams Building, 7th Floor
525 W. Ottawa St.
P.O. Box 30212
 Lansing, MI 48909(517) 373-1110
RE: QUO WARRANTO ACTION REQUEST
Friday, October 15, 2010Dear Mr. Attorney General,It has come to my attention that Judge James R. Chylinski, who has held office for manyyears in the 3
rd
Judicial Circuit Court, in Detroit, was acting in an official capacity withouthaving the lawful requirements to do so. This pertains to the years of 2000 and 2001. Attachedis a copy of the official response from my request to the Office of the Great Seal, proving myclaim.I know how important it is to you to maintain the integrity of the judiciary and protect itfrom improprieties. This is my official request for Quo Warranto action pursuant to Act 236 of 1961,
 MCL 600.4501
.As I am sure you are aware, many other states have ruled that a judge’s acts are null andvoid, much like
 Marbury v. Madison 1803
, if a valid Oath of Office is not on record and all hisacts are defeated. It is also clear in Michigan Compiled Laws that “no official act” can beperformed until a valid oath is on file.I pray that you, too, see the long standing effects that this might have on the judiciary andtake action.Thank you for your time,Mark Jackson

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