Today I’m gonna try to change the world

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2ACmJPhz3Q

Done what I can to save world ball now in your court

Can common law statutes and tradition be maintained superseded by 1982 Charter Rights guarantee?

We must know what Justice is and then intuitively united go for it!!!

www.JUSTICE13.com

http://www.scribd.com/doc/166420353/Bedlam
8 years fail 4 justice now efforts 2 prevent WW III 0 with WW III
LOL eh?
Please don’t kill the questioner

http://www.scribd.com/doc/166531506/Done-What-I-Can-to-Save-World-Ball-Now-in-Your-Court
Should the People weigh in and if so who will tell them
Should the Chief Justice weigh in
Should the DOJ weigh in
Should the Bar Association weigh in
Should the Law Society weigh in
Should the Federal Attorney General weigh in

9/8/13

John Gerretsen
Ministry of the Attorney General
McMurtry-Scott Building
720 Bay Street, 11th Floor
Toronto, ON
M7A 2S9
attorneygeneral@ontario.ca e-mailed 9/8/13 Copy to Chief Justice registry-greffe@scc-csc.ca

From accused
Frank Gallagher
34 Riverglen Drive
Keswick Ont
L4P 2P8
frankly1@rogers.com

Re: Incident # 12-154994
Reference www.Docket13.Frank13.com
Court appearance 9/9/13

Dear John

I request my trial be postponed until such time my guarantee of justice can be fulfilled

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Law Society Admits
Bar Association Admits
Top Judge Admits

The Attorney General is the chief law officer of the Executive Council. The responsibilities stemming
from this role are unlike those of any other Cabinet member.
The role has been referred to as

"judicial-like" and as the "guardian of the public interest".
One part of the Attorney General's role is that of a Cabinet Minister. In this capacity the Minister is
responsible for representing the interests and perspectives of the Ministry at Cabinet, while
simultaneously representing the interests and perspectives of Cabinet and consequently the Government to
the Ministry and the Ministry's communities of interest.

There are various components of the Attorney General's role. The Attorney General has unique
responsibilities to the Crown, the courts, the Legislature and the executive branch of government. While
there are different emphases and nuances attached to these there is a general theme throughout all the
various aspects of the Attorney General's responsibilities that the office has a
constitutional and traditional responsibility
beyond that of a political minister.

The role of chief law officer might be referred to as the Attorney General's overall responsibility as the
independent legal advisor to the Cabinet - and some have even suggested that the role possibly extends to
the Legislature as well. The importance of the independence of the role is fundamental to the position and
well established
in common law, statutes and tradition.

As chief law officer, the Attorney General has
a special responsibility
to be the guardian of
that most elusive concept
- the rule of law.
The rule of law
is a well established legal principle,
but hard to easily define.
It is the rule of law that protects individuals, and society as a whole,
?
from arbitrary measures and safeguards personal liberties.

Clear separation of powers?
Guardian of the public interest conflict of interest?
Rule of Law legal Certainty?

The Attorney General has
a special role
to play in advising Cabinet
to ensure
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the rule of law
is maintained and that Cabinet actions
are legally and constitutionally valid.
Rule of Law
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_law
The Rule of law in its most basic form is no one is above the law.
Perhaps the most important application of the rule of law is the principle that governmental authority is
legitimately exercised only in accordance with,
publicly disclosed laws,
adopted and enforced in accordance with established procedural steps that are referred to as due process.
The rule of law is hostile to dictatorship and to anarchy.
According to modern Anglo-American thinking, hallmarks of adherence to the rule of law commonly
include
a clear separation of powers,
legal certainty,
the principle of legitimate expectation and equality of all before the law.
The concept is not without controversy, and it has been said that

"the phrase the rule of law has become meaningless thanks to ideological abuse and general
over- use"

GO POE
General Over-use Proclamations Only Elusivity

publicly disclosed laws
52. (1) The Constitution of Canada is the supreme law of Canada,
and any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution
is,
to the extent of the inconsistency,
of no force or effect.
A key component of the Attorney General's responsibilities
to ensure
the administration of justice in the province is the administration of the courts
and
as a result the responsibility for maintaining liaison with the judiciary.

Given the fundamental importance of

the independence of the judiciary,
the responsibility for courts administration is often a very sensitive and delicate issue.
Great care and respect for

the principles of judicial independence
must be exercised in this area.

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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/story/2013/08/17/skn-annual-canadian-bar-meeting-access-to-
justice.html
Canada's top judge slams 'inaccessible justice'
Report calls for more federal funding for civil legal aid, among other reforms
CBC News

Posted: Aug 18, 2013 11:57 AM ET

Last Updated: Aug 18, 2013 10:22 PM ET

Beverly McLachlin, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, says many people give up on the
justice system and 'just swallow their pain and their loss and live with it.' (Fred Chartrand/Canadian
Press)

Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin says the most pressing challenge facing the
administration of justice in this country
is ensuring that Canadians are able to access the system.

McLachlin made the comments at the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) annual meeting in Saskatoon this
weekend.
Delegates at the conference were discussing the merits of several proposed legal reforms, including those
stemming from the results of a new report by the CBA, titled Reaching Equal Justice.

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The 59-page report, which was released Sunday at the conference,

says there is profoundly unequal access to justice in
Canada.
Peoples' lives can be ruined if they can't get access to justice,
McLachlin said Saturday at the conference.
"We know that there are a lot of needs. People just swallow their pain and their loss and live with it, I
guess, in some unsatisfactory way feeling they can't get justice," said McLachlin.
Among other things, the report calls for more federal funding for civil legal aid.
The report says by 2020, all Canadians living at and below the poverty line should be eligible for full
coverage of essential public legal services.

Another goal is to have all law schools in Canada have student legal clinics to help low-income people by
2020.
All 31 targets in the report are expected to be completed by 2030.
Hardest hit are those who can't afford lawyers

"Inaccessible justice costs us all, but visits its harshest consequences on the poorest people in our
communities," the report says.

Its author, Melina Buckley, says one of the biggest concerns is the growing number of people who
represent themselves in civil cases.
Buckley says many people earn just enough money so they don't qualify for legal aid, but they also don't
make enough to pay for a lawyer. Those people often find themselves on their own in court, she says.
The problem is especially pronounced in family law cases.
"They describe that as just being a terrible experience," Buckley said in an interview.
"They find the whole process leading up to it is hugely stressful, has all kind of side effects in terms of
their abilities to continue parenting their kids because they're stressed. Sometimes they lose their jobs or
have to go part-time, all kinds of health and other situations. They tend to get alienated from friends and
families because they become so obsessed by it," she said. "And then quite often they don't have the kind
of outcomes that we would consider just and fair."
Buckley said that also puts more of a burden on the system.
For example, a case that would normally take three days with a lawyer on each side, tends to instead take
10 days, she says.
Association positive about proposed changes
The report identified four priorities in improving access to justice nationally: access to legal services, the
simplification of court processes, family law and prevention, triage and referral.
In each of these areas a working group of CBA legal professionals investigated specific ways of
improving legal access nationally.
"We are contemplating changes to the system to make it more affordable. For example, rule changes. All
of that involves the government ... so the government is an important player," McLachlin said.

Robert Brun, President of The Canadian Bar Association told CBC News on Friday that he is cautiously
optimistic that their recommendations
and the report will not fall on deaf ears when it comes to implementing changes to the current system at
the federal level.

"If people don't have the economic resources to retain lawyers to protect their interests and to get their
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cases before judges to decide them on the facts and law,
then they don't have access to justice,"
Brun said.
Brun says improving citizens' legal agency will help combat problems like over-crowded correctional
facilities, in places such as Saskatchewan and in the North.
The report will be released in full this fall.
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Canadian Bar Association calls for 'quick fix' to 'abysmal' access to justice
Reports demands change to access to legal aid by 2030

By Jennifer Graham, The Canadian Press August 18, 2013

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Access to justice in Canada is being described as"abysmal" in a new report from the Canadian Bar
Association, which also calls for much more than "quick fix" solutions.
Photograph by: Files , Postmedia News
SASKATOON - Access to justice in Canada is being described as "abysmal" in a new report from the
Canadian Bar Association, which also calls for much more than "quick fix" solutions.
The summary report, released Sunday at the association's conference in Saskatoon, says there is
profoundly unequal access to justice in Canada.

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"Inaccessible justice costs us all, but visits its harshest consequences on the poorest people in our
communities," says the report.
Report author Melina Buckley says one of the biggest concerns is the growing number of people who
represent themselves in civil cases.
Buckley says many people earn just enough money so they don't qualify for legal aid, but they also don't
make enough to pay for a lawyer. Those people often find themselves on their own in court, she says.
The problem is especially pronounced in family law cases.
"They describe that as just being a terrible experience," said Buckley in an interview.
"They find the whole process leading up to it is hugely stressful, has all kind of side effects in terms of
their abilities to continue parenting their kids because they're stressed. Sometimes they lose their jobs or
have to go part-time, all kinds of health and other situations. They tend to get alienated from friends and
families because they become so obsessed by it.
"And then quite often they don't have the kind of outcomes that we would consider just and fair."
Buckley says that also puts more of a burden on the system.
For example, a case that would normally take three days with a lawyer on each side, tends to instead take
10 days, she says.
There are also more pressures on court staff who must walk a fine line between helping people with
something like forms and legal advice that they can't provide.
"They have to say 'Look, I'm sorry, that's legal advice. I can't do that.' And of course the person who has
that need doesn't care, they need the answer. And if you can't point them to where they can (get it), it's
obviously very frustrating, very high stress for people working within the courts," said Buckley.
Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin said access to justice is a growing problem
for many Canadians.
Peoples' lives can be ruined if they can't get access to justice, McLachlin said Saturday at the conference.
"We know that there are a lot of needs. People just swallow their pain and their loss and live with it, I
guess, in some unsatisfactory way feeling they can't get justice," said McLachlin.
The full report will be released in the fall, but the 59-page summary released Sunday makes several
recommendations.
Among other things, the report calls for more federal funding for civil legal aid. Buckley says the federal
government can't say how much it contributes to civil legal aid because the amount is included in overall
funding to provinces and the decisions on how to spend the money is made at the provincial level.
The report says by 2020, all Canadians living at and below the poverty line should be eligible for full
coverage of essential public legal services.
Another goal is to have all law schools in Canada have a student legal clinic to help low-income people
by 2020.
All 31 targets are expected to be completed by 2030.
"We think very serious and radical reforms need to be made to the justice system. We think they're all
doable. We call it an ambitious, but possible vision, and we think 17 years is about the right amount of
time," said Buckley.
Change doesn't fall solely on governments or the bar association. The report also says law schools and
other stakeholders must be involved.
Buckley says the creation of an access to justice commissioner could make sure everyone works together.
The report says tinkering with the system won't be enough.
"The civil justice system is too badly broken for a quick fix. People fall between the cracks at an
unacceptable cost.
Injustice is too deeply woven into the system's very structure
for piecemeal reforms to make much of a dent," it says.

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Franky Goes To Court
www.frankygoestocourt.info now www.Docket13.Frank13.com 
Was.com   

6/21/12

To be hand delivered day of first appearance (Was delivered 6/21/12 Now on record)

Crown Attorney
Office of the Crown Attorney
Judicial District of York Region
50 Eagle Street West
Newmarket, On L3Y 6B1

From accused
Frank Gallagher
34 Riverglen Drive
Keswick On
L4P 2P8 Canada
frankly1@rogers.com 

Re: Incident # 12-154994
Reference www.frankygoestocourt.info now www.Docket13.Frank13.com
was.com

I would like to consult with my assigned independent defence lawyer please

52. (1) The Constitution of Canada is the supreme law of Canada, 
and 
any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution 
is, 
to the extent of the inconsistency,

of no force or effect. 
Roles and Responsibilities of the Attorney General
http://www.attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca/english/about/ag/agrole.asp 

Puppet Attorney General

The Attorney General is the chief law officer of the Executive Council. The responsibilities stemming
from this role are unlike those of any other Cabinet member.
The role has been referred to as
"judicial-like" and as the "guardian of the public interest".

It would appear the Attorney General is solely responsible for the illegal Legal System,
However, it is the Legislature and Parliament that issue policy and enact the laws inconsistent with the
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Constitution such as
Law Society Act

RUN
Responsibly Unaccountable Nuances

Attorney General, guardian of the public interest
13. (1) The Attorney General for Ontario shall serve as the guardian of the public interest in all matters
within the scope of this Act or having to do in any way with the practice of law in Ontario or the provision
of legal services in Ontario, and for this purpose he or she may at any time require the production of any
document or thing pertaining to the affairs of the Society. R.S.O. 1990, c. L.8, s. 13 (1); 1998, c. 21, s. 7
(1); 2006, c. 21, Sched. C, s. 13.
Admissions
(2) No admission of any person in any document or thing produced under subsection (1) is admissible in
evidence against that person in any proceedings other than proceedings under this Act. R.S.O. 1990, c.
L.8, s. 13 (2); 1998, c. 21, s. 7 (2).
Protection of Minister
(3) No person who is or has been the Attorney General for Ontario is subject to any proceedings of the
Society or to any penalty imposed under this Act for anything done by him or her while exercising the
functions of such office. R.S.O. 1990, c. L.8, s. 13 (3); 1998, c. 21, s. 7 (3).

The Crown has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible evidence available.

Responsibility for Court Administration (s. 5(c))
A key component of the Attorney General's responsibilities to ensure the administration of justice in the
province is the administration of the courts and as a result the responsibility for maintaining liaison with
the judiciary. Given the fundamental importance of the independence of the judiciary, the responsibility
for courts administration is often a very sensitive and delicate issue.
Great care and respect for the principles of judicial independence must be exercised in this
area.

Ultimately the Attorney General is accountable to the people of the province, through the Legislature, for
decisions relating to criminal prosecutions.
Such accountability can only occur, of course, once the prosecution is completed
or
when a final decision has been made not to prosecute.

Victim
www.cdfji.Frank13.com
As a Victim 6/30/05 Attorney General refused to prosecute and legislature refused to hold him
accountable

****************************************
On 6/21/12 Franky Goes to Court as the 

Accused
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The responsibility is to present the case fairly
- not necessarily to convict.
This is a fundamental precept of criminal law, even if it is not a particularly well-understood concept
among the general public.
One of the Attorney General's responsibilities in fostering public respect for the rule of law, is to assist the
public in understanding the nature and limits of the prosecutorial function.

However any decisions relating to the conduct of individual prosecutions must be the Attorney General's
alone and independent of the traditional Cabinet decision making process.
In practice, in the vast majority of cases, these decisions are made by the Attorney General's agents,

the Crown Attorneys.
An important part of the Crown's - and thus the Attorney General's -
responsibility in conducting criminal prosecutions is associated with
the responsibility
to represent the public interest - which includes not only the community as a whole
and
the victim,
but also

the accused.
The Crown has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible evidence available.

The Attorney General's authority, therefore, is not only to conduct litigation in cases directly affecting the
government or its agencies
but
also to litigate cases where there
is
a clear matter of public interest or public rights at stake.
This has been characterized as a constitutional responsibility to ensure that the public interest
is well and
independently represented.
It may involve interventions in private litigation or Charter challenges to legislation,
even if the arguments conclude that the legislation does contravene constitutionally protected rights.

Copy of Registered Mail to Ontario Attorney General John Gerretsen Attached

"He who is sincere hits what is right, and apprehends without the exercise of thought"

Attorney General administers the Law Society Act

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Tuesday, February 13 2007
Organization: Release: Law Society of Upper Canada
TORONTO, Feb. 12 /CNW/ - The Treasurer of the Law Society of Upper
Canada, Gavin MacKenzie, today expressed the Law Society's continuing concern over the need
for a well-funded and sustainable system of legal aid
in Ontario.
"We believe that the right of vulnerable citizens to legal assistance is an important
component of the administration of justice in a free and democratic society," the Treasurer said.
"Since the Ontario Legal Aid Plan was founded in 1967, the Law Society has recognized that legal aid should be
considered a right, not a charitable gift, and that individuals
are equal before the law
only
if they are assured the option of legal representation."
"More than a million Ontarians benefit from Legal Aid Ontario every year, many of them through our excellent
clinic system", he added. "Legal aid also helps many vulnerable Ontarians with family law, criminal law, workers'
compensation, immigration, landlord-tenant and other legal issues." But there are still many thousands of
individuals in Ontario who cannot afford legal services and do not qualify for support from the system. The income
threshold is far too low - if you earn just over $13,000 a year you are too rich to qualify for legal aid. We are
alarmed by the dramatic increase in the number of people who try to represent themselves in court without the
benefit of legal representation or advice about their rights.
Others simply give up their right to a fair hearing.
For all of these people, access to justice is denied."
What Ontario lawyers perceived in the 1920s, what the Joint Committee expressed in the
1960s, and what many people experience first-hand in Ontario courts every day, is that

individuals are equal before the law only if they are assured
the option of representation by counsel.
In a democratic society, everyone should be able to participate fully in society and
have their rights protected.
Canada has an adversarial justice system that anticipates two roughly equal parties presenting their cases before a
judge in a court of law.
What happens if there is an imbalance of power between the two parties?
When an Ontarian cannot afford to hire a lawyer,
an imbalance of power exists,

especially
when the state is one of the parties,
as in criminal law and child protection cases. Legal aid attempts to correct
this imbalance by providing low-income individuals with legal representation.

The legal aid system contributes to ensuring the potential for equal protection and
benefit of the law for the poor and disadvantaged in our society.
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The following was published on the web

www.4urjustice.com
Legal Associates | Everyone Deserves Equal Justice
We give Everyone Equal Access

Etched above the doors of the US Supreme Court are the words
"Equal Justice Under Law."
It's one of the basic principles of democracy.
Unfortunately,
in reality we receive about as much justice as we can afford.

The wealthiest ten percent can afford to have a lawyer on retainer, and are
accustomed to consulting with one before making decisions. On the other hand,
the bottom ten percent has access to public aid. But what about the rest of

us?
For most people, the idea of calling a lawyer before taking legal action or
making an important decision just isn't an option -- either because we think we
don't need one or because it would simply cost too much.

But there is a solution.

Legal Associates is
currently serving the legal needs of well over one million families for less than a dollar a day!

Content copyright 2009. Legal Associates. All rights reserved.

So I sent them an e-mail
From: Frank Gallagher
[mailto:frankly1@rogers.com]
Sent: October-22-09 2:31 PM

To: 'Jesse Magee'
Subject: RE: Legal Associates | Feldman, Kramer & Monico

Obviously any lawyer is in the business to cash in on the illegal administration and enforcement of
purported to be democratic governments that demands equality and they publicly proclaim it, but do not
enforce it, whereas private sector lawyers are set up to debate the non-debatable permitted by the obvious
criminal frauds as you people admit on your site as I am well aware that a person can buy or rent all the
rights they can afford, with the legal profession profiting from the woes of society that the legal system
responsible to deal with it refuse to do so.

The root of society’s woes is the illegitimate legal system as CanLaw www.canlaw.com a Canadian
national Lawyer referral service states on their front page that the Law Society cannot be trusted as they
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protect their members not the consumer.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/9829583/Can-Law-August-182008
I went on to read more published on their site that gave me the crazy idea that they would help me in
exposing the illegitimate legal system and they confirmed that I was a wild and crazy guy

It is time to change to a legitimate government legal system that protects every individual’s equality
democratic rights internally as financed by the taxpayer to do so.

I am Frank Gallagher Director/Operations Charter Democracy Force Justice Inc. www.cdfji.ca federally
incorporated to “Solicit Victims of Crime for Class Action Suits against Government Personnel” whereas
the majorities are victims 80 percent as you publish.

Having clearly documented corporation organized crime have now disolved Charter Democracy Force
Justice Inc.

We are operating under company name 1 LIFE www.1life.cC and have the site being professionally
developed to sell membership and C-Note certificates for the express purpose to organize the majority
providing them the democratic voice they are entitled to with equality, an entity every individual of the
majority desires but not a probability unless equally supported to ensure the governments consistently
enforce it.

The Law Society is going down and abrupt change is imminent, not having a leg to stand on in an
informed populace.

I am considering attempting to bring a Law Firm on side with us though seemingly a venture into futility
but “nothing ventured, nothing gained”.

I provide you the opportunity to scrutinize my sites for consideration and eagerly await your response,
though well aware of the depth of thought required to do an about face and the length of time it will take
to study the evidence to be coherent to the validity and firmness of the rationale that can only conclude
with the collapse of the present government legal systems once the public become informed.

Please acknowledge receipt and your intention whether or not to consider

Thank you

Frank

I published on my Scribd site and not long after poof their web site was gone

Not much longer "Double Poof" the document along with 250 others on my Scribd site were gone

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Received Registered Mail 6/13/12 ­ Request Attorney General assign my Legal Representative

6/8/12 6/11/12 Sent Registered Mail ... Received 6/12/12

http://www.attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca/english/contact.asp
Contact on Line 6/8/12 /12 Aprox. 7:40 PM

Attorney General
John Gerretsen
Ministry of the Attorney General
McMurtry-Scott Building
720 Bay Street, 11th Floor
Toronto, ON
M7A 2S9
attorneygeneral@ontario.ca

From accused
Frank Gallagher
34 Riverglen Drive
Keswick Ont
L4P 2P8
frankly1@rogers.com

Re: Incident # 12-154994
Reference www.frankygoestocourt.com >>>> www.frankygoestocourt.info

Dear John

I would like to consult with my assigned independent defense lawyer please

15. (1) Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and
equal benefit of the law

without discrimination
and, in particular,

without discrimination
based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability.

An important part of the Crown's - and thus the Attorney General's -
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responsibility in conducting criminal prosecutions is associated with the responsibility to represent the
public interest - which includes
not only the community as a whole and the victim,

but also the accused.
The Crown has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible evidence available.

Legal Aid Illegal
Ipso Facto Prima Facia Evidence Exposed

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http://www.scribd.com/doc/113882977/Spirit-Intent-Precence-de-Jure-Constitution-or-Romans-13-
Gaming-the-System-de-Facto

Section VI: A FRAMEWORK FOR EVALUATION

I. THE RATIONALES FOR THE IDEAL OF ACCESS TO JUSTICE

In evaluating the current condition and performance of the legal aid system in Ontario and how well equipped it is
to face future challenges in the years ahead, it is obviously important, and indeed necessary, to have a clear focus on
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some broad normative reference points or benchmarks against which both the performance and potential of the
system can be evaluated. This was squarely recognized in the McCamus Report 1 in 1997, and in important
background research that the McCamus Task Force commissioned. 2 I here set out briefly what I view as the most
compelling normative justifications for an obligation on the state to ensure access to justice.
a) Access to Justice and the Rule of Law
The first and most important rationale for viewing access to justice as an important ideal is based on the close
relationship of access to justice to the rule of law.
The development of democratic societies has been accompanied by the adoption of the notion of the rule of law -
the replacement of rule by arbitrary measures or by unchecked discretion with rule by law. While the content of the
rule of law has been subject to much debate over the years, 3 even minimalist conceptions of the rule of law
espouse as central the notions of "natural justice" or due process as these concepts are widely understood. If the rule
of law is considered to be based on laws that are knowable and consistently enforced such that individuals are able
to avail themselves of the law, then individuals must have the tools to access the systems that administer those laws.
Thomas Hobbes argued that the rule of law must satisfy an obligation which Professor David Dyzenhaus has called
the "publicity condition". This means that individuals, in committing their obedience to the sovereign's rule, are
promised the protections and benefits of law. Dyzenhaus argues that the publicity condition is not so much an
external limit on the sovereign's legal power, but what the sovereign has to do in order to exercise power through
law. Dyzenhaus argues further that part of the obligation that attaches to the rule of law, especially as that law
becomes more complex (as many of our laws have, including criminal law, family law, immigration law, and social
assistance law) is for the government to provide the resources so that people can not only know the law,
but also gain access to it.
This publicity condition obviously does not imply that the state is under an obligation to ensure that every
individual has a grasp of its entire set of laws. Actual knowledge of the law is not considered a right under even the
most progressive liberal theory, so long as every person has an opportunity to know the law. This means that when
individuals are unable to understand the law and its impact and are unable to exercise effectively their rights and
responsibilities under the law,

the state has an obligation
to ensure that

they have the resources to do so .

http://www.scribd.com/doc/149878237/They-of-the-Material-World-Cannot-Touch-the-Spirit-of-the-Law-
as-It-Is
WW III
Worldly Wise Invisible Invincible Inalienable

http://www.scribd.com/doc/148685029/When-the-Queen-is-Tried-and-Found-to-Be-Criminal-What-Are-
Her-Representatives

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Whereas Canada is founded on principles that recognize the
Supremacy of God and the Rule of Law

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The following was extracted from the Law Society of Upper Canada ­ Lawyers Pro Conduct
103) Interpretation
(f) rules of professional conduct
 cannot address every situation, 
and a lawyer should observe
 the rules in the spirit as well as in the letter.

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Policy not Constitution reform!!!
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Fiduciary Responsibly Accountable Nefarious Kink
Truths Holistic Interactive Retrospect Transcendental Electromagnetism Enslavers Nemesis

The Queen signed the Constitution ceding to the
Supremacy of God identifying the spirit to be administered and maintained to the legal certainty of the
SOS
Sanctity of Spirit

Facts must have root 2 take root God coherency "Catch 22" must have semblance 2 catch doG chase tail

The Spirit cut to the chase cutting edge

http://www.scribd.com/doc/113882977/Spirit-Intent-Precedence-de-Jure-
Constitution-or-Romans-13-Gaming-the-System-de-Facto

WW III
underway

20/20 X 2020
Just a wee bit too late eh

http://hup-fwd.com

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